Blanco House

The glow of the lantern-like foyer sets the tone for this urban contemporary home. This open floor plan invites entertaining on the main floor, with only ceiling transitions defining the living, dining, kitchen, and breakfast rooms. With viewable outdoor living and pool, extensive use of glass makes it seamless from inside to out.

Published:
Western Art & Architecture, August/September 2012
Austin-San Antonio Urban HOME: February/March 2012 (Cover) - https://issuu.com/urbanhomeaustinsanantonio/docs/uh_febmar_2012

Photo Credit: Coles Hairston

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Wendy Wilson added this to New Living Room29 June 2020

Closer to what I was thinking of around fireplace (the wood panels)

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Enright Architects added this to Chris' ideas17 June 2020

Contemporary Panels - "quarter sawn" look

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Kristen Eichmann added this to Fireplace14 March 2020

Top part of fireplace would be big thick panels with cherry wood. Bottom would be slate tile. then have a thin wood mantle. But mantle should come out far enough to put things on it.

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tatalmeida added this to Fireplace18 January 2020

Combination of wood with something else sounds interesting

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Delaney's Design added this to Giga Lake Home - Inspiration Photos12 January 2020

wood and stone fireplace feature wall

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