2018 Southern Living Idea House | Austin, Texas

The cat is finally out of the bag! We can finally talk about our long awaited reveal. Southern Living Idea House 2018 has hit the stands. It was a pleasure working with Meredith Ellis Design & David Wilkes Builders again on this fabulous transformation. The 2018 Southern Living Idea House in Austin is by far the best we have seen from Southern Living. This year the Austin Idea House featured our Range Hood # 7-46 in stainless steel with a Non-Directional Burnished Stainless steel finish. Body details include “Steamer Trunk” strapping with “Arrow Head” ends and decorative rivets paired with our boarder #22 (details feature stainless steel strapping and decorative rivets).

Photo Credit: Southern Living Magazine & Meredith Ellis Design

In The Press: Gray Magazine No. 40

Texas Lightsmith Collaborated with  Chef & Author Sara Dickerman and her design team at Bellan Construction & Chadbouren + Doss Architects to create the perfect custom sink. As any cook knows washing full sized sheet pans can be a challenge in residential kitchens. This custom sink was a single basin trough design with incorporated drain board in burnished brass. https://www.texaslightsmith.com/san-marcos-sinks/

Welcome To The Constantine Collection

We would like to welcome you to our “Constantine Collection” line of custom sinks. The Constantine Collection is inspired by European style sinks, old word design, and new world functionality. All of our Constantine Collection allows for individual customization to include towel bars, removable accessories, integrated back splashes, and multiple metals. Visit The Constantine Collection from Texas Lightsmith to see all the amazing combinations we have created and to get a quote!

In The Press… Garden and Gun Magazine

Its always a treat when we find out our hand crafted products hit a major publication. Last summer our custom light fixtures (Wall Sconce model: DJWS) were featured in a Gun & Garden Magazine article about a little known watering hole in our own backyard of Central Texas. These hand crafted (in our local Austin Studio) wall sconces are formed from sheets of Mica and strips of copper to form a conical light fixture.

Photo Credit: Garden & Gun Magazine

Chimney Caps: What’s that all about?

Chimney caps are a great way to dress up a home.  While chimney caps serve a necessary function by protecting the open flue of a chimney from the elements and critters while and acting as a spark arrestor, they can also have an impressive impact on the overall appearance of a home as an architectural detail.

Texas Lightsmith manufactures chimney caps from copper,  brass, bronze, nickel silver, mild steel and stainless steel.  We tend to use thicker material and a heavy woven mesh with fully welded construction for a product that will last for many years as it graces the roof line.  As we make all products to order, customization of size, shape, and design are all possibilities.

Here are some examples: https://www.texaslightsmith.com/chimney-caps/

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