Austin is a mecca of eclectic artwork, live new music, and quirky attractions, so it’s no speculate that marvelously distinctive inside style would follow match. Dangle onto your hat mainly because this Austin household is a excellent mix of daring shades, wild styles, and creative sophistication. Seriously, cling onto your hat – there’s a spot to display screen the owner’s significant hat collection!

Positioned in Austin’s well-known “SoFi” (South 1st Road) district, this 3-bedroom, three-bath loft residence is the great sizing and shape for its 1st-time house owner. This 30-a thing single girl desired an eccentric position to dangle her hat(s) – practically – so she chose inside designer Maureen Stevens to provide her vision to daily life. The two collaborated on a structure scheme that reflected the owner’s individuality even though grounding the vision in a cohesive fashion.

Living room designed by interior designer Maureen Stevens

Interior designer Maureen Stevens suggests, “At our first assembly, [the homeowner] mentioned she has noticed all of her friends’ and families’ properties and was so fatigued of white/product and navy couches. She desired hers to be bolder — she enjoys this burgundy hue, so I veered her in direction of that.” Moreover, the home owner enjoys animal prints and chose a fun cheetah cloth to cover the vintage X bench.

Fram TV hanging above a living room fireplace

The fireplace, which seems out into the yard, options a Body Television set – a tv that includes a photo frame trim that displays artwork when not in use.

Framed wall art above home bar cart

Mixing both new and classic items, like the framed artwork beneath the stairs, makes an fascinating, personalized house.

Close-up of ottoman with crane-themed fabric in Austin home

Throughout the house, there are many textiles with animal prints, which includes this crane-themed ottoman.

Sideboard from Modshop sitting in home living room

The dwelling room’s sideboard, from Modshop, attributes a mural look on the front and Lucite aspects.

Maureen, who splits her time among Austin and New Orleans, claims she’s “an up-to-date, common form of gal, who loves aged architectural information, objet trouve with history and panache, and mixing it all with new traits and goods. I also enjoy muted Maximalism – subdued Grandma-fashion that’s nostalgic and layered, still nonetheless refreshing and muddle-free of charge.”

She transformed the 2,097 sq. feet of room by imagining outdoors of the box with bold hues and textiles. Possibly encouraged by the home’s locale on Peacock Lane, the main bedroom characteristics a luxe teal velvet. The home-owner is ensconced in a teal desire, both of those in the bed, from Significant Style Property, as perfectly as the extravagant window coverings. Collectively, a monochromatic concept commences to unfold – velvet on velvet, tufting with ripple-fold drapery, and a interesting geometric rug to deliver just about every aspect jointly.

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Master bedroom with a monochromatic teal theme in Austin home

A monochromatic teal topic, in the type of luxe fabrics like velvet, produces an indulgent primary bed room.

Main bedroom with teal accents

“I wanted the most important bed room to sense subtle with the patterns and hues of the rug,” states Maureen. “The rug is from Loloi, and an additional-extended, caned dresser was just the fantastic natural and organic element with the luxe materials.”

Hall collection displayed as art in Austin home designed by Maureen Stevens

The property owner has a beloved hat assortment, displayed on the wall as a functional piece of artwork.

The clever use of geometric shapes extends significantly past the primary bed room. From the metal banister and textiles in the dwelling space to the star-formed backsplash in the kitchen area, cohesive graphic things elevate this home’s layout. And nowhere is this use of geometric style much more evident than in the office environment/guest bed room – Maureen marked shapes specifically on the wall for her assistant to paint. The home was completed with a daybed from CB2, window coverings from Loft Curtains, and extras from Anthropologie, CB2, Burke Décor, Finnish Design and style Shop, and various classic finds. And simply because the homeowner owns so several hats, Maureen created a charming however practical wall that houses and shows them.

Framed art in guest bedroom

Maureen and her workforce established the guest bedroom’s graphic factor by portray tailored designs on the wall.

Nook in guest bedroom of Austin home

Repeating hues of teal make a sense of uniformity and cohesion.

With all the clever combinations of animal and geometric prints, curated add-ons, and bold shades, it only makes feeling to clearly show off the adventurous structure. This house owner entertains routinely and desired a home to welcome and impress her guests. Her vintage bar cart is both equally enjoyment and practical, supplying a great place to present off heirloom parts, antique glasses, and bottles. One more common space to host buddies is the eye-catching eating room, which makes use of a black-and-white, neutral animal pattern, which fuses with the other animal patterns all through the home. And to tie everything alongside one another, the exact wallpaper from the eating place repeats in the kitchen area island, topped with a butcher block and highlighted with brass stools from Trica Furnishings.

“Everything was pared down and neutral, but with distinctive textures,” describes Maureen of the eating room. “The sheer, mauve-taupe linen curtains add to the depth of the space even the minimalistic Scandinavian area rug.”

This vivid Austin household is a perfect reflection of the assorted folks and tradition of its encompassing community. We suggestion our hats to the interesting varying hues, designs, elements, and items that meld into a great style and design.

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Dining room with black and white patterned wallpaper

The open eating home characteristics bold mixes of animal designs and black and white, particularly in the wallpaper.

Close-up of bar stools in Austin home

The dining room’s hanging wallpaper carries on into the kitchen, complemented with stools sourced at Five Components in Austin.

Tiled backsplash in home kitchen

Geometric designs can be found in nearly each and every area of the residence, which includes this graphic tiled backsplash in the kitchen.

All images by Lauren Logan Photography.


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