HGTV designer Patrice Rios

Custom Design + Interiors

Persevering, Persistent, Proud, Patrice Rios is an award winning interior designer with an in depth understanding of the ever changing world of modern and contemporary design. After receiving a Masters of Architecture degree from the University of Detroit Mercy, Patrice began her career with international design group located in Los Angeles at the age of 21. Two short years later, Patrice accepted a senior designing position designing luxury hotels in Shanghai China. This experience allowed for creative growth and understanding of architecture development. Just one short year later, Patrice started her company Troo Design with 3 other partners in the expanding market place Austin Texas. Troo Design’s bathroom and kitchen showroom is highly rated for their understanding and drive to deliver a functional, yet artistic appeal to all clients. Patrice's talent led  her to participate as a re-occurring design consultant for HGTV’s “Buying and Selling” with the Property Brothers.  In 2015, Patrice started Sige and Honey, taking shipping containers and converting them into livable, affordable, modern homes. Because of the creativity and overall understanding of the growing marketplace, Sige and Honey allowed Patrice to become featured on HGTV’s new show “Container Homes” as an interior designer bringing recognition and appraisal to the new company. The combined success of both “Troo Design” and “Sige and Honey” led Patrice to be featured on KVUE news twice and both company’s being featured in the highly reputable “Austin Home Magazine” 2016 winter issue. Patrice Rios’s understanding of kitchen, bath, and interior design allow her to have a distinguished yet fresh view on the changing world of design.

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Patrice has been featured in magazines, blogs and books from all over the world. Here are a few for you to read!

Texas Hill Country - This Austin Company is Refurbishing Shipping Containers into Quaint Additions

After Patrice Rios, owner of Sige and Honey, completed the first few shipping containers, she knew she was onto something incredible.Her design company, Sige and Honey, focuses on creating custom designs via shipping containers to help clients expand their homes and lives with ease. Right on trend with the new tiny house craze, these beautiful shipping containers turn into something so incredible, you never would know what they began as.

HGTV  Modern country container home

Season 1, Episode 1

In Mineral Point Wisconsin, Andy and Jackie Spoor have dreams of a big house that mixes country with contemporary. They want a designer home without spending a fortune and shipping containers could be the answer. In Austin Texas, Designer Patrice Rios is looking for a home that reflects her funky aesthetic. She transforms a single container into a dream work space.

HGTV Container Home Episode uses BamDeck® Composite

Interior designer Patrice Rios has long dreamed of having her own backyard retreat — a workspace where she can relax, think, design, and create. In this episode of Container Homes by HGTV, the team chooses 3G Caramel BamDeck® as a foundation for realizing the designer’s dreams, which contrasts perfectly with the deep blue of the container for a soothing backyard escape.

Smallerliving.org Tour a spacious container home that truly has it all, including a very sophisticated bathroom

In Austin, Texas, Patrice Nichole Rios, owner of Troo Designs - a company specialized in kitchen and bathroom design, and Sige&Honey has merged her two companies together to create what she calls her “reclaimed modern architecture” concept: A sophisticated, polished and timeless look.

TRIBEZA Interiors Tour 2017 and Tribeza magazine January 2017

The shipping containers in the backyard of this property influenced the traditional architecture of the main house: the home is designed to impart the idea of stacked containers. Patrice Rios of Troo Designs summed up the living stage she sought to set: “My goal was to give the new home-owners a place to be at peace. The large windows bring in a ton of natural light, so the entire home and containers feel light and airy, peaceful and energetic.” Throughout the house a balance of reclaimed and industrial is achieved, along with the use of particularly interesting mix of textures like brick floors, wood tile walls, geometric glass tile, hand painted cement tile. Troo Designs typically uses steel in her projects and mixes that with reclaimed woods, cement tiles with punches of color, super white walls and brass cabinet hardware.

Austin Home Magazine - Container Addition

A local designer isn’t shipping around with her latest project: a modern East Austin duplex that stylishly reuses two shipping containers for extra space

"Property Brothers - Buying + Selling" 6 Episodes (2012) 

Working with HGTV’s Property Brothers – designing 6 homes in one season of ‘Buying and Selling’

 

Dwell - Ship Shape: An Austin Home With a Shipping Container Addition Asks $499K