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For new homeowners in North Central San Antonio, it was a giant step — their first custom build. They wanted a timeless, classic look with clean, contemporary lines, a sleek yet comfortable interior and a place to spend the rest of their lives.
Building a home has been a life-long dream for Austin-based couple Jonathan and Leslie Moore. Leslie, who grew up in St. Louis, always loved the spacious homes protected by secluded wooded lots situated a stone’s throw from the conveniences of town.
Looking for small town Texas charm that boasts a singular past with an eye toward the future? Cuero features a growing downtown historic district whose centerpiece is an award-winning museum that gives a glimpse of life on the storied Chisholm Trail.
Everything old is new again and design, like style, can be cyclical.
When Jeannie and Hunt Cairns decided their 1970’s home needed a facelift, they knew they would face a lengthy, intensive remodel process before the outdated home could meet the needs of their busy family. The Cairns brought in architect Dianne Kett of DK Studio in Austin to assess the property and come up with viable solutions.
Countertops, backsplashes, walls, tub surrounds — if there’s not natural or engineered stone materials in your kitchen or bath, you’re ready for an update — and there’s no better time than now.
It’s hard to determine what Eero Saarinen is most famous for: his architectural designs of the Washington Dulles Airport, the TWA Flight Center at JFK or the Gateway Arch in St. Louis. Or the Saarinen table.
An active family relocating from Chicago to Texas was looking for a fresh change for their custom new build in the capital city. With an emphasis on light and space, their two-story contemporary home a few miles outside of Austin was a real winner — thanks to a beautifully coordinated team effort.
Described at vibrant yet mellow, nurturing and spirited, the duality of Pantone’s Color of the Year 2019 is evident, and the bright and energizing Living Coral is hard to resist.
A typical 90's era bathroom was in dire need of updating. Stephanie Swedlund tells us how she does it in this month's Design Board.
When a well-traveled urban couple decided that their second home would be in the Texas Hill Country, they chose a country-style abode where they could celebrate their unabashed passion for color inspired by contemporary art.