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Inside Camille Styles’ Italian Villa-Inspired Austin Home

The entertaining expert’s home was designed specifically with partying in mind.

Inside Camille Styles’ Italian Villa-Inspired Austin Home

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To call yourself an “expert” in anything requires a ton of confidence. You have to be 100 percent sure that you can handle anything in that field, that you’re the most creative, most experienced, most all-around together person when it comes to that subject.

Camille Styles might not have designated herself an “expert” entertainer, but we’re going to go ahead and bestow the title upon her. The Austin resident’s home was literally designed with hosting guests in mind, and every aspect of the house’s flow caters to optimum fun.

When we visited Styles (and her gorgeous family) in Austin earlier this fall, we fell in love with her Mount Bonnell home—which, as an Austin native myself, had views that stunned even me—and resolved to be on the invite list the next time she had a grilled pizza night (more on that later). Everything was white stone and indoor/outdoor flow, all homemade granola and Gray Malin prints, and we felt instantly at home.

Click through to read about how she designed the space, and how to always be party-ready. Hint: All it takes is a box of candles and some pruning shears.

“I think the first step in party planning is to decide on the overall concept—I mean getting really specific about what is going to identify this party. So whether that’s one color palette, or the type of menu you’re going to have, it’s about really focusing on one key detail that will drive all the other aspects and give an element of cohesion.”
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