Trendmaker Homes Austin opens new design studio

Trendmaker Homes Austin, a design studio that provides a range of appliances, countertops, fixtures and other interior and exterior features, opened Feb. 12. (Courtesy Trendmaker Homes Austin)
Trendmaker Homes Austin, a design studio that provides a range of appliances, countertops, fixtures and other interior and exterior features, opened Feb. 12. (Courtesy Trendmaker Homes Austin)

Trendmaker Homes Austin, a design studio that provides a range of appliances, countertops, fixtures and other interior and exterior features, opened Feb. 12. (Courtesy Trendmaker Homes Austin)

Trendmaker Homes Austin celebrated the grand opening of its new design studio Feb. 12, which provides a range of appliances, countertops, lighting fixtures and other features. Located at 13620 N FM 620, Ste. 125, Austin, customers can make an appointment with professional home designers on interior selections within a given time frame and budget. Buyers of new-to-be-built homes in Trendmaker Homes communities in Austin can utilize the new design studio, according to a release, including: Rancho Sienna, 6 Creeks, Palmera Ridge and Highlands at Mayfield Ranch, as well as the upcoming Meyer Ranch community. 512-357-8515. https://trendmakerhomes.com/design-studio/austin
By Kelsey Thompson
Kelsey Thompson is the reporter for Round Rock, Pflugerville and Hutto, where her work focuses on education, city government and community development. Originally from Upstate New York, Kelsey relocated to Austin after graduating from Syracuse University in May 2019.


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