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Austin Way - 2017 - Issue 2 - Late Spring - Brooklyn Decker

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years. "We incorporate a lot of neutrals and love white and gray, but bring in woven pillows and little touches of pattern and texture. We like a serene color palette, so it feels very relaxing." Ceniza Lumbar Pillows from The Citizenry and rattan chairs from Serena & Lily add an exotic flair to the minimalistic design, but the most eye-catch- ing details come in the form of jasmine blooming along the eaves of her roof and impecca- bly landscaped shrubbery. "Part of the reason we love all the neutral colors is to let the beauty of nature come through," says Styles. "We love having lush plants and flowers, letting the green plant life take center stage. My husband is always planting and pruning— it's his weekend passion." This picture-perfect space is an escape from the everyday for Styles's family and friends, who paint the patio with laughter and joy during long summer nights. "My favorite days of the summer are when we have other families over, and we are out here swimming in the pool all day," says Styles. "We throw food on the grill at night and make margaritas so it feels like a vacation in our own home." Domain Northside, 512-342- 0614;;; . clockwise from left: The sectional and coffee tables (two are pushed together) from RH Outdoor's Marbella Teak collection make for an inviting area under the covered patio; fruit and tropical leaves are a natural centerpiece; RH's Aegean Teak rectangular table and matching armchairs are ideal for dining al fresco; a rattan chair from Serena & Lily and a fiddle-leaf fig tree create a cozy nook. AUSTINWAY.COM  45 "PART OF THE REASON WE LOVE ALL THE NEUTRAL COLORS IS TO LET THE BEAUTY OF NATURE COME THROUGH." —camille styles

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