Paula Ables Interiors
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Lake Austin Contemporary

This Lake Austin Contemporary house is located in the back of Steiner Ranch with a beautiful view of Lake Austin and the bird sanctuary across the lake.
This client was getting ready to retire and looking for a climate/living change. Moving from the great state of Alaska to the beautiful shores of Lake Austin would do the trick. The house is designed as an open floor plan with entertaining and comfort being two of the key words for the client. The Living Room is equipped with floor to ceiling windows to give you the feeling of being outside in nature while enjoying the comfortable surroundings inside. To keep with this theme, hardwood floors and natural stone are found throughout the house to compliment the outside surroundings.
Project Cost: $1,000,001 - $1,500,000
Country: United States
Zip Code: 78732
Others who worked on this project: LaRue Architects
Lake Austin Contemporary
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The open plan in this Living/Dining/Kitchen combination area is great for entertaining family and friends while enjoying the view. Photoraphed by: Coles Hairston Architect: James LaRue
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Lake Austin Contemporary
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The dining room enjoys a wonderful connection through steel windows with the courtyard that is shared with the detached Guest Casita. Photographed by: Coles Hairston Architect: James LaRue
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Lake Austin Contemporary
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The living room was designed to be comfortable, functional and stylish! The vibrant furniture compliments the colorful tapestry above the fireplace. Photograhped by: Coles Hairston Architect: James LaRue
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This spacious Master Bath is a spa-like retreat for the homeowners. Brown wall tiles create a warm and inviting feel while the natural light and use of mirrors keep the space bright and airy. Photographed by: Coles Hairston Architecture by: James LaRue
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The large soaking tub and vanity space takes advantage of the natural light and relaxing view of the outdoors. Photographed by: Coles Hairston Architect: James LaRue
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Lake Austin Contemporary
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The Powder Room just off of the main living area is a secret jewel! The green onyx counters are lit from underneath to create a warm glow that compliments the brushed nickel hardware and capiz shell pendants. Photographed by: Coles Hairston Architect: James LaRue
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Lake Austin Contemporary
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This kitchen is made for cooking and entertaining! The walnut cabinets paired with the striking quartzite counters create a magnetizing space for the homeowners and guests to gather. Photographed by: Coles Hairston Architect: James LaRue
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Lake Austin Contemporary
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This kitchen design is simple & contemporary. The large window at the sink provides a direct connection to the beautiful lake beyond and provides natural light for the entire kitchen. Photographed by: Jacob Bodkin. Architect: James LaRue
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Lake Austin Contemporary
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This contemporary kitchen brings nature indoors with oak wood floors and white quartzite countertops. The stainless steel appliances and subway tiles provide modern, yet functional accents. Photographed by: Jacob Bodkin. Architect: James D. LaRue Architects.
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Lake Austin Contemporary
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An open floor plan with high ceilings and large windows adds to the contemporary style of this home. The view to the outdoors creates a direct connection to the homes outdoor living spaces and the lake beyond. Photo by Jacob Bodkin. Architecture by James LaRue Architects.
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A large kitchen island with white quartzite countertops next to a stainless steel stove is a chef's dream. The warm pendant lighting combined with the walnut cabinets and brown tile create a welcoming ambiance, just as the client requested. Photo by: Jacob Bodkin. Architecture by: James LaRue Architects.
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Lake Austin Contemporary
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In order to accommodate homeowners who love to cook and host guests, this kitchen was thoughtfully designed to be functional, yet contemporary and sleek. Photographed by: Jacob Bodkin. Architecture by: James D. LaRue Architects
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Lake Austin Contemporary
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The client wanted interiors that would compliment the beautiful lake views outside. Brown subway tiles with walnut cabinets and shelving create a clean and simple style that still feels modern and inviting. Photographed by: Jacob Bodkin Architect: James LaRue
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Lake Austin Contemporary
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The pool and spa are located directly off the main living areas. Photographed by: Coles Hairston Architect: James LaRue
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Lake Austin Contemporary
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This beautiful Master Bedroom has a view of the pool area as well as Lake Austin. The bright, happy color of the room is a joy to wake up to each day. Photographed by: Coles Hairston Architect: James LaRue
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This bright, happy room is the owners sewing room that transforms into a guest bedroom. Photographed by: Coles Hairston Architecture by: James LaRue
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The wall bed with night stands and floating shelves, by California Closets, creates a multi-functional room for the owner. Photographed by: Coles Hairston Architect: James LaRue
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This guest bedroom transforms into the quilters dream sewing room when there are no guests. The custom wall bed is equipped with a special quilters panel that can be rolled up when not in use. Photograhped by: Jacob Bodkin Architect: James LaRue
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This sewing room transformers into a guest bedroom when needed. The flexibility of this space makes it a snap to transition from quilters dream sewing room to a comfortable room for visiting guests. Photograhped by: Jacob Bodkin Architect: James LaRue
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