Walter Street

Austin Interior Design – Kitchen, Bathroom Remodel, Library Addition

Originally a 1980’s U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development home in East Austin, we shined this diamond in the rough until it sparkled in a minimal maximalist style.

We achieved this by focusing on colors, materials and form. Minimal design embellishments were carried out in the remodeling process and interior design plan to lend a polished and updated appearance. A custom designed bookcase following the form of the pitched ceiling was painted teal to further emphasize the interior shape. Terrazzo-like concrete was diamond polished to elevate the design further. Our method of color blocking instead of pulling out colors from patterns served us well in pulling the whole space together.

The kitchen and bathrooms were also fully gutted and redesigned following the same mindset of letting the materials and forms speak for themselves.

We feel lucky for the opportunity to have had Rue Magazine publish this gorgeous Austin interior design project. The living room was in both Elle Decor and Architectural Digest as part of Loloi’s Rugs for the Original Ad Campaign.

Interested in starting an interior design project of your own? For rates and availability please call or text us at (512) 705-7864, or email us at sarah@sarahstaceydesign.com.