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2013 Classic Woman honorees Nan Elsasser, Working Classroom; Yvonne Pointer, Positive Plus; Marie Wolbach, AAUW Tech Trek Science & Math Camp for Girls; Sandy Escobar-Schmidt, Women of Worth; and Miki Farris, Infant Crisis Services with Ann Maine at the awards luncheon. Awards from Lenox

Co-host Nora hO from CBS This Donnell Morning

Everyone loves the before-andafter story with a happy ending.


And every year at our Classic Woman Awards we bring on the smiles as we share the accomplishments of the phenomenal women we recognize. Approaching its 10th year, the Classic Woman program honors some of the nations most amazing volunteers and shares the heartwarming before-and-after stories of how theyre changing their corner of the world. These are women who share a legacy of compassion, commitment, and caring as they make a difference in the lives of others. They saw someone hurting and said, Somebody should do something. Then they became that somebody. At our annual awards presentation, held late last year in New York City, I was touched not only by the stories of these individuals whose organizations range from supporting babies in need to education programsbut also by the generosity of those who support CWA and the enthusiasm of our many friends in the design community who join us to celebrate. Months of preparation go into the event, and theres no possible way I could pull it off without executive editor Marsha Raisch (a big thanks and hug to hershe makes me happy). Already its time to start planning for our 2014 awards that will be a special part of Traditional Home magazines 25th anniversary celebration. Nows the opportunity for you to make a nomination (turn the page for details) and create an even happier ending for someone you know who is doing good.
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Jewelry designer Michael Galmer, THs Marsha Raisch & Michael Barlerin of Silver Promotion Service

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Merediths Steve Lacy & honoree Yvonne Pointer

Designer Amanda Nisbet & Kravets Beth Greene

Designers Robert Passal & Katie Leede

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Ann Omvig Maine, Editor in Chief traditionalhome@meredith.com

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TO SEE A VIDEO OF OUR 2013 CLASSIC WOMEN AND THEIR CAUSES, snap this tag. Or, view it at traditionalhome.com.

THs Kari Costas, designer Jennifer Flanders & publicist Carolyn Sollis

Designer Anne Maxwell Foster

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Nominate a woman who is making a difference, the deadline is April 4.

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Designers Patrik Lnn & Bryant Keller with THs Jill Esterman

Generosity. Commitment. Passion. These qualities exemplify Americas volunteers. Do you know a special woman who is making a difference in her community through her volunteer work or through her creation of a program or initiative to help others at home or around the world? Give her the chance to be recognized for her notable efforts by nominating her as a 2014 Traditional Home Classic Woman. From your nominations, our judges will select the outstanding women who will be treated to a trip for two to New York City, where they will be honored at our national Classic Woman Awards reception. Additionally, each honorees cause will receive a contribution from Traditional Home, and each honoree, her story, and her cause will be featured in our November/December 2014 issue. (For information about our 2013 honorees, visit traditionalhome.com.)

THs Ann Maine & designer Matthew Smyth

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make Classic Woman Awards possible: Lenox for creating the 2013 CWA awards and contributing dinner and giftware to assist in fund-raising; Silver Promotion Service for recognizing each honoree with a silver cuff from Repouss Jewelry by Galmer; Arhaus for dressing the stage and presenting each woman with a chair; and NDI for providing event owers. February+March 2014

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NO PURCHASE IS NECESSARY TO SUBMIT A NOMINATION OR BE SELECTED AS AN AWARD RECIPIENT. Subject to Nomination Guidelines available at www.traditionalhome.com/classicentry. The Traditional Home Classic Woman Awards Program, sponsored by Meredith Corporation, begins at 12:00 a.m. E.T. on 1/21/14 and ends at 11:59 p.m. E.T. on 4/4/14. Open to legal residents of the 50 United States and the District of Columbia who are 18 years or older. Online nominations must be received by 11:59 p.m. E.T. on 4/4/14; mail-in nominations must be postmarked by 4/4/14 and received by 4/11/14. Limit one nomination per person.

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For online entries, go to traditionalhome.com/classicentry. For mail entries, please follow this format: Your name, address, e-mail address, phone number, and relationship to nominee Nominees name, address, e-mail address, and phone number Name of volunteer program or personal initiative Functions and activities of the program Contact name and phone number for the program Write 400800 words about your nominee, telling us what she has done and detailing the results she has achieved Provide at least one example of a specic individual and how his/her life has been changed by this nominee Include a Web site and/or send news clippings, photographs, brochures, and any additional information Online nominations must be submitted and mailed ones postmarked by 4/4/14. Send to: Traditional Home 2014 Classic Woman Awards, P.O. Box 7290, Des Moines, IA 50309-7290.

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Contents February+March 2014


Volume XXV Issue I

63 Keep It Simple | A relentless

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purgeplus a madeover oor plan gracefully coaxes a 1969 ranch into the new millennium.

74 Surprise Move | An Illinois designer 84 Courtly Manners | In Birmingham,


Alabama, a romantic walled garden delights with old-world ambience.

cant resist buying, updating, and restoring a 1910 Georgian-style beauty.

90 Retro Redux | Bright accents inside


and a new landscape outside turn a 70s-era Palm Springs house into a groovy second home.

The loggia leading to the garden of Judy and Jim Carns; photographed by Jean Allsopp. See page 84.

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96 In the Steps of the Master | An

Atlanta designer updates a 1918 home by a revered architect while also restoring classic details.

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A STATEMENT PIECE FOR YOUR BATHROOM.


Just as the right necklace can transform your look, the Weymouth faucet can transform your bathroom. See how jewelry designers were inspired by Moen faucets at moen.com/statementpiece

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Collectors go wild for animal art Hot off the press: great books on design

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Great Gatherings Showhouse Tour
An exceptionally pretty spring luncheon

Dont miss the seasons rst showhouse in sunny West Palm Beach An elegantly renovated and lightened kitchen in Atlanta Actress and singer Hayden Panettiere

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Editorial Offices: Traditional Home, 1716 Locust St., Des Moines, IA 50309-3023; e-mail us at traditionalhome@meredith.com; or fax 515/284-2083. Traditional Home assumes no responsibility for the return of unsolicited manuscripts or art materials. Subscription and Customer Service: For service on your magazine subscription, including renewals or change of address, e-mail us at trhcustserv@cdsfulfillment.com. You may also write to Traditional Home Customer Service, P.O. Box 37275, Boone, IA 50037-0275. Please enclose your address label from a recent issue. Our subscribers list is occasionally made available to carefully selected firms whose products may be of interest to you. If you prefer not to receive information from these companies by mail or phone, please let us know. Send your request along with your mailing label to Traditional Home, P.O. Box 37508, Boone, IA 50037-0508. Copyright Meredith Corporation 2014. All rights reserved. Printed in the U.S.A. For subscription service: e-mail us at trhcustserv@cdsfulllment.com

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P E O P L E , P L A C E S & P R O D U C T S Y O U S H O U L D K N O W A B O U T BY TORI MELLOTT

I Shimmer & Shine


The Mia pendant by John Rosselli adds just the right pizzazz to any room, $5,250. (circalighting.com) Hulotte pendant light by Paola Navone for Saint-Louis $6,000 (855/240-9740)

I Black & White


Graphic black and white add an edginess to this otherwise angelic embroidered dress of white tulle and daisy guipure, $3,990. (oscardelarenta.com)

Wide Studded Resin Cuff, $350, and Metal Split Sphere Ring, $85, by Kara Ross (henribendel.com)

Girlie&Glam
What are girls made of? Sugar and spice and everything nicebut especially spice! The new feminine chic trades in fussy, bashful details for slick nishes, sensual shapes, edgy details, and brazen colors.
Tre Accent Table in white gold by Jacques Garcia $2,750 (bakerfurniture.com) Sunday pump by Jimmy Choo $695 (jimmychoo.com) Larabee Dot glasses by Kate Spade $50 for set of 4 (katespade.com)

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I Eye Spy
An updated frame suits the sexy librarian look. Bamboo wood temples tame these sassy specs, $85. (eyebobs.com)

I Classic Woman Rose


This reblooming shrub rose with clusters of fragrant blossoms honors the phenomenal women we celebrate annually for their outstanding volunteerism; $29.95 plus shipping. To order, call 800/420-2852, or visit thgardenstore.com. Specify GM066661 and source code THG10. Bare-root roses ship mid-March to June with instructions for planting and care. Recommended for hardiness Zones 59S/10W.

I My Chair Lady
Looking like a pencil skirt turned chair, the Too Sexy Sadie Chair has good form in all the right places, $675. (mgbwhome.com)

I Curves Ahead
A sweet scalloped edge lends a feminine feel to the Belles Rives bar table by Rita Konig for The Lacquer Company, $3,500. (mecoxgardens.com)

I Shes Got Legs


Celerie Kembles red-hot Caroline Console allures with a sensuous shape and brass hardware to boot, $3,285. (henredon.com) Large Lipstick sculpture by sa Jungnelius, $150 large, $65 mini (kostaboda.us)

I Twist & Shout


This Barleytwist mirror in a high-gloss black nish recalls the look of a Bakelite bracelet, $1,155. (jonathancharlesfurniture.com)

Lipstick Red Lips Clutch $465 (luluguinness.com)

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I Cherry Bomb
Add a jolt of color to any room with the irty Geordi Large Sculpture that smacks of pop art and fun times, $360. (arteriorshome.com)

Smooches by York Wallcoverings $80 per roll (yorkwall.com)

Hemisphere jewelry box by De Nacre et dOrient, $2,400 (bergdorfgoodman.com) Jacquard Polk-A-Dot Bag by Miu Miu $1,790 (bloomingdales.com)

I Pencil Me In
Burberry makes mixing patterns look effortless by pairing this erce horizontal-striped pencil skirt, $650, and bold polka dot button-down, $595. (burberry.com)

I Sensual Seating
The sultry curves of John Robshaws Luxor Settee lend a little movement to the tailored bench seat, $3,315. (ciscohome.net)

Whether its a chic runway fashion, a stunning powder room, or the ideal home accessorywe always gravitate to a classic feminine take on style. Our denition of womanly charm continues to evolve, however. While we still adore voluminous ruffles, elaborate ruching, delicate needlepoint, intricate embroidery, orals, and chintz galore, weve expanded our canon of girlie style to

include pared-down shapes and cleaner colors. We still get goosebumps when we spy gilding or a ladylike curve, but were delighted that todays most beguiling nishes and silhouettes have been cleaned up, toned down, and tailored. Crisper patterns and more daring colors are the details that make our hearts go pitter-patter in a newer take that has more sass and less sugar.

While there are still roles for pinks and soft pastels, rich tones like bordeaux, lipstick red, and shocking pinkalong with a host of eye-catching metallic nishesare taking center stage, more brassy sidekick than blushing ingenue. West Hollywood, California-based designer Mary McDonald agrees, and observes: One very girlie French bureau plate or dressmaker detail can go a long,

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I Pretty in Pink
Nocturne duvet cover, $799 (king); at sheet, cases, and shams in peony. (matouk.com)

I Mirror, Mirror
Covered in natural linen with brass studs, the Large Versailles mirror makes a come-hither statement, $1,375. (jamieyoung.com)

Bubbles II vase by Moser $5,000 (moserusa.com)

I Belle of the Ball


Ruffles get a facelift with beading and a luscious pink hue. Lucky Strike skirt, $5,955; and top, $6,945, by Mary Katrantzou. (net-a-porter.com) Feline Pillow by Dranseld & Ross $300 (dranseldandross.com)

I Fancy Feast
Anna Weatherleys demure china that mimics the look of Swiss-dot embroidery gets zapped with a dose of orchid pink, $75$150. (devinecorp.net)

Wafer Notebook by Smythson $60 (smythson.com)

Chelsea Ottoman by Mis en Demeure $3,290 (800/322-3911, x333)

long way, so pair an intensely femme element with a few simple, straight, masculine lines. The balance will be divine. This spring, watch for edgy details like brass studs and exotic materials juxtaposed with delicate colors and owing lines. While our approach to the classics continues to evolve, we will always embrace feminine I Book Club chiclike this seasons bold polka dots Fairy tales do come true. This charming and shimmering pendants. set of 10 Puffin Classics for Young
Readers includes some of the oldies but goodies, $145. (onekingslane.com) WorldMags.net

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Look for renedand redenedluxury designs for your home this spring BY TORI MELLOTT

A visual symphony of oating textured glass balls that are functional and beautiful? Yes, please! The Atomos pendant is one of seven new designs that hip lighting manufacturer Baroncelli has added to its signature collection. Groovy oor lamps and additional pendant lights round out the mix. Baroncelli NYC Showroom: 212/255-2005.

Crystal-Clear Persuasion

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Klaus Haapaniemi The Finnish illustrators design portfolio


boasts projects with Marimekko and Christian Louboutin, and his own textile collection is equally impressive. Drawing from fantasy and folklore, these Crane cushions use traditional weaving techniques to create a whimsical pattern that is utterly sophisticated. Available at klaush.com. Kari Costas

Lets Celebrate!

Niermann Weeks

A 25th anniversary is a major milestone, and at Traditional Home, we invite you to help us celebrate ours by making this award-winning oribunda rose your own. A prolic bloomer, its buds open to luxurious blooms packed with layers of creamy white petals enriched by warm peach highlights and an apricot center. The roses habit is to be bushy and upright with dense, matte green foliage. Our commemorative rose is not only beautiful but carefree, with proven disease resistance to blackspot and mildew. A good cutting rose for bouquets, it will also bring very full owers and a light, fruity fragrance to a sunny spot in the garden of your own traditional home.Rebecca Christian
To order, call 800/420-2852 and refer to code THG11, or order online at thgardenstore.com, item MM066673; $36.50, plus shipping. Order early as quantities are limited and are reserved on a rst-come, rst-served basis. Recommended for Zones 59 S/W. Bareroot roses ship mid-March to June. Sorry, we are unable to ship to Alaska, Hawaii, Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands, APO/FPO addresses, or addresses outside the continental United States.

Daring Dining

The Tissage dining table is based on a 1940s crystalencrusted Bagues chandelier (Bagues is the venerable French lighting manufacturer famous for silver- and gold-leang iron and bronze and hand-applying intricate crystal designs.) With a woven metal base and a distressed gold-leaf nish, it is reminiscent of a dress corset. This glass-topped table falls somewhere between ladylike and utterly glam. (niermannweeks.com)

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Sitting Pretty

Designer Windsor Smith has always been a big fan of Savonarola chairs, but she regrets to inform us the antique models werent practical for anything except adorning a stone-clad foyer! So whats a gal to do? Design her own version, of course. Smith describes her updated interpretation with mixed metals, glossy black leather, and a lovely rm padded seat as a fantastic dining, desk, or armchair you can sit in for hours on end! (windsorsmithhome.com)

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Feast for the Eyes

Two legendary French design houses wallpaper manufactuer Zuber et Cie and porcelain maker Havilandhave partnered on an exquisite china pattern, Le Bresil. First introduced in 1829, Zubers Les Vues du Brsil panoramic wallpaper was printed in 247 colors from 1,693 blocks. The rich patterns have been translated into tableware that will be cherished for another 200 years. (haviland.fr)

Becoming a centenarian is a momentous event. This year Safavieh celebrates that milestone by introducing the Luxor Collection, among many others. Hand-knotted from velvety smooth yarns that conjure images of the rich textiles brought back to Europe on the Silk Road, these rugs in bold tribal patterns pack a punch. (safavieh.com)

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Everlasting Jardin

If these walls could talk, theyd say it alland with a bit of a French accent. Reminiscent of 18th-century Parisian gardens, DUberville design from Watts Tuileries wallpaper collection captures the ideal of a natural escape into the countryside. With softly muted tones, climbing vines of wild roses act as the framework for pastoral vignettes. Available in nine colors, these everlasting perennials will keep your garden growing in any room. (watts1874.co.uk) Ashley Hotham

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Look again. Shell artist Karen Robertson has reinvented herself into a horticulturistor has she? In her new Shellatier Collection, shes meticulously used the oceans jewels to sculpt hard-to-tell-theyarent-real owers. The replicas range from delicate hydrangeas and lilies of the valley to hardy succulentsall potted in rustic terra-cotta. (karenrobertson.com) Krissa Rossbund

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Transport yourself to the romantic age of travel. Imagine steamer trunks, vanity cases, hatboxes, full sets of the most elegant personalized luggage youve ever laid eyes on. Now take that aesthetic and apply it to furniture. Voila! You have the Mogambo Collection. Roche Boboiss newest collection of occasional pieces was inspired by its namesake John Ford movie, set in that adventuresome era. (roche-bobois.com)

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Stephanie Odegards collection of marble, stone, and wood jali tables, inspired by Mughal-period Indian screens, was a huge hit when rst introduced. Now shes expanded the functionality of the tables by marrying a 21st-century material, mediumdensity berboard, with traditional patterns and designs. Available in lacquer, stain, gilt, or paint in many colors and applications, the tables can double as stools. (stephanieodegard.com)

Porcelain never shone so brightly! Belle de Nuit, Lladros newest lighting collection, is a colorful offering of ceiling, tabletop, and wall lamps. Taking a traditional crystal chandelier and swapping out crystal for porcelainwith jaw-dropping colorsmakes these updated classics cast a glow of a different color. (lladro.com)

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Tap Your Creativity Functional, yes, but faucets are the jewelry of the

bath and, like jewelry, should reect your personal style. Fancy Paris? Collection O (left) by Studio Putman is a collaboration of two luxury French brands, Christoe and THG-Paris (thgusa.com). Or curate your own Edwardian-inspired faucet with Kohlers Artifacts (top and right). The collection allows you to select from spout and handle styles and from ve nishes (kohler.com). Amy Elbert

Detail-oriented designer Michael S Smith considers mirrors the nishing touches in his rooms, so what better way to achieve perfect punctuation than to design a line himself? Smith partnered with Mirror Image Home to create a collection of 17 pieces that embody the revered decorators classic taste and style. (michaelsmithinc.com)

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I Sparkling Reissue
Vase by iconic decorator William Haines (19141999) (williamhaines.com)

Regatta capizshell chandelier (corbettlighting.com)

Eye-popping pink velvet sofa and signature canopy chairs by interior designer Kelly Wearstler

Regency Glam
Va-va-voom perfumes that channel the glittery Hollywood vibe BY DORIS ATHINEOS
Everyone knows the revved-up, glossy style known as Hollywood Regency, but how do you bottle the visual drama made famous by actor/decorator William Billy Haines and reimagined by designer Kelly Wearstler? Fragrance expert Pamela Vaile translates the ultra-glam aesthetic into ve scents that seduce as surely as lush velvets and burnished gold. Chanel No. 5 tops the list, endorsed by Hollywood bombshell Marilyn Monroe, who said it was all she wore to bed. If youre a lacquer lover with a thing for sensuous Dorothy Drapers surfaces and sparkly baubles, Monte Carlo Chest Pamela (left) suggests (kindelfurniture.com) sexy fragrances with powerful personalities.

I Proudly Preening
A peacock brooch by the imperial French jeweler Gustave Baugrand (bonhams.com)

Cool-looking cut glass bookends by Billy Haines (williamhaines.com)

Style: Hollywood Regency, Mod Baroque Current epicenter: Los Angeles Superstars: Elsie de Wolfe, William Billy

Vintage nds: Loop chair (Francis Elkins);

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Chanels Chanel No 5 (Marilyn Monroes favorite); Frdric Malles Portrait of a Lady (mystical and intense); Killians Rose Oud (deep, plummy sweetness); Serge Lutens Ambre Sultan (smoking hot and arousing); Jean Patous Joy (rich, rosy blooms); and Guerlains Shalimar (bold and exotic vanilla-ish amber) February+March 2014

Haines, Tony Duquette Design details: Sunburst mirrors, tufting, chandeliers, lacquer and shell nishes, glossy surfaces (walls included), black-and-white oors (marble or faux) Favorite fabrics and prints: Trellis and animal prints, velvet, faux fur, and patent leather Trick-of-the-trade: Painted or padded doors Secret sources: L.A.s Dragonette (dragonette ltd.com and Downtown (downtown20.net) Where to live it: Viceroy Hotel Santa Monica and the Greenbrier, White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia

jewelry (Tony Duquette) Best reissue: Prism vase by Billy Haines Designers who get the look: Carleton Varney, Kelly Wearstler, and Miles Redd Ultimate accessory: Quirky creations by Anthony Redmile (classical busts) and Baccarat tumblers Style bible: Tony Duquette by Wendy Goodman and Hutton Wilkinson (Abrams) Pedigree furnishings: Dealers Todd Merrill (toddmerrillstudio.com) and Liz OBrien (lizobrien.com) No-name nds: Rose Bowl ea market in Pasadena and vintage shops along the Dixie Highway in West Palm Beach, Florida

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I Stripe It Rich
Alessandra Branca primarily uses antiques in her projects, but for a similar look try: Medevi Chest at countryswedish.com Louis XVI Square Back Armchair at ballarddesigns.com Collection Laurelton Stripe wallcovering in vermilion at ralphlaurenhome.com

I A-MAZE-ing
Large Garden Plans in red (soicher-marin.com)

I Tray Chic
Modern Artefacts Broome Tray Table (thomasville.com)

I Light Bright
Ceramic Bella lamp in oxblood (frederick cooper.com)

I Full Circle
Ohm mirror in red lacquer (bunnywilliams home.com)

Wrapped InRouge
Whether your favorite shade is bright and cheery or rich and decadent, red keeps home res burning
living room is one of Brancas favorite red rooms. Everything was swathed in redthe walls, the carpet, the upholstery. Additionally, Branca counts Albert Hadleys legendary red library for socialite Brooke Astor as a classic example of red done right. | Why it works Red looks regal, expensive, and loaded with old-world charm. It can instantly make a quiet space pulse with life. | What it goes with According to Branca, it depends upon the
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Orient Red nepaintsofeurope.com Dressage Red ralphlaurenhome.com Vintage Claret prattandlambert.com Karl Door Cabinet from Lillian August for Hickory White (lillianaugust.com)

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| Our inspiration Rome-born designer Alessandra Branca (branca.com) is known for her exceptional use of color. She has a penchant for saucy red because, as she puts it, Red is alive and passionate. It is universal. It is life. | Where to use it Branca suggests using it in libraries, entry halls, and dining rooms but confesses shes also used it in a few bedroomsand they looked fantastic. | How to use it Aside from her own library, Diana Vreelands

tonality. She believes reds work well with Prussian blue, chocolate brown, and pale blue. For a feminine twist, pair bold lipstick red with soft ballet-slipper pink. | Pitfalls Because red has personality to spare, Branca advises moderation. She explains that one must measure and be aware of when to stop. Pay attention to the tonality of the color when you use it. Sometimes a softer, more antique tone is better because red is a strong color.

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For her rst line of fabrics with F. Schumacher (fschumacher.com), Alessandra Branca included a hefty dose of her signature red hue.

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Melograno in rouge/grey

Continenti in rouge/Prussian blue

Red tones range from soft to sultry. If mixing patterns, be sure to maintain the same vibe throughout the space.
1 | On Key in red by Waverly (joann.com) 2 | Marwood Stripe in cranberry by GP & J Baker through Lee Jofa (leejofa.com) 3 | Amara linen/cotton in red by Jane Churchill through Cowtan & Tout (cowtan.com) 4 | Mizoram linen/cotton in red from Thibauts Cypress Collection (thibautdesign.com) 5 | Love Bird silk damask in ruby from Scalamandr (scalamandre.com) 6 | Soleo in red by Jane Churchill through Cowtan & Tout (cowtan.com) 7 | Wynyard linen/cotton in red from the Kathryn M. Ireland Collection (scalamandre.com) 8 | Leandre linen in garance (rouge) from Braqueni by Pierre Frey (pierrefrey.com) 9 | Greek Fret embroidered border in crimson (samueland sons.com)

Dudley in rouge

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PHOTOGRAPHS: FABRIC COLLAGE, PETER KRUMHARDT; FABRIC SWATCHES, GREY CRAWFORD

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Perfect Pairing
BY TORI MELLOTT PHOTOGRAPHY BY FRANCESCO LAGNESE

The women of Tilton Fenwick pair traditional patterns with unexpected colors for their rst foray into fabric with Duralee

Interior designers often fantasize about creating their own fabricsexpressing their unique creative vision through designs, patterns, and colorations. Nearly two years ago, that dream started to come true for Suysel dePedro Cunningham and Anne Maxwell Foster, the duo who make up the NYC design rm

Tilton Fenwick. After spying the work of the two budding designers in the rst issue of TRADhomemag.com, fabric house Duralee offered them the opportunity to design their very own fabric line. Already recognized for their clever use of color, the pairs starting point was obvious. We pulled inspiration from orals, fashion, rugs, and any sort of textile we liked, explains Cunningham. Then with a Pantone book that literally shows thousands

of colors, we started concocting color combinations. We went nuts with that! Duralees design team guided them through the steps. This was our rst time at the rodeo, so it was hard to imagine the end result, says Foster. Duralees team let us do our own thing, but helped us focus and edit. The process was personal. Many fabrics are named for individuals the designers want to thank for supporting their careers. Among the patterns is Quintessencefor blogger

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Cecilia in Coral

Quintessence in Sapphire

Sissy in Cactus

Rocat in Lapis

Chilvers in Mint/Red

Geniesse in Cactus

Stacey Bewkes. Theres even a Maine in the mix (for Traditional Home editor Ann). The nal collection features 36 prints and wovens in functional colors with a few twists. Some patterns have 10 or 12 colorways, says Cunningham. We threw in one or two unexpected colors to make the fabrics sing. The tremendous range of colors, patterns, and scales these two have harmonized might just have you humming along yourself.
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To celebrate the debut of Tilton Fenwick for Duralee, Suysel dePedro Cunningham decorated her own bedroom in a pleasing mix of the collections stripes, solids, orals, and prints. Armstrong, a woven stripe, adorns the walls. Scout playfully accents the bed canopy, the lamp shades, and a vintage chair. All fabrics from Duralee (duralee.com).

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I Dramatic Jewels
Drop jaws with these Tassel Seed Pearl and Diamond Earrings, $12,500. (ivankatrump collection.com) Take a walk on the wild side in Giuseppe Zanottis Open-Toe Crystal Suede Fringe Booties, $1,750. (neimanmarcus.com)

Two tiers of antique brass-plated iron beads give Arteriors Maxim Pendant timeless texture, $4,410. (arteriorshome.com) Update your pillows with Boucher Fine Bullion Fringe from Samuel & Sons. (samuelandsons.com)

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The edgy embellishment with Western ties has taken a turn from the typical BY CLARA HANEBERG

I Regal in Red
The shoulder strap on Sara Battaglias Teresa bag boasts gutsy fringe, $1,084. (sarabattaglia.com)

It isnt just for suede jackets and Jazz Age-inspired dresses. Todays fringetiered beading, strands of pearls, adornments on pumps, purse straps, and pillowsis far from predictable. Note Laura Kirars laced-up lounge chair for McGuire Furniture, below. The tassel trend also took over spring runways, appearing in the collections of Calvin Klein, Derek Lam, Altuzarra, Marc Jacobs, and more. Whether its apper-inspired threads, cowboy-style cut leather, or soft, free-falling strips on the ends of a throw, fringe adds a fabulous element to our outts and interiors.
Altuzarras spring/ summer 2014 line showcased this Chrysanthemum navy leather fringe dress; price and availability on request. (altuzarra.com)

I Bold Beading
This Modern Classics Dancing Gold Decorative Pillow by Donna Karan Home will bring a bit of bling to the bedroom, $188. (bloomingdales.com)

I Warm & Fuzzy


Get cozy with one of Yves Delormes new Triomphe throws made from 100 percent baby alpaca wool, $375. (yvesdelorme.com)

I Textured Perch
Laura Kirars Guernica Lounge Chair sports knotted leather laces in varying lengths, $19,440. (mcguirefurniture.com) February+March 2014

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Drawing inspiration from animals
BY DORIS ATHINEOS

Best in Show for Pedigreed Pooches


The art world goes to the dogs February 9 when canine-crazy art lovers take their dogs to Bonhams auction house in Manhattan for Barkfest, a charity Sunday brunch. Its a great place to break bread (and biscuits) with show dogs and their handlers in town for the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show (February 1014)as well as preview the annual dogs-only-art sale, Dogs in Show & Field, set for February 12. Proceeds from Barkfest at Bonhams benet the American Kennel Club humane fund. Interestingly, some animal lovers tend to focus on specic breeds and judge a painting as they would a show dog in the ring. Theyll study the muzzle and different details of the anatomy to see that its all done correctly, explains Bonhams director of ne art Alan Fausel, who has immortalized his own brown-and-white

springer spaniel, Reagan, in pastels and black-and-white photography. Fausel cautions that breeds have changed over the past 100 years, so dogs look slightly different today. While owners of purebreds pay big bucks for the best-looking dogs, the country-house set gives top grades to hunters. Thats pointers, setters, and foxhounds in the eld, explains Fausel. The auction takes place in Manhattan, but theres a big contingent of canine collectors in Atlanta, where Bonhams displays a selection of paintings and paraphernalia that Fausel calls dogiana (reverse-glass intaglio jewelry, terrier hat pins, boxer bookends, dachshund bronzes, Victorian dog collars). Note: Many of the paintings by lesser-known artists begin at $800, and dogiana starts at $500. Tap into bonhams.com.

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Dog Treats, Then & Now

Tweedy country squires adored British artist John Emms, especially his paintings of hunting hounds framed in gold. Emmss best work is painterly, capturing the expression and anatomy with very few brushstrokes, says Manhattan dealer William Secord, founder of Willliam Secord Gallery where Foxhounds and Terrier in a Kennel (top left) is on display. Posh Brits were sticklers for breeding (in both pets and people), and Queen Victoria kept 75 purebreds in her kennels. But the current corgi-loving royal, Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth, may well commission an American artist, Sheela Marie Padgett, to render the distinct personalities of her corgis (bottom left) in ink on paper. To commission Padgett (prices begin at $800), go to dogpainting.com.

wildlife art head for the BADA (British Antique Dealers Association) Antiques & Fine Art Fair in London, set for March 1925. Take aim at the lions, tigers, and bears on display in dealer Jonathan Coopers booth. You wont nd a better tiger painter in the world than Gary Stinton, says Cooper. His large-scale pastels are just the tops. Ditto for drawings by Vicky White. To nd artists that lead the pack, visit Coopers booth at the London fair or check jonathancooper.co.uk or bada-antiques-fair.co.uk. Chase down a pair of killer antique cufflinks showing a lion snacking on a diamond (above), offered by London dealer Sandra Cronan (sandracronan.com). Stateside, animal lovers can head west to Wyomings National Museum of Wildlife Art, where pioneers of the genre are always on view (including Friedrich Kuhnerts majestic Resting Tiger). Those interested in wildlife art can also visit wildlifeart.org.

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Rhonda Eleish & Edie van Breems

Steven Stolman

Reections on Swedish Interiors Simple, graceful forms, whitewashed and painted nishes, and an ethereal quality of light are the hallmarks of Swedishinspired spaces, whether they are in an urban loft or country cabin. Authors Eleish and Van Breems reect on the timeless and enduring elements of Swedish style. (Gibbs Smith, $50) Amy Elbert

Scalamandr Haute Dcor Legendary textile design house Scalamandr is celebrating 84 years of creating fabrics and trims for some of the worlds most prestigious homes, from the White House to San Simeon. Company president Stolman takes a playful romp through the businesss history, with photos, quips, and quotes from notable names in the design world. (Gibbs Smith, $75) A.E.

Brian J. McCarthy

Luminous Interiors Working by the motto that no two homes are alike, designer Brian J. McCarthy brings together a rich mlange of styles, textures, and colors, as well as a passion for art and architecture to create rooms as distinctive as their owners. In this book, McCarthy takes us to nine homes, including his own, giving helpful insights into his design processes. (Abrams, $60) A.E.

Jennifer Boles

In With The Old: Classic Dcor from A to Z Blogger extraordinaire Jennifer Boles (check out peakofchic.com) delves into the origins and endearing traits of classic home furnishings from andirons to portieres (draperies for doorways) to murals to zebra prints. For each of the 100 featured items, Boles has hints for incorporating it into your home today. (Potter Style, $35) A.E.

Jenifer Jordan & Hilary Rose

Been There Shot That: Interior Design Peared Down From photographer Jenifer Jordan and stylist Hilary Rosewhose work has graced our pages comes a volume of varied interiors with clever advice on everything from symmetry to excess (One bleu cheese olive is ne, thank you.) (beenthereshotthat.net, $29.95) Rebecca Christian

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GREET THE SEASON WITH A FORMAL LUNCHEON FEATURING SPRING-FRESH COLORS
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pring is the time to fall in love. So when Traditional Home senior style editor Krissa Rossbund took a tumble for the gorgeous Limoges porcelain dinnerware she spotted at market, her immediate inclination was to devise a table setting that balanced formality with a fresh look appropriate for a spring luncheon. Her affection for the dinnerwares soft turquoise rimbeautifully embellished with goldbecame the basis for an

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Golden accents on the tableon almost every item, from the atware to the votive candles are echoed in the distinctive ower-lled gold vases of varying heights from LObjet (l-objet.com). Glass vases are from Rosenthal (rosenthalusa.com).

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A oral touch brings surprise to each setting, with colorful ranunculus made of dyed shells by artist Karen Robertson (karenrobertson.com). Linen napkins by Nuko Creations are edged with crochet-and-pearl trim for a touched by hand sensibility (nukocreations.com).

The delicately detailed and scalloped Eden Turquoise Limoges porcelain soup bowl from Bernardaud (212/371-4300) inspired the dining rooms soft palette. Its beautifully paired with a bone china Lismore Lace service plate from Waterford (wwrd.com).

Tastefully Textured

Golden Winslow sterling atware with braided gold edges through Replacements (replacements.com) glows atop peach linen placemats from Sferra (sferra.com), which peek through an ivory overlay made of crochet-like Cosmino Sheer fabric from fschumacher.com.

Bill of Fare

A distinctively printed menu from Anna Griffin (annagriffin.com) adds a certain element to any event, connoting that not only is the meal thoroughly and thoughtfully plannedbut that its bound to taste absolutely wonderful!

Proustian Delight

Send guests home with Grapefruit Madeleines, brushed with a grapefruit glaze and a dipping sauce of grapefruit-infused syrup. These petite sponge cakes have not only inspired the writings of Marcel Proust but also lyrics by the Pet Shop Boys.

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A runner made of Bellini silk lightens the table, while panels fashioned from Rosegate embroidered linen add subtle pattern to the windows; both fabrics are from Schumacher (fschumacher.com). The Gentry chairs and Northwest Passage table are from Drexel Heritage (drexelheritage.com); Allusion chandeliers are from Currey & Company (curreyandcompany.com); candlesticks are by Rosanna Inc. (rosannainc.com).

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unexpected palette of peach, orange, ivory, yellow, and bluethe colors, Krissa says, that bring to mind cloudless skies, fragrant rose blossoms, and captivating sunsets. I wanted a soft palette that suggests the lightness of spring and a look that is unapologetically feminine but not overly sweet, she explains. The airy tablescape is anchored by a silk runner and peach linen placemats topped by rectangles of ivory crocheted lace she snipped from a length of fabric. Above the table hangs a pair of chandeliers whose transparent dangling orbs catch the light like the shimmering bubbles a child might blow on springs rst warm day. Adept at repeating motifs that may only be noticed unconsciously but nonetheless contribute to a pleasing whole, Krissa chose draperies with an abstract scroll pattern that echoes the more literal scroll pattern on the backs of the dining chairs. To decorate the table, glass vases hold cheery orange ranunculus and gently nodding tulips in pale yellow. Filled with blue hydrangeas, heftier glass vases in shimmering gold are simple in form yet twisted and uted to catch the eye. Likewise, the menu is sophisticated but freshfrom the rst sip of a light, cool White Negroni cocktail (the breezier sister of the brassy martini) to the last irresistible dollop of panna cotta with rhubarb preserves.

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Recipes by Chef Robert Marzinsky of Philadelphias Fitler Dining Room (tlerdiningroom.com)

Nonstick cooking spray teaspoons unavored gelatin cup water cups whipping cream cups sugar vanilla bean, split lengthwise and seeds scraped and reserved 2 cups buttermilk to 1 cup good-quality rhubarb or strawberry preserves Good-quality balsamic vinegar, such as an aged Aceto Balsamico di Modena 3 2 1 1

Lightly coat eight 6-ounce custard cups or ramekins with nonstick spray. Place in shallow baking pan; set aside. In small bowl sprinkle gelatin over water. Do not stir. Let stand 5 minutes. Meanwhile, in medium saucepan combine whipping cream, sugar, vanilla bean and vanilla seeds. Heat over medium heat until hot but not boiling. Add gelatin mixture; stir until gelatin dissolves. Remove from heat. Remove vanilla bean; discard. Whisk in buttermilk. Divide mixture among custard cups or ramekins. Cover; chill completely, 4 to 24 hours or until set. To unmold, if using custard cups, run thin knife along inside edges of mold. If necessary, dip bottom of ramekins in hot water for 3 seconds. Turn custards over onto serving plates, and spoon 1 to 2 tablespoons rhubarb preserves over each custard; drizzle with balsamic vinegar. Makes 8 servings. Make Ahead Tip: Panna cottas can easily be made up to 24 hours before a meal and chilled until ready to serve.
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THIS FLORIDA SHOWHOUSE FLAUNTS BOLD COLOR AND FABULOUS DESIGN


WRITTEN BY CLARA HANEBERG PHOTOGRAPHY BY ROBERT BRANTLEY

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hile envisioning your tropical dream housewe all do this, right?nubby linens, sheer cottons, grass cloth, sisal, wicker, and driftwood undoubtedly come to mind. Add some bright color, geometric patterns, comfortable seating, and underwater accents, and you have the makings of a home worthy of Floridas beautiful beaches.

All this and more was on display during the 2013 American Red Cross Designers Showhouse in West Palm Beach, Florida. Now in its 38th yearthe 2014 edition is open February 20 through March 22 the design event continues to kick-start our calendar year as the rst showhouse stop. Join us as we whisk you away to a Key West-style retreat on a tour of last years sea-inspired spaces.
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Lisa Erdmann & Eden Tepper

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The foyer isnt just this homes entry, it also acts as an art gallery and an alternative dining area. Its truly the spine of the rst oor, says Stephen Mooney. Serving as the designs jumping-off point is the drapery fabric with aqua and silver undertones. The wall-towall sea-grass rug concealing polished marble oors instantly warms the room. A round antique rosewood table plays host to chilled champagne and decadent desserts. Overhead, a bell-jar lantern makes a clear statement.

Foyer

It honors the striking style for which Palm Beach is known, says Lisa Erdmann of this chic space. Grass-cloth wallcovering injects a pop of pattern, as does the sofas subtle trellis-print upholstery and the colorful dragon print on the draperies. Neutral linen and nailhead trim enhance the studys low ceiling, while a coffee table with a faux-snakeskin top anchors the sitting area. The tropical look of wood-and-cane chairs suits the room perfectly, and a herringbonepatterned sisal rug incorporates stylish texture underfoot.

Daryl McCann for Gregory Lombardi Design Pool Area


A living wall of owering perennials is the brilliant backdrop for the pool area (preceding page). Shaped by Daryl McCann on behalf of Gregory Lombardi Design, the dynamic outdoor space features lush greenery and prime pool views. Rattan sofas and side tables from Gloster, plush pillows, and blossoming orchids complete the cozy conversation spot.

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Jennifer Garrigues & Diana El-Daher


All-white walls and a coordinating sofa achieve a light and airy look in this room ideal for socializing. Natural fabrics and materialsnote the linen pillows, sisal area rug, and reclaimed-wood coffee and console tablessupport the island living theme. The large silver globe lantern is the designers favorite. When lit, it projects just the right amount of inviting light, says Jennifer Garrigues. Fauxanimal prints on the ottoman and rug contribute to the exotic aura.

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Aiming to create a calm retreat encouraging rest and relaxation, Joseph Cortes and Kevin Marnell of HomeLife Interiors used pops of terra-cotta on the bed linens and patterned wallpaper rimming the ceiling to energize the otherwise neutral room. The border lent a feminine feel but didnt make men squirm, says Joseph Cortes. The brass-nished bed with woven leather straps and crocodile bedside tables are by Drexel Heritage. A sculptural lounge chair and an antique bench with curved legs sit poised and pretty atop the tribal area rug and sisal carpet.

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NXG Studios Melissa and Noe Guerra set out to design a gourmet kitchen with high function and minimal clutter. Echoing the homes arched doorways is the hood area over the stove. We wanted to frame the cooking space as its own special place, Melissa Guerra explains. The rooms gray-beige cabinetry is accented with glass mosaic tile backsplashes by Crossville. Up close, the concrete countertops reveal grains of sanda nod to the beautiful beaches nearby. A succulent centerpiece brings texture to the table surrounded by white-painted chairs with polka-dot upholstery from CR Laine. Stainless-steel appliances are by Electrolux.

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Allison Paladino decided to treat the narrow upstairs hall as the homes secondary foyer. I like taking nondescript spaces and transforming them with glamorous, jewel-like treatments, she explains. The pale blue wall paint from Benjamin Moore reminded her of the Palm Beach water on a clear day. Flanking the console table are mahogany screens with cream relief panels, all from Palladinos collection for E.J. Victor. Four framed prints crown a demilune bench against the end wall.

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Designer Mimi Masri transformed the dining area into a stylish underwater sanctuary. The light-to-dark treatment of the walls delivers a sense of direction and depth, while whimsical hand-painted jellysh and overhead LED lighting bring the sea scene to life. Masri redesigned the hand-blown bubble chandelier to hang just above the dining table. It resembles true bubbles that would escape from a divers regulator, she says. Mirrors embellish the ceilings timbered grid, which looks as if its oating on the waters surface.

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It shows the sophisticated side of coastal living, says Joseph Pubillones of the studio he designed. Despite its small (12x15 feet) proportions, the room offers plenty of seating without feeling stuffy. Polka-dot fabric panels instantly soften the wooden blinds on the windows. Patterns play a big role, appearing on the pillows, zebra-print chairs, paneled chests, and area rug. An antique loveseat and cozy club chairs form a sitting area around the two-tiered coffee table. Ceramic turtle shells enhance the tropical atmosphere.

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Vintage Palm Beach during the 1950s and 60s inspired Gary McBournies vibrant master bedroom. This conjured up visions of white furniture, simple yet sophisticated graphic prints, and carpet woven from natural island bers, he says. Choosing an orange-and-green fabric from his own collection for the chairs, bench, and window treatment, the designer paper-backed the material for use on the walls. Squares of grass-mat carpet were sewn together to custom-t the room. The bath boasts custom aquamarine walls with a Venetian-plaster nish. An orange wire chair with a Caribbean-toile cushion brings a bit of whimsy.
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tlanta real estate agent Suzy Smith knows where to put her home-improvement dollars: in the kitchen. With a teenaged daughter soon heading to college, she also anticipates that she and husband Ed will be ready to downsize and sell their home sometime in the next ve years. I told my husband that either we spend the money now and get some enjoyment out of a pretty new kitchen for the next few years or we take a hit when we sell the house, Suzy explains. While the kitchen in their eight-year-old home was satisfactory, it wasnt going to win any beauty contestsor woo would-be buyers. It was dark, and knots in the wood cabinets were beginning to bleed through the cream-colored glaze. The oor plan had drawbacks, too. Access to the food pantry required walking through the adjacent

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on the countertop to the left of the sink. The food processor and small appliances are kept inside the mirrored cabinet. 2. Rustic metal lanterns with burlaplike tops add texture and a casual, warm vibe and provide soft illumination. 3. The range hood is handcrafted with a mixture of ground stone pressed into a mold lined with copper dust. 4. Charging stations for each member of the family are concealed in velvetlined drawers wired with multiple outlets.

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The island has a walnut top and perimeter countertops are Borneo marble with a matte leather nish. Subway tiles by the sink are from Walker Zanger. Faucet is from Kohler. The Smiths were able to keep an existing window valance above the sink.

laundry room, whichoddlyenjoyed prime real estate at the front of the house. When Atlanta kitchen designer Matthew Quinn walked into the kitchen, his rst thought was, Where are the windows? It was very dark and just didnt look like the Smiths, says the designer, who did the couples kitchen in a previous house when they were newlyweds. Quinn sized up the space and presented two design options. They could update the kitchen without removing walls oras Quinn preferredmove the laundry elsewhere, take down the wall dividing the two rooms, and push the kitchen to the front of the house. The latter approach would capture more space, light, and views. Suzy agreed the wall and laundry room needed to go, which gained nearly 80 square feet for the new kitchen and a stunning focal-point wall that includes a new range, a stone-and-copper hood,

and a tile backsplash set between the arched windows. Those arched windows are fabulous, Quinn says, adding that the wall is the most architecturally important element in the room. The hood is handmade with a mixture of ground limestone, marble, and resins that are pressed into a mold, he explains. The copper surface was created by lining the mold with copper dust and then pressing the stone mixture into it. Suzy notes that the hood has the look of sheet metal without the noise of vibrations or the maintenance issues. While the kitchen space was enlarged from 232 square feet to about 312 square feet, Quinn kept the layout similar because it had worked well for Suzy. A 9-foot-long island topped with black walnut and curved on one side provides eating and work surfaces, and houses a microwave, two refrigerator drawers, a pellet ice maker

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Custom-made heart-pine cabinets hang on walls painted Benjamin Moores Brandon Beige. White lacquered cabinetry is from Downsview Kitchens. Pantry door Mirrored panels and faux drawers mask the pantrys entrance Family dining area An oil painting lifts via a motorized system to reveal a at-panel TV mounted in the wall. The pine table was painted to match the RH dining chairs.

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(a must-have for Ed), and a fold-back door that conceals a lift-up shelf for the heavy stand mixer. Nearly all the appliances are integrated into the cabinetrya Quinn signature. I prefer something other than a stainless-steel appliance to attract my eye, he says. To the left of the range, a warming drawer looks like a standard cabinet drawer. The refrigerator, a tall dish cabinet, and the pantry door are camouaged behind custom mirrored panels with curving lead mullions. No one can tell the pantry is there. Its a fun surprise, Quinn says. The mullion design was inspired by a tiny detail in gates outside the home, he points out. Three charging station drawers, one for each family member, are tucked under the countertop near the pantry. Outlets in the back of each velvet-lined drawer allow for charging multiple

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deviceslaptops, phones, and tabletswhich keeps the tangle of cords out of sight. Even the television in the dining area is hidden, inset in the wall behind a painting that rises at the touch of a button. Custom wall cabinets made with salvaged heart-pine wood and antiqued glass hold the Smiths delicate wineglasses. When you open the doors, theres this fabulous wood smell that goes so well with wine, Quinn says. The Smiths frequently entertain, and Suzy enjoys working at the island while guests sit on the stools or in the adjoining dining area. Having a kitchen that is truly the heart of the home, a place where people feel comfortable hanging out, is everything, she says happily.

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heres no rule that says spring cleaning has to last only one spring. Cheryl and Danny Hansford spent a full 18 months spiffing up the 1960s architecture of their longtime home overlooking a golf course in Pleasanton, Californiaand swept away a lifetime of tchotchkes, oversized furniture, and outdated accessories in the process. That kind of dramatic change would terrify many people, but the Hansfords fearlessly embraced their big purge and in return got the home of their dreams. Rethinking your life with such condence takes encouragement. Luckily, Cheryl and husband Danny, a steel company executive and avid golfer, got that in spades when they hired interior

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Dining room The ebony nish of a steel glassware cabinet was meticulously matched to Kevin Reillys Altar hanging light for continuity. To keep the mood relaxed, Hickory Chair dining chairs, upholstered in a neutral Moore & Giles leather, rest on a woven seagrass rug. Living room The existing concrete replace was sheathed in Venetian plaster. A sofa by Maison Luxe and two tufted chairs from Milling Road provide abundant comfort. Exterior The 1969 ranch was clad in shingles, giving the house a stylized Craftsman look. Preceding page In the entry, a ceiling lantern from Visual Comfort and table lamp from Circa Lighting illuminate framed family photos.

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Weinribs Gemma rug and Barclay Buteras zebra-print Newport lounge chair with ottoman add a big impact to this neutral palette. Artwork from Natural Curiosities and an Herms throw maintain the color scheme.

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THEN: Oriental carpets in dark colors like rusty red, navy blue, and hunter green. They evoke the 1980s for me, says designer Kelie Grosso.

NOW: Big exotic-patterned rugs are new classics, says Grosso But only in simple neutrals. Purple or bright red gets dated fast. Natural wools, sisals, and seagrass rugs are also high on Grossos list these days. But I might take a sisal and bind it with a Kelly green leather edge to elevate it a bit. As for tried-and-true Orientals? Grosso still loves them, but not in deep colors. Orientals with softer palettes feel right today.

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designer Kelie Grosso. For two years, the couple had been staring at blueprints for a makeover of the one-story ranch theyd purchased in 1999. But until their daughter Anne Marie introduced them to Grosso, owner of Seattles Maison Luxe, they hadnt been able to pull the trigger. We knew we needed more room for our two married daughters and four grandchildren, says Cheryl, a confessed serial entertainer, and I really wanted a bigger party space! But Grosso says Cheryl still needed a little push. First, the Hansfords tore off an old porch that Cheryl recalls as dark, dark, dark, which also blocked light into the house. In its place they added 500 sun-drenched square feet of space encom-

passing a new breakfast room and a much-expanded great room, with unobstructed views of Dannys beloved golf course. The next major task was cleaning up the seemingly random French country feel of the place. For instance, the old family room had a cavernous cathedral ceiling, 16 feet at its peak, but the adjacent open kitchens ceiling was only 8 feet high. Splitting the difference, they took the expansive new great rooms ceiling down and brought the kitchens up to meet it. Its amazing. Even though its a much larger space, it feels cozier than before, says Cheryl. Indeed, on a cool Northern California evening, the great room, with its replace radiating warmth throughout, is clearly the new soul of the home.
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Criswell created the expansive two-tier terrace furnished with an Azimuth table and Vitali chairs by Janus et Cie. Blue batik pillows from Ralph Lauren accent seating pieces, including a white Janus et Cie Azimuth settee and white barrel tables from Wisteria. Custom iron fences suggest a feeling of walls for the outdoor room.

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The whole place went through that kind of recalibration and repurposing. Whats now the office used to be the dining room, says Cheryl, adding that the dining room now occupies the window side of the great room, just steps from French doors to the terrace. Before, wed have to cram the whole family in the old dining room, and it didnt even have a window, says Cheryl. It was just a closed-in hovel! Kelie made it into an office and suggested adding a window with a view of the valley. Its perfect. Perfect now, but when Grosso rst saw the drawings for the houses radical new plan, she knew the Hansfords furnishings were a match for the before house, not the after. I said to myself, Oh, no; so many of her things have got to go. But luckily,

Cheryl was ready to do it! The pair walked around the house with a roll of blue tape, tagging anything tired or dated, and shipped it all off to auction or donated it to a charity. The houses contents are probably 80 percent new, admits Grosso, and it was a tough transition for the Hansfords because they had all these collections. So I said, Well put some of it in storage and get back to it later, but Cheryl said, No, lets be honest; were never going back. Cheryl can laugh about it now. I realized that even though I loved my things, I was living in a grandma house. I even got rid of the plaster hood over the stove that I thought was so chic back in the daysuddenly it seemed huge and ugly! Now Im all about things that are clean and simple.
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the designers love for French style, a vintage 19th-century Louis Philippe gilt mirror hangs from antiqued mirror panels accented with rosettes. Illumination is provided by rock crystal sconces from Kallista and a sparkling ceiling light from Matthew Studios.

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And what could be simpler than a life lived in just three colors? One way Grosso freshened the style here was by limiting the palette to camel, black, and white, using those colors over and over again throughout the house. It creates a clear-your-mind kind of house, a fresh, crisp way to live, she explains. While there may be very little color, there is a host of textures to tease the eyea cowhide rug in the entry, burlap grass-cloth walls in the office, a gloriously worn farm table in the breakfast area, and nubby linen slipcovers in the living room. Pattern also adds interestlike the exotic ikat that upholsters the master bed and the eyecatching zebra-print chair in the great room. The collective impact of the homes three signature colors is serene and supremely liv-

able. Kelie made this house so much more comfortable, says Cheryl. I can see now how much easier it is to live in a house with less visual noise and more open space. I keep saying, Why didnt we do this before? The house just ows into the outdoors. And what is Dannys view of the renovation? He nally gets to look at the golf courseand Danny always wants to look at the golf course!
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WHEN A HOME SHE HAD LONG ADMIRED WENT ON THE MARKET, DESIGNER SUZANNE KIPP LOST NO TIME IN MAKING IT HERS

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the generously sized foyer, Suzanne Kipp added a round center table and a secretary.

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uzanne and Dan Kipp had no plans to move. There was no real reason to. The couple was perfectly content in their Winnetka, Illinois, home. It had provided many memories for the two of them and their three children since they moved to the village just north of Chicago in 1995. The Kipps werent looking at real estate listings or touring open houses. But as they walked their dog and drove through one particular neighborhood, a classic example of Georgian architecture situated on an arresting corner lot always cast a spell on them. Design is my passion, explains Suzanne. Its what I studied in school and what I have practiced throughout my career for the past 27 years. This house spoke to me every time I passed it. It was inviting me to come in and take a look. When I saw that it was for sale and that an open house was scheduled, I knew that Dan and I were destined to visit it. To someone without a design sixth sense, the house and its dated aesthetics (think millwork painted bright turquoise!) would have offered only a pleasant way to while away a Sunday afternoon. Built in 1910, it had been home to four owners, all with their own

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Dining room A graceful crystal chandelier adds dazzle to an Edward Ferrell+Lewis Mittman settee and an antique dining ensemble. Dining chairs have been reupholstered in fabric from Manuel Canovas. Preceding pages Above an armless sofa from Hickory Chair, the Richmond Afternoon oil by artist David Gordon adds a landscape of cypress trees. Suzanne found the pair of metal coffee tables at One Kings Lane.

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primarily by Suzanne and Dan, the porch is reached through French doors in the dining room, making it an ideal spot for pre-dinner drinks with friends. Kitchen Updated architecture, a large working island, and bookcases installed in the breakfast nook were all parts of the renovation.
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visions and revisions. But Suzanne, who had ventured through the renovation process many times professionally, recognized the beauty that lay within. She and Dan agreed to devote their time and energy to returning the house to its glory. The Kipps new purchase had its limitations. Zoning laws prevented adding square footage to the brick house. But given its spacious rooms, which merely needed a visual facelift, the couple was glad to keep structural alterations to a minimum and to retain the homes architectural integrity. They called on Elissa Morgante and Fred Wilson of Morgante-Wilson Architects, with whom they had worked on a previous home. The pair drew plans to bump out the kitchen slightly, which created space for a mudroom, half bathroom, and den. Transformed from a 1970s update that included columns and laminate cabinets, the kitchen now reects the familys contemporary lifestyle and is the heart of the home. The layout and the original moldings of the house were perfect, Wilson says. You wouldnt have wanted to change them. Within the kitchen, we enhanced efficiency by creating a butlers pantry and the other utilitarian spaces.

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pieces of furniturea desk featuring a feathery grain from Jonathan Charles Fine Furniture and a Hancock & Moore ottoman covered in a houndstooth hair-on-hidecommand attention in the room painted in a shade of black from Farrow & Ball. Leather armchairs are from Pottery Barn, and the three-tier occasional table is from Baker.

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Enhanced by a pair of elegant crystal chandeliers, the all-white kitchen exudes glamour. The color scheme is evidence of Suzannes commitment to making a neutral palette ow throughout the homes formal and grand public spaces. When I was young and had my rst house, I wanted to do everything, explains Suzanne. I didnt think about the ow of the house, so there wasnt one set scheme. I did navy in the dining room, and green and red in other places. The house we were coming from was also lled with color. My kitchen was French country in style with painted oors and pine cabinetry. I was ready for change, and since we were making this unexpected move, I thought we should start with a clean slate. The spacious living room begged for multiple conversation areas instead of one central arrangement. To tie the groupings together, Suzanne selected furniture that offers easy segues. In front of the replacepainted black to draw attentiona settee faces a versatile backless bench, allowing an unobstructed view to the grand piano and a banquette-style sofa. At the opposite end of the room, a pair of slipper chairs repeats the symmetry of the two

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Master bedroom The stately bed from Hickory Chair wears a Pratesi coverlet and a skirt made in fabric from Kravet. A comfortable chair and ottoman rest in front of the replace. Master bath A mirrored panel installation sparks allure in the master bath. We designed the bathroom to be glamorous and to speak to the architecture of the house, says architect Fred Wilson. Tile and marble ooring are from Waterworks.

front windows dressed with champagne-colored silk drapery panels. An antique console table rests between the windows. The square proportions of the dining room suited the Kipps existing antique round table, but Suzanne also wanted to soften the rooms stately architecture, which includes a pair of French doors leading to the sun porch. She removed the patterned wallpaper, pulled pale blue from the rug and applied it to the ceiling, added extra seating with a settee covered in linen, and reupholstered the dining chairs in a steelblue velvet. A nal llip is a traditional crystal chandelier descending from the ceiling in front of a gold-framed mirror. While the palette of the Kipp home consistently follows a neutral path, its not all in pale colors. Dans office and library, formerly the sunroom, was stripped down to the studs and rebuilt with new windows, doors, and millwork. With so much natural light ooding the room, Suzanne was condent that it could handle a dark hue. So she painted the rooms perimeters a handsome, masculine black that is balanced by ivory-colored wall-to-wall carpet. The room is appointed with dark furniture, too. An oval mahogany desk sets the tone for brown leather club chairs. Punctuating the space is a

large-scale ottoman covered with houndstooth hair-on-hide in chocolate brown and white. On the second oor, Suzanne designed the master bedroom and bath as a peaceful retreat where she could relax at the end of the day, both mentally and visually. A four-poster in dark mahogany anchors the pale gray walls warmed by a patterned, tone-on-tone carpet and sheer drapery panels. The goal of any residential design includes creating a pleasant backdrop for daily family life and special gatherings. But to Suzanne and Dan, it was important that this project preserve a snapshot of architectural history, too. This renovation was about so much more than providing a beautiful and functional environment for our family, says Suzanne. We take great pride in reviving something that already existed. When teardowns happen in old neighborhoods, art and craftsmanship are lost. Instead of getting rid of this home and all of its classic elements, we brought it back to life.
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ownsizing from a family home on a large suburban lot to a garden home means less maintenance. But it can also mean less privacy. Birmingham, Alabama, residents Judy and Jim Carns didnt let narrow lot lines infringe on their planned lifestyle change. Instead, they built a home with a walled garden that offers plenty of seclusion as well as an enchanting setting that never fails to delight guests. When the couple moved in, they had little more to work with than a brick patio and Birminghams red clay soil. Enlisting garden designers Max Garcia and David Swindal, Judy asked for privacy, sanctuary, and a garden that looked as if it had always been there. Even though our house is new, it has an old-world ambience that sets the tone for the gardens, she says. The designers set about adding structure to the existing 10-foothigh garden walls that surround the 3,000-square-foot area. We didnt want the walls to look like a fortress, says Garcia, so we
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varied their treatments, adding brick, fountains, planters, niches, and tall foundation plants. At the homes entrance, a loggia opens onto the front garden. A row of Emerald Green arborvitae blocks the street view. Another wall covered in creeping g ivy overlaid with a crisscross trellis of Confederate Jasmine separates the courtyard from the neighbors. A burbling fountain drowns out street noise.
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that features aquatic plants. The brick helps break up the expanse of the stucco walls. Preceding pages Arches frame the front loggia. New Dawn roses over the center arch and an urn fountain set a serene tone. Patio garden Although the garden is only ve years old, mature plantings, climbing vines, and hanging baskets combine in clever arrangements to give a timeless feeling. Alleyway An antique iron gate opens onto a beautifully landscaped sandstone path that leads to the rear garden.

Fountain A lions head set into a brick arch spouts water into a small pool

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Potted asparagus ferns and geraniums in the front courtyard

Surrounding the fountain, hedges of clipped Winter Gem boxwood frame beds lled with Judys favorite hues of purple, pink, and lime green. A spray of New Dawn roses cascades from the center arch of the loggia. The blooms are magnicent, says Swindal. Even when they fall, they create the most exquisite pale pink carpet. You have to cherish them to the very last petal. An antique iron gate accesses a 5-foot-wide alley that leads to the rear loggia and garden. Dense with ferns, hostas, and impatiens, the border of the sandstone path brims with blooms and texture. This is my favorite part of the garden, says Judy. It reminds me of a narrow alleyway in Charleston, South Carolina. The front garden reminds me of Tuscanythough I have never been there, she adds with a laugh. The back garden recalls New Orleans and Savannah. Much like these old cities, the garden evolved without any strict plan. Judy would see something in a book, or we would have an idea and we would make it happen from there, Swindal says. Im the

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WHERE Birmingham, Alabama CONDITIONS The red clay was replaced with ll dirt and topsoil CLIMATE Humid and subtropical with hot summers and mild winters HIGHLIGHTS Walled courtyard gardens connected by a narrow alley, plus two fountains and a wide variety of plantings and ornaments that offer year-round interest. A multitude of containersbig and smallallows the owner to experiment with different plant combinations and change out seasonal color on a whim. HOUSE

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dreamer, and Max is the one with the skill to make things happen. So Garcia and Swindal worked to ll the back courtyard with Southern ambience. Because of the tight constraints of the lot and the height of the walls, interior windows looked straight out to the bare stucco walls, so we also had to create a view, notes Garcia. Filling the void, water splashes into an aquatic garden brimming with lotus and lilies. An arbor offers a shady spot along the back wall. My garden is a mix of formal and casual, explains Judy. I love the casualness of black-eyed Susans and sunowers combined with elegant and dazzling tropicals like orchids and mandevillas. From every vantage, there is something to behold. Judy enjoys the comfort of the loggia, and the front gardens stone bench is my little private place where I enjoy meditating and just being still and quiet. Sometimes, she steps out onto the roof of her second story just to take it all in. You can see the whole garden from up there, she says.
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A PAIR OF LOS ANGELES DESIGNERS REVIVES A DRIED-OUT PALM SPRINGS

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ouses are like puppies to me, muses designer Roger Stoker. Its hard for me to turn away from one that needs helpand this house was calling out for us to bring it back to life. Both Roger and his partner, Michael Ostrow, were intrigued by this house in particular. It needed serious design assistance, but it was ideally located in the Indian Canyons neighborhood of Palm Springs, where the two were searching for the right second home. Like much of the Los Angeles design and entertainment community, Roger and Michaelboth designers and co-owners of Grace Home Furnishings in Brentwoodhad developed an appreciation for the desert citys easy proximity to L.A. (Appropriately, their shops mascot is a chocolate Lab pup named Grace.) With its pristine midcentury architectural specimens and a culture that attracts design lovers and preservationists, the Springs already felt like home. We thought about where we wanted to be when we retire, and since many of our friends already have second homes here, it felt like the right place, explains Roger. After successfully securing ownership of the Brady-Bunchturned-half-baked-Mediterranean property, as Roger describes it, Roger and Michael immediately refreshed the down-at-theheels garden by implementing proper irrigation systems, rolling
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out a fresh new green lawn, reviving the 21 neglected shaggy palms with a proper arborist trim, and resurfacing the plaster pool in a chic and durable pebble nish. No one had lived on the property for more than two years, and everything but the bougainvillea and palms had died, recalls Roger. The design duo took a practical approach as they tackled the dark and dated interior of the 2,400-square-foot house. First, they updated the electrical system, adding light xtures in bolder, brighter colorsincluding some rewired vintage ndsin every room. They also addressed decoration, replacing all of the dirty, incongruous wall and ceiling colors with repeat coats of fresh vanilla paint tastefully accented with slim lines of dark chocolate at the baseboards and around windows. Then they painted the exterior in the same vanilla and chocolate combination to bring the houses Spanish references forward in a modern way. We touched every surface on this house, inside and out, except for the Spanish tile roof and oors, Roger notes. To tie into the crisp contrast of the new ivory-and-espresso background palette, Roger and Michael also made sure to choose or re-color most mid-toned wood surfaces in the furniture to an updated, almost-black shade. It looks more modern, says Roger. The same high-contrast approach applies to the custom oorto-ceiling cream linen curtains bordered with a dark brown band along the hem. The simple curtain design is used throughout the

house to create a seamless wall-into-window covering with the bonus of the dark brown baseboard hems camouaging any upswept dirt bound to trail in through open doors. Every choice we made was with the thought of ease, durability, and second-home living, Roger points out. The wall-into-curtain backdrop also allows the wilder tangerine and fuchsia colors and exotic patterns to take center stage in the living and dining areas. Durable pieces upholstered in bathing-suit friendly fabrics plus just enough tongue-in-cheek vintage lamps and accessories can induce an I Dream of Jeannie or The Brady Bunch chuckle. Says Michael of the classic 70s hot-pink-and-orange palette of most of the fabrics, Ive always loved this old Brunschwig & Fils pink-and-orange fabric, but it wasnt right for any of the projects I

Sitting area A pair of brown-and-orange velvet wing chairs ank a fully functioning bar cabinet and stand opposite a 1970s-era Mediterranean settee upholstered in the Brunschwig & Fils hot-pink-and-orange fabric that inspired the palette and playful decor for the entire house. Preceding pages In the pool area, the new owners shook up the naturaltoned oasis with pops of yellow and orange on the furniture and accessories, including shocking pink towels and beach balls. They also revived palm trees, giving the grounds of their home a rescue treatment, too. In the entry hall, vanilla white walls with dark chocolate trim and Mission-style furniture offer crisp contrast to the couples freewheeling fabric and accessories. The orange Mission-style doorsa welcome update of the previously dried-out wooden oneshint at the homes cheer.

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Dining area The Spanish colonial-style space offers sturdy cane-back dining chairs from Noir upholstered in Kravet fabric. The heavy-duty yet elegant Casteli round dining table from Dovetail holds bright orange Chalice Gourds vases from Emissary. The designers updated the plain linen lamp shades with stock velvet ribbon in bright orange, making the store-bought Stelle chandelier from Feiss look more custom with minimal fuss.

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was doing. When we got this house, I was so excited because I could nally use this fabric. It became the inspiration for the whole house. The orange spice-and-mocha Zenobia Linen fabric by Brunschwig & Fils has a place of pride in the center sitting area of the house, upholstering a vintage 1970s Mediterranean-style settee paired with a midcentury Moroccan brass-topped table. The amboyant pieces hint at the playful exotic notes found throughout the house in Suzani textiles, old matador and amenco dancer oil paintings, and jewel-toned genie-bottle decanters. The designers culled vintage pieces from local haunts, online sources such as Etsy, eBay, One Kings Lane, and First Dibs, and combined them with trusted new pieces from their usual vendors. We have a lot of resources at our ngertips, admits Roger. Their tireless work ethic, passion for preservation, and ingenuity in making vintage nds work in new ways to keep a second-house budget in mind were all factors in their warp-speed three-month realization of the major renovation. Our mission was to enhance the houses two key design elementsthe 70s and the Spanish architectureand use the best of both worlds. We like to call it Modern Montecito with a 70s Groove, he laughs. By the look and feel of the party-ready atmospherethe revived palms swaying, saline pool beckoning, and icy refreshments within arms reachmission is accomplished and rescue complete.
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Michael Ostrow, left, and Roger Stoker with Grace, their chocolate Lab

functioning glory, stand at either side of the faux suede sofa and loveseat from Grace Home Furnishings. The bright velvets and trims of pillows made from old Suzani textiles were found on Etsy and bring color and comfort to the open-plan living space. A paisley rug from Oriental Weavers provides swirls of color and a springboard for the rooms color direction. Casual breakfast area A 1960s faux-rattan ip-top piece from McGuire serves as the casual kitchen dining and game table. Vintage Savonarola iron-andbrass chairs are re-covered in orange faux suede. The house is accented with soulful nds like a hand-painted chess set from the 1940s.

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Bedroom The Montecito Bed, upholstered in vintage Suzani, lends vivid turquoise, terra-cotta, and fuchsia to the otherwise peaceful master bedroom.

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Old-house acionados who love a good before-and-after project, Michael and Roger recently purchased another Palm Springs house they deem even more ideal than the one featured here. Thats good news for us, too, because many of the decorative items shown on these pages are up for grabs as Michael and Roger prepare to move. A special Before & After Tastemaker Tag Sale begins January 22 on One Kings Lane. To see more photos of the house and to start shopping, visit onekingslane.com.

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ATLANTA DESIGNERS IMMERSE THEMSELVES IN THE WORKS OF AN ICONIC SOUTHERN ARCHITECT TO UPDATE A CLASSIC HOME
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George, a Portuguese water dog, on the stone patio outside of the family room. The French doors with a fan transom replaced ones that had been added years ago. We wanted doors that looked more original to the house, Nicole says. Carriage house/garage The garage (of a later vintage) was replaced with a structure inspired by the houses classic architecture. Preceding page Cream sofa and chairs from Waterfall Charles of London set a relaxed mood in the glassed-in porch next to the living room. The ceiling is painted Birds Egg by Benjamin Moore. An ottoman topped by a silver tray anchors the living room seating area.

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ay the name Neel Reid in Atlanta circlesor at least among people who have a passion for home design and there will likely be solemn nods of appreciation. Reid was not just an architect, he was the architect in Atlanta, Macon, and other Georgia cities in the early part of the 20th century. Although he died in 1926, the homes he designed many in Atlantas prestigious Buckhead neighborhoodare still coveted and revered for their traditional style, graceful proportions, and classic details. Todays Southern architects respectfully tread carefully when renovating a Neel Reid home. In 2006, Nicole and Neil Metzheiser fell in love with a 1918 Reid-designed home in Atlanta and moved in with their three preschool-age boys. I grew up in an old house in Michigan, and Ive always appreciated their charms, Nicole says. This house was such a great family home, with a nice ow, great old windows with wavy glass, and wonderful natural light, she adds. We didnt do a whole lot in the beginning because we wanted to live there rst to see what we liked and what needed to be changed, explains Nicole, who is a professional interior designer.
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Family room Ceiling beams and wood paneling

add character to the once nondescript room. Exterior The 1918 Atlanta home with clapboard siding was designed by the late Neel Reid.

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Breakfast room A wall was bumped out 3 feet to create space for a family dining area with a bank of windows. Pantry sink Tucked behind the range wall is a pantry with a square Whitehaus Collection sink and a Rohl faucet. A walk-in food pantry is to the right of the sink. Wet bar A mirrored wall lining a dramatic barrel-arch niche creates a focal point and an attractive spot for guests to gather for drinks when the family entertains.

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Three years later, the Metzheisers were ready to roll. First up: Redoing the family room (a lack of insulation made it too cold to use in the winter) and building a new garage with a guest suite. Additions and changes had to be in keeping with the architectural character of the original house, the Metzheisers insisted, and they found a willing partner in architect Tim Adams. Adams studied books about Reid and his designs, and looked at Reids original drawings of the Metzheiser house. I referenced back to those plans and got into what Neel Reid had done. I then worked to pull details [from the plans] and design a carriage house in keeping with his architecture, Adams says. Those included wide overhangs with cutouts on the rafter tails and an arbor above the garage doors, a detail included on Reids original drawings. In the family room, Nicole and Adams focused on adding charm and warmth to the formerly nondescript room. We completely gutted it. The proportions were great, but it needed detail, Adams says. Insulation, butt-joint wood walls, and a new oor made with salvaged wood were installed. Adams designed a paneled walnut replace surround and built-in shelves incorporating brackets and

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other details found in the original plans. A plastered ceiling with reclaimed wood beams was added to give the space character and boost its cozy factor. While the rooms old windows were not energy-efficient, Adams and the Metzheisers agreed they shouldnt be replaced. They were so gorgeous, the architect says. Our goal was to maintain the character of the old home, so we kept the wavy-glass windows and maximized the insulation in other waysin the walls and oors, and reworking the HVAC system. Nicole warmed the room with plush furnishings and an Oushak rug. With three boys in the family, we want the room to feel relaxed, not fussy. Its where we can sit around and watch football games, have hors doeuvres, and not worry about spills, she says. The kitchen was the next project, and although it had been remodeled over the years, it was dark and dreary. There were also a few dated features, such as an ominous copper hood over a center island and a stacked stone replace. They had to go, Adams says. One of Nicoles biggest desires was to get light into the kitchen, the architect adds. To do that, he bumped out a 15-foot stretch of

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chairs covered in a Kravet fabric anks the redesigned raisedhearth replace. French doors on each side of the replace lead to a screened porch. Kitchen work zone The oak island is topped with Alabama White marble and illuminated by hanging lanterns from Circa Lighting. Screened porch Antique wicker chairs surround a coffee table on the Safavieh area rug.

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Master bedroom A painting by Amy Dixon hangs above the raised lattice-front chest from Hooker Furniture.

an exterior wall by about 3 feet, gaining space for a family dining area with a bank of windows. Adams recongured the 16x12-foot kitchen by function: A primary work zone includes the island, range, refrigerator, and sink; a small pantry with a sink works as a breakfast bar with a coffeepot and toaster oven; and a wet bar offers an ideal spot for guests to gather. Theres also a walk-in food pantry and a oor-to-ceiling china closet. Im big into protecting the work space, Adams says. We created a ow so people naturally congregate outside the island. When I cook, everyone else can be in the kitchen with me and be comfortable, Nicole says. I love to entertain at home. Its so much more fun to have people over here than to go to a restaurant. Its easier to talk and is just more intimate. The Metzheisers kept the gas replace and sitting area because Neil enjoys chatting with Nicole in the evenings as she xes dinner. But the stacked-stone replace hearth and surround were torn out and replaced with a simple wood-and-marble surround. A pair of swivel armchairs ank the replace. Those swivel chairs are the best, Nicole says. They really allow for conversa-

tion because you can turn to talk to someone. The sitting spot is good for catching the nightly news, too, because a television is housed in an upper cabinet to the right of the range. French doors to the screened porch were installed on each side of the replace. We often have those doors open so the kitchen and porch feel like one big space, Nicole says. A stone replace on the porch backs the kitchen replace, and the Metzheisers often retreat there to relax after dinner. New butt-joint walls were installed in the kitchen and painted a soft cream tone. Im a real fan of butt-joint painted walls, Adams explains. They give a comfortable, warm feeling to a room. You can retain the neutral palette, like you can with Sheetrock, but the wood has an inherent texture to it. I loved everything about this project. Nicole had a clear vision of what she wanted, Adams continues. Im particularly proud of the kitchen and how seamless it is with the houses architecture. We were able to tie things back together so it does feel like part of the original house. Were betting Neel Reid would approve.
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NEW + NEXT RISING STARS: PERFECT PAIRS Interior designers: Anne Maxwell Foster and Suysel dePedro Cunningham, Tilton Fenwick, 15 W. 18th St., Suite 201, New York, NY 10011; 212/524-0010, tiltonfenwick.com. Pages 3435. BedroomWall fabric (Armstrong/Sea Green): Tilton Fenwick for Duralee, duralee.com. Ceiling and trim paint (Ivory White #925): Benjamin Moore & Co., benjaminmoore.com. Bed (custom headboard): Luther Quintana Upholstery, lqupholstery.com. Headboard fabric and bed-drapery trim (Rocat/Cactus); bed-skirt and bed-drapery fabric (Buhrmaster/Aqua Green); interior bed drapery and lamp shades (Scout/Aqua Green): Tilton Fenwick for Duralee, duralee.com. Bed linens (Webster Border); monogrammed pillows (Molly Appliqu/Autumn Green): Leontine Linens, leontinelinens.com. Small bed pillow (Jax/Olive, with side border in Rocat/Cactus): Tilton Fenwick for Duralee, duralee.com. Chest of drawers (by Paul Frankl): vintage. Lamps on bedside chests (Garniture/Prussian Blue): Christopher Spitziller, christopherspitzmiller.com. Agate slices: ea market nd. Art to left of bed (King of Clubs); art to right of bed (Queen of Hearts): Liza Sherman Antiques, lizashermanantiques.com. Chair to right of bed (vintage): Arlene Angard Designs, arleneangard.com. Chair-seat fabric, top (Scout/Aqua Green); chair-seat fabric, sides (Armstrong/Sea Green): Tilton Fenwick for Duralee, duralee.com. Area rug (Jaipur Matisse/ Mint): Studio Four NYC, sudiofournyc.com. Wall sconces (Rico Espinet Churchill Wall Sconce/Aged Brass): Robert Abbey Inc., robertabbey.biz. Pair of settees (custom): Luther Quintana Upholstery, lqupholstery.com. Settee fabric (Rocat/Cactus); blue pillow on settee (Buhrmaster/Aqua Green, with trim in Rocat/Cactus): Tilton Fenwick for Duralee, duralee.com. Chest between slipper chairs (antique Chinese): Antiques by Zaar, antiquesbyzaar.com. Lamp on chest: ea market nd. Photograph over chest (by Markham Roberts): James Sansum Fine & Decorative Art, jamessansum.com. Agate slice on chest; urn on chest: ea market nd. Tortoise shell on chest: The Antique & Artisan Center, stamfordantiques.com. Brass bowl (by Tommi Parzinger): vintage. Lizard art (drawing by Markham Roberts): designers collection. SHOWHOUSE TOUR: WARM FRONT American Red Cross Designers Showhouse West Palm Beach, Florida Interior designer: Daryl McCann for Gregory Lombardi, Gregory Lombardi Design Inc., 44 Cocoanut Row, Suite T-6, Palm Beach, FL 33480; 561/228-1467, lombardidesign.com. Page 49. Pool areaSofas (Eclipse Relaxer #356J); tables (Eclipse Side Table #358J); white sofa cushions (Canvas); blue sofa pillows (Aqua Rural); green sofa pillows (Macaw); striped sofa pillows (Capri Pinstripe): Gloster, gloster.com. Living wall: Gregory Lombardi Design, lombardi design.com. Landscape installation: Parterre Garden Services, parterregarden.com. Pavers: Artistic Paver Mfg., artisticpavers.com. Interior designers: Lisa E. Erdmann and Eden C. Tepper, Lisa Erdmann & Assoc., P.O. Box 3126, Palm Beach, FL 33480; 561/833-9009, lisaerdmann.com. Page 50. The studyWall grass cloth (Feather Bloom/Emerald & Ore #5006072); ceiling grass cloth (Onna Sisal/Ivory #5002197); ceiling tape (Whiteld Braid/Oyster #63161): Schumacher, fschumacher.com. Trim paint (Cotton Balls #OC-122): Benjamin Moore & Co., benjaminmoore. com. Sisal rug (Arrowhead/Natural & Green #15): Patterson, Flynn & Martin, pattersonynnmartin.com. Sofa; table between lounge chairs: designers

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collection. Lounge chairs (Windsor Chair): Marshall Edward Designs, marshalledward.com. Pair of wood chairs (Lawson Chair): Redford House, redford house.com. Drapery and pillow fabric (Chiang Mai Dragon/Alabaster #173273); sofa fabric (Imperial Trellis II/Sand & Ivory #174412); blue/green pillows (Betwixt/Peacock & Seaglass #62613); fabric on lounge chairs and seat cushions on wood chairs (Beckton Weave/Greige #64640); border on lounge chairs (Aimee Linen Lipcord/Blanc #65430): Schumacher, fschumacher.com. Pembroke table left of sofa (antique American, c. 1850); table lamps; round table right of sofa (antique English, c. 1780); scales on table between lounge chairs: The Elephants Foot, 561/832-0170. Coffee table (custom, Edgartown Cocktail Table with lizard top): Oomph, oomphonline. com. Green end table (Windsor Table): Forssberg, forssberg.com. Through Mary Mahoney Palm Beach, marymahoney.com. Art behind lounge chairs (Space Fruit Series, 1979, by Andy Warhol): Adelaide Fine Art, adelaideneart.com. Interior designer: Stephen Mooney, Stephen Mooney Interiors, 6 Via Parigi, Palm Beach, FL 33480; 561/659-1862, stephenmooneyinteriors.com. Page 50. FoyerPedestal table: Stephen Mooney Interiors, stephenmooneyinteriors.com. Hanging light (Glass Bell Jar Lantern #F-LN16): Formations, formationsusa.com. Chair to right of window: Lars Bolander, larsbolander.com. Chair-seat fabric (Diamonds/Blue Grass #3288/08); wallcovering (New Khmer/Oyster #W01004/02); drapery (Menam/Light Grey #1058/02): Jim Thompson Fabrics, jimthompsonfabrics.com. Ceiling and trim paint (White Dove #OC-17): Benjamin Moore & Co., benjaminmoore.com. Drapery hardware: Gonsman Custom Draperies, gonsmancustomdraperies.com. Sisal rug: Carpet Source Inc., 954/925-1303. Art over chair (Paivi in Prole, by Paula Rubino): Mary Woerner Fine Arts, marywoernernearts.com. Dinnerware; cake plate (Scalamandr Toile Tale): Lenox, lenox.com. Bowl holding orchids; champagne bucket: designers collection. Stemware: William Yeoward Crystal, williamyeowardcrystal.com. Flatware: Christoe, christoe.com/us. Napkins: Pioneer Linens, pioneerlinens.com. Interior designers: Jennifer Garrigues and Diana El-Daher, Jennifer Garrigues Inc., 308 Peruvian Ave., Palm Beach, FL 33480; 561/659-7085, jennifer garrigues.com. Page 51. Living roomFurnishings; accessories: Jennifer Garrigues Inc, jennifergarrigues.com. Art over cabinet: Ancient World by Dora Frost. Paint (Cloud White #967): Benjamin Moore & Co., benjaminmoore. com. Rug (Field Straw/Natural with tan cotton binding): Stark, starkcarpet.com. Table lamps (Villamare #6862); pendant light (Sahara Pendant #9105): Currey & Co., curreycodealers.com. Animalprint pillow (Zanzibar): Martyn Lawrence Bullard, martynlawrencebullard.com. Trees: Plant Masters Interiorscapes, plantmastersinteriorscapes.com. Interior designers: Joseph Cortes and Kevin Marnell, HomeLife Interiors, 3506 S. Dixie Hwy., West Palm Beach, FL 33405; 561/659-2404, hlinteriors.com. Page 51. Guest suiteWall paint (Bennington Gray #HC-82); ceiling paint (Lancaster Whitewash #HC-174); trim paint (Milkyway #OC-110): Benjamin Moore & Co., benjaminmoore.com. Wallcovering (Fiorentina/Terracotta on White #2490W-07, by China Seas): Quadrille, quadrillefabrics. com. Bed (Dimension Woven Bed); bedside tables (McCall End Table/Embossed Croc Leather #L20063-ET): Drexel Heritage, drexelheritage.com. Bed linens; herringbone bed cover (by Frette): Pioneer Linens, pioneerlinens.com. Bolster pillow (#73025-231 in Apricot): Suburban Home from

Duralee, duralee.com. Lamp on bedside tables (vintage shagreen); boxes in bedside table; upholstered bench at end of bed (antique): Jack Fhillips Design, jfhillipsdesign.com. Paintings behind bed; trio of paintings on wall: Chisholm Art Studio/Gallery, 561/267-7720. Lounge chair (Roger Chair): Thayer Coggin, thayercoggin.com. Chair fabric (Waterside/ Nutmeg #25830.616): Kravet, kravet.com. Magazine rack; tray on bed: HomeLife Interiors, hlinteriors.com. Area rug (by Tamarian); sisal carpet: Jack Walsh Carpets & Rugs, 561/659-4846. Interior designers: Noe and Melissa Z. Guerra, NXG Studio, 725 N. Hwy. A1A, Suite E207, Jupiter, FL 33477; 561/337-8786, nxgstudio.com. Page 52. Kitchen toward rangeCabinetry and table: Wood-Mode Fine Custom Cabinetry, wood-mode.com. Cabinetry nish: custom. Cabinetry hardware: ProSource of Palm Beach, 561/848-2221. Raffia wall covering on ceiling (Heavy Madagascar): by Chelsea Lane & Co, installed by Wallpaper by Wendy, wallpaperbywendy.com. Flooring; recessed lighting: existing. Countertops (sanded concrete): Miano Design Co., mianodesignco.com. Ranges; warming drawer; refrigerator; wine cooler: Electrolux, electroluxappliances.com. Pot-ller faucet (Modern Pot Filler #S665CSL): Moen, moen.com. Sink in island (Allia #6307); faucet in island: Rohl, rohlhome.com. Hanging light over island: discontinued. Bowl on island; bowl on table: Jack Fhillips Design, jfhillipsdesign.com. Chairs (Betty Side Chair #9156); chair-seat fabric (Matrix Wheat): CR Laine, crlaine.com. Chair nish (Decorators White): Benjamin Moore & Co., benjaminmoore.com. Dinnerware: discontinued. Placemats and napkins: Pioneer Linens, pioneerlinens.com. Interior designer: Allison Paladino, Allison Paladino Interior Design, 6671 W. Indiantown Road, Suite 50-435, Jupiter, FL 33458; 561/741-0165, apinteriors.com. Page 52. HallwayConsole (Sooz Console #5000-44-523); mirror (Billy Mirror #5003-04); screens (Billy Screen, with ribbon stripe mahogany solids and cream relief panels #5003-80): Allison Paladino Collection, EJ Victor, ejvictor.com. Bench (Boreal Bench): Ironies, ironies.com. Bench fabric (Oceana Aqua #J590F-02, by Jane Churchill): Cowtan & Tout, cowtan.com. Sconces (Pendolino Wall Sconce): Porta Romana, portaromana.co.uk. Bowl on console (China Bowl #PH029, by Thomas Pheasant): Baker, bakerfurniture.com. Orchids: Extra Touch Flowers, extratouchowers.com. Demilune bench (custom): Dicembrino Upholstery Inc., dicembrinoup holstery.com. Bench fabric: Cowtan & Tout, cowtan. com. Artwork (Karma, by Allison Paladino, Footprints From Around the Globe Collection): Rosenbaum Fine Art, rosenbaumneart.com. Wall paint (Buxton Blue #HC-149); ceiling and trim paint (Sugar Cookie #OC-93): Benjamin Moore &Co., benjaminmoore.com. Interior designer: Mimi Masri, MM Designs, LLC, P.O. Box 3167, Palm Beach, FL 33480; 561/671-1958, mmdesignsllc.com. Page 53. Dining roomWalls (faux nished): Tropical Tortuga, tropicaltortuga.com. Wallpaper panels (Jellysh on Paper #SRC1006): Robinson Finishes, robinsonnishes.com. Trim paint: custom. LED lighting: Boat Light Store, boatlightstore.com. Table (Hexagonal Dining Table in Black Bamboo #BA-17); chairs (a McGuire classic design, now retired): McGuire, mcguirefurniture.com. Chair-seat fabric (Symbol/Ivory #202); welt (Boaz/Eggshell #0014): Norbar Fabrics, norbarfabrics.com. Chandelier components (by Patrick Jouin): Y Lighting, ylighting. com. Chandelier construction: MM Designs, LLC, mmdesignsllc.com. Drapery (Bonbori/Cornower #V3043/04, by VillaNova): Romo, romo.com. Drapery trim (Tao/Midnight): Steven Harsey Textiles, harsey.

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com. Window shades (Yangton Heather #1370) Solar Shading Systems, solarshadingsystems.com. Window-shade trim (3-inch tassel in Indigo, #78067H-193, Saratoga Trimmings Collection): Highland Court by Duralee, duralee.com. Area rug (seagrass with cotton binding): Crystal Tree Carpets & Flooring, crystaltreecarpets.com. Blue crystal stemware (Celeste): William Yeoward Crystal, williamyeowardcrystal.com. White china (Aegean): LObjet, l-objet.com. Blue-and-white salad plates (Cristobal Marine): Raynaud, raynaud.fr. Stainless steel atware (Capri): Ricci Argentieri, ricciargent ieri.com. Crystal, china and atware: all available from Mary Mahoney Palm Beach, marymahoney.com. Placemats; napkins (custom, Shells): Kassatlys Palm Beach, 561/655-5655.

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8611. Plantation shutter: Accent Shutter, accentshut ter.com. Photographs behind tub (Deloris Del Rio and Deloris Del Rio II, by Slim Aarons): Jacki Mallick Designs, jackimallickdesigns.com. Red wire chair (vintage): C. Bell Furnishing Inc., cbellfurnishing.com. Chair-seat fabric (Townhouse/Orange on White #TOH-07): Gary McBournie for Antilles Designs, antillesdesigns. com. Through Dering Hall, deringhall.com. Towels (Guest Towel Collection): Matouk, matouk.com. KITCHENS: HIDDEN BEAUTY Interior and kitchen designer: Matthew Quinn, Design Galleria Kitchen & Bath Studio, 351 Peachtree Hills Ave. N.E., Suite 234, Atlanta, GA 30305; 404/261-0111, designgalleria.net. Pages 5660. KitchenWall paint (Brandon Beige #977); ceiling and trim paint (Opaline #OC-33): Benjamin Moore & Co., benjaminmoore.com. Cabinetry (Amal door style in custom lacquer): Downsview Kitchens, downsviewkitchens.com. Decorative hardware (Polished White Bronze Collection): Matthew Quinn Collection, matthew quinncollection.com. Stone countertops (Leathered Borneo Marble); backsplash tile (Vibe Collection, color, Suede): Walker Zanger, walkerzanger.com. Wood countertops (Black Walnut): Craft Art Elegant Surfaces, craft-art.com. Scagliola hood (Toulouse): Francois & Co., francoisandco.com. Hood liner: Vent-a-Hood, ventahood.com. Refrigerator and refrigerator drawers (by Sub-Zero); range and warming drawer (by Wolf ): Sub-Zero/Wolf, subzero-wolf.com. Ice maker: Scotsman, scotsman-ice. com. Microwave: Dacor, dacor.com. Dishwasher: Miele, mieleusa.com. Sink (Avado): Elkay, elkayusa. com. Faucet (Vinnata): Kohler, kohler.co. Sconces (Darien Wall Sconce/Distressed Bronze #9901-DB): Hudson Valley Lighting, hudsonvalleylighting.com. Island pendants: Design Galleria, designgalleria.net. Bar stools (Vintage French Collection): RH, rh.com. Walnut display cabinets (designed by Design Galleria): fabricated by Nottingham Antiques, nottinghamantiques.com. Art between walnut cabinets (by Amy Dixon): Huff Harrington, huffharrington.com. Window shades (by Forsyth Fabrics): owners collection. Rug runner: Moattar, moattar.com. Dining roomWall paint (Brandon Beige #977); ceiling and trim paint (Opaline #OC-33): Benjamin Moore & Co., benjaminmoore.com. Table: owners collection. Side chairs (Vintage French Collection); host chair (Vintage French Collection): RH, rh.com. Chandelier (one-of-a-kind); display cabinet (ea market nd): owners collection. Area rug (outdoor rug collection): Ballard Designs, ballarddesigns.com. Art (by Melissa Payne Baker): Huff Harrington, huffharrington.com. KEEP IT SIMPLE Interior designer: Kelie Grosso, Maison Luxe, 2806 E. Madison St., Seattle, WA 98112; 206/405-2828, maisonluxe.net. Landscape designer: Martha Criswell, Martha Criswell Home & Garden Design, Sacramento, CA; 916/719-1906. Page 63. EntrySettee; cowhide rug; family photos; cabinet; pottery on cabinet: owners collection. Settee fabric (Lamba #F6090-17): Osborne & Little, osborneandlittle.com. Throw on settee (Avalon Blanket): Herms, usa.hermes.com. Pedestal table (antique); mirror behind cabinet (antique): Maison Luxe, maisonluxe.net. Table lamp (Carthage Mini Lamp #RL3805): Circa Lighting, circalighting.com. Hanging light (Chart House Medium EFC Hall Lantern #CHC3430, by Visual Comfort): Visual Comfort Lighting Lights, visualcomfortlightinglights.com. Pages 6465. Living roomWallcovering (#W3036.116): Kravet, kravet.com. Ceiling and trim paint (Simply White #OC-117): Benjamin Moore & Co., benjaminmoore.com. Sofa (custom); coffee table (custom); art (antique botanical prints); area rug (antique, silk): Maison Luxe, maisonluxe.net. Sofa fabric (Stonewash/Loomstate #1211/01, by Great Plains): Holly Hunt, hollyhunt.com. Faux zebra pillows: Oly, olystudio.com. Table to right of sofa (Twig Table/Nickel #8977): Global Views, global views.com. Lounge chairs (Tufted English Chair #577-39-9, Milling Road Collection): Baker, baker furniture.com. Chair fabric (Divine/Pewter #ED85063.935, by Threads): Lee Jofa, leejofa.com. Pillows in lounge chair (Tibetan lamb): Maison Luxe, maisonluxe.net. Throw: Williams-Sonoma Home, williams-sonoma.com. Mantel: existing. Circle

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sculpture (Large Circle Sculpture, discontinued): Arteriors Home, arteriorshome.com. Brushes on mantel: Wisteria, wisteria.com. Blinds (Nimbus #254, Conrad Original Sunshades): Conrad Shades, conradshades.com. Alabaster lamp (vintage); end table under lamp; basket beside mantel: owners collection. ExteriorLandscaping: Martha Criswell, 916/719-1906. Exterior furnishings: Maison Luxe, maisonluxe.net. Dining roomWall paint (Pale Oak #OC-20); ceiling and trim paint (Simply White #OC-117): Benjamin Moore & Co., benjaminmoore. com. Table: (custom): Maison Luxe, maisonluxe.net. Chairs (Linwood Side Chair #1551-02, by Suzanne Kasler): Hickory Chair, hickorychair.com. Chair fabric (Moccasin Point Leather/Cream Platinum, Metallic Collection): Moore & Giles, mooreandgiles.com. Rug (Woven Sea Grass/Linen): owners collection. Leather rug binding: Moore & Giles, mooreandgiles. com. Bar stone: Calcutta Gold marble. Light xture (Altar Hanging Light #ALT0-HL, by Kevin Reilly): Holly Hunt, hollyhunt.com. Bar cabinet (custom): John Hewitt, Cabinet Crafters, cabinetcraftersshow case.com. Cabinetry hardware (#38907-12PN): Chown Hardware, chown.com. Window shades (Nimbus #254, Conrad Original Sunshades): Conrad Shades, conradshades.com. Pages 6667. Great roomArea rug (Gemma): Madeline Weinrib, madelineweinrib.com. Zebra chair and ottoman (Newport Chair and Ottoman); fabric (faux zebra hide leather): Barclay Butera Home, barclaybuterahome.com. Mantel (custom); bookcases (custom): designed by Maison Luxe, maisonluxe.net. Bookcase hardware (#38907-12PN): Chown Hardware, chown.com. Cocktail table (bone over hardwood frame): vintage. Boxes on coffee table: Maison Luxe, maisonluxe.net. Sectional sofa (custom): Maison Luxe, maisonluxe.net. Sofa fabric (Versatility Jute/Beige #28261.16): Kravet, kravet. com. Black pillow on sofa (Austyn Cashmere Wool/ Charcoal #LFY40399F): Ralph Lauren Home, ralph laurenhome.com. Blanket (Avalon): Herms, usa.hermes.com. Celestial map (Dorali Celestial Map); photo of horse (Blonde): Natural Curiosities, naturalcuriosities.com. Console (antique, French); horse on console: owners collection. Sofa end tables (French Moderne Side Table/Nickel & Mirror #8.80508): Global Views, globalviews.com. Table lamp (discontinued): Circa Lighting, circalighting.com. Wall paint (Pale Oak #OC-20); ceiling and trim paint (Simply White #OC-117): Benjamin Moore & Co., benjaminmoore.com. Pages 6869. Breakfast roomWall, ceiling and trim paint (Simply White #OC-117): Benjamin Moore & Co., benjaminmoore.com. Cabinetry (custom): John Hewitt, Cabinet Crafters, cabinetcraftersshowcase.com. Cabinetry hardware (#38907-12PN): Chown Hardware, chown.com. Farm table (vintage): Big Daddys Antiques, bdantiques.com. Windsor chairs (Fox Point Windsor Arm Chairs): O & G Studio, oandgstudio.com. Pendant light (Gwenwood #DC2100-HL): Urban Electric Co., urbanelectricco. com. Shades (Nimbus #254, Conrad Original Sunshades): Conrad Shades, conradshades.com. Vase; bowl on table: Astier De Villatte, astierdevillatte.com. Banquette fabric and pillows (Suriname/Camel #823B32): Raoul Textiles, raoultextiles.com. Pages 7071. KitchenWall paint (Pale Oak #OC-20); ceiling and trim paint (Simply White #OC-117); cabinet nish, upper cabinets (White Dove #OC-17); cabinet nish, lower cabinets (Revere Pewter #HC-172): Benjamin Moore & Co., benjaminmoore.com. Cabinetry (custom): John Hewitt, Cabinet Crafters, cabinetcraftersshowcase.com. Cabinetry hardware (#38907-12PN): Chown Hardware, chown.com. Dining bench at island (custom design by Maison Luxe): Cisco Brothers, ciscobrothers. com. Bench fabric (Ice House Stripe): Ralph Lauren Home, ralphlaurenhome.com. Pendant lights (Montauk XL Pendant #RL16002PN, by Ralph Lauren Home); wall sconce by farm sink (Alton Pivoting Sconce #TOB2081, by Thomas OBrien): Circa Lighting, circalighting.com. Striped rug (Cabana Stripe/Midnight): Madeline Weinrib, madelineweinrib.com. Range: Viking, vikingrange.com. Range hood (custom): designed by Maison Luxe, maisonluxe.net. Marble countertop and backsplash: Calcutta Tia marble. Farm sink (Single Bowl Farmhouse Sink): Franke, franke.com. Faucet for farm sink (Bridge Faucet #U.4791L, by Perrin & Rowe): Rohl, rohlhome.com. Island countertop: soapstone. Island sink (Cisterna CCK-110-19): Franke, franke.

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com. Island faucets (Single Lever Mixer #U.4700, by Perrin & Rowe): Rohl, rohlhome.com. Wall oven; wall microwave: existing. Display cabinet (vintage); blue-and-white urns on cabinet (antique): Maison Luxe, maisonluxe.net. PatioSofas (Azimuth Cross Settee); chaise (Azimuth Cross Chaise); sofa cushions (Spinnaker/Pebble, colorway discontinued); table (Azimuth Dining Table/White); chairs (Vitali Dining Chair/Earth Brown); seat cushions on dining chairs (Spinnaker/Tonal Beige #06-00): Janus et Cie, janusetcie.com. Garden stools (diamond patterned stools): Wisteria, wisteria.com. Navy pillows (Robbins Hill Paisley-Batik #LCF64815F): Ralph Lauren Home, ralphlaurenhome.com. Patio heaters (Ferrara Heaters): existing. Horse heads: Big Daddy Antiques, bdantiques.com. Urns (English Village Urn); topiary: Elegant Earth, elegantearth.com. Patio stone: bluestone. Sectional sofa (Pacic Collection); sofa fabric (Spinnaker Pebble): Janus et Cie, janusetcie.com. Pages 7273. Master bathroomWallcovering (#W3036.106): Kravet, kravet.com. Vanity (custom): John Hewitt, Cabinet Crafters, cabinetcraftersshowcase. com. Vanity paint (Edgecomb Gray #HC-173): Benjamin Moore & Co., benjaminmoore.com. Countertop: Calcutta Tia marble. Flooring: Calcutta Tia herringbone marble. Chair (custom): Maison Luxe, maisonluxe.net. Chair fabric (Divine/Cream #ED85063.120, by Threads): Lee Jofa, leejofa.com. Large mirror: antiqued mirror panels and rosettes. Gilt mirror (antique): Maison Luxe, maisonluxe.net. Vanity sconces (Rock Crystal Wall Sconce #P33221, Counterpoint by Barbara Barry): Kallista, kallista.com. Ceiling light (Angela #ANL119-PC): Matthew Studios, matthewstudiosny.com. Master bedroomWall paint (Edgecomb Gray #HC-173): ceiling and trim paint (Pale Oak #OC-20): Benjamin Moore & Co., benjaminmoore.com. Headboard (custom); area rug (antique silk): MaisonLuxe, maisonluxe.net. Bed fabric (Bansuri Slate): Kravet, kravet.com. Coverlet (Channel Coverlet by Kelly Wearstler, discontinued): owners collection. Eurosham, back (Laundered Winter #29906.1, by Calvin Klein); eurosham, front (Bordered Gilt, by Barclay Butera); drapery (Mitsumata Chalk #9561.1, by Calvin Klein): Kravet, kravet.com. Duvet (Belgian Linen/Ivory): RH, rh.com. Nightstand (Meade, discontinued): Williams-Sonoma Home, williams-sonoma.com. Lamp: owners collection. Lampshade: Maison Luxe, maisonluxe.net. Chaise (Dapha Juliette Chaise, discontinued): Baker, baker furniture.com. Chaise fabric (Glant Silk Mohair/ Mocha #9725-2): Glant, glant.com. Pillow on chaise: owners collection. Throw on chaise: owners colleciton. Blinds (Starsh #M13C): Conrad, conradshades.com. Ceiling fan (Highpointe/Brushed Steel #CF205BS): Emerson Ceiling Fans, emersonfans.com.

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Bed #5250-70, by Mark Hampton): Hickory Chair, hickorychair.com. Bed linens: Pratesi, 312/943-8422. Euro pillow (Paisley Linen/Buff #2007141.136): Lee Jofa, leejofa.com. Bed skirt (Easy Silk Mist #29671.11): Kravet, kravet.com. Mirror behind bed (Suzanne Kasler Sunburst Mirror #3 #WM774): Ballard Designs, ballarddesigns.com. Side table: antique. Carpet (Gramercy #9404, discontinued): Masland Carpets & Rugs, maslandcarpets.com. COURTLY MANNERS Garden designers: Max Garcia and David Swindal, GartenFest, LLC, 205/414-6740, gartenfestllc.com. Interior designer: Kitty Rochester, 205/902-6243. RETRO REDUX Interior designers: Michael Ostrow and Roger Stoker, Grace Home Furnishings, 11632 Barrington Court, Los Angeles, CA 90049; 310/476-7176, gracehomefurnish ings.com. Contractor: Vandijk Bros., 1380 E. Luna Way, Palm Springs, CA 92262; 760/409-6645. Pages 9091. Entry hallArea rug (Hamilton Rug/ Paprika #71034): Uttermost, uttermost.com. Three-seat bench; sconces; chair (wood with rush seat): vintage. Bench fabric (Kalani Spice #P1313): Pindler & Pindler, pindler.com. Pillows at either end of bench (Mimi/Pink): Lee Industries, leeindustries. com. Pink pillow (#36120-670 in Bubblegum, from Duralee); orange pillow (Baycrest Velvet/ Clementine #15375-652, from Duralee): Grace Home Furnishings, gracehomefurnishings.com. Trim on pink pillow: LesBonRibbon, etsy.com. Red pillow (1970s): vintage. Mirror above bench (Fiona Mirror): Made Goods, madegoods.com. Console table (Spanish Console): Noir, noirfurniturela.com. Paint (Swiss Coffee #DEW341): Dunn-Edwards Paints, dunn edwards.com. Pool areaWall lanterns (Mallorca Collection): Minka-Lavery, minkagroup.net. Orange lanterns: Stein Mart, Palm Springs. Chairs and chaise (Alohaa Collection): Plummers, plummers.com. Pages 9293. Sitting areaSettee (1970s Mediterranean settee); chandelier (1970s): vintage. Settee fabric (Zenobia Linen Print/Orange Spice and Mocha #BR-700018.642): Brunschwig &Fils, brunschwig.com. Round accent table (X Record Table/Antique Brass, nish discontinued): Barbara Cosgrove, barbara cosgrovelamps.com. Tub chairs (Dutch Club Chair): Orient Express Furniture, orientexpressfurniture.com. Club-chair fabric (Bora Bora/Clementine #180976H652, Marakesh Collection): Highland Court by Duralee, duralee.com. Coffee table: vintage. Leather wing chairs (#L1603-01): Lee Industries, leeindustries.com. Seat fabric on leather chairs (Electrify Tulip, color 712): Kravet, kravet.com. Pillow on leather chairs (Gainsborough Velvet/Teak #42809): Schumacher, fschumacher.com. Pillow trim: LesBonRibbon, etsy. com. Floor lamp (Quatrefoil Floor Lamp #SK1500 AI-L): Circa Lighting, circalighting.com. Wine cabinet (Traditions Wine Bar): Schnadig, schnadig.com. Area rug (Bermuda Rug/Ivory and Charcoal): Uttermost, uttermost.com. Drapery (Barnegat Snow #24573.1101); drapery trim (Barnegat Java #24573.6666): Kravet, kravet.com. Drapery fabrication; drapery hardware (custom): Grace Home Furnishings, gracehomefurnishings.com. Wall paint (Swiss Coffee #DEW341); ceiling paint (White #DEW380): Dunn-Edwards Paints, dunnedwards.com. Dining areaChandelier (Stelle Collection 9-light Multi-tier Chandelier): Feiss, feiss.com. Table (Casteli Dining Table, by Dovetail Furniture): available through Goods Home Furnishings, goodshomefurnishings.com, or Shop Candelabra, shopcandelabra.com. Vases on table (Chalice Gourds/Bright Orange): Emissary Home & Garden, emissaryusa.com. Candlesticks; table runner: vintage. Glassware: Cost Plus World Market, worldmarket.com. Cane-back dining chairs (Colonial Caning Chair/Distressed Brown #GCHA110D): Noir, noirfurniturela.com. Chair fabric (Suzani/Sorbet): owners collection. Mirror (Mirror#MR-2012, by Milling Road): Baker, bakerfurniture.com. Buffet (Coastal Living Resort Palisades Sofa Table #062-25-05): Stanley Furniture, stanleyfurniture.com. Hurricanes (Pajaro Electried Hurricane #548098): Interlude Home, interludehome.com. Toreador prints; carved accent chairs: vintage. Pages 9495. Living roomPaint (Swiss Coffee #DEW341): Dunn-Edwards Paints, dunnedwards.com. Sofa and loveseat (Fernando); patterned pillows on sofa and loveseat (custom pillow in vintage

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SURPRISE MOVE Architects: Elissa Morgante and Fred Wilson, Morgante-Wilson Architects, 2834 Central St., Evanston, IL 60201; 847/332-1001, morgantewilson.com. Interior designer: Suzanne Kipp, Suzanne Kipp Interiors, 800 Humboldt Ave., Winnetka, IL 60093; 847/254-2048, suzannekipp.com. Builder: Rob Wickenkamp, Elmshire Builders, 3510 Chapel Hill Road, Johnsburg, IL 60051; 847/748-2048, elmshire.com. Pages 7475. Living roomWall paint (Dove Wing #960); trim paint (White Dove #OC-17): Benjamin Moore & Co., benjaminmoore.com. Painting behind sofa (Richmond Afternoon, by David E. Gordon): Gordon Fine Arts, gordonnearts.org. Sofa (Leigh Made To Measure Sofa #1504-51, by Suzanne Kasler); sofa fabric (#2377-16); sofa trim (#GK 29): Hickory Chair, hickorychair.com. Sofa pillows: discontinued. Chest to left of sofa: antique: Lamps on chest (discontinued): Crate & Barrel, crateandbarrel.com. Coffee tables: One Kings Lane, onekingslane.com. Floor lamp to right of sofa (discontinued: for similar, French Column Glass Floor Lamp): RH, rh.com. Backless bench (Woodward Bench/Silver Leaf #1511-30, by Suzanne Kasler): Hickory Chair, hickorychair.com. Bench fabric (Soiree/Baileys Cream #3901/05, by Great Plains): Holly Hunt, hollyhunt.com. Rug (Astute/Institution Gray #4009): Design Materials Inc., dmikc.com. Pages 7677. Entry hallChandelier (Jasmine): Schonbek Worldwide Lighting, schonbek.com. Table: owners collection. Secretary: Annas Mostly Mahogany, annasmostlymahogany.com. Rug (Pakistani Peshawar): Rouzati Oriental Rugs, rouzatirugs.com. Wall paint (White Down #970); trim paint (White

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Suzani): Grace Home Furnishings, gracehomefurnish ings.com. Coffee table (Oval Stone Coffee Table with Metal #GTAB128ST): Noir, noirfurniturela.com. Ginger jars on coffee table (Tall Imperial Yellow Temple Jars): Tozai Home, tozaihome.com. Pink pillow on sofa (#36120-670 in Bubblegum, from Duralee): Grace Home Furnishings, gracehomefurnish ings.com. Pillow trim; turquoise pillow: LesBonRibbon, etsy.com. Art above sofa (Sakura Blossoms I,#4864, and Sakura Blossom II, #4865): Shadow Catchers, shadowcatchersart.com. Paisley rug (Eden #87103): Oriental Weavers, owrugs.com. Spool chair (1970s Mediterranean); side table (Arts and Crafts); lamp tables (1970s); lamps: vintage. Chair fabric (Maze Avenue/Fuchsia): Robert Allen, robertallen design.com. Spool-handle bench (1800s): antique. Chandelier (Pickering Lane Collection/Heritage Bronze): Feiss, feiss.com. Casual breakfast areaTable (McGuire ip-top table, 1960s); chairs (Savonarola Chairs); chess set: vintage. Chandelier (Nanti #1494-357): Minka-Lavery, minkagroup.net. Lamp (Astrid Lamp): Wildwood Lamps & Accents, wildwoodlamps.com. Prints above table: owners collection. Master bedroomBed (Montecito Bed); bed fabric (vintage Suzani); blue pillow (Gainsborough Velvet/Pool #64538, from Schumacher); Suzani pillow (custom, vintage Suzani): Grace Home furnishings, gracehomefurnishings.com. Trim on blue pillow: LesBonRibbon, etsy.com. Bedspread (Diamond Stitch Quilt/Natural); terra-cotta bed cover (Emerson Quilt/Brick): Villa Home Collection, villahomecollection.com. Mirrored night chest (Jayne Accent Chest #24086): Uttermost, uttermost. com. Turquoise lamps (Raindrop Ceramic Lamp): Lamp Works, 847/367-2500. Paint (Swiss Coffee #DEW341): Dunn-Edwards Paints, dunnedwards.com.

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Lounge-chair fabric (#1459/08, by Grey Watkins, discontinued): Stark, starkcarpet.com. Ottoman fabric (Chenille Leopardskin #7684-7): Bassett McNab, 267/508-0001. Fabric on sofa in foreground (Waltrand Cashew#1273): Pindler & Pindler, pindler.com. Fabric on sofa by window (Concord/ Flax #10995-03, discontinued); patterned pillow on sofa (Bellamy Stripe #10910-02, discontinued): Cowtan & Tout, cowtan.com. Brass oor lamp: Circa Lighting, circalighting.com. Bench in front of mantel; coffee table: Halo Styles, gjstyles.com. Small round table by sofa: antique. Pages 100101. Breakfast areaTable: custom. Chairs (Arch Back Side Chairs): TCS Designs, tcsdesigns furniture.com. Chair fabric (Queenswood Stripe/ Dove #190094H-159, Philip Gorrivan II Collection): Highland Court by Duralee, duralee.com. Sconce (French Deco Horn Sconce #S2020): Circa Lighting, circalighting.com. Butlers pantryFarm sink: Whitehaus Collection, whitehauscollection.com. Faucet (Single Hole Kitchen Faucet with Sidespray #U.4710, by Perrin & Rowe): Rohl, rohlhome.com. Wall oven; microwave (#DMW2420S, Distinctive Collection): Dacor, dacor.com. Wet barCabinetry (custom): Morgan Creek Cabinets, morgancreek cabinets.com. Wall, cabinet, and ceiling paint: custom color. Cabinetry hardware: Matthew Quinn Collection, matthewquinncollection.com. Flooring: oak with custom nish. Countertops (Constellation Granite): Bottega by Stones Intl., bottegastone.com. Bar sink: Linkasink, linkasink.com. Faucet (Single Hole Bar Faucet #4.4759, by Perrin & Rowe): Rohl, rohlhome.com. Mirror: antique. Pages 102103. Kitchen work areaCabinetry (custom); island (custom): Morgan Creek Cabinets, morgancreekcabinets.com. Wall and cabinet paint: custom color. Cabinetry hardware: Matthew Quinn Collection, matthewquinncollection.com. Countertops and backsplash (Alabama White Marble): Bottega by Stones Intl., bottegastone.com. Range; microwave; ovens: Dacor, dacor.com. Range hood (custom): Vent-a-Hood, ventahood.com. Dishwasher: Bosch, bosch-home.com. Island farm sink (Shaws Original Farm Sink); island faucet (Contemporary Bridge Kitchen Faucet with Sidespray #U.4273LS, by Perrin & Rowe): Rohl, rohlhome.com. Hanging lanterns over island (Greggory/Antique Brass): Circa Lighting, circalighting.com. Bar stools (#9673): Lorts, lorts.com. Bar-stool fabric (Skin/Beige #F2762002): Pierre Frey, pierrefrey.com. Screened porchFireplace stone: stack stone. Fireplace (Real Fyre Premium Gas Logs): Gas Logs Etc., Inc., gaslogsetcinc.com. Art over replace (by Steven Litvak): owners collection. Area rug (#CY7987-65A5, Courtyard Collection): Safavieh, safavieh.com. Wing-style chair; wicker chair; chairs in foreground: antique. Chair-seat fabric (#15425-352 in Smoke, Pavilion Indoor/Outdoor Collection); pillow fabric (#15961-298, discontinued): Duralee, duralee. com. Kitchen seating areaChairs (Ava Lounge Chair with Swivel); table between chairs (custom): TCS Designs, tcsdesignsfurniture.com. Chair fabric (#30780.106): Kravet, kravet.com. Orange pillows and table fabric (Georgian Stri #7304-3, colorway discontinued): Jane Shelton, janeshelton.com. Small stool: antique. Area rug: cow hide. Fireplace (Real Fyre): Gas Logs Etc. Inc., gaslogsetc.com. Paddle over replace (antique French bakers paddle): B.D. Jeffries, bdjeffries.com. Page 104. BedroomWallcovering: Romo, romo.com. Ceiling and trim paint (White Dove #OC-17): Benjamin Moore & Co., benjaminmoore.com. Drapery (Irish linen): M&A Linens Inc., 212/869-5078. Drapery hardware (custom select drapery hardware): United Supply Co., unitedsupplyco.com. Area rug (French Wreath, wool): Myers Carpet, myerscarpet.com. Bed (custom): TCS Designs, tcsdesignsfurniture.com. Headboard fabric (#31776.11): Kravet, kravet.com. White bedcover (Far East/Natural, by The Purists): S.D.H., sdhonline.com. Pillow shams (Sandhurst/ Grigio #SH30, cotton): Peter Fasano, peterfasano.com. Gray throw: custom. Bedside chests (Raised Lattice Front Chest #638-85017): Hooker Furniture, hookerfurniture.com. Table lamp: owners collection. Art behind chest (by Amy Dixon): Huff Harrington, huffharrington.com.

IN THE STEPS OF THE MASTER Architect: Tim Adams, T.S. Adams Studio Architects Inc., 2969 Hardman Court N.E., Atlanta, GA 303053424; 877/283-3499, tsadamsstudio.com. Interior designer: Nicole Metzheiser, Bella Jupe Designs, nicolemetzheiser@bellsouth.net. Pages 9697. Living roomOttoman: custom. Ottoman fabric; silver tray (antique); celadon vase; ower vase; cream-colored bowl: owners collection. PorchWindows: original to house. Wall paint (Marble White #OC-34); blue ceiling paint (Birds Egg #2051-60): Benjamin Moore & Co., benjaminmoore.com. Hanging lantern (Bell Jar Chandelier): Lamp Arts Inc., lampartsinc.com. Wooden-back chairs: antique. Chair-seat and tablecloth fabric (#31876-665, discontinued): Duralee, duralee.com. Area rug (Soumak); coffee table (by Martha Stewart); vase on coffee table (Italian beverage jug by Murero & Co.): owners collection. Pair of lounge chairs (Waterfall Charles of London chair); sofa (Waterfall Charles of London sofa): TCS Designs, tcsdesignsfurniture.com. Lounge-chair and sofa fabric (Bamboo Luxe Blanc #29505.1): Kravet, kravet.com. Pillows on lounge chairs (by Manuel Canovas); pillows on sofa (by Manuel Canovas): Cowtan & Tout, cowtan.com. Botanical prints: Trowbridge Gallery, trowbridge gallery.com. Bench: antique. Pages 9899. PatioPaint: original to house. Table and chairs: Abora Teak, aboraenterprise.com. Pillows on chairs: Sunbrella, sunbrella.com. Wall lanterns (Oxford Lantern #B8930CI); lantern by garage entrance (Oxford Hanging Lantern #F8932CI): Troy Lighting, troy-lighting.com. Carriage house/garage Wall paint; shutters; standing lantern; lantern at front door: original to house. Lantern at entry by garage (Oxford Hanging Lantern #F8932CI): Troy Lighting, troy-lighting.com. Family roomPaneled mantel and over-mantel: Cherry. Sconces on mantel (Windsor Iron Twist Wall Sconce #CHD1450): Circa Lighting, circalighting.com. Art over mantel (by Lorraine Christie): Huff Harrington, huffharrington.com. Green urns on mantel (#63906, discontinued): Three Hands Corp., threehands.com. Fire screen: owners collection. Drapery (#30171.16, discontinued): Kravet, kravet.com. Drapery hardware (Custom Expressions): United Supply Co., unitedsupplyco.com. Chandelier (antique): B.D. Jeffries, bdjeffries.com. Area rug (Indian Oushak reproduction/Cocoa): Moattar, moattar.com. Lounge chairs in front of mantel (Charles of London); pair of ottomans (Square Skirted Ottoman); sofa in foreground (Charles of London Sofa); sofa by window (London Sofa): TCS Designs, tcsdesignsfurniture.com.

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