Project by: Sarah Stacey Design
Location: Austin, Texas
This 1960s ranch style home is located in Austin off Shoal Creek on Stardust drive and is owned by a young family with a 5-month-old. The homeowner contacted us before they had even closed on the home. She was pregnant at the time and had always lived with her mother’s things; she wanted her new home to be what she always wanted and to be prepared when baby arrived.
When we started the project, she handed me a scrapbook filled with magazine clippings she had collected over the years of interiors that she loved. This is what I used as inspiration for the project. We worked on the entire home minus the kitchen and bathrooms.
The living features a vintage Boucherouite rug as a wall hanging, a blue velvet sofa and a vintage Milo Baughman brass swivel coffee table.
The master features a vintage bedspread, vintage side tables, geometric rug, gold coin lamps and a brightly colored thrifted piece of artwork.
The nursery bed is placed on the ground in a Montessori style and has a house mural designed by us and painted by the client to help the bed look anchored. When the baby starts crawling and walking around, the dresser will be replaced with child size bookshelves so they can easily reach things.
- Wall color - Wool Skein by Sherwin Williams
- Boucherouite Rug - Etsy
- Coffee Table - Salvation Army
- Dining Chairs - Crate and Barrel
- Dining Table - Burnhardt
- Upholstery Pieces - Cisco Furniture
- Lighting is Arteriors and Currey and Co
- Floor Lamp in living is Arteriors
- Table Lamp in Living is Arteriors
- Black and White squiggle pillow in Living is Urban Outfitters
- Pendant in Nursery is CB2
- Blanket in nursery is Pottery Barn
- Throw Pillow in Nursery was made by the client when she was young
- Beadspread in Master is Vintage
- Rug in Master is Jaipur
- Lamps in Master are Arteriors
- Chandelier in Master is Currey and CO
- Art in Master was a thrift find
- Bedside Tables in Master are vintage
Thanks, Sarah Stacey Design!
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