Classic clean lines intertwined with mid-century finds results in a very linear New Southern Vibe!!! I am thrilled to share this downtown Austin, TX loft belonging to a tech guru who recently topped INC magazine charts for his speedy growth. I'm excited to share this shoot with you on MyDomaine, as designer Allison Crawford totally hit the vintage bullseye, literally. (Did you see the fun dart board accent in the living room?)
Combining mid-century furniture finds with eclectic art and accessories, Allison strikes a perfect balance of classic meets cool. For the shoot, we asked Nashville artist Angela Simeone to create a custom large scale commission, which you'll see hanging as a statement piece in the living area. I placed a variety of greenery throughout the loft to pump some life into the space, sprinkled neutral accessories to ensure visual consistency and I styled the coffee table with fresh limes and an open art book to add an element of intrigue and proof of life.
I also want to highlight the waterfall island in the kitchen, which is a great way to make major design impact. It's not actually marble; instead, it's a great marble alternative called Dekton. This is a great alternative for countertops and surfaces as it's durable, non-porous, and attractive. And in the bedroom, Allison dressed the bed with Parachute linens, a favorite line and one that will ensure a crisp look without sacrificing comfort.