Once known as the “Texas Southern Living Showcase Home”, this home, designed by Geschke Group Architecture Architects & Building Designers and built by Silverton Custom Homes, seems to inspire and pleases anyone who sees it.
The interiors of this home beautifully and interestingly mix coastal with southern design, making this home feel very welcoming and charming.
The innovative and perhaps most inspirational room of this home might be the prep kitchen. Interior designer, Heather Scott Home & Design, had the brilliant idea of converting the laundry room into a second kitchen. This space is perfect if you want to cook and not have to worry about cleaning things up before your guests arrive. The main kitchen and the great room are yet another well established space that feels airy, timeless and sophisticated.
Overlooking Lake Travis, the views can easily make you fall in love with this home on their own. Take a look and let me know if you did!
Lake Home with Transitional Interiors
I really like how the builder described the interiors of this home. He says that the interiors are unique and fresh. “It has been described as a Texas marriage between beach and barn, if the barn was in the French countryside and the beach was in the Hamptons”. The more you see this home, the more you agree with that! This is the beauty of transitional interiors; you’re free to mix styles as long they complement each other.
The fireplace stone in this living room is called weathered limestone.
Notice the horizontal planking.
Living Room Paint Color and Decor
Sherwin Williams SW 7009 Pearly White
Doesn’t this room take your breath away?
Pillows in this living room are from “Aidan Gray”.
A lower chandelier and rug defines this tailored dining area.
The table in this dining room was custom made by the designer.
The main kitchen is open to the living area and it feels bright and fresh. I am loving the mix of backsplash and the gorgeous beams.
The lantern pendant lighting adds warmth to the kitchen.
Lanterns are the “French Quarter Kitchen pendant lights” from New Orleans Gas & Electric Lighting”.
The hood in this kitchen was custom designed.
Range is a Thermador range.
The backsplash tile is called “Roanoke Mosaic” from Interceramic.
Kitchen Apron sink flanked by white marble countertop. Sleek and timeless!
Floors are maple engineered floor in a black Jelly bean color with a cashmere finish by “Mirage Floors”.
The ceiling beams are all custom stained to coordinate with the floor. Stunning!
Similar Kitchen cabinet paint color “Benjamin Moore Decorators White CC-20”.
The kitchen features Calcutta marble counters.
Just off the kitchen you will find a pantry that works also as a butler’s pantry. It’s fully equipped with a coffee station and plenty of storage.
Texture is added with a raffia wallpaper.
This pantry is all about the custom shelving, which adds plenty of space for groceries and all of your kitchen appliances.
“Sherwin Williams SW 6207 Retreat”.
The prep kitchen was first designed to be the mudroom, laundry room area, but the designer decided to transform this space into a second kitchen to make the homeonwer’s life a little easier. Here, you will find plenty of storage, a sink, dishwasher and a refrigerator.
The basket weave pendant light are from “Anthropologie”.
Kitchen island was built by “The Gilded Stag”.
The floors here are actually cement. It’s shaped to mimic brick and it’s very durable, which makes it a smart choice for mudrooms and laundry rooms.
Cozy and stylish den with navy blue grasscloth wallpaper from Phillip Jefferies.
This room is actually a bedroom, but the designer decided to staged it as a study. I think a navy blue grasscloth would be great for a bedroom. It makes the space feel cozy, dark… perfect for sleeping!
The master bedroom is located downstairs and it offers lake views. This room feels elegant, but at the same time, comfortable and approachable.
A lovely space to write or do your makeup.
The master bathroom feels very luxurious. I am loving the antiqued glass cabinets. They feel feminine and sophisticated.
Shower or Bathe
Which one would you choose? The stand alone tub or the marble jetted shower?
Bring your favorite book, play some soft music and relax for hours…
Classic and elegant.
I am loving the brass towel holder.
Oh, this dressing room is just perfect! Don’t you love it? Even the shoes are great! 🙂
Green & Blue
This guest bedroom features a custom trundle bed from “The Gilded Stag”. This room is also blue and green, but more of a peacock color scheme. Fabrics are from Celerie Kemble, Martyn Lawrence Bullard and Kelly Wearstler.
This bedroom was beautifully designed. The side tables and bench in this bedroom are from “Aidan Gray”.
Fun Bedroom Decor
Designed with a younger girl in mind, this bedroom is full of fun and color. The designer used hues of lime green and bright blue.
This bathroom has beveled, cream crackle subway tile and turquoise and purple accents. Just lovely!
Back of the House
The backyard is perfect for entertaining. It features an infinity pool and a fire pit.
Imagine living with this view!
How many stories could be shared here…
Throw pillows were custom made by Austin’s own “Square Feathers”.
Monday is here… a brand new week is just starting… how wonderful is that?! Let’s embrace this new week and its new opportunities.
Talking about opportunities, many times we keep waiting for the perfect opportunity to appear in our lives so we can change something. We keep dreaming with the right opportunities, the right time. The truth is, the best opportunity you will ever get is life itself. Being alive gives you any and every opportunity you may need to take the first step towards your goal.
Keep that mind and start this week doing what you feel in your heart is right for your life.
Have a Blessed week, full of health, happiness and gratitude.
Luciane at HomeBunch.com
Sources: Geschke Group Architecture Architects & Building Designers, Silverton Custom Homes, Heather Scott Home & Design. Photography by Ryann Ford.
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