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1127 Lott Avenue, Austin, TX 78721

The vision for 1127 Lott was derived from an aspiration of creating a neo-modern home that would use materials that were both contemporary and environmentally aware. This striking look, “natural modern,” happens to blend influence from both perspectives. The facades of this beautiful house are painted with subtle green hues that change in darkness depending on the trim, vertical, and horizontal elements. This monochromatic technique, provides a sharp, modern look putting viewers to awe with pleasing tones and shades. When entering, the white tile flooring brightens the environment inside. This flooring also is set in an astonishing pattern that interests the eye. The kitchen provides relief to the facades by matching the subtle green represented on natural wood cabinets. The Quartz countertops provide a rather unique look to the kitchen, bringing a raw, industrial-like quality to the home. The bathrooms, the other high-impact areas, are embedded with a linen-texture ceramic tile providing a new look to a vintage nod. The bathroom in the cabinets also use the same identity as those in the kitchen in order to match the whole persona of the house. The plumbing and lighting fixtures are all nickel to add simplicity. They provide the perfect touch to this clean, neo-modern look.

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