Georgia’s "Primitive Modern" Austin Home — House Tour

Also the thick glass circles in the doorway that have little orange figurines—everything from ducks to deer to people. All of her accent pieces are a reflection of her personal style and inspiring career. I bring back. We used them in a Food Wine magazine photo shoot at my house and I had to have them. • Are you a designer/architect/decorator interested in sharing a residential project with Apartment Therapy readers? Spend time giving it all kinds of good energy. It should be a giant vision board that inspires you on a daily basis and serves as a sanctuary. My mind isn’t clear when my space is cluttered. It was a labor of love and a big learning curve but I love how it turned out. Open House Tour

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well as from my dad who does reportage photography


• Vintage shotshell boxes from the 1800s. • HOUSE TOUR ARCHIVE: Check out past house tours here. DINING ROOM

• Deer antler cutting board from


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Thanks, Georgia! Open House Tour

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My Style: Primitive Modern

Inspiration: I host Adventure Getaways for women around the country where we roll up our sleeves and experience live more viscerally—everything from fly fishing, hunting, cooking classes, falconry, ATV rides 10,000 feet in the mountains, horseback riding… From Roundtop antique market. I throw everything out that isn’t serving a purpose, I don’t save magazines or newspapers unless I’m frame them and put them on a wall. Contact the editors through our House Tour Submission Form. There are step-by-step instructions on how to do it on my website. Follow Apartment Therapy’s board House Tours Apartment Therapy on Pinterest. The Modern Pioneering author turned her white-walled, concrete-floored abode into a warm and inviting space with touches of the trail and bits of the outdoors. Read more to take a peek into her eclectic Austin home and amazing life. Biggest Challenge: It is a very modern space, with white walls and polished concrete floors, so it is easy for it to feel “cold” and sterile. Name: Georgia Pellegrini Location: Austin, TexasSize: 1,700 square feetYears lived in: 1 year

Georgia’s home is truly a gem. Best Advice: Your home should be a reflection of you, where you’ve been, where you want to go. Open House Tour

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Georgia may not look like the type of woman who gets dirty for a living, but the adventure tour host draws much of her inspiration from the outdoors. Favorite Element: The 19 overlapping skylights that cast diagonal stripes of light along the two story wall at 2pm every day. I saw something like it in a parking lot and went straight to buy lumber to see if I could recreate it. (Image credits: Shay Spaniola)

Updated: 12.12.2014 — 14:51