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Central Austin remodel
Interior Design firm

Based in Austin, Texas, Davinci Interiors brings full-service luxury remodel + interior design to Austin, TX.  Davinci Interiors specializes in large and small projects, ranging from complete remodels to white glove interior design and procurement. We provide "Proposed" and "As Built" floorplans to set your Austin contractor up for success during the construction process. Our goal is to elevate your everyday through luxurious design for your Austin home.

Christina Couvillion, Design Visionary and CEO of Davinci Interiors prides herself and the Davinci team on making the clients feel special--working with them during the creative process to bring them a perfectly tailored space.

The Davinci Interiors team of Austin interior designers brings a level of professionalism, attention to detail and vibrant energy to create beautiful spaces. We are experts in Remodels, Renovation, Custom Homes/New Builds, Furniture layout & Custom Furniture in Austin, TX.

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Austin Interior Design

Spend a day or a week in Central Austin, Texas, home to the University of Texas, Hyde Park, Anderson, North Loop, Brentwood, Allandale neighborhoods and more. Find decadent restaurants, dive bars, arts galleries, historic museums, coffee shops, iconic music venues and tons of vintage shopping. Find the top places to go and things to do in the area.

The University of Texas at Austin’s campus is a pleasant place to spend an afternoon. Stroll around the sprawling campus, with its iconic tower and verdant knolls, and check out the many museums. Stop in at the Harry Ransom Center, a humanities museum that houses artifacts such as the first photograph and a Gutenberg Bible, as well as rotating exhibitions. Take a step back in time at the LBJ Presidential Library & Museum and view exhibits that focus on the president and the major events of the 1960s, including the Vietnam War. The Blanton Museum of Art features important works by Robert Rauschenberg and Thomas Hart Benton. Across the street, you’ll find the Bullock Texas State History Museum, a tribute to the Lone Star’s State’s stories past. The 1855 Neill-Cochran House Museum teaches visitors about life in 19th-century Texas. Catch an art house film at Austin Film Society's AFS Cinema, a nonprofit theater for independent movies.

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