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Assisted Living Houston Community Redecorates Its Dining Room

Posted by Lisa Witt on Mar 15, 2017 8:10:00 AM

Assisted Living Houston Community Its Redecorates Dining Room

Treemont Retirement Community is Houston’s “Retirement Tradition” being the first senior living community of its kind in Houston developed about 40 years ago. It is a testimony to the long-tenured, caring staffthat fosters a cozy atmosphere that this continuing care retirement community (CCRC) has served multiple generations of Houstonians.Treemont has been getting an update in recent years, starting with the renovation of Building A and now moving to a complete remodel of the Treemont Dining Room.Treemont_dining_room_redecorated_assisted_living_Houston_community.jpg

The remodel has been guided by Casey Brand of Cassandra Brand Interiors. The original classic brass chandeliers were refurbished by sanding and repainting them from silver to a beautiful bronze color. Plus new LED energy-saving lights were installed to give the dining room a special glow. To the delight of residents, the dining room was painted in a warm gray Oyster White with a Westhighland White and Jogging Path trim and with accented colors for the molding. The classic walnut wood chairs have been sanded, refurbished and reupholstered in a blue color to match the new color design. A key enhancement was the installation of a wood floor that Dining Linens_assisted_living_houston_web.jpggives the dining room a “country club” feel. The final step is the purchase of new linens for the tables that will match the overall room decor.

“I am delighted with the new dining room and pleased that management continues to enhance the community. Treemont is a wonderful place to live and the new dining room remodel makes for a more enjoyable ambiance!” says resident Margaret Sojka.

We encourage the community to visit and see for oneself the transformed Treemont Dining Room. Call Lupe or Linda at 713-783-6820 to schedule a lunch and a tour.Treemont is located in the Memorial area, about 4 miles west of the Galleria near Westheimer and Gessner. 

The benefit of moving to a senior living in Houston community is the opportunity to be pampered a bit. This includes meals, housekeeping, entertainment, socialization and comaderie with one’s peers. In one's Golden Years, it’s big benefit to have entertainment as an integral part of the week. See if your Houston retirement home provides top entertainment. This is another question to ask your leasing agent when you tour your next assisted living in Houston, TX community. Click to learn more about The Top Ten Reasons Seniors Should Get Settled Now in a Houston retirement communities.  

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