Introducing Perennials and Sutherland’s Fall 2021 collections with the acclaimed Belgian architect Vincent Van Duysen. The Perennials by Van Duysen collection of fabrics and rugs was born out of the desire to embed the mood of the designer’s renowned Antwerp house into an array of textiles.The eight fabrics and six rug designs reflect the textures, tactility, moods, and tones found in his home. The result? A mix of fabrics deriving not only from Vincent’s diverse influences and travels, but also from the juxtaposition of unexpected patterns that instill a sense of home into outdoor environments. The new Sutherland collection, Franck Modular, expands on Van Duysen’s successful 2018 Franck Collection, reiterating the elegant warmth of the original pieces but now with the added versatility of modular seating.
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p. 20 · In the Wild p. 28 · More in Store p. 36 · On the Rocks p. 44 · Gallery in the Sky p. 52 · Family Fare p. 60 · Bottle Service p. 74 · Outside the Box
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p. 98 · Cottage Industry p. 106 · The Right Note p. 114 · Tupelo Honey p. 126 · Favorite Things ON THE COVERS Front: The living room of a house in Tupelo, Mississippi, designed by Sean Anderson. Photo by Haris Kenjar Back: Moonman. Photo by Stephen Kent Johnson 28
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Suzanne Noli PRODUCTION COORDINATORS
Sydney Gemes, Claire Evans PRODUC TION & DE SIGN
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Yerba Buena Island in San Francisco Bay, with three new residential development s designed by Har t Hower ton.
Agenda On the eve of our dual Summits in Bermuda and Sedona, we are excited to announce that the 2022 DLN Summit will be held in Rome. Preparations are already well under way to make this the most exciting, inspiring, and glamorous Summit yet. We are also continuing with: •Community Calls and Interest Groups Community Calls are a chance to touch base and compare notes in an open format. Our five Interest Groups are more focused— DLNx, amplif ying the voices and power of women in design; NYC, dealing with issues in the tristate area; Par tners, on the concerns of brands and media; the DLF Working Group, devoted
to improving diversity, equity, and inclusion; and Pure, promoting sustainability and wellness. •Forums We have 11 active forums around the countr y, with two additional ones planned for fall. These small groups meet vir tually and in person with absolute confidentiality to discuss challenges and share advice, suppor t, and wisdom. •Expert Access Webinars Two new ones are coming this fall. Stay tuned for details. •Behind-the - Scenes Events Look for several fun and informative behind-the - scenes events, similar in spirit to our
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The DLN Member s lunch in June at Shoreacres C ountr y Club, out side Chicago.
Member gatherings this year— a preview of Los Angeles’s Britely Social Club, designed by Mar tin Brudnizki; a tour of the new Yerba Buena Island development in San Francisco Bay, led by Tim Slatter y; and an inside look at the private museum of Ar ts and Craf ts furnishings at Crab Tree Farm followed by lunch at Shoreacres Countr y Club. These regional gatherings and our vir tual of ferings allow us to keep in touch, respond to changing conditions, learn, inspire, and share —until we can all meet nex t year in Rome!
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SIX NE W BOOKS BY DLN MEMBERS DEMONSTR ATE THAT INSPIR ATION CAN COME FROM GLOBAL TR AVELS OR FOUND RIGHT NE X T DOOR, THAT COLL ABOR ATION INSPIRES CRE ATIVIT Y, AND THAT GENEROSIT Y IS A HOME TRUTH
Whether it’s to a townhouse, a penthouse, a ranch, or a countr y estate, SHAWN HENDERSON brings to ever y project his sense of serene refinement, a well-honed aesthetic, and the ability to let space itself speak clearly and forcefully. In the 14 projects in his new book, Interiors in Context (The Monacelli Press), which include his own West Village apar tment and countr y home, each room is distilled to its essence, ser ving a clients’ needs while maintaining its own distinct presence.
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In honor of Clarence House’s 60th anniversary, the Queen of Color, Michelle Nussbaumer is introducing a new pink colorway to her classic Fez Embroidery pattern. The designer has been collecting Fez work since her first trip to the Moroccan town, and her design, which captures the elaborate embroidery stitches of traditional Fez work, is based on a vintage piece from her personal collection. Asked what inspired the remarkable hue for this special 60th Anniversary edition , Nussbaumer replied, “The pale rose sunsets in San Miguel de Allende and the pink sands around Marrakech. I just love pink.”
As celebrated as she is as a designer, CHARLOT TE MOSS is almost equally well known as a philanthropist. And her new book Home: A Celebration (Rizzoli) is testament to her caring and her creativity. Inspired by Edith Whar ton’s 1916 The Book of the Homeless, which aided children and refugees during the First World War, Moss recruited a lively mix of 125 contributors, from Jon Meacham to Bette Midler to Gloria Steinem, to contemplate the idea and the ideal of home, all in aid of No Kid Hungr y.
With a title like House Dressing: Interiors for Color ful Living (Monacelli) it makes sense that the first book from JANIE MOL STER would be full of rooms dressed in multiple shades of pink, grass greens, deep reds, and dazzling purples. The nine homes featured are layered and luxe, gleaming with golden accents, but they are also comfor table, practical, and full of common- sense lessons which the Richmond, Virginia-based designer elucidates with low-key charm and contagious enthusiasm, making elegance seem easy and pretty seem per fectly attainable.
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Hindman is an internationally recognized fine art auction house and appraisal firm, connecting cities nationwide to the global art market and providing expertise across all categories, sales channels, and price points. Hindman operates more salerooms in the United States than any other auction house. We conduct more than 100 auctions a year in categories such as fine art, jewelry and timepieces, modern design, books and manuscripts, couture, furniture and decorative arts, Asian art, Western art, and offer significant collections and estates. Our team of specialists build exceptional sales comprised of renowned artists and designers.
Since they first met while at Parish Hadley, it is perhaps not surprising that MARK FERGUSON and OSCAR SHAMAMIAN have a special sensitivity to interiors. And af ter they formed their own firm, they quickly became the architects of choice for top interior designers, including Bunny Williams, Victoria Hagan, Michael S. Smith, and Jacques Grange. Their second book, Collaborations (Rizzoli) documents 14 sumptuous and exquisitely detailed projects— from villas, barns, and beach houses to penthouses and mountain retreats—that attest to the firm’s ability to collaborate with other top talents and def tly conjure the homes of their clients’ dreams.
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THOMAS A . KLIGERMAN is not only an acclaimed architect, he’s also a world traveler, a vir tual encyclopedia of architectural histor y, and a skillful photographer. His Instagram account has become a mustfollow for any design maven. Now in his new book, As I See It: A Life in Detours (Triglyph), he gathers some of his most popular posts into even more illuminating pairings that reveal his knowledge, his eye for the telling detail, and his graphic imagination, making a book that is witty, informative, surprising, and completely charming.
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Chateau Domingue’s unsurpassed collection of European monumental antiques and reclaimed materials make it the top resource in the U.S for building elements of exceptional character and quality. The showroom and surrounding grounds of the Houston-based company, which has tripled in size since its founding in 2002, features an extensive inventory of everything from the rare (an entire private chapel) and monumental (stone arches) to the fundamental (flooring), not to mention an array of simply charming elements (shutters and gates).
Designer JIUN HO is not merely a traveler, he is an adventurer— heading of f to exotic locations at any oppor tunity. And his travels are a major influence on his work as an interior designer and furniture and fabric maker. His new book Jiun Ho Experience (Pointed Leaf Press) is a combination of autobiography, travel guide, and diar y of his creative process, and shows through poetic juxtapositions how his rooms, his furniture, and the palette and mood of his work are shaped by sources as diverse as classical architecture, gardens, Asian ar t and organic and natural forms discovered on his global jaunts.
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Let there be light. Introducing Portfolio 2021, a new collection that captures the playful expression of sun and shade in nature, a celebration of texture and color that is brimming with life. A collection of 15 original rugs, Portfolio 2021 features inventive yarn blends, vibrant colors, and exquisite techniques that are distinctively Merida. Woven to order in Fall River, Massachusetts. Explore Portfolio at meridastudio.com, then connect with us for samples and quotes. We are here to make your projects extraordinary.
In The Wild
PHOTOGR APHERS: BR ANDON HUT TENLOCHER, ROBERT MILLMAN
FOR A FAMILY DEEPLY ENGAGED WITH THE OUTDOORS, ARCHITECT CRISTOF EIGELBERGER DESIGNS A HOUSE IN ASPEN WHERE THE SE T TING’S DR AMATIC TREES AND MOUNTAINS ALWAYS REMAIN IN FOCUS
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With a setting within a forest of aspens, and with dramatic views of Mount Hayden, location became primar y for this new Aspen home. Architect CRISTOF EIGELBERGER sited the house to center on the views and worked with landscape architects Design Workshop to enhance the surroundings and build with minimal impact on the trees. The brief was to blend the home into the landscape using natural materials that aged over time. Moss rock, poplar bark shingles, and cedar and copper roof shingles blend with the natural palette. Expansive sliding glass-and- steel doors draw in the beautiful surroundings, while glass halls connect the rooms, making the outdoors omnipresent. Inside, the refined materials include bronze, reclaimed white oak, leather, and hand-forged steel.
Carini’s Animal Inspiration collection brings stylish flair with animal patterns sure to leave their mark in your home. Since the earliest days of bear- and tiger-skin rugs on the floors of caves, castles, and fortresses, animal patterns have retained their popularity and have been a signature element in numerous iconic modern-day interiors. Rugs form the foundation of a space and there is no better avenue to introduce an animal print into your home.
FLOW ALPACA BOUCLÉ RUG: FALL 2021
Thrilled to be across the pond, OKA recently launched its first US store in Houston and will be opening showrooms in Dallas, Texas, and Westport, Connecticut, this Fall and Spring 2022. OKA started small, as a catalogue of artisan finds sourced by three enterprising, décorobsessed women. It has since become a destination for Britishness at home– elegant and easygoing. Many DLN members recall fondly sourcing OKA pieces for their UK projects. Today, those sought-after homewares and furniture pieces can be fulfilled Stateside via OKA.com.
More in Store
THE INTERNET HAS PUT COMMERCE AT OUR FINGERTIPS, BUT AS DLN MEMBERS KNOW, THERE’S NOTHING LIKE THE REAL THING. VISITING AN ACTUAL BRICK-AND-MORTAR DESIGN STORE PROVIDES ENTERTAINMENT, EDUCATION, AND INSPIRATION—IN ADDITION TO THE THRILL OF THE HUNT. HERE, A FEW OF THE DOZENS OF FAVORITES SUBMIT TED TO THE DLN GUIDE
BDDW, N YC Selected by Ryan Reitmeyer, Peter Sallick
GALE RIE DUTKO, PARIS Selected by Thomas Pheasant
OB SOLE TE , LOS ANGE LE S Selected by Linda Eyles
OBSOLETE: JESSE STONE COURTESY OBSOLETE JESSE STONE COURTESY OBSOLETE
B L AC KM AN C RUZ , LO S AN G E LE S S ele c te d by C elerie Kemble, Jame s Whe eler
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M. NAE VE , HOUSTON Selected by James Wheeler
MARCH, SAN FR ANCISCO Selected by Ali Davin
ROBE RT KIME , LONDON Selected by Stewar t Manger, Joy Moyler
THE NE W CR AF T SME N, LONDON Selected by Kate Hume
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M NAEVE: PAR BENGTSSON COURTESY M NAEVE; MARCH: MICHAEL GRAYDON COURTESY MARCH; PLAIN GOODS: COURTESY PLAIN GOODS PAR BENGTSSON COURTESY M NAEVE; MICHAEL GRAYDON COURTESY MARCH; COURTESY PLAIN GOODS
JOHN DE RIAN, N YC Selected by Sarah Burningham, Bella Mancini
M AN T I Q U E S M O DE RN , N YC S ele c te d by Niki Pap adop oulo s
PL AIN GOODS, NE W PRE STON, C T Selected by Barbara Sallick
Dekton Ultracompact Surfaces are as versatile and durable as they are beautiful, perfect for interior and exterior applications. They provide unique aesthetics that mimic the look and feel of natural stone, concrete, and wood—without the upkeep. This stunning Houston home features a variety of Dekton colors. Dekton Aura was chosen for the countertop, wall cladding, and flooring of two bathrooms, as well as for the countertop and backsplashes of both indoor and outdoor kitchens. Dekton’s resistance to extreme weather, UV rays, and more make it the ideal choice for frequently used outdoor spaces. Another Dekton color, Strato, was chosen for the staircase and exterior flooring, emulating the look of cement, while Dekton Sirocco was used for some interior f looring. Explore the limitless possibilities Dekton can bring to your home at dekton.com
Kensington, in West London, is an idyllic escape from the intensity of city life. Famed for its town and country existence, museums, and cosmopolitan vibe, Kensington is home to artists and art lovers in search of beauty and elegance. This season, Zoffany introduces a snapshot of the neighborhood’s life with the Kensington Walk collection, inspired by generations, and capturing moments in time that are expressed in three unique stories: Eastern Palace, Paradise Row, and Artist’s House. Authentic subjects and experiences are represented in a range of exquisite fabrics and wallcoverings, each produced using the finest materials, artisan techniques, and modern processes. Available through Zoffany and showrooms nationwide.
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A sleek, refined interior overlooking the city plays host to Loro Piana Interiors Ginza furniture collection, which is all about square shapes and perfect proportions, designed with space between the back and armrests to accommodate with the utmost comfort. The armchairs, sofas, daybeds and poufs are all made exclusively for Loro Piana Interiors and upholstered with our fabrics. They channel a contemporary look with a clean, minimal feel, teamed with supreme comfort. Wool and silk dress the windows overlooking the city, in the form of the new Damask fabric with a contrasting silk grosgrain border. Refined color contrasts also grace the Essential cushions and throws in soft double wool and cashmere fabric stitched by hand for an invisible finish.
On the Rocks PHOTOGRAPHER: ANSON SMART
F O R A C O U P L E I N S Y D N E Y, A U S T R A L I A , T H O M A S H A M E L T R A N S F O R M S A TR ADITIONAL TOWNHOUSE INTO A C ONTEMP OR ARY JE WEL BOX OF RICH HUES, LUSH TE X TURES, AND GLE AMING ACCENTS
When a fun - loving couple bought a clas sic townhouse in the historic The Rocks area of Sydney, they respected tradition, but had no intention of being bound by it. They didn’t want the interior to feel like a t ypical Sydney terrace or traditionally Australian in any manner. Rather, they were in search of a home that would feel international in st yle —
glamorous, lushly comfor table, completely of the moment. So they turned to THOM A S HAM E L who ran with their love of color and pat tern, filling the rooms with rich hues and gleaming accent s. All ceilings were transformed with a special paint finish, gold leaf, or wallpaper. Favorite pos ses sions were enhanced with mosaic tiles impor ted
from Canada, a custom farmhouse sink made in Florence, and fabric s sourced from around the world. Touches of gold sparkle throughout— the dining room’s sconces, custom de Gournay panels in the main bedroom, and a bespoke rug in the sit ting room. The result is opulent yet contemporar y, color ful yet completely harmonious.
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Our exclusive Portlandia collection celebrates terrazzo traditions dating back to the 16th century when Venetian artisans used marble fragments to craft terraces (terrazzos). Whether underfoot at the Guggenheim Museum, the New York Public Library or the London Underground, this handcrafted, hardwearing surface has a uniquely fresh and timeless feel. Choose from a refined array of terrazzo and solid cement tiles for walls and f loors— in complementary shades, four sizes of marble chips, and a variety of tile sizes, shapes, and finishes.
Gallery in the Sky P H O T O G R A P H E R : D O N N A D O TA N
IN AN ICONIC MANHAT TAN TOWER, MAT T BERMAN AND ANDRE W KOTCHEN OF WORKSHOP/APD CONJURE A PENTHOUSE PIED - A -TERRE WHERE ART WORKS AND STUNNING VIE WS GE T EQUAL BILLING
When ANDREW KOTCHEN and MATT BERMAN of Workshop/APD were asked to design a penthouse pied-a-terre in Jean Nouvel’s tower overlooking the Hudson, no one was planning a gut renovation. But that’s what happened, with everything but the terrazzo floors being updated.
While the amazing views were paramount, the team also took the building’s distinctive fenestration into account, inspiring a strongly geometric and minimalist approach. A dramatic, gleaming white staircase leads to the rooftop terrace, and the rooms are filled
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with architectural furnishings and luxurious, layered textiles and rugs in a pale palette so the interiors serve as a backdrop for the enviable art collection. And the success of the result is evident in the fact that the firm is now working on two more projects for the same clients.
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Vaughan is delighted to introduce the Ellisfield Collection, featuring fresh adaptations of beloved classics, such as the classic Bamboo Lantern now available as a new wall light, and the Windermere Chandelier in gilt, as well as a range of new lighting pieces. The collection also introduces a range of both contemporary and classic furniture, as seen in the compelling simplicity of the Somborne Table, artfully combining beautiful design and practicality.
Celebrating its 45 th anniversary in 2021, Phillip Jeffries is devoted to inspiring a more beautiful world, one wall at a time. Clients have come to value Phillip Jeffries for having the most innovative designs, largest selection, fastest delivery, and most exceptional service in the industry. In Fall 2021, we bring you Bibliothèque, with 19 breathtaking new wallcovering designs, capturing a library’s enchanting charm and majestic beauty. This journey through architecture, past and future, inspires our newest collection, from luxurious textiles to sophisticated prints. Inspiration awaits!
Family Fare PHOTOGR APHER: SAM FROST
IN AN ARE A OF CHARMING SINGLE-FAMILY HOMES IN LOS ANGELES, BRIT TANY Z WICKL AND SHANNON WOLL ACK OF STUDIO LIFE.ST YLE BRING UNDERSTATED DR AMA AND A TOUCH OF EUROPE TO THE NEIGHBORHOOD 52 · H I V E F a l l 2 0 21
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When a young family purchased a spec house in the charming Cheviot Hills neighborhood of Los Angeles, every thing seemed great— except the standard issue house itself. So they turned to BRIT TANY ZWICKL and SHANNON WOLL ACK of
Studio LIFE.ST YLE to elevate the ordinar y. To reflect the owners’ sophisticated sensibility, the designers craf ted a mix of vintage pieces with classic designs, enriched by an assortment of European accents. Placed against a pale
backdrop with rich wood accent s, the furnishings stand out as sculptural presences. Yet for all its subtle drama, the house remains family friendly, comfor table for gatherings large and small, and yes, even cozy.
Add color and form to your clients’ homes with the new collection by Muller Van Severen for HAY, our first collaboration with the renowned Belgian design duo. Celebrated around the world for their minimal elegance, Muller Van Severen brings their eye for color and their affinity for elevated simplicity to the HAY world. For HAY, they’ve designed a collection of furniture, accessories, and lighting that eschews the ordinary and brings a distinct personality to a wide variety of spaces. HAY is where everyday designs are reimagined. Shop by phone at 1.833.849.3025, online at hay.com, or in person at your local HAY store.
LANSERRING is proud to present our latest collection, Celandine Manor. It showcases our signature materiality and craftsmanship in a new emotional language. This is a calm, mesmeric space. It soothes and comforts; it is a sanctuary. At the center is the bread-making island with deep bevels carved into solid marble, giving a sense of solidity and gravitas, while still feeling contemporary and clean. In a room of classical proportions, our furniture offers a modern harmony to traditional aesthetic principles. With our unique resources, in-house skills and experience, we can execute a design like this without compromising on performance. For information on LANSERRING’s award-winning kitchens, furniture, and products, visit lanserring.com or our new show space in Soho, New York.
Tess Picture Lights from Remains Lighting Co. This versatile new wall lighting from Remains features two axes of movement: 170� of swing and 90� of rotation on exclusive pressure sensitive sliding joints, with signature beveled backplates and a faceted directional shade. Made-to-order in multiple finishes and custom lengths.
THE WORLD OF WINE E X TENDS FROM VINE YARDS OF VAST ACRE AGE TO THE GL AS S ON THE BAR. AND DLN MEMBERS HAVE BROUGHT THEIR TALENTS TO VIRTUALLY E VERY ASPECT, FROM DESIGNING ENTIRE WINERIES TO CRE ATING TASTING ROOMS AND PRIVATE CELL ARS THAT PROTECT AND CELEBR ATE THE RICH P OS SIBILITIES INHERENT IN E ACH BOT TLE
Theorem Winer y, west of downtown Calistoga, California, is a 60 -acre complex containing a cluster of late -19th- centur y buildings and a new winer y, all masterminded by Richard Beard . The new building takes inspiration from Napa Valley’s vernacular agricultural buildings and features ample daylight and a subterranean barrel storge and is clad in dark tones so as not to distract from the stunning views of Mount St. Helena and the vineyards.
The wine room and billiards lounge in a private home in Houston, designed by Courtnay Tartt Elias of Creative Tonic Design, is both masculine and lush, with New Orleans-style gas lamps, brass-inlaid bar shelves, and a marble bar with leather-wrapped cabinet hardware, creating an ideal place for tastings.
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For a traditional townhouse in Sydney, Australia, Thomas Hamel designed a wine room as luxuriously detailed and sophisticated as the rest of the home, with marble shelves, steel and brass fittings, and stone and tile accents.
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At a family home in Bronxville, NY, Mara Miller and Jesse Carrier of Carrier & Company craf ted a wine cellar and bar that has all the atmosphere and comfor ts of a private gentleman’s club.
For a 1923 townhouse in San Francisco, John Anderson of JK A Design conjured a wine cellar and tasting room as precisely fitted and as luxurious as a jewel box, with more than a touch of Parisian flair. Working with Sutro Architects, he designed a refuge of cur ved niches, arched ceilings, intricate brickwork, and precise oak millwork.
For a large family in Dallas that loves to enter tain, Sherry Hayslip designed a wine storage room and bar that is central to the layout of the home and as elegantly appointed as ever y other room, with lacquered paneling, arched ceilings, and steel and marble accents.
At his home in Roway ton, CT, Peter Sallick installed a wine storage room where visibility and ease of access are paramount, making it easy to keep an up -to date inventor y of his growing collection of fine vintages.
For the renovation of the tasting room of the Browne Family Vineyard in Tacoma, WA, Heidi Caillier brought the same level of comfor t and detail as she did to the family’s residence. Rich walnut, vintage furnishings and a mix of plaids and luxurious tex tures create a sophisticated vibe, and a handpainted mural tells the stor y of the owner’s grandfather who inspired the family’s foray into winemaking.
Designer Anna Agapova of O&A London brings a Brutalist edge to the wine cellar, in a sleek design combining concrete, blackened steel, an open, floating staircase, and sleek wine storage units.
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She is a kitchen designer, and her husband is a vintner, so it’s not surprising that the kitchen that Caren Rideau of Kitchen Design Group created at their home in Santa Ynez is centered on the pleasures of wine and enter taining. Her husband, Andres Ibarra, was a long time winemaker and vineyard manager when he and Caren decided to launch their own label, Tierra Y Vino, in 2005. Now at home and at the winer y’s tasting room, the couple celebrate the full range of the pleasures of viticulture, from tastings to meals she prepares specially designed to celebrate their latest vintages.
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In its simplest form, a carpet should be nothing more than yarn—fibers that have been manipulated into a beautiful tangle of knots and symmetry to create handmade textiles. At Retorra we fixate on the yarn, sourcing the best possible raw materials to create rugs that we are proud of, rugs worth walking on. All Retorra’s designs function as templates, created for customization. Our approach is academic. We create handcrafted carpets that are straightforward and tasteful. Retorra is available through Culp Associates Showrooms.
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The Monogram Minimalist Collection Simple elegance. Precision fit. Breathtaking performance. Elevate Everything
LITHO means “stone” in ancient Greek and designer Guillaume Delvigne designed his new furniture collection to ref lect a primitive landscape. Each piece is the result of an assembly of volumes, either nested or simply placed one on top of the other. LITHO combines the best of the Pierre Frey know-how, with the pieces skillfully crafted in the firm’s furniture factory in the north of France, and then wrapped in sumptuous wools from the maison’s fabric collection.
Outside the Box
P H O T O G R A P H E R : M AT T H E W M I L L M A N
A COUPLE MAKING THE MOVE OUT OF SAN FRANCISCO FIND THAT, THANKS TO THE HELP OF DESIGNER JAY JEFFERS, THE Y HAVE NO NEED TO FORGO THE URBANE ST YLE AND SOPHISTICATED AESTHETIC THE Y LOVE
When a young couple who had just welcomed their first child decided they needed to leave San Francisco for more space, they chose the town of Ather ton, about 40 minutes south. The house they selected was basically a white box—but these were not white box people. For tunately, they knew exactly who could rectify the situation
for them— designer JAY JEFFERS, known for his swank and elegant rooms. The couple wanted a truly personal space, and they are not at all shy about color and pattern. Jef fers and his team supplemented the structure’s good bones with new architectural detailing, fireplace mantels, and vanities, exposing paneling in the
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dining room that had been covered over, painting the vast amounts of white trim a deep rich charcoal, and installing richly patterned wallpapers, even on the ceilings. Custom furnishings, such as the dining table and the bookshelf in the family room, mix with ar tisan pieces, including a dining room console
by Casey Johnson and a custom- sized chandelier by Apparatus. The husband’s of fice was lacquered and his desk sited so that he looks out onto the garden when working. The result is a per fect reflection of the couple’s energetic approach to style and an ideal home for their growing family.
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We proudly showcase two collections of cabinetry hardware to compliment interiors from cutting-edge modern to Old World traditional. As its name suggests, our Heritage collection offers a classic sensibility with elegant shapes, refined finishes, and a wide array of accent materials from within our luxurious leather and textile ranges. In contrast, our collaboration with Brooklyn-based DLV Designs combines their rugged materials palette with our tailored aesthetic to create a uniquely rich collection that adds a special highlight to any style of space. Discover the perfect finishing touch for your next project.
Over 100 years of intelligence in our hands. Founded in 1912 in Italy, Poltrona Frau has devoted more than a century to bringing life and culture to leather—and beyond. As a leader in high-end, hand-made furniture, Poltrona Frau has forged partnerships with more than 200 international architects and designers around the world and believes deeply in a multi-sensory approach. Its furnishings have graced many of the world’s most exquisite homes, public venues from the European Parliament to auditoriums at Harvard and Yale, as well as custom interiors of Ferrari, Singapore Airlines, and Ferretti Group yachts. To find out more, visit poltronafrau.com
Who doesn’t like a home renovation— once they’re completed? Until then, they tend to be noisy, prone to delays and cost overruns, and full of dust. And for art collectors, renovations also can damage valuable possessions. Before starting any renovation, consider moving your collection to a fine art storage facility or protect it from these on-site construction risks: Vibrations. Construction equipment creates vibrations that may dislodge artwork from walls and pedestals. An art handler can reinforce hardware, insert vibration-absorbing foam behind artworks, and stabilize items with museum wax. Install vibration sensors to detect excessive shaking. Accidental Damage. Construction zones are a minefield of “trip and fall” accidents. Keep artwork out of the direct path of workers and elevate items off the floor in a secure area. Dust. Renovations generate airborne debris that can adhere to the surfaces of artworks. Seal off construction areas with plastic sheet barriers, close exposed fireplace dampers, windows, and air vents, and clean HVAC filters regularly. When renovations wrap-up, allow time for surface drying and ventilation, and conduct a home systems test-run before re-installing the collection.
THERE ARE PHOTOGRAPHERS WHO CAN BRING MAGIC TO A ROOM, WHOSE IMAGES FILL THE PAGES OF SHELTER MAGA ZINES, THE ONES TO WHOM DLN MEMBERS TURN AGAIN AND AGAIN TO DOCUMENT THEIR BEST PROJECTS. BUT PHOTOGRAPHING ROOMS IS NOT ALL THEY EXCEL AT. HERE, FIVE OF THE BEST SHARE SOME OF THE WORK THEY PURSUE ON THEIR OWN, DURING THEIR PRECIOUS FREE TIME
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Exceed Expectations. Deliver the Perfect Mood. Serve up sunny days or serene nights on demand with an integrated lighting, shades, and controls solution by Lutron. Superior Performance. Beautiful Aesthetics. Fully integrated lighting and daylight management, all from a single manufacturer. That’s the Lutron difference. Visit luxury.lutron.com/DLN for personal design support or to request a virtual demonstration to experience the transformative power of the Lutron luxury portfolio.
ARCHITECTURE BY PAUL BATES; PHOTOGRAPH BY NASHMI ALKETBI
The List is House & Garden’s comprehensive, stylish, and trusted directory, profiling each member with wonderful imagery, a list of recent projects, and company details. Following its huge success in the UK, The List is now expanding its reach across the US, offering American designers the opportunity to become part of House & Garden’s only Stateside initiative. Members benefit from fantastic exposure across our digital, print, and social media channels. The List by House & Garden is an indispensable global guide created to showcase the best talent in the design industry. Be a part of it! thelist.houseandgarden.com
At Decorators Supply, the craft of centuries past gives way to new forms of expression, design, and detail. Our highly skilled craftsman bring extraordinary beauty into the places where we live and breathe every day, creating exquisite accents ranging from ornamental lanterns, hardware, and fixtures to custom-designed plaster ceiling treatments and crown details. Bespoke design, expert craftsmanship, and a high sensitivity to detail is our forte.
Cottage Industry P H O T O G R A P H E R : E M I LY F O L L O W I L L
A C O T TA G E I N AT L A N TA I N S P I R E S A N E W D E F I N I T I O N O F C H A R M WHEN MEL ANIE MILLNER USES HER DEF T HAND TO MIX MID - CENTURY A N D C O N T E M P O R A R Y P I EC E S W I T H I N A T R A D I T I O N A L S E T T I N G
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The words “charming” and “cottage” go together so well that an image immediately springs to mind. But MELANIE MILLNER wanted to create a very different picture. Inspired by her Atlanta clients’ collection of mid-century
furniture, she took an unexpected approach to their shingle-style cottage. She retained the house’s bones but filled the rooms not only with their pieces, but also dining chairs by Frank Gehry, low-slung
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seating, and distinctive lighting. Artworks instill a distinct personality into each room, and there are plenty of spots for relaxed conversations, bringing a contemporary twist to the cottage ideal.
SAFARI is Justin Van Breda’s new collection of African-inspired craft and design. Africa is an adventure, and we hope this furniture collection takes you on a virtual safari across her elemental lands, so that you can smell the dust on the winds and the deep red earth, hear the whispering of the grass on the plains and the chits of the tick birds in the Acacia tree, and see the artists bent gracefully over their work, shaping every piece with an enduring passion and dedication that captures the true spirit of the continent. Available to order at justinvanbreda.com
PHOTO: DURSTON SAYLOR
In Fall 2021, JANUS et Cie will open the doors to an innovative flagship in Coral Gables, Florida, at the much sought-after Giralda Place Residences. Showcasing an extensive breadth of distinctive furnishings, performance textiles, and interior/exterior accessories, the elegant 5,000-square-foot showroom occupies a prime corner location, anchoring the retail level of Florida’s newest luxury residential development. JANUS et Cie is proud to establish this collaborative, technology-forward, signature working studio for its devoted clientele in a region where the design inf luences of South America and Europe meet. Giralda Place makes an exciting complement to JANUS et Cie’s 17 showrooms across North America, Australia, and Europe.
The Right Note PHOTOGR APHER: CAROLINE ALLISON
FOR A NASHVILLE SONGWRITER, WADE WEIS SMANN E XPANDS A CHARMING FARMHOUSE INTO A CONTEMP OR ARY HOME THAT ENCOUR AGES FAMILY RE VELRY— AND CRE ATIVIT Y
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A historic farmhouse on the outskir ts of Nashville initially seemed like the ideal spot for a successful songwriter and his family. But it soon became clear that the kitchen was far too small, and there was no space to which the songwriter could escape to hone his craf t. That’s when they turned to Milwaukee -based architect WADE WEISSMANN. He and his team expanded the kitchen, raised the ceiling to
bring in ample light, and added a mudroom and laundr y. A new covered walkway leads to the garage, atop which the architect crafted a writing retreat. To retain the original charm, indigenous materials and forms were used both inside (Dutch door, shed dormers, wood beams) and out (field stone, and boardand-batten and shingle siding), yielding a renovation that seems as rooted to the land as the original.
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The Iconic Home returns with the spotlight shining on an all new set of designers. This year’s creatives will showcase their imaginative designs throughout the virtual showhouse, offering invaluable insights on how to live both stylishly and sustainably. Experience The Iconic Home at archdigest.com/iconichome. Doors open September 27, 2021. The Iconic Home is presented by Architectural Digest and the Black Interior Designers Network in partnership with method®. The virtual showhouse is rendered by The Boundary and features product innovations from Arhaus, Beautyrest, Crate & Kids, Garage Living®, Heat & Glo, KOHLER and Rémy Martin.
Alfonso Marina is an exemplar of the kind of luxury that arises from the subtle dialogue between tradition and innovation. Our collections reflect our aesthetic and showcase our commitment to design, quality, and service. Enjoy furniture pieces that uplift any interior design with modern accents that add a touch of elegance. The best of artisan tradition and state-of-the-art technology come together to create the ultimate design experience. Our pieces are conceived with a distinctive and individual character, handcrafted to the highest of standards. Our pursuit of precision and sophistication redefines luxury furniture and elevates standards across the world of design.
This contemporary residence, perched on the South Bay hillside near San Francisco, was once a conventional ranch-style home. Its transformation by the architectural firm Studio Peek Ancona required an astute architectural vision incorporating an artist’s mix of natural materials. The most crucial design element of the project, which was overseen by Neely Engineering and Contracting, was sourcing building product that performed beyond all expectations. Using Bonelli was the clear choice, due to its reputation for excellence and limitless capabilities. The engineering team at Bonelli designed high-grade aluminum windows and doors that soar floor to ceiling. Sliding and casement windows provide ventilation and glass doors invite in outdoor beauty without compromising performance or energy efficiency. A signature powder-coat finish protects from wind, rain, and temperature extremes. This bold remodel required a seamless collaboration between Bonelli and the architects. From the sleek facade to the spacious interior rooms, every space in this one-of-a-kind home glimmers with the play of natural light.
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Tupelo Honey PHOTOGRAPHER: HARIS KENJAR
FOR CLIENTS WHO WANTED INTERNATIONAL ST Y LE AND C OMFORT AT THEIR MIS SIS SIPPI HOME, DESIGNER SE AN ANDERS ON CR AF TS A HOME WHERE LUXURY RULES, AND CLE AN - LINED MODERNISM DOESN’T PRECLUDE WARMTH
The setting in Tupelo, Mississippi, may be bucolic but there is nothing rustic about the home that Memphis-based designer SE AN ANDE RSON created for clients who had adored their exp erience s at luxur y hotels . The house was renovated by architect David Anderson to
reflect both classical design (high ceilings, crown moldings) and contemporar y features (pale floors, the staircase balustrade). The interior designer filled the expansive rooms with striking new pieces in a subtle palette and a smattering of classic antiques.
He amplified the modernit y with a kitchen sheathed in marble with a showpiece hood of waxed raw steel, and a geometric marble mantle in the living room. The result is both gr and and rela xed, Southern in it s warmth but global in it s approach.
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DesignTV® by SANDOW is the most far-reaching syndicated video network in the design media space. It launched in 2020 with the mission to connect, engage, and inspire the A+D community. To date, DesignTV boasts more than 50 million total cross-platform impressions and more than 11 million total views across SANDOW Design Group brands. Each week, Luxe Interiors + Design airs compelling editorial programming unique to the residential design space, covering the personalities, projects, and products that impact design today. Check out the library of over 100 LUXE segments on luxesource.com and the DesignTV by SANDOW Roku channel.
Cambria, the nation’s leading producer of American-made quartz surfaces introduces four new designs——Hemsworth™, Sandgate™, Leabridge™, and Halewood™—and one groundbreaking new finish to its industryleading palette. The new Cambria Satin Ridge™ finish is available exclusively on Leabridge, a sensual texture that adds a powerful tactile dimension to the visual sophistication of the design. This new finish offers the same maintenance-free benefits as all Cambria designs. It is nonabsorbent, stain and scratch resistant, and backed by a transferable Full Lifetime Warranty. To further explore these new designs, visit CambriaUSA.com/HIVE.
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Carefully crafted, thoughtfully coordinated residential commissions.
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IN ITS FOURTH AND BIGGEST YEAR YET, Whole Home is an annual built-fromthe-ground-up showcase of the finest design products and ideas today. The rolling hills surrounding Fredericksburg, Texas—an emerging design and culinary destination known for bustling shops, boutique hotels and a growing viticultural region—set the perfect allAmerican backdrop as House Beautiful celebrates its 125th anniversary. Join House Beautiful Next Wave designers, our esteemed sponsors and Agave Custom Homes as they create a space packed with concepts big and small for living better at home. Thank you to our sponsors and partners: Acme Brick, Agave Custom Homes, Architectural Grille, Arhaus, Caesarstone, Circa Lighting, Elkay, Fabricut, Farrow & Ball, Fibreworks, Garage Kings, GE Cync, Grothouse, LG Studio, Morris & Co, Phillip Jeffries, Schlage, Serena & Lily, Signature Hardware, Signature Kitchen Suite, Stearns & Foster, Tencel, The Rug Company, Trane, Walmart and Wellness Within Your Walls. www.housebeautiful.com/whole-home
PHOTO: STEPHEN KARLISCH
For the second consecutive year, VER ANDA serves as the National Media Sponsor of the Annual Kips Bay Decorator Show House Dallas, benefiting Kips Bay Boys & Girls Club, Dwell with Dignity, and Crystal Charity Ball. Each year, the acclaimed show house enlists the talent of A-List design firms from across the country, taking an ordinary residence and turning it into a design masterpiece. Special thanks to VER ANDA partners: Chantecaille, New Moon Rugs, OKA, Sanderson, Serena & Lily, Signature Kitchen Suite, Sutherland, The Shade Store, and Yves Delorme. September 24 – October 24, 2021
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He’s both a classicist—his favorite city is Paris, his preferred colors are white and cream— and a sybarite —his DLN Guide recommendations list a variety of luxurious resor ts in exotic locales and global five - star restaurants. San Francisco designer PAUL WISEMAN, founder of the Wiseman Group, is a fascinating amalgam of discipline and pleasure. But as his choices makes clear: He always prefers the best.
RESTAURANT Cotogna, San Francisco
COLORS Farrow and Ball’s Farrow’s Cream, No. 67 and Benjamin Moore’s White Dove, OC-17
COCKTAIL Belvedere Vodka martini, very dry, slightly dirty, with a single onion. Made by someone else.
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ERIC WOLFINGER COURTESY COTOGNA; HOTEL AMANJIWO COURTESY OF AMAN; COURTESY OF CASTLE HOWARD
Amanjiwo, Java Indonesia
BUILDING The Garden Pavilion at Castle Howard, North Yorkshire It’s where I would love to live.
ARTISAN Tuell & Reynolds
DESIGN ICON John Saladino
LUXURY BRAND Loro Piana
Kravet Couture introduces Bohème II, its second collection with interior designer Linherr Hollingsworth. Deeply rooted in classicism, yet with a soulful vibe, this gorgeous collection of fabrics, trims, and wallcoverings picks up where Hollingsworth left off, with a strong focus on art and architecture, expressed with a freer hand. Wonderfully luxe and modern, this collection is relaxed and especially relevant for today’s interiors. Patterns in this collection are layered with a natural richness that evokes an authentic and effortless vibe. Signature motifs from the first collection are reimagined in a fresh way. Freshly colored ground cloths are beautifully paired with a rich and organic neutral color palette.