The interior of this home reflects a successful blend of Asian, Mexican and the Hill Country styles.
The palette combines, rich walnut floors and millwork, brown chopped stone, leather and warm buff colored Venetian plastered walls. Powder room walls and dining room ceiling are accented with a reflective bronze finish. The master suite is a study of tones of celadon blue, inspired by the owners’ Asian textiles.
Modern glass tile in a traditional herringbone pattern contrasts the antiques, cabinets, and custom walnut island countertop. Antique Chinese corbels, found by the owner, accent ihe dining room entryway.
Location: Austin, Texas
Project Size: 6800 sq. ft.
Project Type: Interiors Finishes and Furniture and Millwork design
Architect: Jay Corder Architect
Builder: Greg Mangum
Photographer: Casey Woods Maddeaux
2009 ASID Design Excellence, Best Traditional Residence over 3500 sq. ft