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When it comes to incorporating artistic elements into home design, for Lieve Saether it's an intrinsic, component of every single project.
San Antonio's visual art scene is strong and diverse, and this reflects not just through its vibrant public art and dozens of galleries dotting the city—local hotels and restaurants have also embraced the scene and promote the arts in many positive ways.
It's always a great time to celebrate the Arts in San Antonio!
Lisa and Geoffrey Webster and family were very happy to have found a home in a highly desired Austin neighborhood — An area in which homes available for sale are extremely limited. Originally built in 2009 in a rather traditional hill country and dark Mediterranean style, the house's aesthetic didn't quite match the family's style, however they decided a remodel was needed to make the home fell entirely theirs.
Austin architect Dianne Kett of DK Studio takes a trip to Charleston, South Carolina to design a lowcountry home fit for sipping iced tea on the porch.
“You walk in this house and it's a masterpiece. But then, of course, we had to make it work for the family, too. So it was intricately designed to be both functional and look like a one-of-a-kind home,” said Jaimie Anand, CEO and Lead Designer for Jaimie Anand Interiors.