A traditional builder spec home turned into a sophisticated home with clean lines. NLA used the latest tile products and incorporated them into a one-of-a-kind design. Each of the five bathrooms has its own unique personality. The kitchen and breakfast area create a “wow” factor for the downstairs with the use of textures and colors. The clients absolutely love their home in Spanish Oaks.
Rob Roy Home
This Rob Roy house was a diamond in the rough! Our team removed walls and added walls to not only open the space in the kitchen, but also define the space in the master bath. The combination of textures with tile and countertops, as well as flooring, give this award winning interior design a sophisticated look.
Two busy doctors wanted a soothing master bath that worked for their hectic schedule. The shower was expanded and looked even bigger by allowing the Caesarstone surface to flow from the countertop, down to the tub and through the shower. Two separate sink/cabinet areas were designed to answer their needs. Lighting was addressed so as not to disturb one another in the early hours of the morning.
2nd Home - Downtown Condo
The design of this downtown condo began with the replacement of the Level 1 kitchen granite to a Level 6 “Blue Bahia.” The color palette was then established by NLA. The rug followed along with “Hill Country Memory” custom art painted by a local artist, Julie Fritz. NLA turned a desk into a fabulous bar with a backsplash of 2 x 8 inch glass tiles running vertically to the ceiling. Our clients from Houston wanted a place to entertain with an “Austin vibe,” and Next Level Austin delivered just that.
Wine Enthusiast Downtown Condo
Another downtown client with a second home in Austin! Next Level Austin gutted both bathrooms and enhanced the kitchen with new lighting, the latest bar front material, Du Château noir wood covering, and a horizontal glass backsplash in a gorgeous teal to accent the cherry cabinets. NLA turned the master bedroom into an oasis by adding built-ins that wrap an awkward wall, custom wall-to-wall draperies, headboard and nightstands. The fabrics in a combination of greens, limes and teal bring in the lake views. Our final touch involved taking a coat closet in the entry and turning it into a custom wine refrigerator. Wine racks were added down the hallway to store the extra bottles. Our wine connoisseurs were delighted with the outcome.
From “French Country” to modern/transitional…..Upon entering this Tarrytown home, you had a view corridor into the kitchen. NLA closed the opening and created a wine bar in the adjoining hallway. The original master bath felt closed-in. We opened up the space to include the dressing area and then created a “spa” feel with marble and glass throughout. What a change!
Another Tarrytown gem that was taken down to the studs. Our first observation was that the circular staircase in the entry (that gave access to the garage below) was not working. The flow of the house was not conduscive to entertaining. We were able to create a “french country” feel in the kitchen by adding a seven foot island (that no one thought could fit), a wine grotto, a wall of brick that wrapped into an open pantry and housed a hidden elevator . . .so open, warm and sunny with gorgeous accents throughout. A true transformation!
Next Level transformed a Clarkesville home into an upscale, yet charming space with a European flair. Our client is from Britain and she wanted to preserve the integrity of the home. Next Level Austin did just that with furnishings, custom window treatments, lighting, painting and new built-ins in the kitchen/living room area. Porcelain flooring tile was added in the kitchen and an Alysse Edwards backsplash was added to complete the look. The second phase of the remodel involved creating a bedroom fit for a queen! An antique dresser was faux painted and a painting was re-framed. This painting set the color palette for the bedroom as well as the master bath. A walk-in shower replaced a giant tub and the pictures speak for themselves. Creams and mauves with rich chocolate accents …..Our client wouldn’t change a thing.
This project was love at first sight. From the first glance, this home was the perfect canvas—from the incredible views to the original open floor plan. We were staring at unlimited potential, and we at Next Level Austin recognized it immediately. We were given four months to transform this gem. We installed new stained “vino tinto” maple wood floors to blend with the current wood trim and added luxurious patterned stain master nylon carpet in the game room. We enlarged and created a stunning wet bar upstairs with a beautiful vintage studio glass backsplash to enhance the new brown antique granite. French Magnum pendants were added as well. Our design included creating a new master bath with “his and her” space that captures the eye. The Caesarstone countertops combined with gray and white honed marble (with a polished porcelain mix), give the new owners a spa feel. We refurbished the kitchen with gorgeous colors, stainless pendants, stainless appliances and porcelain floors. We redesigned the master bedroom fireplace with a split-faced travertine mosaic and media equipment above. We added new dramatic light fixtures such as a polished chrome ribbon light over the master bath and an oil rubbed bronze Dephine fixture in the dining room, as well as wave ceiling fans in the study and master bedroom.
South Austin Home
A South Austin home gutted and transformed ….The owners wanted a downtown vibe but didn’t want to move. NLA did just that with a “one-of-a-kind” marble for the new kitchen island along with striking pendants above. The striped 12 x 24 porcelain tile used for the fireplace completed the “great room” design along with a 42 inch high glass wall which defines the eating area. The kitchen was moved to the front of the house with windows that face a fountain/seating area. Next Level Austin designed the exterior space to welcome visitors while still maintaining a sense of privacy. Before the remodel, walls divided the galley kitchen, dining and living areas, blocking views and making it feel cramped. These walls were removed creating plenty of space to entertain!
Our Lakeway clients wanted us to complete the interior design for their living room, dining room, breakfast area, entry and master bedroom. The master bedroom began with a wallpaper that looks like cork. Custom nightstands were built, new luxurious carpet was added and custom bedding completed this glamorous bedroom.
Various Befores & Afters
Look at some of these amazing transformations from past projects.