- In the living room, The zig-zag ceiling, which conceals music speakers, creates a shift in natural light and also dampens sound.
- In the powder room, The walls are clad on with mirror and Designer White Corian made in Buffalo, New York. The sink is also made of Corian by Kos.
- In the master bedroom, The room divide is made from reclaimed old-growth sinker cypress sourced from the Florida Everglades; it's more than 100 years old.
- In the kitchen, Cookbooks and dishes line cypress shelves beneath a framed menu from El Bulli (located in Roses off the Costa Brava in Catalonia, Spain) and Texas artist Peat Duggins' Untitled (Worms/Mushrooms), 2012, an ink-and-watercolor work from Art Palace Gallery.
Click through the photos to shop items inspired by Architect Karen Lantz’s sustainable, stylish home nestled in the Museum District. To read the entire story from PaperCity‘s January 2015 issue click here.