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Jul 19

Check in to Wille Nelson’s Austin Hangout Turned Tiny House Hotel


Austin is known for its live music scene, funky boutique hotels and nearby Hill Country, and one of its newest places to stay, The Wayback Cafe and Cottages, combines the charm of all three. Located on three Live Oak-dotted acres in the exclusive West Lake Hills neighborhood, The Wayback boasts eight board-and-batten style cottages, a restaurant led by the flavors of Central Texas and a handful of communal areas including a pool, fire pit and cabana.
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Jul 18

An Austin Vintage Treasure Hunter's Second-Hand Style — House Tour

Name: September Scott
Location: Austin, Texas
Size: 740 square feet
Years Lived In: 2 years, renting

Designer September Scott is all about the hunt—for treasures, one-of-a-kind finds and absolutely any found object she can reinvigorate. “Almost all the pieces in my space are reclaimed from an estate sale, flea market, Goodwill or on the side of the road. My passion is bringing new life into found objects,” she writes.

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May 18

Here’s What It’s Really Like To Move To Austin

As a long-time New Yorker with over a dozen years in the Big Apple under my belt, the idea of moving to another city always seemed pretty laughable. Why would I bother when the best of everything can be found in NYC? Of course, crippling rents, frigid winters and soon-to-be-defunct subway lines can also be found in NYC. For these reasons, I decided it was time to give another city a try, but I knew that I didn’t want to give up the fantastic culinary, nightlife and shopping scenes I’d become used to in New York. I had to find a warmer, cheaper but equally-vibrant city, and my search ultimately led me to the most eclectic spot in Texas: the capital city of Austin.

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