House Tour: Inside this Austin home with a maximalist makeover

This two-story home has recently undergone a complete transformation by Ashby Collective, located in the Westlake neighborhood of Austin, Texas.

Each room was turned into an artful space with loads of character. The project team gave this 5,800-square-foot residence the maximalist wow factor the homeowners desired.

Maximalism is a design style that focuses on a more-is-more philosophy.

The team used a dark and stormy paint color on the ceiling (Tulsa Twilight Benjamin Moore) to tie in with the wallpaper and marble checkered flooring.

The music room’s checkered tile floor extends out through a wall of steel and glass to the outdoor patio with stunning views of the mountain-side and the skyline of the city of Austin in the distance. 

Bistra is Eastern European and loved the idea of building in old world references — so the design team considered the steel accents to act less in a modern way but more of a nod to a worldly solarium. 

Pattern and texture are carried through in the kitchen’s stone hood vent. This was an especially strong statement and really came into play after the clients fell in love with the Silver Wave Marble slab.

The bespoke dining set is topped with dramatic lighting– Pair of Pearl Necklaces Pendant by Ludovic Clément d’Armont. The flooring is white oak.

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