Tuesday, December 15, 2009

austin organization station

thanks to the interior design firm, laura britt design, and the construction wizards texas construction company, this once dark, dated, and non-functional austin, texas kitchen and storage room is now a light-filled, fully operative cookery and home office. with a lack of counter space, insufficient storage, awkwardly placed original 1960's appliances and an unusable dark wood paneled storage room, the owners needed a fresh start. by removing two dividing walls and working within a very strict budget for construction, materials, appliances, and furnishings, the creative team was able to incorporate the homeowner's aesthetic and create the kitchen of their dreams.
a crisp palette of bright white mixed with penny round tiles in various shades of green commands your attention the moment you enter the home. the snow white counter-tops and budget friendly high-gloss ikea cabinets span the length of the kitchen and gracefully frame the centrally located island. what's best is the office area that was seamlessly incorporated into the space. talk about an organization station! this space is perfect for a romantic dinner for two or a house full of holiday guests!

i'd especially like to thank diane purcell, owner of through the lens management for sharing this project with us! the team of talented professionals responsible for this breathtaking makeover includes, the texas construction company, interior designer laura britt, and photographer coles hairston.

4 comments:

  1. Loving those little honeycomb shaped tiles!! So pretty!

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  2. Another amazing transformation. So inspiring...thank you!

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  3. Ummm how cute is your mother!?! She left me the sweetest comment about one of my posts!

    Also, just added a link to Raenovate!!

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  4. Sent you an ornament in my first annual ornament exchange! Thanks for supporting and inspiring me!

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