When Jonathan and Drew of the hit show Property Brothers came knocking at the door, Moontower was happy to answer.  9 months and 11 episodes/projects later, we are happy to say that we survived filming our first tv show intact.   If you are looking for a complete turnkey renovation, tastefully furnished, and completely move-in ready (on an insanely quick timeline), we are your guys!  Thanks so much to the cast, crew, homeowners, and Moontower team members for joining us on this fantastic ride!

 

What’s aired so far?

Dan and Brittany

Kate and Cole

Jeaneatte and Tony

Cori and Soroosh

Amber

Oliva

Rob and Jess

Cori + Soroosh

Moontower + Property Brothers

North Austin Remodel off Anderson Mill

Cori and Soroosh were a lot of fun to work with!  They took the whole Property Brothers cast and crew in stride and were great collaborators after the show as well!

Moontower helped take their North Austin vintage ranch house with shag carpet and crazy low kitchen ceilings into the future with some giant La Cantina accordion doors, an open plan and an asymmetrical vaulted ceiling for gaining some precious vertical feet for the heart of their home, the super comfortable living room.

 

Olivia

Moontower + Property Brothers

East Austin Remodel – Berkman and Wheless

Moontower’s Jeff Munoz worked closely with the Property Brothers design team and the entire cast and crew to pull this remodel off in East Austin in around 5 weeks.  Remember that also includes all the furnishing and accessories too!

Check out some of the before and after shots below:

Kate and Cole’s Dog’s Remodel

Just kidding Kate and Cole you didn’t want to be on Property Brothers just so your dogs could have a new tricked out alcove for their kennels… or did you!?  We met some incredible couples during our course of collaborating with folks who we

re lucky enough to be selected for the Property Brothers season of filming in Austin but Kate and Cole y’all are the sweetest, talk about easy going and all smiles!

Dan and Brittany

Moontower + Property Brothers

Austin Remodel in Allendale

The original guinea pigs for our first remodel with the Property Brothers tv show, Dan and Brittany brought a degree of pep that we had never experienced before on a project.  We knew we were in for a treat when Dan jumped through a wall to be demo’ed for the cameras.  This guy has gumption!

 

After deleting two walls, vaulting the ceiling, installing skylights, and adding a 12 foot wide sliding panel back door, what was once a dark and dingy kitchen / living area was transformed into a bright and warm space perfect for hosting their friends.  Special thanks to Jean Ross and Jonathan Scott for the great design.

Moontower Team:

Lucas Glider

Crystal Plumbing

Modern Electric

UB Kitchen Cabinets

AAA Stoneworks Counters

Marco Ledesma on drywall and paint

Stanwood Remodel

North Shoal Creek

Nothing says deadline like my water broke!  Just kidding y’all, but seriously Moontower took up the challenge of completing a 1100 sq.ft. addition before an expecting mother could become a mom!  Sad to say an existing cast iron drain under the 1960’s slab had other plans for us – but we weren’t too far off after the baby arrived that things were way better than back to normal at Jake and Anne’s house!  They had a spacious master suite, new kitchen, living room, dining room, and guest bath all designed by Carina Coel of Restructure Studio and lovingly assembled by yours truly, the men and women collaborating on Moontower projects.

Moontower meets an interior

Interior Remodel Phase I

South Austin, Bouldin Creek

John and Heather were recommended to Moontower by fellow Designer and builder Adrienne Perlman.  Adrienne had developed a number of floor plan options that excited John and Heather to renovate their recently purchased home in the aesthetically collaged Bouldin Creek neighborhood.  John and Heather must have been feeling adventurous to hire Moontower because Jeff and Frank had a pretty modest handfull of gigs to tout as their collective experience in remodeling.  And we didn’t dissapoint, the Moontower adventure began with an upbeat daily ritual of homeowners leaving but greeting carpenters and tradespeople as they arrived for work respectively.

It was a ton of fun working with the whole family, including Hamilton, the hypoallergenic dog, who liked to inspect (pee on) anything he thought wasn’t up to snuff.

Favorable discoveries, like the oak flooring under the carpet made for some very good improvements to the initial trajectory.

A tight floor plan made for an inspired but compact bathroom that glows with excellent travertine tile work, soft cool wall colors and a frosted film window providing ample, flattering, diffused light.  The master closet also a thesis of efficiency was tailored by Maxwell’s Custom Closets – a home run in terms of speed of execution and value for well made, wall-hung, custom closet millwork.

Credits

Design by Adrienne Perlman and Moontower
Construction Moontower
Photography © Jonathan Edwards and Jessica Garmon