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Contemporary home with a rustic twist in a historic Texas neighborhood

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Dado Group in collaboration with David Mills Custom Homes created this newly built contemporary rustic home in a historic neighborhood near the banks of the Guadalupe River, in San Antonio, Texas. Originally drawn to a more traditional aesthetic, the homeowner and design team collaborated extensively.

Collectively the team produced a contextually sensitive residence without sacrificing the family’s needs and desires.  The result: a warm, bright home that respects the history of the neighborhood while balancing the comfort and style of a contemporary home.

Project Team: Architecture: Dado Group | Construction: David Mills Custom Homes | Structural Engineering: Spaulding Structural Engineers | Lighting Design: Joe Kaplan

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Above: The brick on the exterior facade of this home was sourced from Brick Selections in San Antonio. The actual brick is from a company called Old Texas Brick, in the color Smokey Gold Antique. The brackets are natural steel but sealed with Penetrol to keep them from rusting.

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What We Love: This contemporary rustic home offers warm and inviting living spaces thanks to natural light throughout and the materials palette. We are especially loving the stairwell area, wrapped with glass, this is the perfect reading nook space.

Tell Us: What details in the design of this home caught your eye and why in the Comments below!

Note: Have a look at another home tour that we have featured here on One Kindesign in the San Antonio area: Inspiring Malibu-style home with casual living spaces in Texas Hill Country.

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Above: The stairwell area of this contemporary rustic home is about 11’x13′. 

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Above: In the kitchen, the countertop material is quartzite from Delta Granite in San Antonio. The pendant lights suspended over the island are Hinkley Lighting — “frost” is the style. The floors are a 7″ hickory stained with Sikkens natural stain.

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Above: The staircase was custom made on site. The stairs are made of a single steel stringer with steel treads and risers. On the treads is the same hickory flooring as the rest of the house. The railing is horizontal round bars 4″ OC (on-center) with a flat bar on top capped with a custom hickory handrail.

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Above: The patio has two panels of fixed screens as well as a screen door entrance that is not pictured. The spacing is just under 12′. The brand of screens is Phantom Screens. At the end of the patio, the glass wall is a custom store front window.

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Photos: Mark Menjivar

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Joseph Martin Molloy
3 years ago

Is the kitchen table a custom design? Does it have a metal table top?

David Mills
3 years ago

It’s actually an aluminum concrete form that the customer found and had made into a table.