Before and After: WestEnd Lofts

A couple of days ago I posted a little mini tour of the WestEnd Lofts that I’ve given my life to over the past two months. Well today, because I know how much I love it when people post before and afters, here are some to give you a real sense of what one of these units looks like bare, and what it looks like with what I like to call, the magic touch. Many thanks to the designer,Nadia Geller who’s been teaching me a whole lot. So behold:







These are just of the main sales space. If you like, I’ll post more of the other units over the next couple of days!

19 Responses to “Before and After: WestEnd Lofts”

  1. I love, love, love them! Beautiful!

  2. stacy di says:

    yes! post more…love the amazing transformation…

  3. Kim Nelson says:

    I get your RSS feed, and when my inbox indicates a new post I actually get a little giddy. Your blog is better than any print magazine available today. You inspire and entertain.Cannot wait to see more "Loft."

    Thank you.

    Kim Nelson

  4. laure says:

    Awww, thanks everyone!

    @kim–that was so sweet, you made my day!

  5. elmer369 says:

    I love how blue makes an appearance in every room so far! That wallpaper in the bathroom is to die for!

  6. Eden says:

    The transformation is absolutely stunning.

  7. Carolyn says:

    Omg Laure – what a fabulous transformation!! Merci beaucoup for sharing pics, and yes, please share more when you can.

    Oh and if you're ever in Austin, can you come redecorate my apartment? ;-)

  8. erica says:

    thanks for posting these. i just bought at the barker block and i'd love to see more pics of other units for inspiration.

  9. SparkerShop says:

    I would love to see more photos!

    I live in another Kor development, Molino Street lofts, and sometimes find it hard to wrap my head around the large open space. So many of the lofts published in magazines are so minimal, which is great, but it's just not my style.

    Did you work on the Molino model loft as well?

  10. laure says:

    Wow, Erica that's awesome, I was just there the other day working on more models! I'll post some of those coming up.

    Sparker I haven't worked on the Molino Lofts but the same design principles would apply!

  11. anh-minh says:

    Congrats, Laure, on a job really really well done! These photos – and the ones on AT – are stunning. I'm getting in line behind Carolyn; if you ever take your design talents on the road, come up for a consultation at my house.

    I can't wait to see what you've got lined up next!

  12. Kelly says:

    Best thing I've seen all day. Really great work, thanks for sharing. Where'd you find that great light fixture?

  13. Love how feminine and warm it is but still modern, hip and a little edgy!

  14. Down Pillow says:

    It's such a beautiful space – great job :)

  15. Sus says:

    I always did wish I lived in a loft…

    really great.

  16. moondiva says:

    I love the reflective flooring, what is it?

    Always a pleasure to visit.

  17. marinajayhawk says:

    in the words of liz lemon…i want to go to there. my husband & i live in the marina & were considering taking a look at the west end lofts…your post might have nudged us even more. one question, were the bookshelves custom made for the space or can they be purchased?

  18. Hi friend,

    This is the marvelous post that I have come over after huge searches. I am really thankful to you for providing this unique information about Austin Lofts.

  19. [...] working with Nadia. Not only did we nail a bunch of projects for the Kor Group together (see here, here and here) but it was also the year that Nadia had her baby Sasha. I was really happy to be a part [...]

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