A spacious walk-in closet off the guest bathroom was painted the same shade of evergreen used for the ceiling stripes of the adjacent guest bedroom, with a three-light flush mount light fixture in an old bronze finish providing illumination from above.
Entertaining was the homeowners' main focus when discussing their redesigned home, so designers made sure to create spaces that fit the homeowners' social lifestyle. The kitchen is no exception. Plenty of counter space above the lower cabinets and on the large kitchen island makes food prep and serving a breeze, while plenty of cabinet space means that storage is not an issue. With entry points to the outdoor spaces as well as the newly created built-in bar connecting the kitchen to the living room, this room is the central hub for the couple's entertainment focused home-no matter which space in which they choose to meet their guests.
On one side of the shower is plenty of space to get ready in the morning. These cabinets and countertops provide the perfect place to carry out your morning routine, while the other side of the shower contains the toilet. Glass doors allow both sides of the room access to the shower, so no matter where you are in the space, you can always enter.
The front of this elegant, modern house is made of mostly glass so that the homeowner can enjoy the view of the Hill Country that their home overlooks. Exterior lighting and a large patio with steps make the home's access to its hilly surroundings much easier to navigate, further connecting this home with its beautiful environment.
By removing the low-hanging cabinets, this renovated kitchen opens up to an island with a casual eating area, creating additional food preparation space and storage. The kitchen island features royal blue painted stools and three copper pendant lights. The open nature of the kitchen and living room spaces allows for easy transition between the rooms.