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Inside Brooklyn Decker and Andy Roddick's Austin Home

Interiors in the couple's house just west of downtown were designed by Decker

Brooklyn Decker in her Austin home
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[This story was originally published in June 2016 and was updated with the news that Roddick and Decker have put this home on the market and moved to a different one in Austin.]

An Austin couple you might have heard of—Brooklyn Decker and Andy Roddick—purchased a home here a few years ago.

The actress-model-mom of the couple (that would be Decker) is, in addition, has a passion for design, so it was natural for her to turn her take on the new digs as her new project.

When Decker was ready for the final reveal, she opened its doors to editor Jillian Knox Finley of MyDomaine, which published her story "Brooklyn Decker's Eclectic Texas Home Turns On the Southern Charm" last week.

Casey Dunn/MyDomaine
Casey Dunn/MyDomaine
Casey Dunn/MyDomaine.com

The actress-model-mom of the couple (that would be Decker) opened its doors to MyDomaine last week to show off its new interiors—designed by none other than Decker herself.

Jillian Knox Finley

Casey Dunn/MyDomaine

Located a few miles west of downtown, the Decker-Roddick home was built to have a farmhouse feel, as befits its close-in-but-private, ranch-style feel. Decker, a passionate and skilled designer and art lover, dove into designing the five-bedroom, five-bathroom house's interiors like a pro.

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She ventured to Round Top's legendary antique festival and tracked down a specific marble pattern to San Antonio, as well as deploying her considerable design knowledge to find perfect items online and in other cities—including a must-have vase by Austin ceramicist Keith Kreeger.

Casey Dunn/MyDomaine.com
Casey Dunn/MyDomaine.com
Casey Dunn/MyDomaine.com
Casey Dunn/MyDomaine.com

While it doesn't sound like Roddick was active in creating the design, Decker says she tends to have "masculine" tastes that bristle at anything "too precious," and that seems to jibe with the "masculine dude" she lives with.

Decker also shared with MyDomaine a number of her sources—from Etsy to Donny Miller’s Universe Series—some of which display her bawdy sense of humor, if not her inner 10-year-old.

Consort Middle Finger Statue ($150)

Kelly Wearstler Precision Small Sconce ($590)

Organic Modernism Kurf Barstool ($795)
Schoolhouse Electric Azusa Pendant Light ($119)
Kelly Wearstler x Ben Medansky Pyrite Bowl ($940)
Keith Kreeger Gramercy Bottle ($85)

Organic Modernism American Black Walnut Top Table With Cast Bronze Leg ($2995)
Vintage Striped Indigo Throw Pillow ($156)
Vintage Danish Leather Bench ($7500)
Neema Vintage Indigo African Mud Cloth ($140)

Organic Modernism Maple Frame Cabinet ($1195)

Pendleton 5th Avenue Glacier Park Throw

"Lighter Relieving a Steamboat Aground" by Shawn Huckins (private collection)

Vintage Vintage Curved Body Brass Table Lamp ($1800)

Consort Small Felt Letterboard With Frame ($210)

Via: MyDomaine

Brooklyn Decker's Eclectic Texas Home Turns On the Southern Charm [MyDomaine]

Keith Kreeger Studios website