• 713.526.7332
  • 1751 Post Oak Boulevard
  • Houston, Texas 77056-3801
  • M-F 10 a.m. - 6 p.m.
  • Saturday 9:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.
  • Closed Sunday

About Us

Meredith O'Donnell Fine Furniture is pleased to offer a variety of products and services for your home and office furnishing needs. Our licensed and degreed interior design and sales staff can assist as personal shoppers, researching and finding the best solutions for your interiors. From floor plans to window treatments, upholstery to accessories, you will find that our staff is dedicated to assisting you at the highest level. To inquire about these service please call 713.526.7332 . If you are working with an independent designer please note that "Trade is Welcome." We keep in store and off site inventory available for quick installations and are happy to assist with custom and special orders.

There's No Such Thing as Too Much Style.

Meredith O'Donnell -- the name in Houston brings to mind the finest of home furnishings. New designs from venerable old American factories, such as Baker, Henkel-Harris, Stickley and Hickory Chair are shown on the store floor. Collectors wait eagerly for the containers of hand-inlaid traditional Italian furniture. Modern designs by Barbara Barry, Jacques Garcia, Thomas Pheasant, Thomas O'Brien, McGuire, and others are stocked for immediate delivery.

Meredith O'Donnell Fine Furniture, Accessories & Rugs began as a fine furniture store but evolved in to a full service design firm. It was originally located at Kirby Drive and West Alabama, In 2012, the store was relocated to a new, much larger facility between the Galleria and Uptown on Post Oak Boulevard. It continues to fill a unique niche for people looking for just the right pieces of furniture for their homes.

According to Meredith O'Donnell, "We are an open-to-the-public retail store, but have always been an important resource for independent interior designers in Texas. Customers find that we carry items they cannot find elsewhere." The store features formal traditional and contemporary collections, as well as casual European, eclectic, and somewhat less expensive products. Everything is considered "best of a category", whether a bespoke English cabinet or a little modern breakfast room chair. In addition, many one-of-a-kind decorated pieces and an ever changing assortment of hand-knotted rugs complete the displays.

As wonderful as they are, the items in the store are not intended to be museum pieces. "Well-constructed furnishings are meant to be used and loved by the owner," says Meredith. "This does not mean they have to be the most expensive. We are a high-end store, but our selection is broad and constantly changes."