For this project, the clients came to our Austin interior design firm because they were inspired by one of our previous designs. They had a clear vision (and excellent taste), making it a dream collaboration from the start.
Functionally, the home had great bones but lacked flow. An unfinished primary suite left the owners no proper place to relax and unwind. Our team created a more functional floor plan for the ample living space. We then moved on to uniting the once-disjointed home with unifying materials and finishes that reflected the client’s modern style.
At the front of the house, we created an entry and library with custom built-in white oak cabinetry. A new center volume was built to divide the living and dining rooms while housing a television and bar. We redesigned the stairs to create the more open, modern look our client wanted. The concrete floors were refinished to show more aggregate, creating a natural terrazzo feel. Custom sofas mixed with unique vintage pieces and large textural area rugs further defined the space. Art commissioned from local artists and a rare vintage tapestry brought it all together. We had some fun in the powder room with a large-scale mural commissioned by a local artist.
We continued white oak through the kitchen cabinetry accented with brass hardware, Mountain Danby marble countertops, and handmade textural backsplash tiles. Similar materials were used in the upstairs primary suite to create a cohesive feel throughout the home. A custom white oak vanity with a soapstone countertop, handmade shower tile, and warm caramel brown floor tile unified the two floors.
This home was featured in the Tribeza Interiors Tour 2020.