The meticulously renovated property includes four floors, seven bedrooms and baths all served by an elevator. Natural light and beautiful light fixtures show off the home's original details and beautiful antique furniture.
This bridge connects both sides of the house with a glass balcony railing and a view to the living and dining room areas below. The windows overlook Texas Hill Country, and the vaulted ceilings give the space an an airy, open feel. The glass balcony railing provides a contemporary contrast to the more traditional design elements of the house.
Thin black trim and windows on all sides make walking upstairs feel like floating through air, blurring the lines between the home's interior and exterior. Face the front of the hall and enjoy a clear line of sight straight to the water.
The Nesbitts have taken full advantage of this bright, long hallway leading from the living space to the master suite by using the space to display family photos. Globe lights enunciate the tall ceilings and look dramatic against the backdrop of the wooden ceiling.
A built-in bookshelf is artfully decorated with books and pretty accessories, while an adjacent closet provides hidden storage. Dark hardwood floors contrast against the bright white walls of the hallway.
Making the most of a little nook in the hallway, floating shelves are hung to display favorite books and art. A planter of grass adds a life to the space, while a blue vase on the floor brings in a touch of color.
Rorschach prints hang above a Lucite console table in this contemporary hallway, adding a touch of color to the chic space. The predominant use of white gives the vignette a clean and simple aesthetic.