Have you picked up the October issue of Dwell yet? It features not one, but two stories focused on Austin's unique and inspiring home design and architecture! More after the jump:
One story features local architect M.J. Neal (who you might remember as the architect of Kim and Paul's Austin Twin Peak house tour) and the ultra-affordable Farley Studio, a 2,430-square-foot live/work space he designed for the artist Kyle Farley in Cleburne, Texas. We bet you'll love this space's simple and streamlined design and we bet you'll be shocked when you learn just how much it cost to make. Check out the story online at Dwell.com.
For a truly inspiring take on the hands-on-approach to home remodel and design, you'll want to read the story of Blake Dollahite and how he transformed a run-down house into a hip Hyde Park bungalow. The photos and drawings will leave you inspired and aching to start remodeling your own house. You can also check out Blake's story on Dwell.com.
[Photo credit: Lone Star photos by Jack Thompson and Salvage Love photos by Misty Keasler]
Adrienne photographs beautiful homes in and around her home base of Austin, Texas. She's a contributor to UPPERCASE Magazine and spends all her free time exploring small town Texas. She watches a lot of Star Trek.
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