Barton Creek – Austin, TX

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This premier Austin home needed a special kiss to catapult into trending stardom and what a kiss it was! We began by demolishing the kitchen to the walls and removing the ceramic tile flooring. We revitalized the room by adding 3 different finishes of sustainable wood cabinets. The arches between the family room, kitchen and wet bar were removed and re-engineered to support the 2nd floor above. Lighted cabinets were raised to the ceiling and honed travertine plank flooring was set on the diagonal. The existing window was replaced with a counter height casement window to allow more light into the room. Mosaic linear glass backsplashes were taken to the full height of the ceiling expanding the volume of the space.

Inspired by the new island countertop made of “wild” agates we selected the color palate for the room. Pewter Blue, gunmetal gray, amarillo gold, antique mica, and burnt sienna were highlighted with Renaissance silver hardware and pearl white sinks. Walnut cabinets were created using horizontal grains that were finished naturally and situated in contrast to hand painted, rubbed slate blue cabinets next to dark walnut. Truly a transformation to behold and a kiss to last a lifetime!

Wolf and Subzero appliances
Custom Zinc Venthood
Mitered Agate island countertop with concealed light panels
Lumix Quartzite countertops
Bronze Oyster wet bar sink with Kohler articulating faucet
Solid Walnut wood cabinets stained and natural finishes + painted finishes
Added Baker’s Nook
Custom made light fixtures with leather saddle straps
Newport Brass Gunmetal faucets
Handmade antique leaded glass panels with antique inserts
Added recessed lighting
Repositioned art glass lighting
Shaws original fireclay sinks