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Komal Sheth

Spaces Designed


Komal Sheth
Spaces Designed
6909 Larue Belle Cv.
Austin TX 78739
phone 512-423-0981
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We endeavor to combine our love of design and our desire to help others live life more beautifully with our strong commitment to the environment.

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Projects

Steiner Ranch

Steiner Ranch

Touza Residence

Touza Residence

Azelea Trail Kitchen

Azelea Trail Kitchen

Bee Caves Residence

Bee Caves Residence

LaCosta Residence

LaCosta Residence

Touza Residence

Touza Residence

Grover Residence

Grover Residence

Legge Residence

Legge Residence

Istre Residence

Istre Residence

South Congress Bathroom

South Congress Bathroom

Corson Residence

Corson Residence

Kao Residence

Kao Residence

Ridge Oak Residence

Ridge Oak Residence

North Austin Residence

North Austin Residence

Biography

Spaces Designed was founded by Komal Sheth in 2006 with a commitment to creating beautiful, livable spaces that meet clients' aesthetic, functional, and economic goals while respecting the environment.

For more than 8 years, Komal has been creating beautiful spaces, some very fine examples of which are found right here in Austin. The ability to create an interior design scheme that combines timeless elegance with contemporary day-to-day living has elevated Spaces Designed to the forefront of Austin design. A slideshow of some of the work can be seen at www.spacesdesigned.com and represents the visual expression and realization of the clients' individual styles.

Komal brings her client's visions to life through her vast knowledge of aesthetics, space planning, design resources and collaboration with professional contractors, artisans and architects. She continually evaluates fresh, new products and ideas in green building and encourages and promotes the use of sustainable products explaining to her clients' the positive environmental benefits of sustainable products. Over the past several years she has gathered extensive resources for green interior design while establishing a strong network of trades-people, builders, and fabricators who share our vision.

As an added bonus, Komal is a licensed Realtor. Combining expertise in Interior Design with Real Estate, Komal works with clients to find the right house and transform it into the home of their dreams.

Promoting Green

At Spaces Designed, design considerations are biased towards:

-Conserving water
-Enhancing indoor environmental quality
-Using environmentally preferable products
-Minimizing non-renewable energy consumptio
-Optimizing operational and maintenance practices

"Incorporating sustainable products into a home is much easier and affordable than it used to be, thanks to innovative new products that continually enter the market. From furniture to paint, the options are almost unlimited" says Komal. "Whether it is something as fundamental as lighting, or a design element such as flooring or countertops, a green home will appear just as sophisticated and stylish as a home designed with non-sustainable, environmentally harmful products."

If you are looking to give back the environment without compromising aesthetics or your budget, here are some specific examples of sustainable products that are widely available in the market.

-Non-toxic adhesives and insulation
-Energy saving fluorescent light bulbs
-Low VOC paint to improve indoor air quality
-Home products made from organic cotton and ramie
-Carpet, rugs and furniture free of harsh chemical treatments
-Tile and countertops made from recycled glass and other materials
-Renewable flooring materials such as cork, bamboo or natural fiber
-Bamboo window shades offer a natural feel while providing sun protection
-Furniture and fabrics that use green products and/or manufacturing guidelines
-Salvaged wood products such as timbers and other products with recycled content
-Placement of doors and windows in the house to increase energy efficiency and flow of natural air.
-Landscaping with edible plants enhances the sense of community, while making positive use of the land.
-Adobe, native stone, rammed earth, sandwich panels, foam blocks, and straw bales as alternative construction materials
-Saving water by Planting natives and other drought-tolerant plants
-Using low-flow toilets, shower heads and faucet aerators
-Choosing water-efficient clothes washers and dishwashers

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