Dandelion HouseContemporary Kitchen, Austin

Remodel of a two-story residence in the heart of South Austin. The entire first floor was opened up and the kitchen enlarged and upgraded to meet the demands of the homeowners who love to cook and entertain. The upstairs master bathroom was also completely renovated and features a large, luxurious walk-in shower.

Jennifer Ott Design • http://jenottdesign.com/
Photography by Atelier Wong

Inspiration for a contemporary open concept kitchen remodel in Austin with stainless steel appliances, open cabinets, quartz countertops and medium tone wood cabinets —  Houzz
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Jocelyn wrote:May 7, 2013
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    Jennifer Ott Design

    The fronts were fabricated onsite by Texas Trim: http://www.texastrim.com/

  • angelakm

    Be careful! I clicked on the website and had my iPad go into a hostage mode. I was stupid. I clicked on continue when asked.

loniluna wrote:Aug 5, 2012
  • Esmarie Le Roux
    I would love to know as well, really a beautiful kitchen!
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    Loop Design
    The color is tagged in this photo of the project: Sherwin Williams 6752 "Larchmere"
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candicegsu wrote:May 23, 2012
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    Loop Design
    Sorry, I don't know the manufacturer of the self-leveling overlay product for the floor, it was installed by a local Austin company, ModernCrete (moderncrete.com). Perhaps try giving them a call and see if they can help you out.
  • rogerc
    I'll do that. Thank you for getting back to me.
tmhburns wrote:Dec 26, 2012
Mariana Conant wrote:Apr 2, 2013
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    Loop Design
    yes, the "white" paint on both the ceiling and walls is Eider White from Sherwin-Williams. the ceiling is flat finish and the walls are eggshell.

What Houzz contributors are saying:

Vanessa Brunner added this to Kitchen of the Week: Aqua Knockout in AustinMay 9, 2012

After the walls between the original kitchen and dining rooms were knocked down, architect Christy Seals of Loop Design had to integrate a large beam to support the load of the second story, which was quite a challenge. Since the beam is a foot thick, it meant they had to lower the ceiling height in this area. However, Ott loves the varying ceiling heights — they allow for a subtle openness in the kitchen and intimacy in the dining area. Ott chose the colors based on housewares she'd fallen in love with. Her strategy was to use neutral colors for materials that are expensive or difficult to change — like the quartz countertop and concrete floor — and use bold colors for materials that are cheap and easy to change out — like paint and accessories.Flooring: concrete overlay; wall paint: Parakeet, Sherwin Williams; island paint: Larchmere, Sherwin Williams; bar stools: Ikea

What Houzzers are commenting on:

Hannah Studemeyer added this to KitchenSep 27, 2019

Extension and seating in dining room

melissaann6262 added this to PheasantAug 6, 2019

Lights inside Lower wall in kitchen

Stephanie Ongena Munley added this to House update 2019Mar 11, 2019

way too modern for us but i like the light and lively feel

lynnecherry added this to Our homeFeb 22, 2019

Love the retro kitchen, it's light and happy.

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