It's all in the details....
This is a unique concept…drawn from historical regional influences to create a residence for shared ownership.
Fredericksburg, Texas is known for its rich German heritage and craftsmanship, which drove the collection of buildings on the site overlooking the rolling hills. The architecture provided the backdrop for a different experience in each building, since it was designed to speak to the setting and feel as if each were built in a different time.
Because the area is known for cabinet making, it was important to incorporate that element into the interiors, but with a modern interpretation. In the Great Room, cabinets integrated the TV and bookshelf flanking the fireplace to match the scale of the room.
Some of the project details included a painting over the fireplace and a collection of historic building sketches which were commissioned to local artists. In the Dog Trot guestrooms, the design for both suites are very similar except each had its own personality through color scheme and local photography. Materials throughout were chosen for their classic design vernacular, including native oak wood floors, painted woodwork, polished chrome fixtures, and white linens.
The result of the design is an inviting, comfortable vacation home for the multiple owners and their guests to enjoy the hill country lifestyle.
Project Team: Boot Ranch, Don McDonald Architects, Centurion Custom Homes, & Meriwether Co.