Different materials and texture give this house a special feel. Contemporary and some industrial touches in the interior make it really stand out in the neighborhood! The whole house is facing the interior courtyard giving privacy from the outside and integration between most of the rooms.
This stylish kitchen features sleek taupe cabinets paired with white countertops and a brown mosaic tile backsplash. Reclaimed wood stools are positioned at the island, providing the perfect spot for casual dining. Glass pendant lights illuminate the space.
This dining table brings a gorgeous element of warmth to the cool, bright white design of this open living space. Sage green velvet covers the back rests and seats of the dining chairs for a touch of color. A simple plant centerpiece adds a natural element to the room under the glow of a petaled light fixture.
In this modern bathroom, designers created visual interest in the space by adding storage. A tall cabinet bisects the two sinks in the space, providing additional storage for the homeowners. Another aspect of the room that creates visual interest is the three dimensional tile backsplash. This addition gives texture to the space, and inserts personality into this clean, modern en suite.
Natural light and light neutral tones give this open floor plan an even grander, spacious look. Warm, red-toned stairs stand out against the beige walls and gray marble floor. A brown leather chaise creates a seating area over a black and white graphic rug. The space moves to the kitchen entry featuring a brick-based bar with cream leather barstools.
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High ceilings and an all-over neutral wall color give this open plan kitchen a light, spacious feel throughout. A gray kitchen island with a granite countertop provides ample space for storage and food preparation, while a glass dining table with black leather chairs creates the perfect eat-in dining area.
This home is situated on a piece of land with a steep slope, making the large lot difficult to utilize, so architect and designer Luciana Corwin created multiple decks from the master bedroom, living room and second bedroom. The back side of the home features a multitude of windows, taking advantage of the breathtaking view.
To create this eclectic home, designers integrated the Austin outdoor lifestyle with casual, nice living. This spacious common area has high ceilings and added windows that allow in plenty of natural light and create a bright, open space. Off to the side, the sliding glass door opens onto the renovated back patio.
The kitchen bar comes to a stop to leave open floor space and connect the room to the rest of the open living space. Shelves at the end of the counter add open storage to the white kitchen cabinetry. Blue pendant light bulb covers add a touch of color to the room.
Multiple sources of light in this great room allow different ambiances and moods to be created. Beautiful wood floors offer an overall sense of warmth, and dark kitchen cabinets provide striking contrast.