Wednesday, May 12, 2010

grain power

The simplicity of this space creates a focus on the incredible wood grain used throughout.
Home of Austin based photographer, Dave Mead shot by Casey Dunn, styled by Creative and Sons for Rare Magazine.

20 comments:

Richie Designs said...

that's my idea of heaven.

I'll take one of those please!

BonjourBruxelles said...

Wowee-zowee. That is one gorgeous home. I'd take that white and wood over my grody wainscoting any day.

Jennie Horn said...

Is this a thinly veiled attempt to keep me from painting my walls? Because it is working.

TERI REES WANG said...

The sleek, smooth moves of the the grain lines, and the white.

Cote de Texas said...

wow - Austin!!!! yowsaw.

LiveLikeYou said...

Simple easygoing streamlined family living. I normally love color but that's so peaceful and "cool"

Jennifer Ament said...

Looks a lot like my kitchen! So yes I LOVE it!

yvonne@designvignettes said...

Nice collection of photos!

Kelly said...

Finally, something that is wood and clean and spare and yet totally rocks me. SO tired with all the images of white walls, distressed wood and chalkboard paint that's everywhere lately. This is NOT that.

jules @ The Diversion Project said...

this place is sooo my cup of tea,love it heaps

[ 3 d b l u r ] said...

I've always found that referencing one design element throughout a program creates a subtle dynamic that the viewer can't quite put their finger on... one just feels good when seeing the space... cool post Megan!

Cristin said...

Such a fun post! Love the images you selected.

xo,
cristin

Gina said...

I love this house. It is beautiful!

Any idea where the picture came from over the bed? I wonder if he took that himself... I want it!

Jessie said...

That bedroom is so dreamy. It's spacious and bright, simple but still full of personal touches. Yum!

Love,
Jessie

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beachbungalow8 said...

I'm not sure where that art is from, Gina. It sort of looks like a photo to me.

Have you checked out alysia cotter's work? she's great and does wonderful beachy photos.

mary said...

Beautiful minimalism--so peaceful.

Laura Casey Interiors said...

love it and LOVE the chalkboard doors.

beachbungalow8 said...

minimalism is not easy to achieve, either. Especially with kids. when done right, it's so soothing.

Brilliant Asylum said...

Now I want to paint everything white. Not that it would make my house look anything like this, but it would be a start.

MB said...

Wow, the house you have featured is beautiful! Thanks for sharing:)

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