I hate to be that guy, but man the furniture in this one is killing my vibe. This one says it’s a new build in 2014 but I believe I can still see the bones of the original 1957 home in there somewhere. Furniture aside, this is a great looking project by Thomas Tornbjerg, and quite a departure from the rest of his body of work.
Details: 3,877 sf, 5 Bed, 4 BathRead More
I have to admit that when I see some luxury homes I just don’t see the value of them. This Alterstudio house however is a different story. Sure, four large is a lot of money, but this thing is on an entirely next level. I honestly can’t wait to see how this one looks in 50 years. This one will be an icon on early 21 century modernism.
Details: 4,198 sf, 4 Bed, 5 BathRead More
I see some many flip and spec built houses that it’s always so refreshing to see something like this with thoughtful and unique details. The fireplace mantle may be the show stopper here, but I think the back painted backsplash in the kitchen next to the maple cabinetry are my favorite.
Details: 2,055 sf, 3 Bed, 2 BathRead More
This 1969 atomic ranch was designed by architect Bill Coleman and has been well maintained since. It looks like there have been some updates, mid to late 90’s if my eyes aren’t fooling me. The bones however are solid. With a little love and some elbow grease this one could be beyond amazing. If anyone has more info on Bill Coleman send it my way. I know he did a few custom homes here in Austin way back when.
Details: 1,676 sf, 3 Bed, 2 BathRead More