Category Archive: Design



WAG In The News

Houston Chronicle: Apartment developers using art to entice renters

  The Houston Chronicle’s Molly Glentzer, staff art critic, recently interviewed Weingarten Art Group’s Principal Lea Weingarten about the increased appetite for personal, non-generic experiences in private and work spaces by including art as an amenity. This has emerged as a critical tool in new real estate developments. WAG is at the forefront of this…

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WAG Art and Design

On Condo Life: Our Guide to Curate Your Condo

This original feature by WAG firm principal Lea Weingarten originally appeared in Condo Life, a publication highlighting luxe living in Houston’s inner loop.  Moving from home to condo living is no small feat both practically and emotionally. Many of our clients have transitioned through this downsizing process and engage us to create a meaningful relationship among…

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WAG Your Wall

Bringing energy into a bright but empty space through the perfect piece

Where we started: Our client, a couple referred to us by a high-profile design professional, had recently begun augmenting their personal collection with well-recognized museum acquisitions. They are drawn to artists with a high-color, high-impact style and designed their new-built home in the Memorial area to provide a neutral contrast on which to display their…

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WAG Your Wall

From figurative art to abstraction, one client’s journey is teeming with bold colors and contemporary landscapes

Where we started: Residing in Houston, Texas’ established River Oaks neighborhood, our client had not redecorated their home in two decades. With their children nearing college age, the timing was perfect to renovate, to consider their art collection and to make it a significant component of their lifestyle. For this couple, art was the focus….

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