April 9, 2018

Building with Local, Natural Materials

Part 2 - Mountain Cedar

If you have spent much time in the Texas Hill Country you know about the “cedar trees” that cover its rocky hills. Cedar, actually Ashe Juniper,  is also known as mountain cedar, post cedar, blueberry cedar,...

April 2, 2018

Building with Local, Natural Materials

Part 1 - Limestone

As lovely as the Texas Hill Country is today, with rolling hills, valleys and beautiful views highlighted by rivers, the land was not easy to tame for its founders who, in the early to mid-1800’s, struggled to car...

January 29, 2018

Green home building is more than the new on-trend fad. Along with long-term savings, green homes reduce overall consumption, especially with energy and resources. There are three components to consider for your new build: water, energy, and design.

Water

For years, water...

January 15, 2018

1.  The Hill Country  Pillagers

One of the best parts of living in the hill country is sitting at your dining room table and watching the wildlife. Springtime is the best, as your back porch becomes a viewing room for every colorful bird you can imagine and newborn...

November 21, 2017

5 Things Every Modern Hill Country Home Must Have

1 . AMPLE INDOOR AND OUTDOOR LIVING SPACE

2. USE OF NATURAL, LOCAL MATERIALS

LIMESTONE, CEDAR AND STEEL

3. MODERN LINES THAT FIT INTO TRADITIONAL SURROUNDINGS 

4. WINDOWS, WINDOWS, WINDOWS

5. ABUNDANT ENTERTAINMENT SPACE

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