02 December 2010

Austin Design: Better and Best

 

 

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Dreamy Austin living, in town, on Lake Austin.  And no, that’s not the house – it’s just the boat house.

 

When the high tech industry landed in Austin, bringing with it untold wealth, the architecture of Austin changed drastically.   The town’s official motto “Keep Austin Weird” barely applied anymore to the neighborhoods overlooking the numerous lakes in the area.  Once,  Austin’s neighborhoods were a mix of cottages and bungalows, along with bigger,  more traditional houses; while the houses on the lakes tended to be soft contemporary or mid century modern mixed in with Willie Nelson ranch.   With the new influx of a young and wealthy population, huge monstrosities starting appearing in the hills overlooking the beautiful Lakes Austin, Travis and Town  (or rather Lady Bird Lake – I’ll never get used to calling it that.)   The Barton Creek area was hit especially hard by the massive faux- half Tuscany, half Texian mansions, along with faux Versailles.   For sure, there is some great modern architecture coming out of Austin, helped fueled by the University of Texas School of Architecture.   It is cutting edge contemporary and many of these custom homes are also lessons in  green living, of course.   The dreaded Austin faux mansion is not those works of art.   Instead the dreaded faux mansion is all Texas limestone and dark iron sconces and columns and arches and huge wine rooms and exercise rooms and 12 car garages and gift wrapping rooms.  It’s pure indulgence.   If you’ve got it flaunt it.   

 

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Faux French – The bigger the better, right?

 

I miss the old Austin with its quirky student housing, cozy bungalows that we all rented while attending UT.   Some of the cutest places I’ve lived in were in Austin.   There was a small apartment complex with shutters for doors and Mexican tiled floors with a fireplace and cypress wood paneling.   Then there was a tiny cottage with one bedroom and a huge ancient stove, no garage, but instead a darling garden out back.   That house has since been torn down, what a shame.     Once, for a short time, there was a quasi modern duplex, with a slanted roofline.    Today students live in fancy condos and fake lofts that have sprung up everywhere.   While wading through Austin real estate brochures, it’s hard to find much that appeals, money being no issue in this pretend game.  For sure if you have 10 children, there’s plenty available, but I doubt that any of those houses ever fill up their numerous bedrooms.   Prices are crazy.  Try to find a bungalow or 50s ranch for under $600,000.  Slim pickings.   The lake houses seem to start at $1,000,000 regardless of its condition or desirability.

 

 

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Stunning.  This is a cliff house – built separately from the main house just to take in the magnificent view over Lake Austin.   Some of Austin’s new contemporary architecture is incredible. 

 

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Many houses are refurbished since the land costs have skyrocketed.  Here,  mid century is brought up to date for today. 

 

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New architecture can still be charming without going Disney World.  Combining the Texas Ranch look with contemporary.    Beautiful!

 

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Even excess can be gorgeous.   Overlooking Lake Austin through stone columns, this porch sits under an iron and wood pergola, next to a row of steel doors.  It might be one of the prettiest in recent memory. 

 

 

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But, I miss quirky Austin.   It’s still there, just harder to find.  This house located in the first fire station built in Austin is the antithesis of the porch shown above.   On game day, I’ll bet this gravel yard is filled with Lone Star beer drinkers all dressed in burnt orange waiting to walk over to the stadium.  Hook ‘em!  Or, maybe, they hate football, and just sit around listening to a friend play the guitar.  The car is too cute.

 

 

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New Austin Architecture:   Is it Tuscany?   Or is it a ranch?  The lines are being blurred all over the city.

 

 

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For decorating, one of my favorites in Austin is Shabby Slips.  The small store was started by the Houston shop of the same name, but ownership is different.

 

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I always stop by whenever I’m in Austin.  The shop is small, but filled with wonderful furniture, new and old.  Their slipcovers are the best there are.  The Austin shop is owned by interior designer Sara Scaglione.  In case her name sounds familiar,  she designed one of the prettier houses shown in House Beautiful last year.   Remember this:

 

 

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The house is Austin that Sara designed was all white paint, slipcovers and seagrass – my favorites!  Mixed in were gorgeous antiques like the chest and mirror.   The house is quietly elegant, not a piece out of place.  Shabby Slips makes the best pillows, so plump and big.  Sara talked about her store and slipcovers in her House Beautiful interview:

I opened my Austin store, Shabby Slips, in 1994, and the look back then was oversize, loose, puddling onto the floor. Now we've gone to a much more refined, fitted, classic look. In the family room we did fitted slipcovers for the sofas.”

 

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In the sunroom, Sara added this antique French desk with a modern lamp. 

 

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The dining room has an Italian light fixture and antique rug. 

 

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The family room has simple striped pillows – the only pattern in the room.

 

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Another view of the family room and the sunroom behind it.  I wish these pictures were bigger!!!

 

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The master bedroom pops the creams with delicious dark walls.   Sara Scaglione can be reached at the Shabby Slips Austin web site HERE.

 

 

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Another Austin designer whose work I admire is Fern Santini.   This house was also published in House Beautiful in December 2007.   The house is one of the larger ones in Austin, on a cliff overlooking Lake Austin.   But instead of being ostentatious, the house is subtle and gracious – helped by Fern’s design.  

 

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The dining room’s ceiling is a different pattern than the living room.   Beautiful chandelier and mirror. 

 

 

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A trio of exotic lanterns hang over the kitchen’s island.  The focal point is the wonderful range hood, which resembles a fireplace.

 

 

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The bedroom, all in blues and touches of pink. 

 

 

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Of course there is a swimming pool overlooking Lake Austin below. 

 

 

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Standing the test of time:   The first time I was aware of Fern’s work was this house in Austin.  It was published over 11 years ago and the room still looks amazingly fresh, due to the use of antique French furniture. 

Fern Santini has a web site if you are interested in seeing more of her work in Austin.  HERE.

 

 

AUSTIN HOUSE #1:

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Looking at available Austin real estate, I found two houses that caught my eye.  Both houses are two of the most expensive for sale right now, but this is a game, where Monopoly money is used.   This house, at slightly over 6,000 sq. ft. has six bedrooms.  It is located on a town lot, not overlooking the lake.  

 

 

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The living room has a baby grand piano and a mix of contemporary and antique furniture.   The light fixture is Fortuny. 

 

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It’s not a mirror!  It’s a wheel. 

 

 

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The dining room has another fireplace, more seagrass, white walls, white curtains and a wonderful painted console!  Love the table. 

 

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Look who was hiding behind the chandelier!

 

 

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This pretty rug is a great alternative to seagrass – so light and washed out looking, I really like it.  

 

 

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Here you can see the muted colors in the rug – light blues and peaches.  Ikat pillows pick up the blue.

 

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White and black kitchen.  Great stove and hood. 

 

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Contemporary leather chairs, lantern, French tin top table, cute. 

 

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I really love the study – the worn Chesterfield, the contemporary desk, the deer, and I love love the wall color and matching curtains.  The deep gray color works so well with the cognac colored furniture and leather.  Notice how the computer bag even matches!!!

 

 

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My favorite room in the house is the master bedroom.  I am so in love with blue walls and white bedding these days.  It’s my favorite I think.  I love the bed, the seagrass, the blue curtains, the gold touches.   Perfect!!!

 

 

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Beautiful!  I love the white lamps and the taffeta curtains. 

 

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One more view, this time with an accent rug.

 

 

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The daughter’s room is precious with the vintage sofa redone in pink! What a great idea!!  And I love her faux deer.

 

 

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The nursery is so cute for a little boy.  It has the wonderful Stark Antelope rug wall to wall and that great picture of a Texas longhorn.  Love the crib’s light aqua paint

 

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And finally, the media room – off the gray study and the exercise room.  I thought about this room and think it’s a perfect furniture set up for a media room. Two leather chairs and ottomans for the mom and dad and a large sectional for the kids to all watch a football game on TV.    

I really enjoyed looking at this house’s interiors and wonder who the designer is?   I have a few ideas, but I would love to know for sure! 

 

 

AUSTIN HOUSE #2:

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The front door is right next to the garage.  All the magic is in the back of the house, on Lake Austin. 

I love all the vines and the driveway, what is it made of???

 

The second house today is located on Lake Austin, on the town side in Tarrytown.  Built in 1999, it is very large at just over 10,000 sq. ft.  Although it’s a huge one, all stone and iron, it doesn’t read kitschy.  Its interiors are wonderful and the furniture is antique in a slightly rumpled, definitely warm and comfortable manner.   In other words, I could be very, very happy here!

 

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To the left of the front door, a walkway leads to a courtyard, then up a few set of steps.  I love all the small windows.

 

 

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Walking into the house, the living room is down the hall, while a smaller living space is across the hall on the left.  The ceilings are all beamed,  the walls are stucco and the floors are rustic wood.

 

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While the house looks like an old castle in Spain or Portugal, it reads authentic, not someone’s version of pretend.   The living room, one of 4 living spaces, has a gorgeous fireplace.   The rug is incredible.  The space, rather than pretentiously fancy, is cozy and welcoming.  I wonder if they had an interior designer,  did they furnish this themselves, adding one antique after another when they happened upon it? 

 

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The smaller living space across the hall shown above.   There is a fireplace in almost every room.

 

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In another living space, this room has an unusual barley twist mantel and lots of antique textiles, including the rug. 

 

 

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In the dining room, the floor is a rough slate, the ceiling is beamed, and again, the atmosphere is very casual.  To the right, is a hallway that is several steps down from the dining room.

 

 

 

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A close up of the dining room showing the fireplace and antique desk.  I love the painting. 

 

 

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The hall off the dining room.  To the right, up the steps, past the iron railing, is the actual dining space.  I love all the steps and changes in elevations throughout the house.  Notice too, the wood window shutters throughout the house and all the lanterns and sconces that light the way.  Notice too how each hallway ends in a focal point.  Here, an arched door with a painting above is the focal point at the end of this very long walkway. 

 

 

 

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The eat in kitchen has a huge stove, next to which are tables instead of cabinets.

 

 

 

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The other side of the kitchen overlooks Lake Austin in the back.

 

 

 

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Leading off the hall that runs through the dining room is this series of stairs. The detailing is so great, the sconces that line the halls, the lanterns, the arches, the iron railings, and the small windows with even smaller wood shutters.

 

 

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At the end of this hall is the master bedroom, with a guitar waiting, just in case!

 

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The bedroom has a balcony through the doors, a fireplace, and a pitched wood ceiling.   Notice the open upper window next to the fireplace.  I would dress this up a bit, but what great bones!!!   

 

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The master bath, more charming windows, and more antique rugs!

 

 

 

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Only in Texas would the homeowner’s cowboy boots be included in the real estate brochure. 

 

 

 

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Each hall ends in such a pretty view.  Here a small set of stairs led down to a balcony with a piano.  The painting looks like a John Alexander.

 

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The guest room, with the tiny window that overlooks the front courtyard.

 

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Even the exercise room is charming!!!!

 

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The outdoor kitchen off the main kitchen, overlooks the backyard.

 

 

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This porch is off the master bedroom (I guess!)

 

 

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The swimming pool. 

 

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The back of the house overlooking Lake Austin.

 

 

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There’s even a cactus garden.  Notice the stone steps and wooden gate.

 

 

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And finally, there a boat dock with room for 7 boats.  Dream.

 

 

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71 comments:

  1. OOh, #1 makes my heart sing!!!

    Congrats on the anniversary of SRT! I can't believe it's been one whole year already!! Look at what you 3 have accomplished in such a small amount of time! So thrilled for y'all :)

    xoxo,

    Andrea

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  2. Loved these houses in Austin...not sure which one i liked best and they are both quite different. Didn't Lauren Ross move to Austin? I love her style too. Also enjoyed the Shabby Slips store. Thanks.

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  3. Some serious eye candy here. Love the slipcovers, the turned wood mantle and the stone and wood floors. Just gorgeous!
    have a great day.
    Teresa

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  4. being a long time austinite... we shudder at some of the monstrous new dwellings which have totally changed our small neighborhoods... but these houses are so beautifully done... I am in love with the shabby slips sara house... just move me in!

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  5. The Austin House #2 is amazing. If I didn't know better, I would think it is in Tuscany. We were just there and stayed at Vignamaggio, which looked a lot like this house inside.

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  6. You've totally overwhelmed me with these gorgeous homes Joni! I love the rustic-ness of home #2 but the interior of #1 is stunning as well.
    xo~
    T

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  7. House number one has my heart. Waking up in one of those bedrooms would be a wonderful start to the day.

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  8. Well, you hit the nail on the head here. I live in Austin and there is NOTHING available for a reasonable price anymore, unless you don't mind living in a featureless red brick box, circa 1999.

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  9. OMG, Joni, so beautiful. I MUST have the second house and of course, all the furnishings! That is my dream home.

    CONGRATS MANY TIMES OVER on your anniversary. I have been following your blog from the beginning and feel an odd sense of pride in your success. You are truly the BEST.

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  10. That Gray and Cream master bedroom is in my clippings file, one of my favourites. Glad to see whom to credit! I have loved grey for a long, long time, hate to admit how long!
    Paula ~ Mise en scène

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  11. Oh, and I want that rug and that fireplace,....
    Paula ~ Mise en scène

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  12. Joni, thanks for an interesting and informative post. Thanks for finding the gems amongst the terds. That first house is just perfect - gorgeous everything. Calgary is a young oil town with too much money. The houses here are hideous. The old neighborhoods have some nice renos (with the ugly modern one stuck in like a sore thumb), but the new mega-houses are just horrid. Faux everything, poor layouts, views of the neighbor's house 2 feet away.

    Congrats on the SR anniversary. But One Kings Lane doesn't like Canadians - it rejected my postal code and insists on a zip code. I bet they don't ship to Canada either. Darn! :(

    xo's Terri

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  13. These homes are truly something else! However, I have to admit I really do miss funky, old Austin.

    I realize that living in one of those Tuscan villas must be somebody's idea of a dream house, but it just isn't mine. There is something about seeing a Prius in the driveway of a 10,000 sq.ft. monster home with two inhabitants that makes me giggle. I guess that's new Austin for ya.

    That said, there are also some wonderful aspects of having all the new tech money, with terrific people like the Dell family and all they have done for the community, so in the end, some of the changes have been for the good.

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  14. Love your Real Estate posts the most Joni!

    I would have been interested in the pricing of these homes to compare with those in California or parts of the East Coast, where prices for Real Estate are still through the roof.

    Thanks and love your new look!

    kelley

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  15. Happy anniversary! What a year it has been! You are all amazing!
    So many beautiful houses, Joni! I always dream when I see your posts...I think I like Austin House #2 best!

    xoxo
    Victoria

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  16. Ah, great post Joni. I search out all Austin area "Show of HOmes" and go to as many as I can. I agree with you regarding the Tex/Tuscany architecture - so ready for that to be done 'cus it's over done! I'm loving soft contemporary in Austin these days but my personal taste is aligned with yours, ;-) My daughter works for an arch. firm in Austin and they put out some awesome designs! I love going to her office and snooping around!

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  17. All I can say is WOW. Your posts are always such visual treats. Too bad what's happening to Austin real estate. Pity the poor musicians! (Or have the prices driven them all away?) Though both houses are wonderful in different ways, house #2 made me swoon - looked like the real thing - a castle in Spain, perhaps? You didn't mention prices, though. Are they only upon request?

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  18. Someone has to know the designer of the first Austin home. That dark office with the deer head is way cool!
    What do you think the light wall paint is throughout the house?

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  19. New site Joni? Like it...very easy to navigate and lovely simple header!

    As far as the two Austinite manses...apples and oranges. Love bits and pieces of both. Maybe not so much on the growling bear on the floor (man, I would be jumping over that beast every time...yeeeowch!) and a few of the heads...but lovely feel to each of them...and you?

    Your fave??

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  20. Both of those houses are beautiful. It bothers me, however, to see the animal heads and the skins in almost every room. It just seems so in your face. I know that they are beautiful and a current fashion statement but they are more beautiful on the animal. I'm not a total vegetarian, so maybe my argument holds no water. I had just come across a blog yesterday where the writer had a real, entire zebra skin in his house and he wrote how he knew he would get some backlash but that a dyed cowskin just didn't compare to the beauty of the authentic zebra skin. Ugh.
    Are the animal products, besides the head in the little girl's room real?
    I still eat animals, but displaying their body parts in your home as bragging rights just seems wrong to me in this day and age.

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  21. The last house was an art lovers dream.

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  22. As always - a treasure trove of images. The dark gray library with the chesterfield sofa could be on the cover of Elle Decor. How fun too that the shot of cowboy boots is included in the real estate brochure - love that. Please promise you'll never stop blogging - it wouldn't be the same w/out Cote de Texas.

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  23. Refreshing post, Joni! When I first read that the post was about Austin, I thought surely you would talk about Fern Santini..and of course, you did! I regret I do not know her personally, but am such a big fan of her work and have been for years. She also is very versatile, and can do a lot of different things, but they are all exquisite. There is such a richness to the interior of the 2nd house, even without considering the architecture. It has so many layers that give it depth and it does not look like it has just been staged for selling and showing. It looks lived it, but lived in very well. Delightful, Joni!

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  24. As an Austinite, I also have a love/hate relationship with the "new" Austin. I couldn't afford to buy a home anywhere near the central part of town where I wanted, and had to settle for a high priced tract home. While the amazing homes on Ladybird Lake (like you, I had to get past saying Town Lake, but since I admire Ladybird's pioneering environmental awareness, I'm happy that it is named after her now) - those homes are in the most beautiful part of our sweet town.

    I moved here for the weirdness, for the village feeling, for the funkiness of the tattooed cashiers at Whole Foods and being able to get anywhere in town in 15 minutes. None of those are still here, except in the Bouldin Creek area. I think you would fall in love with the re-dos they are doing in that neighborhood.

    Old bungalows are maintained and redone by adding stark modern design - it's a gorgeous mix, and continues adding character to an already character-filled 'hood.

    And I love Shabby Slips! A favorite store for inspiration, along with Wildflower Organics.

    While I love the house design, I prefer my animals alive and sharing my home or greenbelt...I just don't get that design trend.

    Thank you for highlighting some of our town's beauty and your pictures are gorgeous as always.

    There are several of these pics going in my "dream home" file. Thanks!

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  25. Dear Mrs. Joni,

    I stopped by to wish you a very Happy Chanukah! May the time be spent with family, friends, food and fun.

    The Shabby Slips shop and Sara's home are just perfect. So many design inspirations. Thank you for sharing.

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  26. The second one, BE STILL MY HEART!!
    Tina Ramer

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  27. Wow - Austin clearly has a lot going for it!! The houses are fabulous - not sure which I like best - so different but both beautiful. Have to admit, being on the lake does hold great appeal!

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  28. My dear Joni,
    Woouuww!!! Austin seems wonderful! All the beautiful houses!! I love House 1 (love the study room and master bedroom!)!!!
    Although there are some pretty elements in House 2 also!
    When I look to all these big houses you showed in your posts, you should believe that there are only very rich people in the US! Following the News on TV about the economic crisis and unemployment, you should think that there are only poor people in the US!
    Thank you for this beautiful post! I am off to listen to the SRT now!
    Have a wonderful weekend!
    xx
    Greet

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  29. Happy Hanukkah Joni and congratualtions!! You and the ladies have accomplished so much and been a huge inspiration to me.

    Love House # 1!

    I have a $200 Giveaway from Fifi Flowers!
    Do come and enter!

    xoxo
    Karena
    Art by Karena

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  30. Great post!

    I love the architecture of the two homes you have shown here! That is the most gorgeous part of these homes. Like you had said, great bones! But, a real big BUT here, I don't care for the decor so much in home #2. Not sure if you can take those same furnishings from the first home and put them in the second one and it still have a great look. lol

    I'm with some of the other comments here that all the dead animals is a bit too much. Faux animal prints is one thing but I'm sure all those in that home are the real deal. I live in NC, 15 mins from SC and use to the deer in a room here and there but I can't say I like it at all. I would never have one in my own home that's for sure. I have live deer in the yard all the time though and much prefer to look at them. :)

    In our neck of the woods there are very few homes like the ones you have shown. Most new homes around here are all alike, suburban look I guess you would call them. One company with similar floor plans building these things with no real architectural beauty to them. Would love to see some new homes with character! They all need to start reading your blog and maybe we might see a change. :)

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  31. I have to register a complaint. I come to your site, looking for a quick fix, and find myself having to study every picture and read every cutline. Your blog is just too addicting! But please -- keep feeding my habit.

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  32. I had my home numbers mixed up there. I meant to say don't care for the decor in the first home, with all the animals. hehe Love the other parts of it though. But would it still look the same without those aspects?

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  33. I bet Sara reads your blog at her pretty desk in the sunroom.

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  34. Great post.
    It brought my entirely productive morning to a halt LOL
    Thoroughly enjoyed everything but that steer over the child's crib is just plain disturbing to this Florida/Georgia girl!

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  35. There are still pockets of old Austin around. Try looking in Windsor Park and University Hills. Though houses in these neighborhoods aren't as big as the bathrooms in the houses in the post.

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  36. Joni,

    This post on Austin real estate doesn't give me much hope for my younger daughter and her boyfriend when they get married and want to purchase a home. They are currently renting a condo, but will want to buy their own home in a few years. Doesn't look like they can pick up a good bones
    1970's brick rancher like Kim and Eric were able to do near Baltimore. I fear they may be renting forever. : (

    Anne Nickol
    aka the gal who encouraged her daughter and husband to paint their dark stained woodwork white!

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  38. Wow, house #2 is my pick. These two are stunners. Great job!

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  39. Love house # 1 without all the dead animals. Especially that poor bear. Disgusting. Ugh!

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  40. I would be very happy with either home, but if forced to pick... it has to be house #2 for me. Thanks for a great post, loved it.

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  41. Wonderful post. I prefer house #1 since it's just a dream.

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  42. Great children's rooms! Can't wait to share with my readers! BTW in case anyone is wondering, the crib in the nursery is light grey, just photographed blue. It is the Sparrow by Oeuf.

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  43. I have been coming back to this post and looking at these photos again and again. I would have to say that house 1 is by far my favorite. It just seems light, open and clutter free. I especially love the master bedroom colors (which just happen to be the colors of my master bedroom). The stark antelope carpet is fantastic. I need to have that in my home now!! I absolutely loved the study with the deep gray wall paint and the cognac furniture. I guess this look is really what I have been trying to accomplish in my own home.

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  44. these were very nice picture, If you put them on two different page it would be better, due to lots of picture this page is too away to laod. anyway great stuff!

    - John Devis
    Magento Themes

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  45. well, since we are only playing, I will take house #1 furnished please! I adore everything about it.

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  46. BTW, all the animals are vintage.. and the designer is top secret! Thanks for the post and the comments..

    House #1 Designer

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  47. Too bad your taste is all about decorating and not about good design. There are some wonderful classical homes in Austin, and you missed every one. one home that you show has great bones but your obsession with window dressing obscures the beauty and scale of its spaces.

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  48. There are still lots of quirky, cute homes in Austin that are affordable (under $400K). They just need some TLC! My neighborhood is full of them and many people are renovating. All hope is not lost!

    And check out my recent post on the architect Paul Lamb. There really are a number of great architects building in the city and surrounding areas. It's not all Texas Tuscan (wish it was much less, though.).

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  49. Wow this is awesome, if i have a house liked that, i make sure that it will be much beautiful than that.

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  50. in near future em going for the one my own . you have given me good ideas

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  51. I am a location scout in austin looking for a perfect dock like the one shown in House #2. I would love to talk to see if you have any details on te location that you can share. Please email me at sommy1@mac.com

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  52. Those slabby slips aren't too shabby.

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  53. wow well designed homes and villas. wish i could have this for myself. Really real-estate marker is growing at its best, providing luxurious home with all facilities. i am really impressed how real-estate market is offing very lucrative offers to theirs customers.
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    Austin Home Search

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  54. wow well developed houses and cottages. wish i could have this for myself. Really real-estate marking is increasing at its best, offering magnificent house with all features. i am really satisfied how real-estate industry is offing very profitable provides to theirs clients.

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  55. Thanks for the sharing. Keep it up. All the very best for the future.
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  56. A good neighborhood is the perfect pace to invest in a house that you can surely call your home

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  57. It really is amazing what's happening to Austin's market and skyline. Change is the constant.

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  58. Nice Pics and Great information ,Thanks a lot for the informative blog!

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