Joel Mozersky’s Classic Yet Modern Design Is Exquisite – and Accessible
Decorative pieces stand out in a home created by one of Austin’s most talented designers
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“I always try to key into my clients’ interests and what they love,” says Joel Mozersky, who worked with Noah and Laura Lit to design the couple’s West Austin home. “It’s easy to just do what you do every time because it can become formulaic and make the decision process smoother, but you have to clue into their aesthetic and listen if they’re going to love living there.”
In 2018, the Lits called Mozersky to help incorporate a more playful tone and color into the home’s beautiful, rustic neutrals. Mozersky didn’t change the architecture or surfaces, focusing instead on light fixtures and furniture. “We basically got to live all our fun, weirdo dreams in this house,” says interior designer Scott Martin, Mozersky’s associate. “We loved starting with the premise of making it look like an artist and a musician live here.”
With colorful palettes and rock-and-roll vibes, the home is another Mozersky masterpiece — down to the last detail, like custom wallpaper in the guest bathroom. The decorative objects below are inspired by the look of the Lits home, which is featured in our Spring Style Issue.