June 6, 2013
Modern tiny house facade.

Brett Zamore calls the Houston house he designed for David Kaplan the Shot-Trot because it fuses two regional housing types: the shotgun and the dogtrot. Photo by Misty Keasler.

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Almost every element of the interior—from the kitchen cabinetry to the art on the walls—was created by Dollahite himself.

Almost every element of the interior of Blake Dollahite's Austin, Texas home—from the kitchen cabinetry to the art on the walls—was created by Dollahite himself. Photo by Misty Keasler.

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Sitting room in Texas studio.

The sitting room at the Farley Studio in Cleburne, Texas, is just a small example of the many ways in which the studio has incorporated modern design into its rural environment. Photo by Jack Thompson.

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Modern bedroom with wooden floors.

Thomas Bercy’s austere Austin, Texas, bedroom. Photo by Denise Prince Martin.

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Allison Orr stands in the kitchen; the new half of her renovated Austin, Texas, house is behind her. Photo by Jack Thompson.

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Modern tiny house facade.

Brett Zamore calls the Houston house he designed for David Kaplan the Shot-Trot because it fuses two regional housing types: the shotgun and the dogtrot. Photo by Misty Keasler.

Photo by Misty Keasler.

From an ‪environmentally‬ conscious structure in Houston to a contemporary farmhouse in Cleburne, these homes in the Lone Star State show that Texas is just as much a modern design hub as it is a haven for barbecue and football. Interested in more stately design? Check out some of of our favorite homes in California and New York.

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