Natalie Howe Design
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Natalie Howe is the owner and designer of Natalie Howe Design. A graduate from Texas A&M, she went on to attend UCLA Interior Design School. A daughter of a military family, Natalie contributes her design sensibilities from her travels and her ease of communicating to living in different cultures. She's won local, regional and national awards for her work, been published on MSN.com, the HGTV.com design blog and Tribeza in Austin, Texas. Her specialty is to take outdated and inefficient kitchens and transform them into a beautiful, highly functional space. She offers a variety of design packages to ensure a simple and efficient experience for her clients.

Services Provided
Art Selection, Bathroom Design, Bedroom Design, Color Consulting, Custom Built-ins, Custom Furniture, Dining Room Design, Entry Design, Floor Plans, Furniture Selection, Home Office Design, Home Theater Design, Interior Design, Kitchen Design, Kitchen Remodeling, Laundry Room Design, Living Room Design, Mudroom Design, Playroom Design, Project Management, Space Planning, Remodeling, Interior Space Planning, Window treatments, Bathroom Remodel

Areas Served
Austin, Barton Creek, Bee Cave, Buda, Hays, Rollingwood, West Lake Hills, Horseshoe Bay, New Braunfels, Rosedale, Clarksville

Certifications and Awards
NARI residential kitchen design award
Austin Based Award Winning Interior Designer
Best of Houzz 2015-2018!

Contact: Natalie Howe
Location: Austin, TX 78739
Typical Job Costs: $40,000 - 150,000+
Cost varies depending on the scope of a project as each project is customized per the client's design needs.
Commented: what kind of flooring is this? The floors are a White Oak.
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Commented: Kraftmaid Cabinets, pay in full when placing order? There are sooooooo many factors to consider when reading reviews. I have no stock or vested interest in Kraftmaid - it's simply my opinion based on my experience. That said, I would upgrade to an all ...
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Commented: What's missing in this master bedroom? Perhaps think about hardwiring a sconce on both sides of the bed. Something that provides some visual interest and serves a practical purposes. That will also give height to the room. (examples below)...
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Commented: Help with color! Greige (cross between gray and beige) won't be cold though. Love Revere Pewter. Always a greige winner!
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Commented: Front door color Hi! First, I love your house. The window boxes with all of the sweet potato vine look amazing and I love how the sidewalk curves. Very cute! Curious why you'd like to do pink? Without squelching your ...
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Commented: Bachlor pad needs an update! Lots of great ideas already mentioned. I agree with the rug - great place to start. Then build from there - window treatments, an accent wall (perhaps this is the TV wall - different paint color), cof...
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