Crystal L. Reeves, ASID, RID

School: Texas State University
Company: CLR Design Services, Inc.
Houston, TX 77084-6710
Phone: (713) 269-4505

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Designer Profile

Crystal Reeves, ASID, RID has been in the interior design industry for 15+ years, is a Texas Registered Interior Designer and Past President of American Society of Interior Designers - Texas Gulf Coast Chapter. She also has a bachelor's degree with honors in interior design at Texas State University at San Marcos.

Services Offered

"Authenticity". That's what CLR Design Services, Inc. is all about. We partner with our clients during the design process to ensure their personality shines through design and have a blast doing it. After all, if you can't have fun...what's the point? Our services range from making a few paint selections to working on remodels and new construction with an architect/builder on layouts, cabinet design, tile design, lighting design/selection and much more. We've even gone so far on larger projects as to select dishes and blenders! We can do as little or as much as the project allows - it's totally up to you.

Awards & Publications

ASID Award Winner for Best Adaptive Reuse and Renovation. Published in Texas Home & Living, Houston Design Resources, Houston House & Home.

What started as half abandoned grocery store and half 1980's travel agency, soon became a stunning award winning Texas Chic hometown bank.  Photos by Miro Dvorscak
The style is ‘resort glam,’ with soft hints of blue/green embracing white and silver accents.
Lighting is a HUGE component of the space. There are Edison bulbs in the sconces, incandescent candelabra bulbs in the chandelier, and LED lights in the niches. The softness of the Edison and incandescent give off a relaxing vibe.  Photos by Miro Dvorscak
This Niche wall was originally one solid piece of mirror that covered the entire wall...yuck!  I designed the niches and had the builder frame them out and add LED lights.  A combination of white and silver wallcovering was the perfect background.  For decor, I didn’t want it to go over the top but wanted to complement the glass/polished nickel by adding some natural elements, such as the cedar skirt on the mannequin and Ball jar arrangements, both of which I created. By adding the painted wood sticks and bird seed in the inner jar, it shows off the shape of the inner jar. I also created the frame arrangements with the idea that the client can change out the “winter” type items as the seasons change.
Photography by: Miro Dvorskak
The Samuel May Williams House was originally built in 1839.  A small powder room was transformed into a spacious getaway for the newly renovated Master Bedroom. Custom shoji screens visually separate sink/toilet area from bathing area. Sink is from Galveston Historical Foundation and was refinished on site. Sink skirt is of textured cotton and has diamond buttons at the corners and center. Galbraith and Paul fabric is featured on the draperies and silver water gilded sconces compliment free-hanging mirror from ID Collection. Photography by Miro Dvorscak.
Wall design is an interpretation of an MDC Wallpaper - color changed and blown up about 20x. Custom valance made to disguise uneven ceiling and stacked stone added to fireplace to jazz it up. Photos by Hallway 2 Marketing.