Absolutely stunning farmhouse style home nestled on Lake Travis, Texas

This farmhouse style home was designed by , located in Angel Bay a gated, waterfront community located in Spicewood on the south shore of Lake Travis, Texas. This beautiful home offers plenty of warmth and character throughout its charming interiors. Material elements of reclaimed wood beams on the ceiling and rustic wood flooring, along with stone and venetian plaster walls adds to the overall inviting feel of this exquisitely designed residence. Have a look below for the rest of the home tour…

What We Love: This warm and inviting farmhouse style home is exquisite in every detail. We are just loving the heavy use of wood to infuse warmth and character, along with the beautiful furnishings, fixtures and accessories. Every room is warm and cozy, inviting you to relax and enjoy all that this decadent home has to offer… Readers, what do you think of the styling of this home on Lake Travis? Please share your back in the Comments below!

Note: Want to see more farmhouse-inspired home designs? Have a look through our farmhouse category for all the home tours that we have featured in this style.

Above: In the kitchen, dual islands feature stone countertops of antique limestone.

Above: The light fixtures above the island are the Bellamy Lanterns from “Currey and Company.” The basksplash behind the stove is by  Tabarka. The walls are a custom venetian plaster and cabinets are also a custom color + glaze.

Above: In the powder bathroom, the ceiling features exquisite detailing. It is a printed then hand painted design on an engineered wood tile. Made to look like some very old tiles the designer had found. The floor tile is Belgian Bluestone. For the vanity, it is an antique stone sink that was found. A custom cabinet was fabricated for it to sit on, along with a custom skirt. 

Above: In the master bedroom, the nightstands are from Habersham. The ottoman is a custom piece from a local upholsterer in Austin. It features a beautiful design on it out of nailheads. Grounding the space is a neutral area rug made by Loloi. 

Above: The lights in the bathroom are from Currey and Co. The clawfoot soaking tub was purchased at Ferguson’s. The designer selected a custom color for the exterior of the tub.

Above: The flooring in this bedroom is antique wood flooring.

Above: The queen beds of this guest bedroom were sourced from Old Biscayne.

Above: The wallpaper used in this bathroom is by Phillip Jefferies.

Photos: Adam Barbe

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It’s to bad that beautiful living room is spoiled with the TV over the fireplace. Ruined the entire room .