OUR SPRING CONDO PROJECT IS FEATURED IN THE SPRING 2016 EDITION OF AUSTIN HOME MAGAZINE.
 

An excerpt from Austin Home Magazine:
Midcentury modern. Hollywood Regency. Traditional. Ecletic. Those are some common types of interior design styles, but none of those describes the decor in the downtown Austin condominium unit that belongs to Jay and Pam Shultz. Pam, instead, uses another phrase: Texas glam. And what is Texas glam exactly? "A little luxury" she says. "Yet I want to know I'm in a condo in Austin. 

"One of the reasons we used that wood wall was that it's such a conversation piece." Quick says. "What's this? It's art on its own".  -Kari Quick

The interior of the unit on the 41st floor of the Spring Condominium building definitely accomplishes that. The work of their interior designer Kari Quick (of KQ Design), the design mixes textures  with a little bit of glitz, producing a handsome unit. 

The focal point of the condo is a wall in the dining area that is covered in reclaimed wood from an old shipping crate. About 10 percent of that wood has a high-gloss sheen, and the result is a wall that, like the rest of the unit, is a real eye-catcher. "One of the reasons we used that wood wall was that it's such a conversation piece." Quick says. "What's this? It's art on its own". 

Want more? Peek inside the Spring Condo.
And for the full article, head on over to Austin Home Magazine.