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5606 Jeff Davis Street
This home looks like the beginnings of MetroHouse. The owner designed them, built them, did all the special details, and does all the landscaping. He normally labels all his homes (in the front) with a plaque that says MetroHouse and the year built.
HOME TOUR — Feb. 4, 2012Austin Modern Home TourAustin, TXStep inside 16 inspiring modern homes on the fourth annual Modern Home Tour featuring work by some of Austin's premier architects and firms. The Modern Home Tour provides a great opportunity to see inside architecturally progressive and environmentally
environmentally conscious modern homes currently on the market. Featured homes include work by Cottam Hargrave, Webber + Studio, Studio Momentum, Nick Mehl, Specht Harpman and more. Hear from participating architects at an after party from 6-8:30 p.m. at TreeHouse. Purchase advance tickets online.
Fotograf Lisbet Spörndly
I like the modern use of wall paper
While many modern homes embrace the open living plan, the Wrights actually put up a wall between the kitchen and the living room, because the long space felt uncomfortable for the family. "It felt like a showroom, not a home," says Anna. Graphic wallpaper makes the wall a fun accent. Wallpaper: Isak;
of colourModern Scandinavian design has fun with colour, while still staying true to the pared-back, light-loving aesthetic associated with all things Nordic. Use colour as an accent on furnishings and art, or incorporate a feature wall of graphic patterned paper.
While many modern homes embrace the
space felt uncomfortable for the family. “It felt like a showroom, not a home,” says Anna. Graphic wallpaper makes the wall a fun accent. Wallpaper: Isak; wooden storage unit: Tradera; blue chair: vintage
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Annie Street House
love the tour of Austin homes
Throughout AustinNoteworthy: If you love modern homes and can time your visit for the tour, which takes place during a weekend in February, this is not to be missed.More info: Modern Home Tour AustinAnother must-do: One of my favorite annual events is the East Austin Studio Tour (E.A.S.T.), which takes
Modern Home Tour Austin: Annual tour founded by Krisstina Wise of the GoodLife Team. The home pictured here was designed by Tom Hurt Architecture in collaboration with Minguell-McQuary Architecture and was featured on the 2013 tour.Cost: $25 in advance; $30 at the door (2013 tour prices)Location: Throughout
Sarah Natsumi Moore
My Houzz: Modern Home
Modern/contemporary look. Sharp, crisp corners and edges.
design, and turned to Tom Baits of Austin Modern Homes to find their dream home.’We only looked for two days, and we were done,’ says Pam. ‘We walked through this space and looked at each other and knew this was it.’ Built by Scott Turner in 2008, the modern house was filled with little touches that
after their landlords decided to move back in.Pam and Chris are both drawn to contemporary design, and turned to Tom Baits of Austin Modern Homes to find their dream home. “We only looked for two days, and we were done,” says Pam. “We walked through this space and looked at each other and knew this was
Natural Balance Home Builders
Is it more or less expensive to build a modern style house as supposed to a traditional style (I.e. cape cod) given that they are the same size?
Is this a prefabricated home? If so, who was the builder...
Modern design, 1 and 2 floors high
The style, modern- postmodern, a bit close to Japanese simplicity
Modern. While "modern" covers pretty wide ground, you can count on modern homes to feature large expanses of glass, crisp architectural lines and open plans.Is it for you? Lovers of modern design will surely gravitate toward this home style. The wide-open spaces also make modern homes ideal for entertaining
entertaining.Modern or Contemporary: What's the Difference?
Mid-Century Modern Home
This Mid-Century Modern residence was infused with rich paint colors and accent lighting to enhance the owner’s modern American furniture and art collections. Large expanses of glass were added to provide views to the new garden entry. All Photographs: Erik Kvalsvik
r Flow It may sound quaint now, but back in the '50s, the idea of indoor-outdoor living was revolutionary for the average American. Midcentury modern homes took advantage of the new passion for bringing the indoors out and vice versa: wide windows, sliding doors, patios. The idea was to create a connection
oor FlowIt may sound quaint now, but back in the '50s, the idea of indoor-outdoor living was revolutionary for the average American. Midcentury modern homes took advantage of the new passion for bringing the indoors out and vice versa: wide windows, sliding doors, patios. The idea was to create a connection
Knollwood Remodel Exterior
frame and accentuate the owner’s extensive collection of Mid-century modern furnishings and art while blending its existing character into a modern 21st century version of the style. The kitchen was artfully collaborated on with the home's owner, who is the owner and chef of one of Austin's premiere r
living areas were recouped and added to from the home's original design. The master suite was taken to the second floor and wrapped in glass to take advantage of the coveted Texas Hill Country vistas. Approximately seventy percent of the original home was kept, replacing only the small existing kitchen
kitchen and master bedroom. Material selections were chosen based on sustainable criteria to make this remodel a "green" gem as well as a museum of modern furniture. Photography by Adam Steiner
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Modern Home - Colors, Metal Siding
I like the way the color scheme makes the house more modern
accents on the exterior of this modern home bring out its bones and look great with green.
3. Red Door With Black and WhiteAnother simple color palette with a stunning effect. On their own, black and deep red are very elegant hues; combined on the exterior of a home they create pure drama. The soft
Make red part of the architecture. This modern home takes the red front door idea one step further by using the same color on the metal siding on the bottom and top floors. It creates a nice triangle of color and