Designer Patrice Rios of Sige&Honey specializes in customizing shipping containers. Her first foray involved adding a shipping container office to her backyard in Austin. But she’s become associated with building a duplex elsewhere in the city that contains two containers behind it. The duplex itself is designed to look like a container (pictured), complete with a boxy shape and floor-to-ceiling windows.
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.
“Blue is always a crowd-pleaser. This particular shade may be dark and moody, but there are bright undertones, so it’s more exciting than classic navy. Paired with metallic accents, it’s extra dramatic.” — Michelle Thomas, Michelle Thomas Design, Austin, TX
This urban oasis in Austin, TX, features three bedrooms. The neutral-tone in this bedroom offers up a stunning view with floor-to-ceiling windows to the outdoor patio, a four-post bed with modern sofa, and a connected bathroom suite.
Modern design flows from room to room in this Austin, TX urban oasis. This single vanity bath offers plenty of patterned tile, a marble-topped single vanity, and complimentary colors found throughout the home with gray, creamy white and dark brown accents.
Autohaus, in Austin, TX, is a combination residence and car collectors’ garage that features compact living quarters, an open area for gatherings and automobile calibration/display. Shown here, an upstairs space looks down into the garage, which also features a large Ferrari portrait.
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.
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.
A square window lets in natural light as guests walk up the chocolate-toned, wooden stair case of this urban space in Austin, TX. Dark wooden interior panels give the stairs a modern flair, with contrasting creamy tones giving the space an airy and open feel.
This 1600-square-foot home in East Austin, TX combines gray wood siding with a medium brown stained wood to create a contemporary exterior. A blend of natural stone and mulch provide groundcover, while long horizontal windows show off a sneak peek of the home's interior design.
A tufted leather couch anchors the airy living space in this Austin, TX home. Dark espresso accents combine with cream-colored walls to define the open concept space as a place of relaxation, while the large floor-to-ceiling windows let in beautiful views of the outdoors.
The master bathroom in this Austin, TX home features gratifying gray and white tones, giving it a modern look that's inviting and sleek. The white powder vanity is opposite of the main bathroom vanity, while a contemporary soaking tub sits in the glassed-in shower with chevron patterned tiles.
This 1600-square-foot home exterior in Austin, TX features brown and gray wood, blending simple materials and lines to created a sophisticated look. The house was designed around a courtyard in order to create an interior/exterior relationship and privacy at the same time. Stone groundcover lines the walkway.
This open concept, urban home in Austin, TX, offers more seating for guests in this bonus living space. With ceiling fans above and plenty of comfortable seating below, take in all the views of the outdoors, or seclude yourself from the dining area with the hidden pocket door.
High ceilings and modern, white tones make the galley kitchen in this Austin, TX urban home a place for gathering. With lots of recessed lighting, plenty of white oak cabinets for storage and a large marble island, guests won't have any trouble moving around the space preparing for a dinner party.