Custom Homes of Texas: Waxahachie
This beautiful home designed by Ambrose Furniture Works bring old-world Italian elegance to Texas. They display a stunning collection of unique antiques that seamlessly blend sophistication, history, and practicality. A custom-made backsplash, custom mixed paint colors, and hand-hewn wooden beams give life to the homeowners' vision of a dream custom home.
Custom Homes of Texas: Frio Cañon
With their kids growing older, these homeowners wanted a new space to call their own. With help from David Dalgleish, the original builder, they added a master suite that incorporated the minimalistic style found throughout the home. Common elements include reclaimed wood beams from Vermont, white shiplap, and clean lines. A bridge made of steel and glass connects the parents’ oasis to the main house.
Custom Homes of Texas: Tomball
These Tomball homeowners sought a timeless design, inspired in part by the beautiful Texas Hill Country. Eklektik Interiors worked with them to create a breathtaking home in neutral shades that still stand out. The use of varying textures ties together the organic feel throughout the home.
Custom Homes of Texas: Bellville
It was an episode of the popular Texas-based show Fixer Upper that served as a springboard for the entire home’s design. Homeowner Bailey was watching an episode of Fixer Upper when saw her dream kitchen in the show. When she started working with Bellville-based Republic Custom Builders designer Lisa Myers, she knew for a fact it was the kitchen she wanted, and the show served as inspiration for the home.
Custom Homes of Texas: Austin
Having lived in their Austin neighborhood for 20 years, Frank and Tara West jumped at the opportunity to build their custom home in a new development within the same area. A realtor by trade, Tara knew exactly how she wanted to have her four bedroom, four-and-a-half bathroom, 4,100-square-foot home laid out and what would make it function in the best possible way.
Custom Homes of Texas: Houston
A small community outside of Houston is just the right place for homeowner Darlene Sauvageau and her family. Close to town and work, the homeowner’s neighborhood is within walking distance of the grocery store, school, and a variety of shops. Originally intended as a short-term property, the house has been transformed into a beautiful 3,400-square-foot custom home with five bedrooms and three bathrooms.
Custom Homes of Texas: Austin Retreat Within the Trees
With the desire to find seclusion within the city, Pam Currie and her husband Kenneth looked at a neighborhood in Austin that held childhood memories for both of them. Tucked away at the end of a private road community, the Curries decided to build their four-bedroom, five-and-a-half-bathroom, 4,221-square-foot home on an existing lot.
Custom Homes of Texas: Pool Edition
Bought with a future pool in mind, Sean Hawthorne and his family chose their specific lot just outside of College Station on which to build their home due to the thirteen-foot drop in the grading of the backyard. Sean, who is known as ‘The Pool Guy,’ has been building and designing pools for 35 years, and wanted to create a one-of-a-kind pool to compliment his five bedroom, five-and-a-half bathroom, 6,000-square-foot custom home.