Westlake ResidenceContemporary Bathroom, Austin

Nestled between multiple stands of Live Oak trees, the Westlake Residence is a contemporary Texas Hill Country home. The house is designed to accommodate the entire family, yet flexible in its design to be able to scale down into living only in 2,200 square feet when the children leave in several years. The home includes many state-of-the-art green features and multiple flex spaces capable of hosting large gatherings or small, intimate groups. The flow and design of the home provides for privacy from surrounding properties and streets, as well as to focus all of the entertaining to the center of the home. Finished in late 2006, the home features Icynene insulation, cork floors and thermal chimneys to exit warm air in the expansive family room.

Photography by Allison Cartwright

Inspiration for a contemporary freestanding bathtub remodel in Austin with granite countertops and a drop-in sink —  Houzz
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mjrn wrote:Sep 7, 2013
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    Wm. H. Fry Construction Company

    This is a similar sink: Kohler K-2833-0 White DemiLav DemiLav Wading Pool Drop-In Bathroom Sink

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    Cornerstone Architects

    Thank you for reaching out! While we do our best to retain
    as much information as possible for each project, unfortunately we do not
    always have all the details regarding materials/furnishings/sources/costs/etc.
    Often, the builder or interior designer are a great source to provide more
    specifics on these inquiries.

jckublai wrote:Aug 7, 2012
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    Cornerstone Architects
    Gary Raesz Custom Floors here in Austin did the tile in this home
  • Terri Rush
    The tile is Texas limestone with custom fused glass tiles
mstcher wrote:Aug 3, 2015
Brent Koontz wrote:Dec 12, 2014

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Sam Ferris added this to A Step-by-Step Guide to Designing Your Bathroom VanityApr 13, 2016

Drop-in sinks are installed inside a cutout in your countertop. These sinks have lips that rest on top of your counter. While they’re easy to install, dirt and scum can build up in the creases between the sink and counter.

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Woodwork around Windows, wall and ceiling colors

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Woodwork around Windows, wall and ceiling colors

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