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    CELEBRATING INSPIRATIONAL DESIGN AND PERSONAL STYLE

    InspIrIng DesIgn For every roomWho Is Clara DrIsColl?

    Fortuny FabrIC

  • The variety of design styles in this issue may not seem to have a common thread. They are described in many ways, from elegant vintage to contemporary to European country, but their commonality lies in the methods in which they were created. Each project included teams who fulfilled the desires and tastes of their clients and respected the existing property with which they had to work.

    Our cover home is a case in point. This beautiful, restful retreat near Wimberley is the culmination of talented professionals and a homeowner who knew exactly what she wanted. Far from standard in Hill Country homes are fanciful, floral window treatments, however, they are perfect in this casually elegant country getaway designed by architect

    Rick Burleson and built by Schmidt Custom Homes. Another extraordinarily talented team who love what they do is Katie and Jeff Bullard of Avenue B Development. The Bullards, who have

    over recent years garnered much praise for their historic restorations, are able to see beyond the ruin of a once loved but now forgotten home to create stunning transformations. The latest renovation of a Texas Queen Anne Victorian in the Robertson Hill neighborhood of Austin is the perfect combination of original character and modern day livability.

    In San Antonios Olmos Park, architect Lyndsay Thorn of Thorn Graves and designer Mary McNelis transformed a 1932 home by reconfiguring rooms and adding beautiful finishes inspired by the colors of European country estates but with clean and classic lines. The result is a more efficient home for a family of five.

    In Wimberley, a state-of-the-art recording studio is disguised as a beautiful Hill Country estate and provides an inspirational setting for recording artists and the public during monthly concerts. Blue Rock Artist Ranch and Studio is the result of combined talents. Architect Lou Kimball, builder Grady Burnette, and owners Billy and Dodee Crockett, whose lifelong experiences in the music industry and love of this particular magical piece of land, have created a musical haven for all to experience.

    At El Monumento in Georgetown, you might forget you arent in a quaint, colonial Mexican town enjoying simple dishes made from the freshest ingredients, and thats the point. The architecture, landscaping and menu were all inspired by the remote ranches and haciendas of South Texas and Mexico, and follow the locally sourced principles as the restaurateurs other establishments, Monument Caf and Monument Market.

    Two turn-of-the-century women of the same name made lasting impressions one in Texas history and the other in the exquisite artistry of Tiffany lamps. Both Clara Driscolls were ahead of their time and marched bravely into areas that, at the time, were defined as a mans territory.

    Another pair of pioneers, this time in the food industry, are Central Texas chefs David Garrido of Garridos Restaurant and Bar in Austin and Jesse T. Perez of Arcade Midtown Kitchen in San Antonio. Both, having attained great success in well-known, high-end establishments, chose to venture out on their own and create their own signature restaurants.

    Texas has a long history of tall tales and many of them include a dearly departed who refuses to depart. There are numerous opportunities statewide to investigate the paranormal or to just enjoy a really good history lesson.

    We hope you find design inspiration, room by room.

    Trisha Doucette & Leslie Woods, editors

    P.S. Find us on Facebook at: facebook.com/urbanhomemags

    On The Cover:

    An otherwise masculine house, with local stone, rough sawn beams and reclaimed pieces of wood, is balanced with the homeowners selection of vintage fabrics and collectibles, and a love of romantic, English cottage-style dcor. Page 22

    Scan to view more features of this home.

    From the editors

    8 URBAN HOME AUSTIN SAN ANTONIO urbanhomemagazine.com

  • 2013 | VOL. 8 | NO. 5

    PublisherLouis Doucette

    EditorsTrisha Doucette and Leslie Woods

    Contributing EditorsCathy Coneway ABOR

    Catrina Kendrick Catrinas Ranch InteriorsJohn Martin Austin NARI

    Justin Bravo NARI San Antonio

    Contributing WritersClaudia Alarcon, Jackie Benton, Michelle Burgess, Julie Catalano,

    Mauri Elbel, Ashley Festa, Ellen Millard, Dana W. Todd

    Strategic Media PlacementDiane Purcell

    Advertising SalesSandy Weatherford

    Gerry Lair

    PhotographyLindsay Cavanaugh, Leigh Christian, Christopher Davison,

    Tre Dunham, Ryann Ford, Casey Fry, Sunni Hammer, Thomas McConnell, Tristan Rhodes,

    Trish McCabe Rawls, Billy Spencer

    Design and ProductionTim Shaw The Shaw Creative

    Printing and Direct MailSmithPrint

    Phone512.385.4663, Austin - 210.410.0014, San Antonio

    Fax830.981.8887

    Business Office4714 Cambridge / Sugar Land, Texas 77479

    Sales Office10036 Saxet Drive / Boerne, Texas 78006

    Emaillouisd@urbanhomemagazine.com

    Website www.urbanhomemagazine.com

    Urban Home Magazine Austin-San Antonio is published by Big City Magazines of Austin, LLC. Advertising rates available upon request. All rights reserved by copyright. No part of this publication may be reproduced in whole or in part without the express written consent from publisher. Every effort is made to assure accuracy of the information contained herein. However, the publisher cannot guarantee such accuracy. Advertising is subject to errors, omissions and or other changes without notice. Mention of any product or service does not constitute endorsement from Urban Home Magazine. The information contained in this publication is deemed reliable from third party sources, but not guaranteed. Urban Home Magazine does not act as an agent for any of the advertisers in this publication. It is recommended that you choose a qualified remodeling, home furnishings or home improvement firm based on your own selection criteria. Urban Home Magazine, does not act as an agent for any of the realtors or builders in this publication. It is recommended that you choose a qualified realtor to assist you in your new home purchase.

    Urban Home Magazine will not knowingly accept advertising for real estate that is a violation of the Fair Housing Act. All real estate advertising in Urban Home Magazine, is subject to the Fair Housing Act that states We are pledged to the letter and spirit of U.S. policy for the achievement of equal housing opportunity throughout the nation. We encourage and support an affirmative advertising and marketing program in which there are no barriers to obtaining housing because of race, color, religion, sex, handicap, familial status or national origin.

    Copyright 2013 by Urban Home Magazine. All Rights Reserved.

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  • Contents

    cover22 Romantic Country Dream Photography by Casey Fry

    featured homes30 Special Addition Photography by Casey Fry36 Rearranging Spaces Photography by Trish McCabe Rawls

    highlights46 Feathering That First Nest48 The Timeless Shutter50 The New Market72 25 Designer Tips

    departments

    Design Trends42 Room for Music

    Commercial Design52 Escape to El Monumento

    Great Design56 The Two Claras

    Elements60 Fortuny Fabric

    Why This Space Works 68 Designer Spotlight: Robin Colton

    Food Design74 Well Seasoned, On Their Own

    Fabulous Finds

    78 Haunted Tours of Texas

    Essentials62 New Products: Fabrics66 New Products: Black & White

    Contributing Editors63 Cathy Coneway, ABOR64 John Martin, Austin NARI & Justin Bravo, NARI San Antonio

    82 Advertiser Index

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