This skillfully remodeled, urban home sits on large lot in the center of the most desired zip code in central Austin, Texas. The bungalow has three bedrooms, two bathrooms and a separate casita with a full bath.
Hand-scraped mesquite flooring creates a warm, welcoming atmosphere upon entering the home's Mediterranean-style foyer. A staircase with an ornate wrought iron railing curves up the side of the room, drawing the eye up to the grand two-story ceiling.
Two Adirondack chairs are positioned toward the gorgeous lake view from this balcony, another one of the home's impressive outdoor living areas. Stately columns and a wrought iron railing keep with the home's Mediterranean design.
This covered patio — one of the home's many outdoor living areas — overlooks a breathtaking view of the infinity pool and lake beyond. Cozy cushioned seating ensures the space is fit for long nights of relaxation and conversation.
This two-story modern home located in Austin, TX, features three bedrooms, three baths, and gorgeous floor-to-ceiling windows throughout the space. Contemporary designs are seen both inside and outside the home, like the contemporary style privacy fence with cactus landscaping.
The lengthy galley kitchen in this modern, Austin home is designed using light oak and calming gray tones. Small, mosaic tiles pattern the backsplash behind the stainless steel range and marble countertop.
This urban oasis home found in Austin, TX, features three total bedrooms, with this one stationed on the corner of the home. The carpeted bedroom offers a modern light fixture, white walls and a blue accent rug, while the bed is flanked by two large windows.
Agate, geodes and the fun addition of porcupine quills add an unexpected flourish to this tablescape featuring echeveria, tillandsia and cactus. “This is a simple design to try at home,” says Sara Fried of Fete Nashville: Luxury Weddings, a wedding and event planning firm. “Unlike many high-end tablescapes, succulents and cacti can be a fool-proof design option. They arrive with personality.”
“I love when a client chooses to about-face from the traditional and opt for succulent tablescapes,” says Fried. “I’m beginning to see a shift with what was once a minimalist look into fully-designed, color-driven pieces packed with design elements that span geode, quills, feathers, stone, and wood. It’s striking in a way that floral often can’t provide.”
The crisp, white galley kitchen in this Austin, TX, home features a sleek marble-topped island with maximum storage. The stacked oven and warming drawer is surrounded by white oak cabinetry that leads over to the gas range and hood.