Jenna Barton Interior Design brought moody vibes to this Austin home remodel with the help of heirloom furniture and the homeowner’s own art. Inspired by the gestural and earthy paintings of Tyler Guinn, Jenna created a home that subtly reflects the mood of the family within — laid-back and undoubtedly cool. See exactly how she did it in the photos below.
From the designer…When local artist Tyler Guinn and his wife Natalie reached out to us about taking on their new home remodel in northwest Austin, we couldn’t wait to jump in. Our whole team is a big fan of Tyler’s work and we knew designing this home would be so much fun. Tyler and Natalie’s collection of art and family heirlooms were the starting point for our design inspiration and the ultimate goal was to make this house a place of peace and refuge for them and their two boys. We carefully curated several vintage and antique items for their home as the Guinn family loves pieces with a story to tell. The Roundtop Antique Festival was a big source for us as larger pieces; their dining table and hutch were both bought from there. One of the most fun aspects of this project was getting to showcase Tyler’s artwork. Every room contains several of his pieces and we couldn’t think of a more personal way to make this home their own.
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