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The focal piece of the living room is an oversized vintage "cafe" sign Ford found on the side of Route 66. The cactus also speaks to much of her décor's desert origins.
Yellow cabinet: Texas Surplus
Red coffee tables: Crate and Barrel
Concrete floors are becoming increasing popular in modern design, and have become some what of a signature look for Austin homes. The eco-friendly staircase is made out of recycled pressed bamboo.
The view from the top of the stairs is breathtaking thanks to the height, view to the ground floor and windows on both sides of the house. Two blue-and-white checkered signs Ford found abandoned in the desert are her favorite art pieces in the house.
The upstairs office, filled with vibrant color and retro Texas state surplus items, is where she feels most at home. The wall is magnetic chalkboard paint, great for proofing photographic prints in natural sunlight.
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