Recall the indelible “cool mom” character played by Amy Poehler in Necessarily mean Ladies? She wore Juicy Couture sweat satisfies and allowed underage ingesting at dwelling. Designer Juniper Tedhams’s mom, Charlotte Herzele, is a distinctive type of cool mom. She’s bought tummy dancing and poetry on her résumé, an Andy Warhol Elvis with an intriguing Manufacturing facility-era pedigree, and a severely stylish dwelling in Austin, intended by her gifted daughter. Now that is interesting.

“Juniper has the most effective style of anybody I know. She’s the only man or woman I at any time enable costume me. I trust her fully,” Herzele suggests of the soup-to-nuts renovation of her Austin house, a formerly nondescript spec property situated on a generous corner ton in a vivid neighborhood of College of Texas students, professors (Herzele herself is an assistant professor in the Office of Dietary Sciences), and assorted hippies. “The format of the home was definitely unusual. I could never figure out wherever I was supposed to be,” she continues.

Tedhams puts a finer position on the subject. “The dwelling was awful—a unusual catalogue home in a neighborhood of charming bungalows and Victorians. It reeked of Febreze,” the designer remembers. “My mom often had enjoyment, eclectic flavor, but inside design never actually fascinated her. When this task started out, her husband or wife had not long ago handed away, and it was an vital moment. I desired to develop a serious location of respite, a location in which she could be cozy and entertain conveniently, which she enjoys to do. Essentially, I preferred her to be pleased.”

An unsigned Andy Warhol Elvis from the selection of Joe D’Allesandro instructions the living home.

As so frequently happens, what commenced as a basic cosmetic makeover—picking new paint colors, some light alterations—quickly snowballed into a comprehensive-scale gut renovation. “I feel there was one authentic wall left when we were being by way of. We generally created a new house on the present footprint,” Tedhams explains.

Operating with architect John Maier of the Oregon-centered firm Maier + Zelter, Tedhams recast the layout, the spatial stream, and in the long run the character of the household “to make it really feel considerably less hulking and flat,” the designer suggests. She and Maier reorganized the 2nd-story bedrooms for going to kids and grandchildren about a central core, next a conceit that the guest quarters experienced formerly been outside porches that have been closed off. They also included a gracious screened porch to the back again of the dwelling, as perfectly as a new pool cabana with a guest condominium earlier mentioned.

For clarity and coherence, Tedhams confined the materials palette—plaster walls and walnut floors, furnishings, and architectural specifics predominate—while relying on an array of vintage and contemporary textiles and artworks for coloration and interest. Placing the tone for the working experience, the entryway features a suite of Salvador Dalí watercolors from the artist’s illustrations for The Divine Comedy put in higher than a bespoke walnut bench with a coronary heart motif (herzele is a German diminutive indicating “little heart”) set on a polychromatic 1940s Berber carpet. The bench, like pretty much all the custom furnishings and cabinetry all over the property, was fabricated by Erik Gustafson, a longtime friend and collaborator of Tedhams’s.

In trying to keep with Tedhams’s reliance on a confined palette, the kitchen cabinets are painted the exact same coloration as the exterior of the residence. Countertops are Belgian bluestone. Assortment by Wolf dishwasher by Fisher & Paykel.

Moroccan cement tiles line the flooring of the screened porch. Steel tables by Mix Interiors.

In the residing area, sofas upholstered in Schiaparelli pink linen incorporate an electric powered jolt to an otherwise restrained composition that involves a Jean Royere floor lamp and a graphic 1940s Tuareg rug of woven leather-based and straw. Commanding the room is an unsigned Warhol Elvis, printed at the Manufacturing facility and supplied as a reward to Warhol superstar Joe D’Allesandro. Herzele acquired the piece from D’Allesandro’s wife Kim, a close friend from Austin’s bohemian tunes scene. Interesting, indeed.