New Year, New Space: Natural Contemporary

We recently worked with a lovely family who moved to Austin from Minnesota as the result of a job transfer. When they moved, they made the decision to take with them a minimal amount of furnishings. They had a set amount of funds set aside, with which they would either invest in a new SUV or hire a designer to help them furnish their new home.

We are so glad they made the decision to hire our firm. They were a joy to work with and the family went from using about half of the common spaces in their home to thoroughly enjoying every inch of them following their transformation. We addressed all of the main living areas including the formal dining room, a sitting area that was not previously used (it’s now a cocktail room), and the open concept kitchen, breakfast and family areas. We are pleased and excited to share with you the extensive transformations of three of these spaces.

Dining Room

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Cocktail Room

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Family Room

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Take a few moments to watch this video to hear a testimony from this lovely couple about their experience with our firm. If you would like to see more photos from their design project, you can view their full gallery by clicking here.

On a side note, we realize that the quality of this video is… not the best. My husband is many wonderful things, but videographer just isn’t one of them. The silver lining is that after shooting this, we decided to leave our future video needs in the hands of a professional and we couldn’t be happier.

Creating spaces you love to live in,

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