Austin Texas Project: Living Room, Master Room, Guest Room
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Austin Texas Project: Living Room, Master Room, Guest Room

See the Living Room, Master, and Guest Bedrooms of our Austin Texas Project! 

Our clients moved from Southern California to Austin, Texas and had some adjusting to do. Their home had a Texas traditional theme, but they wanted to bring in their California bohemian style. They had a lot of great pieces, really cool style, and a ton of books we had to make room for.
California Bohemian Styled Living Room
California Bohemian Styled Living Room
California Bohemian Styled Living Room with Open Shelf Styling
California Bohemian Styled Living Room with Open Shelf Styling
We covered the walls in the master with dark grasscloth wallpaper, so we chose large furniture pieces in light colors and used a leather lucite bench to keep things warm. We kept things simple and clean by using neutral bedding and one statement throw pillow. We added a modern light and a four poster bed for structure and visual interest.
Moody Bohemian Master Bedroom with Dark Grasscloth Wallpaper, Four Poster Bed, and Modern Lighting
Moody Bohemian Master Bedroom with Dark Grasscloth Wallpaper, Four Poster Bed, and Modern Lighting
Moody Bohemian Master Bedroom with Dark Grasscloth Wallpaper, Four Poster Bed, and Modern Lighting
Moody Bohemian Master Bedroom with Dark Grasscloth Wallpaper, Four Poster Bed, and Modern Lighting
Moody Bohemian Master Bedroom with Dark Grasscloth Wallpaper, Four Poster Bed, and Modern Lighting
The cozy nook was created as a reading area for the client and her kids. It’s perfect for a bedtime story or an afternoon nap.
Cozy Bedroom Reading Nook
Cozy Bedroom Reading Nook
Cozy Bedroom Reading Nook
Our client has collected so many pieces and needed a bookcase to display her treasures. We threw in some McGee & Co. and greenery to liven the space.
Eclectic Bookcase with Collected Display Pieces and Greenery
We really wanted some California in this room. The vintage rug was the most important part, so we pulled the pinks and blues from the rug and incorporated them into the space with the pillows and throw. Our client found the amazing vintage botanical prints at a flea market in Austin! To balance out all the vintage we used simple bedding and modern nightstands. This room needed a desk, so we added a woven chair because it’s got those light and airy bohemian vibes.
Coastal Bohemian Guest Bedroom with Vintage Rug and Botanical Prints
Coastal Bohemian Guest Bedroom with Vintage Rug and Botanical Prints
Coastal Bohemian Guest Bedroom with Vintage Rug and Botanical Prints
Coastal Bohemian Guest Bedroom with Vintage Rug and Botanical Prints
Coastal Bohemian Guest Bedroom with Vintage Rug and Botanical Prints
Woven Chair and Wood Desk in Bohemian Style Desk Area
Woven Chair and Wood Desk in Bohemian Style Desk Area
We styled this little nook with some of our favorite eclectic pieces to create a found look.
Nook with Open Shelf Styling
Nook with Open Shelf Styling
Nook with Open Shelf Styling
Nook with Open Shelf Styling
Nook with Open Shelf Styling

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Studio McGee
  1. Looks so nice, specially the master bedroom with its moody walls. I wonder, why are the nightstands so, so high in proportion to the beds in both bedrooms? Was this done deliberately? Is this actually something that is acceptable in the interior design world? I fear it throws off the overall look :/
    Awesome job, guys, nonetheless. Hope you may answer my concern as I have been seeing this in a few of your projects. Thank you in advance.

    1. Hi Sarah! Thank you! It’s all about personal preference. We could add a box spring and make the bed taller but sometimes clients prefer no box spring so it makes the nightstands a little taller!

  2. Where are all the books? I wouldn’t describe the visible books as a "ton", so I imagine they are hiding in the cabinets?

  3. oh my goodness your stuff is KILLING me soooo good! Do you mind sharing where the sconces are from that are over the day bed? the black and gold ones?

  4. Can you please let me know where you got the chair in the master bedroom and the larger chair in the living room?!

  5. When using whites as the wall colors do you use a complimentary white on the trim and ceiling or the same color in a different sheen. We are redoing our older home that was damaged from a water leak starting in the basement and main floor with upstairs to follow. Ive followed you for a long time and love your style but a painter is coming tomorrow and I am as confused as ever.

  6. Hi there! This is probably so random but I would love to know what your go to color for all over carpeting is? These rooms seem to have a pattern to it. Love that it’s a bit different! Thanks so much! Xoxo

  7. Hi-I’m dying to know where the nights stands in the guest came from. I need them in my life. I clicked them however the link it took me to said page not found. Thank you!

  8. Hi there,

    May I ask the source of the carpet? It looks liek you used the same in all of the bedrooms(?) Can’t tell if its a very light sisal or not. Thanks!

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