Bomar Residence: Han Dang’s Elegant Houston Home

The Bomar Residence, designed by Very Handsome Studio, showcases Han Dang’s personal home in Houston’s Midtown. This modern minimalist transformation features lighting by Lumen and Visual Comfort, with furnishings from Design Within Reach, creating an elegant, pet-friendly home.

Spacious living room with arched windows, modern light fixture, and hardwood floors.
Elegant open-plan living space with white sphere lighting fixtures, wooden table, and arched windows.
Minimalist open-concept living area with white pendant lights, wooden dining table, and stairs.
Spacious modern dining area with arched windows, statement light fixtures, and wood furnishings.
Elegant staircase with ornate metal railing and pendant lighting in modern interior.
Well-designed staircase with dark wood treads and wrought-iron railings, complemented by a potted plant and minimalist decor.
A spacious, modern bathroom with clean white tiled floors and a vanity with dual mirrors.
Sleek, white double vanity with mirrors, decorative wall accents, and a black stool - a modern bathroom design.

About Bomar Residence

A Calming Transformation

Soft, calming, and minimalist aesthetics define interior designer Han Dang’s home in Houston’s Midtown area. Han, the co-founder of Very Handsome Studio, spent six months transforming her three-bedroom, three-and-a-half-bath residence. She gave it a modern, yet minimalist facelift.

Upgraded Finishes and Lighting

Han replaced outdated finishes with lighting from Lumen and Visual Comfort. She added modern furnishings from Design Within Reach and custom upholstery by Pillow Punk.

Contrasting Elements

Newly stained dark wood floors now contrast with light furniture and subtle paint throughout the home. This combination creates a perfect space to unwind and relax.

Pet-Friendly Design

Han’s British Shorthair cat, Momo, loves curling up on the Rove Concept sofa. Cleanable and scratch-resistant materials ensure the home is both stylish and practical.

Photography courtesy of Very Handsome Studio

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- by Matt Watts