A PHOTOGRAPHER’S TEXAS HOME INSPIRED BY TRAVELS

Inspired by her travels all over the world, photographer Kate Zimmerman built her dream house completely new in Texas, USA. But despite that it is brand new, the architecture is rooted in history and inspired by the photographer’s travels to Mexico, Portugal, and Peru and the traditional homes she saw there. Thick, textural walls and rustic wooden beams place this house somewhere between Mexico and the Mediterranean. To Domino Kate tells: “The goal of the space was to focus on complementing the surrounding hill country landscape by framing it in big, picture windows in every room, and using simple but warm, textural decor.” The photographer likes to go to flea markets and search on Craigslist for deals. These finds, combined with furniture that came from her parents’ house in Houston and items collected through travel, give the house a personal and unique feel. Some vintage rugs and cushions (you can find similar here) add color to a mostly neutral palette. You can read the full story about this beautiful home on Domino.

Credits & source: images by K. Zimmerman | via Domino.

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  1. Lovely!

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