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A SANDOW MEDIA PUBLICATION

VOLUME 10, ISSUE 3

DISPLAY UNTIL 10/16/12


home automation

audio/video

security

lighting

integration

networking

desert star construction and cyber sound experts working together on the finest luxury homes.

desert star uses cyber sound and savant technologies to control their homes with their ipad® or iphone®… shouldn’t you? 16559 North 92nd Street

Suite 115

480.483.6900

Scottsdale, AZ 85260

cybersound.tv


home built by jerry meek, desert star construction


PLANO, TX | $1,949,900 Ebby Halliday Realtors Cindy O’Gorman — 972.715.0190 WEB ID: FWEQ8

luxuryportfolio.com HOUSTON, TX | $3,250,000 Heritage Texas Properties Jamie Barrere — 713.341.1677 WEB ID: WNEQ8

HOUSTON TX | $3,693,000 Martha Turner Properties Kellie Geitner — 713.558.3266 WEB ID: WCAQ8


HONOLULU, HI | $6,188,000 Choi International Patricia Choi — 808.734.7711 WEB ID: ACSZ8

HUNTINGTON BEACH, CA | $3,875,000 First Team Estates Sean Stanfield — 714.421.3377 WEB ID: LNEZ8

EXCEPTIONAL HOMES. POWERFUL NETWORK. Finding your home is a personal process of discovery, and the accomplished global network of Luxury Portfolio brokers are ready to assist in the journey. Explore over 25,000 of the world’s finest properties marketed on luxuryportfolio.com each year. Enter the

NEWPORT, RI | $3,350,000

property Web ID for more detail.

Lila Delman Real Estate Melanie Delman — 401.284.4820 WEB ID: HKQQ8

SANTA FE, NM | $3,950,000 Santa Fe Properties D. Bodelson/C. Spier — 505.982.4466 WEB ID: JCAZ8

© 2012 Luxury Portfolio International.TM Offering is subject to errors, omissions, change of price, or withdrawal without notice. Equal Housing Opportunity.

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SCOTTSDALE, AZ | $8,250,000 Walt Danley Realty Troy Stortz — 480.365.8261 WEB ID: GROQ8

SAN ANTONIO, TX | $8,900,000 Phyllis Browning Company Brooke Rogers — 210.408.4043 WEB ID: XWEQ8


Give your food a future.


Dual refrigeration keeps food fresher longer, in a refrigerator that itself lasts longer. Every Sub-Zero product is individually tested for exceptionally long life – not just years but decades. As long as there is Sub-Zero, food will have a delicious destiny. subzero.com


LEEJOFA.COM


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David Michael Miller Associates I N T E R I O R D E S I G N Scottsdale, AZ

480.425.7545

www.davidmichaelmiller.com


HOME

FINE LINEN ❁ FURNISHINGS

Linens by Matouk

Visit our new SECOND LOCATION in the Shops at Gainey Village

The Ultimate in Luxurious Bedding 8787 North Scottsdale Road ❁ Scottsdale, Arizona ❁ 480.998.0011 8936 East Pinnacle Peak Road ❁ Scottsdale, Arizona ❁ 480.563.1579 ❁ deladora.com


INTERIOR ELEMENTS: STANSBURY COLLECTION - WWW.STANSBURYCOLLECTION.COM STYLED BY: ARIANA WEISNER MODEL J-RAY HOCHFIELD HAIR AND MAKEUP: JESSICA DEBEN PHOTO: DAVE KEFFER FOR KEFSKIPHOTO.COM


Simply DuChateau... EUROPEAN WIDE-PLANK FLOORING 1.888.DUCHATEAU

www.duchateaufloors.com

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Design that allows you the luxury to be you...simply beautiful.

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TUCSON 520.329.1809

SHOWROOMS COMING TO ARIZONA SUMMER 2012

BERLONIAMERICA.COM BERLONI.IT


pool • spa • active living

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805.560.8400

chellatextiles.com

in design showrooms worldwide


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PHOTOGRAPHY © 2012 ANGIE WEST

H Y D R A TA B L E S

DESIGN PATRICIA FICALORA


ROHL

LOMBARDIA

COLLEZIONE ITALIA

Known for its majestic mountains and shimmering lakes, Italy’s Lombardia region is where the Lombardia Modern Bath Collection derives its name. Crafted in this same area, by artisans, who like their predecessors Leonardo da Vinci and Mantegna, are compelled to deliver perfection. The lines of this series are clean and crisp, demanding attention to detail A2208LM

and superior engineering – perfect for

LOMBARDIA C-SPOUT WIDESPREAD LAVATORY FAUCET

those for whom less is more.

Sold exclusively through fine decorative plumbing & hardware showrooms nationwide.

Using your Smart Phone, download a QR Code Reader App to view this video.

PHONE: 800.777.9762

www.rohlhome.com


Š 2012 Antolini Luigi. All rights reserved.

Legendary Opulence.

Presenting The Precioustone Collection. When it comes to innovations in natural stone, one company stands alone: Antolini. The result is the Precioustone Collection, setting the standard for the most advanced technologies and craftsmanship of Italy. This breathtaking collection of over 100 unique creations is unrivalled for its artful beauty and exquisite quality. The collection is now available throughout the US. To locate the nearest Precioustone distributor, email LUXstyle@antolini.com and visit antoliniprecioustone.com for details.


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DRAPERY L TO R: KINVA - GREY, PUSHPA - MOSS – PILLOWS TOP TO BOTTOM, L TO R: CHADAR - CHAMBRAY, RAMBAGH - INDIGO, JAMA - MOSS, CHARBAGH - LINEN RAMBAGH - AQUA, TABRIZ - CORAL OTTOMAN: OS TRENT OTTOMAN, TOP: CHADAR - CHAMBRAY, BOTTOM: RAMBAGH - INDIGO – PILLOWS: CHAY - SAFFRON, CHATTRI - LIGHT BLUE – THROW: SAFA - GREY


GILMAN Multi, from the Rex Ray Rug Collection

ARMSTRONG Charcoal, from the Jazz Rug Collection

ALVARADO Multi, from the Rex Ray Rug Collection

FUSION Cocoa, from the Jazz Rug Collection


Bryant Park Wedgewood, from the Manhattan Reserve Rug Collection

www.samad.com

888.726.2393 THE WORLD’S FINEST DECORATIVE RUGS

United States-East Rutherford, NJ Tel: 201 372 0909 • Great Britain-London, England Tel: 020 8800 4406 © All designs copyright Samad Brothers, Inc.


As unique as you are.

ASCARI SWIVEL-TILT CHAIR, HANDCRAFTED IN AMERICA, IS AVAILABLE THROUGH FINE FURNITURE RETAILERS AND TO THE TRADE THROUGH BAKER KNAPP & TUBBS. WWW.HANCOCKANDMOORE.COM


The couture tabletop collection

Lenox is thrilled to partner with Georgina Chapman and Keren Craig to create the Couture Collection of tabletop and gifts. Their beautifully crafted designs are interpreted into elegant American made dinnerware with the same unparalleled level of quality synonymous with Marchesa and Lenox.

SHOWN: EMPIRE PE ARL DINNERWARE VISIT US AT LENOX .COM Š 2012 Lenox Corporation


PROMOTION

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MUST-HAVES Contemporary chic meets vintage-inspired in this collection of designs.

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1. The Modern Fan Co. produces a line of contemporary ceiling fans, including the Stella shown here in maple with dark bronze motor and hardware (also available in Mahogany). modernfan.com 2. An organic hand wrought blackened iron base supports a solid wood plank top for the Tritan Dining Table by Mattaliano. Custom sizes and finishes available, prices dependent on size. mattaliano.com 3. J. Tribble is a leading designer and manufacturer of custom sink bases and handcrafted cabinetry. With more than 50 styles, their sink bases are an invaluable asset for distinctive homes. jtribble.com

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4. All that glitters is black and gold in Marchesa by Lenox Mandarin. Inspired by an elegant Marchesa gown, this bone China design finished with an elegant gold rim exudes true Hollywood glamour. Proudly made in the USA. lenox.com 5. Echoes of industrial detailing and historical references are apparent in Waterworks’ Voltaire Bathtub, from its flat rim to its riveted base. The vintage tone is created through a burnished exterior and a wider, welcoming enamel interior. (Primed finish is also available.) waterworks.com


A celebration of illumination.

Bliss

CORBETT LIGHTING IS AVAILABLE THROUGH THESE LIGHTING DEALERS:

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HINKLEY’S LIGHTING Phoenix (602) 279-6267 Scottsdale (480) 948-8799 www.hinkleyslighting.com

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VALLEY LIGHT GALLERY Scottsdale (480) 948-5030 www.valleylights.com

Hand-crafted chandelier featuring Brazilian rock crystals accented with smoked crystal medallions and shimmering micro-bead and crystal tassels.

www.corbettlighting.com For additional distinctive lighting choices, visit Littman family of brands: www.littmanbrands.com A Division of Troy-CSL Lighting, Inc.


CONTENTS

F E A T U R E S PERFECT FORMULA STYLE SELECTION This iron-based tray table by George Massar for Gregorius | Pineo is the perfect side note to a modern space. Tristan Tray Table, price available to the trade; gregoriuspineo.com

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A celebrated architect’s original 1930s design was the inspiration for a Tucson renovation that brought the enduring beauty of the past into this present-day stunner. Written by Jorge S. Arango Photography by Joshua Klein

TIMELESS MODERN

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Leaving everything behind, an Arizona couple receives the spacious, streamlined style they desired for their new Scottsdale residence. Written by Brian Libby Photography by Mark Boisclair

LIGHT OF DAY

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A DC Ranch vacation retreat waits five years for a complete makeover that takes it from dark and dated to warm and lively in just four months time. Written by Suzanne Gannon Photography by Ken Hayden

COLLECTED WORK With a mix of antique and custom furniture, a designer fashions a quiet elegance for a Paradise Valley getaway made to look as if it has been assembled from a lifetime of travels. Written by Linda Hayes Photography by Grey Crawford

ON THE COVER Interior designer Holly Ogden dressed the poolside chaises—from Inside/Out—and lounge chairs—purchased at On the Veranda—of this DC Ranch home in a deep red Sunbrella fabric. Page 212

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shown: Tracciato Circolo Pattern, Gold on Biancone and Matouche Croco in Charbon

How will you be inspired?

Authentic, handcrafted stone and tile since 1952.

www.walkerzanger.com


“Your sense of space comes from what you feel, not just what you see.” “What gives a space character has a lot to do with the textures: here we have the brick wall, the glass tile in the backsplash, the wood floor, the cabinetry. The neutral palette provides softness that works beautifully with these bold, earthy textures, and acts as a backdrop for everything else.” Mary Jo Peterson, CKD, CBD, CAPS, is an award-winning designer and owner of a Connecticut-based design firm.

Watch Mary Jo share more about designing a harmonious space. View this video, and see more experts, at jennair.com/masterclass.


® Registered Trademark/™ Trademark of Jenn-Air, U.S.A. ©2012. All Rights Reserved.

Consulting designer: Mary Jo Peterson, CKD, CBD, CAPS.

The Jenn-Air ® Pro-Style® Stainless series turns the kitchen into a place where anything is possible. Where you can cook with real power. Feel the strength of commercial-style precision. Scale new culinary heights. These appliances deliver an entirely new level of performance and design, and our ranges feature our most powerful gas burner. It’s a series certain to impress your guests. And most importantly: you.


CONTENTS

D E P A R T M E N T S

STYLE SELECTION Scalloped corners create a unique shape for this stylish chair, upholstered in Anna French’s Jack Sack green linen. Stirling Chair, price available to the trade; thibautdesign.com

EDITOR’S LETTER

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PUBLISHER’S LETTER

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INSIDER

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Get an inside look at the people, places and things that you need to know about now.

RADAR

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A glimpse at current happenings in the world of art, architecture and design.

ON TREND

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Look to the softer side of the color wheel as furniture, fashion and jewelry sparkle in demure pastel hues.

SPOTLIGHT

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Luxe shares the latest on what’s hot in home design, expressed by fashion’s elite.

SCENE

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News and offerings from some of the most stylish hotels and spas in Arizona.

STYLE MAKERS

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An up-close and personal look at artisans and designers who are transforming the design industry.

KITCHEN AND BATH

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Inspiration and ideas for making these practical spaces as chic as the rest of your home.

MATERIAL

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Journey across the globe with these offerings of tile and stone that help create our inspirational notebook.

GOLD LIST

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A special compilation of industry professionals previously featured in Luxe.

SPECIAL SECTION: LUXE SOURCE A complete guide to Arizona’s leading architecture + design resources.


Q U I N TA CO L L E C T I O N

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Drexel Heritage

Drexel Heritage

Drexel Heritage

Drexel Heritage

15630 N. Scottsdale Rd.

7270 W. Bell Rd.

9959 S. Priest Dr.

2260 W. Ina Rd.

(480) 505-9300

(623) 773-1222

(480) 763-5500

(520) 544-8600

tbfurniture.com


Susan Hersker, ASID Classic

Distinctive

Award-Winning Custom Furniture and Interior Design

Livable

Sophisticated

Stylish

Timeless

Personalized

Unique

Desert Mountain, Scottsdale

DESIGN DIRECTIVES 480-443-4800 I

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Drexel Heritage

Drexel Heritage

Drexel Heritage

Drexel Heritage

15630 N. Scottsdale Rd.

7270 W. Bell Rd.

9959 S. Priest Dr.

2260 W. Ina Rd.

(480) 505-9300

(623) 773-1222

(480) 763-5500

(520) 544-8600

tbfurniture.com


Alexis® Vessel Lavatory and Upton® Single-Handle Faucet

PEOPLE-FIRST INNOVATION ™ For TOTO, innovation is about people first and foremost. We breathe life into innovations that support the way you live. Our products deliver world-class, reliable and eco-friendly performance, but more importantly, they help improve your quality of life. TOTOUSA.COM | 800.350.8686 ©2012 TOTO U.S.A., Inc.

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SUN VALLEY BRONZE Solid bronze hardware inspired by Bensley Design Studios, SB Architects and Sun Valley Bronze for the Spa Botรกnico at Dorado Beach, a Ritz-Carlton Reserve, Puerto Rico - 2012

Fine Solid Bronze Architectural Hardware 866.788.3631 tel

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www.sunvalleybronze.com SCIENTIFIC CERTIFICATION SYSTEMS SCS-MC-01755 - SCS-MC-01756

SCS certified for 87% pre-consumer recycled content silicon bronze and 91% pre-consumer recycled content white bronze sand cast architectural hardware


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For more information call 1-800-444-3682, or go to www.henredon.com to find the Henredon dealer nearest you.


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WHERE ARCHITECTURE BEGINS “In the spirit of enabling design, we strive to create in our foundry and atelier the best architectural hardware in the world.� - SA Baxter

Our world-class products adorn the most exclusive hotels, residences, and yachts in North America, South America, Europe, Asia, Australia, Africa, and the Middle East.

Working with one of our designers, clients can commission their own architectural art, or customize a plethora of stunning hardware designed by SA Baxter.

Visit sabaxter.com to download our full catalog, and see a work-in-progress video taken at our foundry and atelier.

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talking points. I was recently asked to give a presentation to a group of Boston designers; the topic was mine to choose. Hmm, what to discuss for the hour? I don’t subscribe to design trends, per se, so that was off my list. Art in the home? Too subjective. Color theory? Been there, done that. I had just returned from Marrakech and the Milan Furniture Fair (destinations where creativity flourishes), so my desire was to spur ideas and discuss how to stay curious and excited by design. I adore conversing with designers and artisans who are enthused by what they do. So, my talk began with the subject of PASSION. I know a ton of industry pros whose fierce energy is downright infectious: Jamie Drake, a fervent designer and master colorist. Jiun Ho, who approaches his interiors and furniture collection with great zeal. Clodagh, a one-word wonder, whose work is both mindful and holistic. The list goes on and on… Next, I delved into IMAGINATION. There are endless ways for designers, and homeowners for that matter, to be inspired. Travel! Take a garden tour! Visit a museum! Pin images on Pinterest! Download Instagram! And please, let’s not forget flipping through the pages of design magazines. My talk concluded with the matter of DESIGN, for it’s the creative process—the sketching, the shopping, the installation—that interests me most. What you see on our pages is the end result. Yet getting there, with passion, imagination and design, is where the real thrill lies.

PASSION, IMAGINATION, DESIGN Exciting fabric hanging in Dedar’s Milan showroom; a beautifully designed riad in Marrakech; an imaginatively attired Moroccan woman.

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summer. There have been so many exciting events happening in the luxury design community over the last several months. In February, Luxe Interiors + Design, along with Sub-Zero and Wolf, co-sponsored two spectacular functions in Phoenix and Tucson to introduce the upcoming Kitchen Design Contest. On March 6, the Phoenix Art Museum presented the Independent Woman Luncheon, presided over by Ellen Katz, chairman of the Board of Trustees, where designer and author Charlotte Moss spoke about the women who inspire her work.

Also in March, Luxe partnered with John Brooks and Gebert Contemporary Art Gallery to throw an amazing kick-off event at the gallery for the upcoming Tour for Life, benefitting the Southwest Center for HIV/AIDS. We are excited to launch this incredible home tour this fall—make sure to keep an eye out for more details.

In April, designer Lynne Beyer and I hosted accessories maven Jan Barboglio at Neiman Marcus with a wonderful fête to introduce the artist’s newest line. Lastly, we would like to extend our congratulations to interior designer Lori Carroll, as she celebrates 30 years in design.

We hope you enjoy the new issue.

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AROUND TOWN WITH LUXE Guests at the Phoenix Art Museum’s Independent Woman Luncheon with designer and author Charlotte Moss, chairman Ellen Katz and museum director Jim Ballinger. See more event images online at facebook.com/luxemagazine.

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ODDS & ENDS Bursting with vintage charm and one-of-a-kind finds—everything from men’s and women’s wear to home accessories and paper goods—Frances Vintage is an eclectic boutique located on Phoenix’s West Camelback Road. Owner Georganne Bryant keeps her shop filled with intriguing works and products by both local and well-known artisans. You truly never know what you might find. francesvintage.com

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FROM SCOTTSDALE TO TUCSON, ARIZONA IS BRIMMING WITH SENSATIONAL SHOPPING. THIS SUMMER, WE UNCOVER A FUNKY PHOENIX BOUTIQUE, A VINTAGE SHOP OVERFLOWING WITH UNIQUE FINDS FOR THE HOME AND LUXURY LINENS TO SIGH FOR.

ROCK STAR A favorite among celebrities and those with exquisite tastes, jewelry designer Melinda Maria has been making headlines for her delicately crafted, head-turning pieces. Gracing runways and the big screen, Maria’s collections are highly coveted, so it’s fitting that Phoenix’s chic Nouvelle Armoire boutique would carry her line. Right now, we’re obsessed with her signature Neptune necklaces. melindamaria.com

FASHION FIX Phoenix is getting an extra dose of spunk from contemporary clothing boutique Bunky. From the outside in—Hayes McNeil, principle architect of Plus Minus Studio, designed the storefront using reclaimed and recycled materials—Bunky is a definite must-see and –shop. Owner Rachel Malloy, who describes her store’s style as “timeless with a twist,” has created a treasure trove packed with artisan-made jewelry and carefully curated fashions. bunkyboutique.com

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SWEET DREAMS One of Scottsdale’s premier destinations for luxury linens, Valerianne is the perfect place to pick up plush pillows, silky sheets and featherfilled duvets by couture brands. The inviting shop beckons you to linger longer with indulgent textiles and intoxicating candles—offerings such as these create ample opportunity for pampering. valerianne.com

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OASIS FOUND Tucson’s Lodge on the Desert is host to 103 rooms and a bevy of luxurious amenities. The five-acre desert resort, with the majestic Santa Catalina Mountains painted in the horizon beyond, is comprised of hacienda-style architecture and often cited as a must-experience Arizona landmark. This authentic adobe hideaway is the perfect place to enjoy a long, relaxing weekend. lodgeonthedesert.com

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WONDER WORLD Dedicated to modern art, design and architecture, the Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art is a source of inspiration for emerging artists and creators, and a haven for established professionals. With an ultra-modern and spacious lounge area—perfect for special affairs—this is not your ordinary museum; quite the contrary, this is an experience not to be missed. smoca.org


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BLISS BOUND The Farm at South Mountain is a very peaceful place that captures Phoenix at its best; you can’t help but feel a sense of tranquility when perusing the grounds. This 12-acre pecan grove is a great spot to gather for a picnic or sit-down meal as there are several fantastic restaurants located right on the expansive property. The Farm takes me back to the day of my wedding, which was held here. This place is definitely a home away from home. thefarmatsouthmountain.com

PERSONAL TOUCH I ensure that Blueseeds is always filled with thoughtfully selected home furnishings and accessories. We carry amazing brands like Oly, Modern History, Redford House, Taylor Scott, Made Goods and Visual Comfort. The raw, industrial two-story building is the perfect backdrop for the blend of traditional and modern luxuries. There’s nothing I enjoy more than seeing others inspired by the space I’ve created. blueseeds.net

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STAR CONNECTION For me, this summer is all about Asha by ADM—a jewelry line out of New York—particularly its array of zodiac rings. There’s nothing better than purchasing bold statement pieces that add personality to your ensemble and the white enamel collection is perfect for doing just that. Each piece is fun, a little funky and classic all in one. Who wouldn’t love their zodiac sign encased in 14-karat vermeil, ivory enamel and mother of pearl? ashabyadm.com

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LAP OF LUXURY The Ritz-Carlton, Phoenix on 24th Street is at the center of it all: Shops, movie theatres and great restaurants are all a stone’s throw away. Though admittedly when I’m there, I find it difficult to pull myself away from the luxurious ambiance that engulfs me. My favorite indulgence, aside from the spa, of course, is an impromptu order of their French dip sandwich via in-room dining; I promise it will be the best midnight snack! ritzcarlton.com

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BOLD AND BEAUTIFUL, THIS GILDED COLLECTION OF MUSTHAVES TRANSFORMS THE ORDINARY TO EXTRAORDINARY.

1. Goldenstein Gallery’s handcrafted and carved “Orchid Chair” is from an exquisite and fully functional series that includes Tulip Chairs and whole bouquets for dining tables. Many styles of fine custom woodworking are available. goldensteinart.com 2. Kuivato Glass Gallery presents “Water-Fire,” a wall-mounted light sculpture measuring 3’h x 4’w x 5”d. Composed of bent glass, dichroic mosaic, steel and light. kuivato.com 3. Exposures International Gallery of Fine Art in Sedona is proud to display Joshua Tobey’s complete collection, including his newest bronze creations “Moonlighter” and “Bellydancer” (   ). 800.526.7668 4. This exquisite necklace is from Mummy’s Bundle collection, available at Turquoise Tortoise Gallery in Sedona. Eight strands of red African white heart beads are embellished with 14 sterling Navajo buttons and three sterling feathers. Priced at $1,135. turquoisetortoisegallery.com


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HANDCRAFTED WITH PASSION, THIS INNOVATIVE COLLECTION OF MUST-HAVES ADDS GLAMOUR TO ANY SPACE.

1. A modern twist on crystal, WAC Lighting’s Cascade pendant, available at Statewide Lighting Scottsdale, is exquisitely dressed with hundreds of miniature faceted crystals utilizing LEDs and low-voltage technology to inspire curiosity and appreciation. statewidelighting.com/shop 2. Hold on tight, sculptor Kevin Caron presents Cyclone, a brass-patinated contemporary sculpture, adding energy to any setting while sitting lightly upon a table or pedestal. kevincaron.com 3. Inspired by Mediterranean beach resorts, the flat top canopy chaise has a beautifully handcrafted iron frame and a romantic, convertible canopy cover with a generous sunbrella cushion. It’s the perfect addition to any landscape, available exclusively at On the Veranda. ontheveranda.net 4. These decorative pillows are impeccably made in Belgian herringbone linen with metallic detail and Java linen and adorned with an ivory arri antler and ram motif by Ankasa. Available at del Adora’s two Scottsdale locations. deladora.com 5. Hans J. Wegner’s classic design, The Shell Chair, is the ultimate in comfort and style. Available in an eye-popping variety of colors and upholstery—featured here in cowhide and walnut. The Shell Chair and other Hans J. Wegner classics are available through Bulthaup Scottsdale. bulthaupaz.com


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4 OLD WORLD ELEGANCE AND SWANKY SIXTIES STYLE CONVERGE IN THIS TREASUREBOX OF MUST-HAVES.

1. Transform any space with fully customized mosaic tile installations like this penny tile floor by Alpentile, specializing in unique and creative tile installations in kitchens, baths, pools and spas. Pricing on project basis. alpentile.com 2. Fashion by Robert Black, the extraordinary vintage clothing and accessories boutique in Scottsdale’s art district, features fashion treasures from the 1920s-1980s.  : Gene Shelly Hong Kong circa 1960. fashionbyrobertblack.com 3. Scottsdale Fine Art offers artwork by national and internationally recognized artists. Offerings include bronze and ceramic sculpture, original oil paintings and pastels. Pricing available upon request. scottsdalefineart.com 4. The Madame Orise Sofa was designed by Marc Desplaines for his company Antoine Proulx. It is available with a pull-out sleeper and occupies a small footprint, so it can easily fit in the home office or den. It measures 82”w x 36”d x 33”h (s.h. 19”) as shown. The sofa is available in several sizes and has matching chairs and ottomans. antoineproulx.com 5. This authentic Louis Vuitton Canvas Steamer trunk circa 1890 features the deep red/white checker Damier color scheme, which is more rare than the light brown/dark brown scheme. vallonedesign.com


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TIMEWORN TREASURES AND COLORFUL GLASS STRIKE A PERFECT BALANCE IN THIS ARRANGEMENT OF MUST-HAVES.

1. Étagère Wall Unit, a classic of the Modern furniture genre, is custom made in southern California, the heart of environmental regulation. Enjoy TV, knowing that you have purchased heirloom-quality furniture that conforms to all regulations of the Sustainable Furnishings Council. contentsinteriors.com 2. Victorian jewelry was laden with symbolism with every flower having a special meaning. This exquisite locket of deeply carved antique elephant ivory speaks in prose, available from C’est La Vie Vintage Boutique. cestlavievintageboutique.com 3. Send Robinson Perry Design Group your antique door panel (or let them find you one) to alter and fit to your door opening by building it into a four sided steel “frame” with attached hinges and finishing it in rust, copper, pewter, silver, old gold or one of many more beautiful finishes. Robinson Perry Design Group can make them as a prehung unit, which will easily sit in the opening. robinsonperrydesign.com 4. A BackYard Boutique is your source for outdoor decor and unique, one-of-a kind indoor vintage items. abackyardboutique.com 5. These flat pitchers are inspired by function and form and designed to interact with light. The flattened form allows for greater color saturation and convenient placement on a narrow shelf or windowsill. The pitchers are excellent accents to a domestic space on their own or in groups. Designed and created by Michael Schunke & Josie Gluck, available at Skyline Gallery. Made of blown glass and 24k gold leaf, measuring 16”h x 8”w x 2.5”d, priced at $650 each. skylinegallerytucson.com


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ART AND JEWELRY, BOTH BRIGHT AND UNEXPECTED, INSPIRE A STRIKING NEW COLLECTION OF MUST-HAVES.

1. One of a kind and custom hand glazed, tiles murals by Tucson artist Carly Quinn are great for indoor and outdoor use. carlyquinndesigns.com 2. Breathtaking! This versatile piece has a triple strand of faceted Labradorite beads finished with a beautiful clasp that can be worn alone or with the 3” long fiery Boulder opal and diamond studded bale, all of 18 kt. yellow gold. Priced at $18,000. marshalls-jewelers.com 3. Capture the beauty of the Arizona desert with a handmade Stone Cactus Water Sculpture. Saguaro, Fence Post and Organ Pipe create the perfect medium for a spectacular water show. stonecactuswaterfalls.com 4. Discover Santa Theresa Tile Works and amaze yourself! These talented artists have been creating unique tile designs for over 25 years—residential and commercial, indoors and out. santatheresatileworks.com 5. This “Shaman” glass and steel sculpture is inspired by petroglyphs etched in the canyons of the Sonoran Desert. By artist Pattie Johnson. Sculptures range in size from 2’ up to 15’. glassillusionsstudio.com


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INDUSTRIAL ELEMENTS Renowned architecture outfit Marmol Radziner has taken its modernist, sustainably minded approach to design and applied it to jewelry. Spare of material and form, the simplicity of the commercial-grade brass and bronze rings, pendants and bracelets—forged in the same studio where the firm’s architectural models and details are made—reflect a purity of style embraced by design principal Ron Radziner. shop.marmol-radziner.com

Furthering the work of its late namesake founder, Donghia continues to push the design envelope with new offerings that are at once innovative yet classic. To wit: the Acadia end table, designed by Joseph Jeup with a glass top and starburst pattern wood shelf; the geometric Forma table, shown here clustered into a larger configuration; and the 12-arm, smoked Murano glass Fontana chandelier. donghia.com

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Susanna Salk knows good design when she sees it. In her latest title, Be Your Own Decorator: Taking Inspiration and Cues from Today’s Top Designers, she presents the design guidelines she’s gleaned from the greats. Color hints from Miles Redd. Fearlessly breaking the rules according to Peter Dunham. And the art of accessorizing as illustrated on the book’s cover by Stephen Shubel, who used multiple mirrors and a light palette to visually add volume to his studio. Go ahead and be inspired. We are. rizzoliusa.com

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SUGAR RUSH With a name like Candy, Studio Roeper’s newly introduced coffee table is definitely all parts sweet. Whipped up using a combination of components, including 83 sheets of silver leaf, a quart of crystal clear epoxy, black lacquer and two sumptuous hides from Edelman Leather, the curvy, eye-catching piece is a departure from the mostly linear offerings of the brand. “The leather on this table dictated the form, as it begged to be stretched around something with a bend,” says company founder and senior craftsman Florian Roeper. “A cylinder was not very compelling to me, so I opted for a teardrop shape. It is powerful and dynamic, yet calm; it’s like a glossy, sweet treat, carefully wrapped and ready to be consumed.” studioroeper.com

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HEAD TURNER Art aficionados and antiques enthusiasts converge in Maastricht, Limburg, every spring for The European Fine Art Fair. Recognized globally for its unparalleled offering of works by the Old Masters, TEFAF rounds out its extensive collection of 13th- to 19th-century pieces with modern paintings, fine jewelry and one-of-a-kind sculpture, such as Manolo Valdés’ Ariela, shown. tefaf.com

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TRAVEL AGENT Informed by the raucous markets, sweeping plains and glittering deserts of Africa, interior designer Suzanne Tucker’s latest textile journal, the Caravan Collection, speaks volumes. A covetable grouping of fabrics that includes a luscious silk jacquard calling out the rich colors of a Moroccan bazaar; whisper-soft herringbone weaves that conjure up the sands of the Sahara; and opulent velvets that suggest the simple beauty found in the crisscrossing lines of an African trade basket, every page of Tucker’s travelogue engages and enthralls. suzannetuckerhome.com

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WATER MARK Presented at High Point’s spring market, Lexington’s Aquarius line consists of over 100 striking case goods and custom upholstered seating pieces, brought to being specifically to serve as interior eye candy. Extravagantly crafted using a laundry list of plush materials, such as faux shagreen, antique mirror, polished stainless steel, colored glass, zebrawood veneers and sleek red lacquer (shown on the Orion chest, which features contrasting polished brass hardware and Art Deco-inspired feet), the handcrafted collection offers a distinct selection of statement-making visual signatures guaranteed to draw the eye and jump-start a conversation. lexington.com

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HAUTE HEELS Just when we thought fashion couldn’t get any more forward, Prada revs up its repertoire and releases its spring 2012 line of fabulously eccentric women’s clothing, accessories and shoes. Like the rest of its fleet, the glossy leather example shown here—though it wears a delicately feminine touch of floral detailing—gives a macho nod to the hot rods of the 1950s with its flame-shaped straps, chrome fin-like heel and playful brake light. Surely the collection’s cool quotient will convince men everywhere that women really do need an obscene amount of shoes. prada.com

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RELAXATION TECHNIQUES Tucson’s award-winning Miraval resort recently introduced its state-of-the-art Life in Balance Spa. Incorporating elements of stone, glass, water and fire that echo the desert landscape, New York interiors firm Clodagh Design and West Coast-based Mithun Architects came together to concept the ideal backdrop for cutting-edge spa treatments and skincare regimens by luxury brand Clarins. miravalresorts.com

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6 DRAGON TALE Don’t let its soft hue fool you; this necklace, featuring a platinum dragon showpiece, tanzanite beads and sparkling diamonds, is anything but mute. Cartier Dragon Motif Necklace, price available upon request; cartier.com

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1 DREAM CATCHER Brett Beldock’s tulip wallcovering elegantly calls to be placed in a subdued setting with its delicate colors and dream-like shapes. Ballet Slipper Tulips-Gray; $12.25 per square foot; brettdesigninc.com

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4 2 JEWEL TONE With sapphires, amethysts and white diamonds, this bracelet presents a circular dash of pastel perfection. Chopard Sapphire and Diamond Bracelet, price available upon request; chopard.com

3 MINT JULEP Jonathan Adler’s daybed— dressed in mint green Stockholm Glacier fabric—softly whispers relaxation. Lampert Lounger, $2,495; jonathanadler.com

BLUSH STROKES Step into summer with this patent leather Mary Jane pump flaunting a contrasting cap toe and Blush Aniline complexion. Capsize, $375; stuartweitzman.com

SUBTLE GLOW Organic shapes and natural colors led to the creation of this table lamp sporting a butter-glazed ceramic body and a pearl dupioni fabric shade. Triple Gourd Lamp, price available upon request; robertabbey.biz

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8 HOLE IN ONE This glass jug by Monika Lubkowska-Jonas, shown in Pale Heather, is both functional and easy on the eyes, and offers a gentle way to introduce restful colors into the home. Milo Jug, $93; lsa-international.com

12 PIECE BY PIECE Sara Baldwin expresses her fascination with the sky in New Ravenna Mosaics’ handcrafted fine art collage of jewel glass. Blue Sky, price available upon request; newravenna.com

11 EYE CANDY See and be seen this season in Bulgari’s fashionably eccentric pink acetate specs embellished with green enamel and white agate. Cocktail Optical Frames, Reference 4052B.5213, $465; bulgari.com

9 DRAMA CLASS Designer Marjorie Skouras injected this lustrous mirror-and-glass table with a shot of baby blue to create its ever-present Old Hollywood glamour allure. Mombo Bunching Table, $1,350; curreyandcompany.com

10 PINK SLIP Britt Albright of HFI Brands designed this rosy seat for Lilly Pulitzer Home; Altizer & Co. fabric dresses the chair and a Lee Jofa textile wraps the accent pillow. Tessa Chair, $2,972; lillypulitzerhome.com

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STUD MUFFIN The pretty-in-pink charm of this satchel gets just the right amount of edge with dazzling aqua-toned stud detailing. Prada Saffiano Lux Bag, $3,990; prada.com


18 SEE THROUGH Illuminate a room with Besa Lighting’s handcrafted opal glass fixture, with shades available in clear or transparent amethyst, olive and brandy palettes. Pahu One Light Pendant with Flat Canopy, priced from $423; wayfair.com

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13 DRESS SHOP A photograph she once saw of Betsey Johnson’s New York bedroom filled with flapper dresses inspired Tracy Kendall to create this scintillating wallpaper with hand-applied sequins. Large Sequins, price available to the trade; tracykendall.com

DOUBLE AGENT Karim Rashid’s glazed ceramics for Bitossi Ceramiche offer a whimsical approach whether you’re in need of a playful paperweight or quirky candlestick. Bitossi Ikon Collection, price available upon request; bitossiceramiche.it/bitossi

16 14 NAIL DOWN Thanks to the non-toxic and solvent-free formula of Scotch Naturals’ nail polish, beauty-conscious women can both look good and feel good. WaterColors Collection, Celtic Mix, $14.99; scotchnaturals.com

15 SUN KISSED CH Carolina Herrera’s sophisticated and chic cap-sleeve dress comes in the perfect shade of pink to make it fun and fresh for summer. Silk Dress, $845; carolinaherrera.com

TAKE A STAND Realized by Wendell Castle’s design team under his guidance, this versatile table can stylize any home with its array of warm wood veneers or cheery lacquer finishes. Muse, price available to the trade; wendellcastlecollection.com

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ONE OF THE MOST SOUGHT AFTER MANICURISTS, DEBORAH LIPPMANN HAS BEEN REVOLUTIONIZING THE NAIL WORLD WITH HER LUXURY POLISHES SATURATED WITH COLOR. LIPPMANNCOLLECTION.COM

+ The line between function and art is often blurred by heralded creator Jaime Hayon. This fresh design approach and his fearless pursuit to create compelling products led Hayon to produce the Tudor chair. Exhibiting finely crafted opulence etched in a modern aesthetic, this piece exudes a glitzy mirror-polished finish and intricately stitched upholstery reminiscent of traditional quilting techniques.

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“This piece is pure jewelry for the home; perfect over an antique wood kitchen table. Lending itself to a modern-rustic feel, we love the material mix.”

COMPANY Emporium Home RETAIL $3,500

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SISTERS DANIELLE AND JODIE SNYDER PUT THEIR CREATIVITY TO THE TEST WHEN DESIGNING THE HANDMADE JEWELRY LINE, DANNIJO, KNOWN FOR BOLD, STATEMENT-MAKING PIECES. DANNIJO.COM


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“I’m enamored of this fabric; it’s so light and airy, yet very French. It reminds me of a garden, filled with sophistication and elegance.”

CELEBRATED STYLIST LINDA RODIN—KNOWN FOR HER ETERNALLY CHIC TASTE—CAPTURES OUR AROMATIC HEARTS WITH THE DEBUT OF HER LATEST SCENT, APTLY NAMED RODIN. OLLIOLUSSO.COM

SUMMER FORECAST COMPANY Designers Guild RETAIL $276 per yard

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+ Designers Guild has been known for exciting fabrics and intriguing wallcovering collections since its inception in the mid1970s, and the Amrapali line is certainly no exception. Remaining true to the brand’s lively repute, the fabric shown here reveals an exquisite floral pattern in a compelling color palette of contemplative blues gently woven through rich jewel tones.

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“These jugs are simple and elegant with just the right touch of color. They’re ideal for holding a single perfect flower.”

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+ Designers Justin Parker and Andi Kovel—the creative forces behind Portland-based glasswork company Esque Studio—are well-versed in the art of sustainability, as is made evident in their lead-free, handblown vessels. The brand’s most iconic offering, shown here in three sizes and colorways, attains its name from the perpetually suspended water droplet that prominently anchors the delicate piece.

TINUES TO CARVE OUT HER NICHE IN THE FASHION WORLD, AS SEEN HERE IN AN OMBRE MAXI DRESS LIGHTING UP THE RUNWAY. CHARLOTTERONSON.COM


+ Cleverly combining a robust frame with slender arms, the Double candleholder perfectly weaves around itself in a whimsical embrace. Finnish designer Mikaela Dörfel found inspiration for the centerpiece in dance, which is manifested through the solid steel and sculptural bodies that charmingly suggest a harmonious and captivating union by two unsuspecting carriers of soft candlelight.

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“I feel like I can see the story behind these figures—enraptured in the moment, longing to never separate. I’m a sucker for a great love story!”

ONE LETTER SAYS IT ALL FOR JEWELRY DESIGNER ALEX WOO; THIS SUMMER, SHE’S INTRODUCING PENDANTS LIKE THE LITTLE ROCK STAR SKULL, SHOWN, TO HER REPERTOIRE. ALEXWOO.COM

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“The duality of materials used in this piece is spectacular. The tangle of earthy wood enveloped by clear acrylic both oppose and complement each other intensely.”

COMPANY Bleu Nature RETAIL price available upon request

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EXHIBITING VIBRANT COLORS AND DREAMY PRINTS, MILLY BY MICHELLE SMITH NEVER FAILS TO EXCITE WITH EACH COLLECTION—THIS SEASON, NEON HUES DOMINATE AGAINST BOLD GEOMETRICS. MILLYNY.COM

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+ Bleu Nature’s latest foray into eco-friendly design combines organic and industrial elements, resulting in splendid pieces composed of seemingly opposing materials. Driftwood is a constant medium for the company, most noticeably in their Nilleq Collection: Using acrylic glass as their accomplice, the free-form trunk finds itself eternally suspended and surrounded in lucidity.


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THE MARK HOTEL

PETAL PUSHER The contemporary elegance materialized by Jacques Grange in his epic revamp of The Mark Hotel is also apparent in the New York landmark’s most recent offering to its guests—a bespoke fleet of bicycles. These sleek transports include signature helmets and baskets apropos for toting an epicurean picnic lunch prepared by The Mark’s highly acclaimed chef, Jean-Georges Vongerichten. themarkhotel.com

LURE GUESTS AWAY FROM THEIR DAILY LIVES BY PROMOTING SERENITY AND COMFORT.

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NATURAL APPEAL The Boulders, situated on 1,300 pristine acres in the Sonoran Desert foothills of Carefree, is a nature enthusiast’s utopia. Set amid vibrant wildflowers, native cacti and a plethora of indigenous wildlife, the resort offers an idyllic backdrop for outdoor activities. The property is also bestowed with two Jay Morrishdesigned golf courses and six highly acclaimed Southwestern-influenced eateries. theboulders.com 130 L U X E I N T E R I O R S

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ENERGY BOOST Elite accommodations beckon guests to luxuriate in the serene retreat that is the Sedona Rouge Hotel & Spa, set within the mystical Red Rock region. The hotel’s décor evokes a regal aesthetic exhibited by the tony guestrooms’ deep red accents and artful collection of globally sourced furnishings. sedonarouge.com

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WHAT ARE THE HOTTEST LUXURY TRAVEL DESTINATIONS FOR SUMMER 2012? Nantucket, Mexico and Hawaii. When the weather warms up, people love to be near the water. Plus, these are very family-friendly destinations, perfect for multi-generational gatherings.

LOUIS VUITTON

ULTIMATE ITINERARY Pioneering luxury in the digital era with the 1997 launch of its corporate web site, Louis Vuitton continues to innovate with the Amble iPhone app, devised to inspire travelers to revel in the fortuitous discoveries, unforeseen encounters and memorable experiences of trips taken. louisvuittonamble.com

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ENCHANTMENT RESORT

HEALING POWER Secluded along the sacred domain of Boynton Canyon, the tranquil Enchantment Resort is home to one of Arizona’s most esteemed spas, Mii amo. Host to a register of restorative therapies implementing botanical extracts, the spa also features the Mii amo Café, where chef Corey Shoemaker prepares innovative seasonal dishes infused with elements from his garden. enchantmentresort.com 132 L U X E I N T E R I O R S

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WHAT IS A MUST-SEE DESTINATION FOR THOSE WANTING TO TRAVEL FARTHER AFIELD? Tuscany, Italy, has been exceedingly popular. It offers opportunities to explore, learn and share, as well as relax. WHAT ARE YOUR TOP FIVE TRAVEL ESSENTIALS? My iPad for watching movies, a tennis racquet, Ray-Ban polarized aviator sunglasses, a Dakine Burnside backpack for quick day trips and my family—it’s not a vacation without my wife and our three kids! IF YOU COULD TRAVEL OR STAY ANYWHERE IN THE WORLD, WHERE WOULD YOU GO? One of my all-time favorite destinations is the new Inspirato residence in Punta de Mita, Mexico. The luxurious abode is situated right on the ocean, and features a private chef and an expansive outdoor living space. Plus, it’s just a 30-minute drive from Puerto Vallarta, which is always a fun outing.

HENRI BENDEL PHOTOS: COURTESY HENRI BENDEL. ENCHANTMENT RESORT PHOTO: COURTESY ENCHANTMENT RESORT. AMBLE APP PHOTO: COURTESY LOUIS VUITTON.

Renowned for the stateside introduction of Coco Chanel’s acclaimed designs and for staging the first fashion show in New York, Henri Bendel was a true retail icon. The visionary entrepreneur’s eponymous empire has prevailed as a celebrated destination for luxury indulgences over a century after its inception, and the brand’s signature handbags and travel accessories, such as the featured Disturbed Stripe Hatbox Wheelie, are essentials for globe-trotting fashionistas in the know. henribendel.com


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Beginning with a boutique on the Isle of Capri in the late 1950s, Emilio Pucci drew from his aristocratic heritage to create a couture line that today remains a most-wanted brand. With the application of vivid hues and striking prints, Pucci completely revolutionized the concept of resort clothing. From playful, intricately fabricated footwear to effortlessly stylish, ready-to-wear dresses, the Italian label conjures uncomplicated glamour, such as the featured document holder, which reflects the celebrated label’s distinctive style with dazzling shades in a kaleidoscope of patterns. emiliopucci.com

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COLOR CODED Upon designing The Saguaro, New York-based architects Peter Stamberg and Paul Aferiat exercised a refreshing and bold palette of colors akin to the radiant hues seen in native wildflowers. This dazzling Scottsdale property boasts dual swimming pools lined with sumptuous cabanas and The Saguaro Spa, which offers a sublime array of tapas or “mini treatments,” such as the alluring chili ginger therapeutic massage. jdvhotels.com/hotels/arizona/saguaro 134 L U X E I N T E R I O R S

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WATERSHED For this resort’s recent lobby revamp, Salt Lake City-based FFKR Architects employed a rich canvas of desert tones to emulate the all-suite hotel’s scenic vistas. The Phoenix property also features a four-acre aquatic playground that delivers the ultimate luxurious getaway. squawpeakhilton.com

EMILIO PUCCI DOCUMENT HOLDER PHOTO: COURTESY EMILIO PUCCI. POINTE HILTON SQUAW PEAK RESORT PHOTO: COURTESY POINTE HILTON SQUAW PEAK RESORT. THE SAGUARO PHOTO: COURTESY THE SAGUARO.

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Intricately carved pieces crafted from Indonesian teak are the hallmark of furniture designer and manufacturer Jason Scott, shown here in his Phoenix showroom. Opposite: The natural beauty of Java was the inspiration for Scott’s namesake collection; he now has three workshops located throughout the area.

PORTRAIT: DAN DELANEY. OPPOSITE: MERIJN VAN DER VLIET. TOP RIGHT: MICHAEL WOODALL.

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“I’m someone who takes chances and just goes for it,” says furniture designer Jason Scott, whose instincts paid off while backpacking through Bali. “I saw two men unloading a truck filled with furniture and told my guide that I wanted to be taken to where it came from,” says Phoenix-based Scott, who found himself—two ferry boats, three islands and two days later—in an

Hand-carved moldings fashion the substantial legs of Scott’s Sacred Heart dining table; the teak top is accented with brass nailheads blackened to an antique patina.

antiques-laden village on an isle off Java. Scott, who had developed a passion for the “beefy scale” of Indonesian furnishings, began buying pieces to sell in the States, transitioned to fixing broken ones, and, finally, to designing his own. Now, the Jason Scott Collection is handcrafted by 200 workers on that same island and sold through retailers from California to Texas. The furniture—made with teak reclaimed from old houses and sugar factories throughout Indonesia—retains the heft that Scott was first drawn to, along with a mix of Spanish, Mexican and Italian influences. “I don’t consider time or cost when designing,” says Scott. “Something beautiful and extraordinary must not have limitations.” jasonscottcollection.com; 602.442.0860

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JASON SCOTT Work approach: I have to love everything I design enough to put it in my own house.

Dream collaboration: I’ve always wanted to work with Jamie Daugaard from Centre Sky Architecture, and that wish has recently been put into motion—he’s designing my house. Inside and out it will be a complete Jason Scott home; I’ve been collecting material for this for over 10 years.

Favorite restaurant: Bali’s Mozaic restaurant offers amazing French cuisine mixed with Balinese flavors. My brother-in-law, Chris Salans, happens to be the owner and chef.

Picasso or van Gogh? Neither. I’m all about Salvador Dalí. His creativity, imagination and talent really make my mind go to another place.

Favorite decorating sources: There’s a huge iron scrap yard in Java that is so great. I get a police escort when I go there because the sellers get so intense that I can’t move. There’s also an incredible Arabic market in Surabaya that has a lot of gems. LUXE INTERIORS

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Co-owners Linda Criswell, right, and Alicia Flatin cull sources from all over the world to create the diverse offerings found at their Scottsdale furniture and accessories shop, Bungalow. Opposite: A glamorous vignette by designer Jeff Lewis, someone who Flatin would like to invite to dinner.


One could call Linda Criswell and Alicia Flatin decorators. After all, their beloved furniture and accessories store, Bungalow, is known as a The travel spray version of By Kilian’s Cruel Intentions perfume is one must-have item that Flatin would never leave behind.

go-to source for some of the most fashionable homes in Scottsdale. “We’re ultimately stylists,” says Flatin. “What Rachel Zoe does for clothing, we do for someone’s house.” The shop definitely has a formula, admits Criswell, but it’s a multi-layered approach geared toward individual tastes. “If you have your house furnished here and then refer us to your next-door neighbor,” adds Flatin, “you won’t end up with the same space.” In fact, when these two tastemakers are finished applying the final layer, it looks like the client has been collecting pieces for years. So how do they stay on top of it all after 10 years? “Our style gets better and better with age,” Flatin says of Bungalow’s unique mix, which now includes lifestyle-related pieces such as jewelry, and casual footwear and accessories. “We don’t follow the trends,” she continues. “It feels like we start them.” bungalowaz.com; 480.948.5409

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LINDA CRISWELL & ALICIA FLATIN I love what I do because… LC: I get excited when clients tell me how happy it makes them to come home to their newly finished space.

Dream dinner party guests: AF: Jeff Lewis, Ralph Lauren, Ryan Seacrest, Anderson Cooper, Steven Tyler, and Tommy Lee.

Design icon: LC: I really admire Martyn Lawrence Bullard’s point of view. His aesthetic leans a little toward a mix of Indian and bohemian, which is just like mine.

I always carry… AF: My iPhone, iPad, By Kilian’s Cruel Intentions travel fragrance spray, a great pair of earrings, Chanel aviator sunglasses and lip gloss…lots of lip gloss!

What’s inspiring you now? LC: I am loving the exotic desert look: vintage Mexican pieces, African textiles and baskets, and anything Moroccan. LUXE INTERIORS

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Tucson artist Otto Rigan stands next to a few examples of his large-scale sculptures: Coming of Age to the left and an unfinished stone piece, Fluted Marker, to the right. Opposite: Natural cleft limestone and glass join together for this large wall installation that Rigan crafted for a private residence.

PORTRAIT: TIM FULLER. OPPOSITE: OTTO RIGAN.

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“I feel at home in the desert,” says Tucson-based sculptor Otto Rigan. Not surprisingly, for that very reason, Rigan’s dynamic creations retain an earthy quality; the balance of dense limestone and fluid glass is what elevates nature into art and allows each piece to look as if it is part of

Rigan developed these glass and mirror test castings to be used for an upcoming project in Singapore; their multi-dimensional look gives off a jewel-like effect.

the Arizona terrain. Although trained as a figurative painter, Rigan’s passion for architecture and thorough knowledge of glass (he wrote a book on the subject) prepped him for the day in his thirties when it all came together. “I was swimming laps, and in one moment everything changed,” he says. “I began to see the guideline on the bottom of the pool as a stack of granite blocks: a tall, thin column with blue-green plaster. I thought, ‘What if it really was a column but with glass used instead of liquid?’ ” Today, Rigan has created hundreds of stand-alone pieces as well as numerous landscape designs and wall installations. “Stone can be realized in so many different ways,” he says. “Whether you’re in Yosemite or Manhattan, it’s timeless.” ottoriganstudio.com; 520.432.1113

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OTTO RIGAN I got started… At 11 years old, I determined that I was an artist. At 15, I’d catch a 3:30 a.m. Greyhound for a four-hour trip to Oakland’s California College of the Arts to study figure drawing. This is all I ever wanted to do.

Current project: A collaboration with young and upcoming architect Bobby Cheng to create a high-end storefront in Singapore. For the façade of the building, I shaped honey-colored mirror and cast-glass modules in various geometric patterns that are reminiscent of gems.

Personal style: Since I am first-generation Austrian, I’m a precisionist by default; because I use light, I must be an optimist; and since I am enamored of indigenous cultural artifacts as well as midcentury and modern works, I must be an eclecticist.

Dream dinner party guest: I’d give anything to have a one-on-one conversation with Albert Einstein. He was more than an abstract mind; he was a humanitarian. LUXE INTERIORS

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OPEN CALLS Just like an occasional argument is necessary to strengthen a relationship by creating a situation where compromise can flourish, the same is true with design. This elegant kitchen in Seattle is the perfect example of how two varying viewpoints can result in a unified vision that transcends both of the original ideas. Architects Amy Janof and Helen Hald served as mediators for a husband and wife who were after an “industrial look” and a “warm, feminine aesthetic,” respectively. “We worked very closely with them,” says Janof. “They weren’t in total agreement at the beginning of the project, but we were able to meld together what they both wanted—an industrial, raw ceiling and black-paned windows for the husband and a pretty Ochre chandelier and beautiful Calacatta marble countertops for the wife.” The result is a space at the heart of the home’s open floor plan that combines sleek, modern design with retro sensibilities to great effect.

“The kitchen was designed by thinking about how it was going to be used and how each activity was going to look while it was going on.”

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1 FRENCH KISS Award-winning blogger Béatrice Peltre moves her culinary creations off the web and onto bookshelves. La Tartine Gourmande, $35; roostbooks.com

6 PINKY UP Anthropologie puts a fun spin on traditional lighting with this sweet chandelier. Tea Time Chandelier, $1,800; anthropologie.com

5 BOWLED OVER Lesley Anton’s handmade ice cream bowls pair matteglazed porcelain in soft hues with an edgy machine-carved lip. Machine Bowls in Minty Matte, Frost and Celedon, $36; lesleyanton.com

2 TO A TEA The quirky silhouette of this teakettle from Hering Berlin makes it a great conversation piece. 403_010_00, price available upon request; heringberlin.com

4 PETAL PRINCIPLES This floral arrangement from Diane James is refreshing with its bright orange and yellow blooms. Happy Poppy Bouquet, $365; dianejames.com

3 À LA CART Designed by John Boos, this butcher-block cart is an ideal solution for kitchens short on counter space and storage. Boos End-Grain Butcher Block Culinary Cart, $2,099; williams-sonoma.com


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7 FRESH SQUEEZED This gadget by Omega may be compact, but it packs quite the nutritional punch with its low-speed juicing system that preserves healthy enzymes during extraction. Vert VRT350 Juicer, $380; omegajuicers.com

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Bring something new to the table with the curvaceous design of this oil-and-vinegar set. Menu Pipette Glass with Tray, price available upon request; creativedanes.com

IN PRINT This perky pattern from Galbraith & Paul, printed on white linen, is specially suited to add a little whimsical charm to warm, wooden spaces. Tangerine Spring Garden, $130 per yard; galbraithandpaul.com

11 WHALE OF A TIME Designed by David Mayhew, the playful and unexpected silhouette of this bamboo tong brings a sense of humor to salad. Whale Tong, $25; designhousestockholm.com

10 9 PALETTE PLEASER The sunny interior hue of this stoneware from CB2 makes a bold statement when paired with its matte gray-brown exterior. Grass Roots Dinnerware, priced from $4; cb2.com

NEW CLASSIC A reproduction of a classic draftsman’s stool brings a dose of industrial flair to the kitchen. Vintage Toledo Barstool in Polished Chrome, $315; restorationhardware.com


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POINT OF VIEW IT WAS TRUE, FOR A LONG TIME, THAT THE ONLY WATER VIEWS YOU GOT WHILE IN THE BATHROOM WERE WHEN THE TUB WAS FULL. TODAY, HOWEVER, LARGER LAYOUTS AND OPENING UP THE SPACE TO THE OUTDOORS ESTABLISH A SPECIAL COMMUNION WITH THE OUTSIDE WORLD.

ON LOCATION Though the homeowners of a newly constructed modern gem could have chosen to build their family retreat anywhere, they chose Montauk, New York, with its unpredictable weather but gorgeous landscape. In fact, their love of the sleepy, seaside town is such that it became the basis for everything architect Paul Masi incorporated into his ambitious design. No place in the home, though, is a better homage to the location than the master bathroom—with its sliding pocket doors that open to a deck with stunning water views on one end of the room and an outdoor shower that encourages moonlight reverie on the other. “Everything we did was in an effort to pick up on cues they loved so much about the area,” explains Masi. “The colors we used are ones that show up on the beach here; we even steamed the floor and spent a lot of time developing a salt solution to patina the ceiling to get it the perfect color of driftwood.”

“Homeowners should create a hierarchy of how they want to live and what’s most important to them and distill it all into simple, strong ideas.” Paul Masi, Bates Masi Architects LLC Sag Harbor, NY


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1 MAGIC POTION The soothing formula of this lavender hand cream heals chapped hands while its packaging brings pretty design to the bath. Panier Des Sens Relaxing Lavender Hand Cream, $15; gracioushome.com

6 ABOUT FACE The large face of this elegant showerhead from Kohler delivers a unique spray experience while its chrome good looks provide distinctive aesthetics. Traditional 12� Round Rain Showerhead, $746; us.kohler.com

2 OFF COLOR A sampling from Eileen Kathryn Boyd’s exclusive fabric collection for Duralee. 15399-618, 15370-159, 15372-204 and 15369-588, price available upon request; duralee.com

5 REAL STEEL From the archives of legendary designer Verner Panton, this stainless-steel tray was recently reissued by Georg Jensen and makes a powerful statement in any room. Panton Tray, Small, $125; georgjensen.com

4 LIDDED INTEREST

3 TABLED DISCUSSION This little iron table with a distressed, hammered finish is perfect for providing a bit of sculptural interest to the bath and for displaying soaps or freshly cut flowers. Gazelle Side Table, $1,200; dwellstudio.com

Using the traditional handweaving techniques of the women in Thies, Senegal, this multipurpose basket is made from recycled plastic and cattails, and is offered in an array of colors. Graphic Lidded Basket, $149; westelm.com


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12 7 REFLECTIVE MEASURES An inspired take on the popular sunburst mirror, this gorgeous accent piece dazzles. Quoizel Contemporary Mirror 39” Gold Finish, $525; gracioushome.com

FULL LATHER Jojoba oil, honey and a pleasing eucalyptus scent team up for a soap that is great for the skin and the spirits. Eucalyptus Bar Soap, $13; thymes.com

The gently winding pattern of this handsome lavender mosaic from New Ravenna provides an illusion of movement in smaller spaces. Jacqueline Vine, price available upon request; newravenna.com

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8 SITTING PRETTY Designed by Ilmari Tapiovaara in 1953, this birch stool’s crisp and functional design remains relevant even today. Tale Stool, $995; hivemodern.com

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This crafty catchall from Hering Berlin works well as a place to house errant earrings or rings with flourish. 526_010_00, price available upon request; heringberlin.com

10 PAIR OFF From Waterworks, the company’s Larsen console and lavatory pair beautifully for a Zen look. Larsen Wood Four Leg Single Console and Larsen Rectangular Deck Mounted Porcelain Lavatory, price available upon request; waterworks.com


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Top from left: Katai Panel, from the Orientale Collection, Sicis, price available upon request, sicis.com; Tracks, shown in Lawn and Milk, from the Flora + Fauna Collection, Popham Design, $25 per square foot, pophamdesign.com; Baia Stone, shown in Negro, Porcelanosa, price available upon request, porcelanosa-usa.com; Bottom from left: Benetti MOSStile, shown in Menta, Opustone Natural Stone Distributors, price available upon request, opustone.com; Athena, from the Pantheon Collection, Ceramiche d’Arte Il Monile, price available upon request, ilmonileportfolio.net; C-Curve, shown in Bronze, from the Topography Series, Dunis Studios, $43.20 per square foot, dunisstudios.com; Opposite from left: Impala Black, from the Natura Collection, Antolini Luigi & C., price available upon request, antoliniusa.com; Dedalus, shown in Madreperla, from the Madreperla Collection by Pachamama, Priante Pelleitaliana SRL, price available upon request, pacha-mama.net


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Top from left: Batons, shown in Karmel, from the Specialty Tile Collection, BonTon Designs, priced from $75 per square foot, bontondesigns.com; Mediterraneo, shown in Capri Bianco/Blu, Cedir, price available upon request, cedir.it; Bottom from left: Metrix Stick Liner, from the Waterworks Studio Metrix Collection, $5 per piece, waterworks.com; Fan, shown in Oriental Red, Oxford, Gray & White, from the Shapes Series, Tabarka Studio, price available upon request, tabarkastudio.com; Opposite from left: Hindi Azzurro, from the Gold Collection, Cotto Veneto, price available upon request, cottovenetogroup.it; Red Infinity, shown in Red, from the Emphasis Collection, Dune through Fractured Earth Tile & Stone, price available to the trade, fracturedearth.com, dune.es; Rings, shown in Colorway 3, from the Kibak Fundamentals Collection, by Susanne Kibak Redfield for Kibak Tile, price available to the trade, kibaktile.com


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Top from left: Studio Glass, shown in Autumn, from the Studio Glass Collection, Voguebay, price available upon request, voguebay.com; HR612 M CafĂŠ Blend, from the Horizon Intermix Collection, Hakatai Enterprises, Inc., $17.14 per sheet, hakatai.com; Star Cross, shown in Oak, from the Antique Collection, Granada Tile, $5.71 per tile, granadatile.com; Middle from left: Subway Bronzite Mirage, from the Subway Collection, Trend USA Ltd., price available upon request, trend-group.com; Kimbler, from the Galactic Series, Silestone through Cosentino, priced from $54 per square foot, silestoneusa.com; Quartzite, from the Slate Collection, SDA Decoration, price available upon request, sda-decoration.com; Bottom from left: AnTeak, shown in Hexagon Oolong Blend, Walker Zanger, price available upon request, walkerzanger.com; Titan, shown in Orange 655, from the Moon Series Collection, Agape Tile through Vidrepur of America, price available upon request, agapetile.com; Seismic Polished Mosaic, Artistic Tile, $50 per square foot, artistictile.com; Opposite from left: Ceiling Panel Deco Medallion, from the Ceiling Collection, Hearst Castle Collection by Tilevera, $46.75 per tile, hearstcastlecollection.tilevera.com; Linwood Whimsical, shown in Claret Glaze, from the Timeless Beauty Collection, Allan Nairn for Rookwood Pottery, price available upon request, rookwood.com


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by his death in the mid ’50s, Joesler had designed hundreds of buildings in the scenic desert town, most under the aegis of Murphey. Today, theirs are hallowed names in these parts. The duo’s masterpiece, most locals agree, remains Catalina Foothills Estates near Sabino Canyon, a 7,000-acre tract that was intended to lure well-heeled Northerners seeking warm-weather second homes. Their formula’s success continues to this day, as evidenced by the couple who bought this Joesler-designed property as a vacation

STYLE SELECTION This stunning handblown crystal vessel by Caleb Siemon was crafted using a linear engraving process that adds depth and luminosity. Inciso Bronze/Tea Uvase, $2,200; calebsiemon.com

getaway. Both fashion executives, the couple fell in love with the architect’s signature amalgamation of genres—primarily Spanish colonial revival, but with accents of Pueblo, Italianate and Deco, among others—which suited their divergent predilections: One is a traditionalist, the other a modernist. INTERIOR DESIGN Scott Sanders, Scott Sanders LLC HOME BUILDER John Woodin, Woodin Construction Company, Inc. KITCHEN DESIGN Katrina L. Mullinax, CKD, Homeworks Cabinetry + Design LANDSCAPE DESIGN Genevieve K. Rothkopf, Rothkopf Landscape Studio BEDROOMS 3

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WA R M W E L C O M E A kiva fireplace warms the home’s Arizona room, which designer Scott Sanders divided into distinct yet interconnected sections that include this foyer-like space. A custom iron lantern by Paul Ferrante in New York casts a glow over a walnut table from Démiurge. C O N T I N U E D F R O M P A G E 193

The home, built in 1935 for novelist Walt Coburn, was in good condition but needed a little freshening up, says the traditionalist partner. “It was more about peeling off the outer layers” of successive renovations, he explains. “We were fortunate that the original beauty underneath was still intact.” They were also fortunate to be in the good hands of an excellent design team that included New York-based designer Scott Sanders, an old friend, and builder John Woodin, whose experience restoring many 194 L U X E I N T E R I O R S

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HOT SEAT The Arizona room commands garden views that can be enjoyed from handwoven rope furniture by John Himmel Decorative Arts, purchased at John Roselli & Associates and covered in ginger-hued stonewashed linen from Lee Jofa. A custom kilim wool rug from Sacco Carpet grounds the arrangement.


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historic properties in Tucson proved invaluable in the house, where all the walls are 16-inch-thick adobe rather than wood frame and Sheetrock. “You don’t see internal adobe walls anymore,” says Woodin. “These types of techniques are starting to be forgotten.” Woodin restored the home’s intricately carved doors, sandblasted ceiling beams harvested from the surrounding Santa Catalina Mountains, and uncovered details such as a painted-over tile mural in the breakfast area. He also converted the old master bathroom into a walk-in closet and then co-opted about 30 feet of a 70-foot porch to create a more luxurious bath. The small kitchen was gutted and a drop ceiling removed to expose pitched wood beams. Kitchen designer Katrina L. Mullinax moved a refrigerator to the vestibule of the adjacent cellar steps, freeing up

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GARDEN ACCESS Set against dynamic garden views, the breakfast area showcases the silhouette of an early 20th-century French vendange table purchased at The Yellow Monkey in Cross River, New York. A clay tile floor imparts a rustic character.


TUSCAN SUN The Tuscanny chandelier by Paul Ferrante presides over meals served on an antique dining table with a trestle base and a top cobbled from a 150-year-old piece of wood. Chairs are upholstered in Rogers & Goffigon Aurora linen; the geometric console is from Dos Gallos in Los Angeles.


SAINTED STYLE Developer John Murphey’s wife, Helen, was fond of tiled wall shrines from Mexico. The design team discovered this one of San Pasqual, patron saint of kitchens, under multiple coats of paint. It graces a wall of the breakfast area, where a custom wingback settee joins chairs from the 19th century.


WHITE OUT Kitchen designer Katrina L. Mullinax installed the room’s custom Crestwood cabinetry and designed a hood whose shape echoes the home’s fireplaces. Honed marble forms the countertops, while the backsplash is made up of Ken Mason’s Cal Rough tiles from Artesana Tile. Holophane pendants hang overhead.

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more room. She then created custom cabinetry and installed an island. Additionally, says Mullinax, “White made the space feel so much larger.” For the rest of the home, the clients asked Sanders to create a sense of “approachable luxury.” Furniture and fabrics “had to relate to the architecture, but they did not necessarily need to be what would have originally been found in the home,” says Sanders. “We mixed antiques with fresh pieces—many made to look aged—as well as used old wood to make new furnishings.” The designer balanced the owners’ tastes, he says, “by mixing transitional and clean-lined traditional furnishings and keeping the palette very neutral with small amounts of color.”

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LEVEL FIELD The backyard is a composition in levels of views and materials: Mountain panoramas rise above a vine-covered wall that then descends to a rock fountain and, eventually, the pool. Landscape designer Genevieve K. Rothkopf gave the space a tropical feel with plants transplanted from the front.

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This careful use of color can first be seen in the home’s cozy Arizona room, where comfortable furnishings provide relaxed seating in a ginger hue. Red shades continue with cayenne-tinted draperies in the dining room and custom accent pillows on the breakfast area banquette. The master bedroom remains a soothing neutral retreat. Outside, landscape designer Genevieve K. Rothkopf resolved the problem of the front door. “It was enclosed by a courtyard, so as you drove up, it wasn’t clear which way you should go to get in,” recalls Rothkopf, who opened up the courtyard by creating a dramatically wide walkway.

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FIRE WALL Resting poolside and gazing over a raised bed of flowers are two armless chaises from David Sutherland paired with a side table from Walters Wicker. A grouping of Balou open-weave furniture from Janus et Cie draws closer to the fireplace for cool desert nights.


DESERT DREAMING Rich textures in the master bedroom include linen from Rose Tarlow Melrose House on a custom settee by Doreen Interiors in New York, Lee Jofa angora mohair on the base of a Cosmo bed from Cisco Brothers, draperies in Cowtan & Tout linen and a silk-wool rug.


CALMING OASIS From their elegant Cheviot slipper tub, the homeowners can view the front garden, where Rothkopf cleaned up the overgrowth to showcase the desert flora, including pines, cacti and agave. The acacia wood stool is from Tucker Robbins; the limestone-tiled flooring from Fractured Earth Tile & Stone.

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She also cut down and salvaged about 30 pine trees that obscured mountain views and moved tropical plants—palms, citrus and Australian bottle trees—from the front to the back, replacing them with more site-appropriate agaves, saguaros and ocotillos. In the end, the historic home in the desert received a stunning renovation that merges today’s comforts with the beauty of the past, and perhaps no one would be prouder with the results than the team of Joesler and Murphey. L

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chance to bask tranquilly in the Arizona sun without worrying about a yard to mow or what dog paws might do to the sofa. “We wanted a nice conversation piece,” Linda explains, “but also someplace to relax in at night and just watch television.” Enter interior designer Claire Ownby. Specializing in modern minimalist aesthetics, Ownby conceived a whole-house styling for the owners, who brought none of their own furniture or objects along with them. “We left everything behind to achieve an entirely new look,” Linda says. The result: a renovation completed before move-in that takes its inspiration from the elements—the muted tones of the desert landscape, the inviting serenity of water and the warmth of a fireplace, all tied together with clean lines and textured materials. “David was drawn to the minimal and modern, while Linda was a little fonder of the casual and comfortable,” Ownby remembers. “That was the fusion we had to balance.” INTERIOR DESIGN Claire Ownby, Ownby Design HOME BUILDER John Schultz, Schultz Development Corp. LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE Paul Vecchia, Neill-Vecchia and Associates, Inc. BEDROOMS 3

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DIVIDE AND CONQUER The floor-to-ceiling wall clad in split-faced Marbella shellstone from Monterrey Tile acts as a divider between the living and family rooms. A mirror placed behind an espresso maple console adds dimension, while Arteriors Home’s mercury glass lamp creates interest. C O N T I N U E D F R O M P A G E 205

Builder John Schultz, a friend of the Langes for the past 25 years, helped oversee the home’s transformation. “It was very dramatic,” Schultz recalls. “We stripped it back to the drywall, moved quite a few walls and pretty much started with a whole new house.” Open spaces that slowly unfold onto each other now replace the home’s previously separate living areas. Then, after adding new glulam beams in the ceiling for column-free support, a massive sliding glass wall was constructed. The glass wall opens onto outdoor seating centered on a combination water fountain and fire display by landscape designer Paul Vecchia. “The backyard is north-exposed, which we really relish in the desert,” Vecchia explains. “It allows for a palette of tropical plants, more lush like Southern California, less like the xeriscape we do a lot of here in the desert.”

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WARMING UP A Thermador range and Gaggenau hood seamlessly integrate into the kitchen’s rift-cut oak cabinetry from Rysso-Peters. The light hue of the Ann Sacks glass-tiled backsplash offsets the richness of the table. A custom amber and seeded glass fixture from 2nd Ave. Lighting incorporates additional warmth.


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Inside, Ownby created a series of small backlit alcoves in the living room wall that surround the television, not only to display art and objects, but also to de-emphasize the screen and highlight a sense of togetherness with the furnishings, which include a cluster of creamtoned sofas and custom-designed reclining club chairs. A striped wool rug on the limestone floor grounds the setting, while a two-sided floor-to-ceiling fireplace clad in Marbella shellstone (a natural stone infused with ancient coral) separates the space from the adjacent family room. Steps away, in the nearby kitchen, a slab of claro walnut veneer is suspended between two islands crafted from brush-finished blue limestone to create a dining table with six upholstered chairs. For the private spaces, both the master bedroom and the ample guest room, Ownby incorporated textured wallpapers—woven fiber and silk in the former, a natural woven grass cloth in the latter—to add warmth

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F I V E - S TA R S L E E P OV E R Artwork by Loren Yagoda, purchased at Costello-Childs Contemporary, features abstract circular shapes that echo the guest room pillows. A chenille throw and Phillip Jeffries grass-cloth wallpaper offer contrasting textures, along with a tufted headboard and Kravet’s viscose rug.


PUZZLE PLAY The powder room’s Maya Romanoff wallcovering, purchased from John Brooks and installed by Reeves PaperHanging, joins geometric honed-limestone wall tiling from Craftsman Court Ceramics. A trio of lava stone spheres from Restoration Hardware, placed on the floating blue limestone vanity fabricated by Bell Stone, evokes the rocky landscape outside.


MAXIMUM EXPOSURE In the master bedroom, a charcoal-toned tufted headboard and Zimmer + Rohde’s polyester drapery panels with raised chenille detail create visual complexity. The muted tones of Donghia’s Hemp wallpaper and a wool-silk carpet from Azadi Fine Rugs contrast with the darkly stained exposed-grain oak floors.


IN LINE A wall-to-wall vanity mirror from Stravitz Glass follows the line of the master bathroom’s clerestory windows. Rift-cut oak cabinetry with blue limestone counters continues the home’s principal surfaces, while clear and frosted glass pendants shine over a pair of Decolav sinks with polished-chrome faucets from Clyde Hardware.

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to the spaces. Creative lighting, such as Mason jar amber glass pendants in the powder room, combines with exposed-grain oak flooring to foster a casual elegance. Above the his-and-hers vanities in the master bath, Ownby installed long clerestory windows “to allow the natural light to flood in while maintaining complete privacy,” says the designer, who along with Schultz, reconfigured the entire master suite. “The minute we bought the house, Claire made the project so easy,” says the satisfied lady of the house. “She just came up with fabulous ideas and really pulled it all together. I think of it as a timeless, classic house—something we can live with for a very long time.” L

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WHEN A ONCE COMPETITIVE COWBOY DECIDED TO TRADE IN HIS ROPES FOR A SET OF CLUBS, HE AND HIS FAMILY PURCHASED THIS STUNNING VACATION RESIDENCE IN SCOTTSDALE ’ S PRESTIGIOUS DC RANCH GOLF COMMUNITY .

Upon making the decision to renovate the home almost five years later, they called on interior designer Holly Ogden, who had become acquainted with the family when she fashioned the interiors of their primary residence on a large farm in Oregon. With a goal to spend Thanksgiving in their newly appointed retreat, the owners gave her four months to complete the job—and Ogden was definitely up to the challenge. “They had decided it was time to give the home some love,” Ogden says. Originally constructed by the design/build team at Calvis Wyant, the stucco and stone house—built in the style of a ranch hacienda—nearly disappears into its surrounding desert landscape. Facing east toward the McDowell Mountain range, the house is set in the glow of the intense desert sun, yet the interiors remained heavy and dated. “This is a residence that is saturated with natural light 360 days a year,” INTERIOR DESIGN Holly Ogden, Wiseman & Gale Interiors HOME BUILDER Andrew Werner, Cimarron Ridge Construction BEDROOMS 4

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LIGHTEN UP In lieu of a heavy sofa, interior designer Holly Ogden varied the comfortable seating in the living room, placing blue wingback chairs, Lee Industries patterned loungers and Hickory Chair’s splayed-arm bench around a large wood coffee table. The abaca rug from The Floor Collection provides neutral ground.


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Ogden says. “So it was a shame that it was so dark. The goal was to make it brighter and more youthful, sophisticated but laid-back for a young family of four.” Once she had the green light and a fixed deadline, Ogden assembled her team, which included general contractor Andrew Werner, and mapped out the significant phases of the job, ultimately completing the renovation on time. “We wanted it to look as though it was originally built this way, that it not look remodeled,” says Werner. “Holly has a great understanding of construction, and having a good team made a lot of difference.” LUXE INTERIORS

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MIXED FRUIT A Paul Ferrante chandelier overlooks the dining room’s citrus green chairs purchased at John Brooks, which feature Keleen leather seats and textured backs in Pierre Frey fabric. The arched wall niche holds an antique cabinet, open to showcase Still Life With Cherries, by Russian artist Polina Kuznetsova. C O N T I N U E D F R O M P A G E 215

Among the substantial modifications were replacing most of the home’s original travertine stone flooring with 8-inch hickory boards, gutting the powder room, and updating the kitchen with whitewashed cabinetry and new backsplash tiles and appliances. The team also simplified much of the home’s ornately detailed ironwork, including the front door’s Mexican-style grille, which Ogden removed to admit more light and allow for a cleaner look. Dark wall surfaces, some finished with Venetian plaster, were repainted in a custom-formulated parchment color that, together with comfortable furnishings and splashes of blue, orange and green, “brought the interiors to life,” Ogden says.

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PAINT JOB Ogden repainted the kitchen cabinets in soft cream to lighten up the space. A backsplash of Tabarka tiles from Craftsman Court Ceramics, a black-painted island and rattan bar chairs add a warm, organic ambiance juxtaposed with Arteriors Home’s industrial pendants.


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Working closely with the owners, Ogden channeled both their whimsical sensibilities and taste for old-world relics. To this end, the designer added flourishes of color, as seen in artist Lisa Neimeth’s custom ceramic plates displayed in the double-height living room’s built-in bookshelves. She also accessorized the room with unique artwork and one-of-a-kind antiques that include an old grain storage vessel from Africa. An antique French work table was put into the den and X-ray photographs of flora into the master bedroom. To add warmth, Ogden chose grass-cloth wallcoverings and translucent draperies made from Mexican cloth. Antique and organic rugs complement the cheerful palette. Along the way, Ogden accommodated specific requests, such as a desire to find a place for a large antique cabinet on wheels—in the renovated powder room—and a necessity for a playful space where the owners’ two

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E A SY R I D E R The cozy den possesses a rustic flair suitable for a retired cowboy, thanks to a custom ottoman covered in cowhide and colorful armchairs that evoke a Mexican hacienda. Black-and-white ink prints by Hugo Guinness pop against the caramel grass-cloth wall.


THE NATURAL The Southwest-style stucco and stacked-stone ranch house built by Calvis Wyant sits in a natural tableau of vegetation indigenous to the Sonoran Desert, including mesquite and Palo Verde trees, several varieties of sagebrush and the ubiquitous saguaro cactus.


FEMININE MYSTIQUE Decorative touches the likes of a soft green tufted bench and an antique Oushak rug lend a subtle femininity to the master bedroom, which may be the reason the wife calls this room her favorite part of the house. X-ray photographs of a tulip and a hibiscus bud by Steven N. Meyers flank the iron canopy bed.


IN FLIGHT An intricately detailed iron sculpture by Joe Walters, purchased at CostelloChilds Contemporary, depicts a pair of birds fluttering near their nests. Ogden hung the piece, which appears suspended in air, in an arched niche just outside the master bedroom.

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young daughters could work on their art. The finished “art room” features an easel and a menagerie of fabricated animal heads adorning the wall. Ultimately, Ogden’s work proved so successful that her clients say they are now using the home far more frequently. “We’re very laidback and family-centric,” says the lady of the house, “and Holly has given us the perfect informal setting that suits us now that we’ve come off the rodeo trail.” L

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new home, I’ll choose individual pieces from a variety of sources so that it feels as if the client has traveled the world to amass an assorted collection.” Dyer, based in both Scottsdale and West Hollywood, California, takes this approach with all of her projects, yet it is particularly relevant to the elegant interiors she created for Roger Hansen’s tri-level home in

STYLE SELECTION Discovered at Los Angeles’ Mecox Gardens, the regal, wood-carved bust shown is a striking statement piece for this European-style foyer. mecoxgardens.com

Paradise Valley. “I was referred to Jennifer by another client of hers who actually had a very modern house,” says Hansen, a Minnesota businessman who lives here part-time. “I was looking for something more traditional but could see that she had a very good eye. I only told her, ‘Don’t give me too many choices,’ and then just sat back and entrusted her with the job.” INTERIOR DESIGN Jennifer Dyer, Jeneration Interiors ARCHITECTURE Rod Cullum, Cullum Homes HOME BUILDER Rod Cullum, Cullum Homes LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE Paul Miller, MDM Landscape Development BEDROOMS 4

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Originally designed and built by Rod Cullum before it was owned by Hansen, the house has an exterior architecture that features natural stone veneer, mulled windows with deep window wells, large overhangs and barrel-vaulted ceilings. “The home was intended to be Tuscan,” says Dyer, “but I felt that the interiors should look more Spanish Mediterranean.” So, the designer began pouring through numerous books for inspiration, studying that particular style to get a feel for its period elements and characteristics. She even changed the home’s front doors to showcase more of a Spanish aesthetic.

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CAMELBACK RISING The distinct hump of Camelback Mountain provides a scenic backdrop for a home that combines Mediterranean and Southwest sensibilities. Landscape designer Paul Miller selected seasonal plant variations dependent on what time of the year the homeowner is in residence.


SOFT SPOKEN Incorporating a light palette of muted hues, designer Jennifer Dyer custom designed most of the furnishings found in the formal living room, including the tufted ottoman upholstered in Glant fabric. A period oil on canvas silently watches over from above the limestone fireplace.


HANG UP An antique tooled-leather screen graces a wall of the dining room, where dark green side chairs by Lillian August for Hickory White join two-toned head chairs from Ralph Lauren. A wood and iron chandelier from Reborn Antiques in Los Angeles illuminates the setting.


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Items that had already been installed or purchased for the home but did not fit with Dyer’s concept, such as the carpeting, light

F I N I S H I N G TO U C H Dyer finished the kitchen’s knotty alder wood cabinets in a soft blue-green stain, replaced the island counter with a custom walnut top, and paired high-end appliances with old-world details. A custom banquette creates a cozy dining nook in the corner along with blue distressed-wood armchairs.

fixtures and vanities, were sent off to the local Habitat for Humanity and replaced. Leftover exterior stone was brought in and used for the walls of the living room and bar area—similar brickwork appears in the dining room ceiling—and the rooms were directed toward the spectacular vistas. “We wanted to capture the impact of Camelback Mountain in the distance,” says Cullum, whom Dyer brought back on board the now lived-in residence to turn her interior detailing into reality. “To that end, we created large mechanical glass walls and used every opportunity to capture the views.”

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Due to the surrounding landscape’s lack of color, Dyer incorporated a palette of light celadon, deep green, blue and cream to warm up the interiors. Dark moss green chairs are a focal point of the dining room, while an antique blue and gray flat-weave rug establishes the master bedroom’s soft, casual coloration. “Consistency is critical,” Dyer explains. “I believe as a designer that once you start with a color scheme, you have to carry it throughout the home. Otherwise, there is no connection.” To establish the tone for the house, Dyer went straight to its center— the kitchen—and its knotty alder wood cabinetry. “In order to make the kitchen distinct, I hired specialty finishers to stain and glaze the

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WELL READ A seating area off the kitchen provides the perfect spot for reading and relaxing. A leather-topped coffee table from Gustavo Olivieri centers the space, which includes a dark blue sofa accented with embroidered pillows in de Le Cuona fabric from Thomas Lavin and Stark’s blue and gold wool rug.


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alder wood cabinetry and built-ins,” she says. “The end result is a green-blue finish that looks well-aged.” Other distinguishing details include a new French stone hood and a thick, highly finished walnut top for the island. In keeping with Dyer’s “collected” look, most of the home’s key furniture pieces were either purchased antiques or custom-made to Dyer’s precise specifications. In the formal living room, a pair of custom cream distressed cabinets flanking the stone fireplace features mirrored doors faced with bronze screens and vintage handles. The dining room table, a custom piece with a crackle finish, was inspired by a similar one that Dyer saw in a Kelly Wearstler book.

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B I R D WATC H I N G A Barbara Barry loveseat from Baker dominates the sitting area in the largest of the home’s three guest rooms, accented with a side table from BeeLine Home by Bunny Williams, a Paul Ferrante floor lamp and a pair of heron watercolors.


TWIN SET Custom-designed twin beds crafted in Peru with alder wood frames offer extra sleeping space in another guest room. The flat-weave rug and linen drapery fabric are both by Michael S Smith; the rug was purchased at Mansour in Los Angeles. The woven-wire table lamp is from Bungalow.


MASTERFULLY PLANNED In every space, Dyer started the dÊcor with the rugs, such as the master bedroom’s antique flat-weave carpet that sits on the hickory floor. The room is tastefully furnished with a combination of custom and antique pieces. The British colonial-style bed and Moroccan bone end table are from Susanne Hollis.


IN SINK The Mediterranean-inspired powder room includes a stone trough sink from Relics with a French outdoor garden faucet from Compas in Los Angeles, as well as hand-painted tiling from Tabarka Studio. An iron sconce from Dennis & Leen and an antique mirror from the Paris Flea Market complete the look.

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Furnishings and accessories procured through various antiques shops across the United States and abroad prevail throughout. “It gives the place a much more unique feel,” Dyer says. After almost two years, the home Dyer delivered to her client—after weekly emails and monthlong Arizona stays—was spot-on. “I’m really proud of it,” she says. “Because I had complete trust from the client, there was no second-guessing. It just fell into place.” L

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CUSHION & PILLOW FABRICS Lee Jofa New York, NY 212.688.0444

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LANTERN Paul Ferrante, Inc. New York, NY 212.355.7285

EBONIZED END TABLE Tucker Robbins New York, NY 212.355.3383

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RUG Sacco Carpet New York, NY 212.226.4344

H O M E B U I L D E R Woodin Construction Company, Inc. CHAISE LOUNGES David Sutherland New York, NY 212.871.9717

ARIZONA ROOM ARTWORK Jody Forster Richard Laugharn Etherton Gallery Tucson, AZ 520.624.7370 ARIZONA ROOM RATTAN FURNITURE John Himmel Decorative Arts John Rosselli & Associates New York, NY 212.593.2060 ARIZONA ROOM WALNUT END TABLE Dos Gallos Los Angeles, CA 323.851.9117 BATHROOM FLOOR Fractured Earth Tile & Stone Tucson, AZ 520.620.6219 BATHTUB Cheviot Benjamin Plumbing Supply Tucson, AZ 520.777.7000 BED Cisco Brothers Los Angeles, CA 323.778.8612 234 L U X E I N T E R I O R S

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I N T E R I O R D ES I G N Scott Sanders LLC K I TC H E N D ES I G N Homeworks Cabinetry + Design, Inc. L A N D S C A P E A R C H I T ECT U R E Rothkopf Landscape Studio

BED FABRIC Lee Jofa New York, NY 212.688.0444 BEDROOM END TABLE Holly Hunt New York, NY 212.755.6555 BEDROOM LAMPS Wyeth New York, NY 212.243.3661 BEDROOM SETTEE Doreen Interiors, Ltd. New York, NY 212.255.9008 BEDROOM SETTEE FABRIC Rose Tarlow Melrose House New York, NY 212.750.7700 BREAKFAST ROOM ACCENT PILLOW FABRICATION Martin Albert Interiors, Inc. New York, NY 212.673.8000 BREAKFAST ROOM CHAIRS Démiurge New York, NY 212.593.2470

BREAKFAST ROOM SETTEE Custom Paul Ferrante, Inc. New York, NY 212.355.7285 CONCRETE OVERLAY FLOORING Ruben Reyes Flooring Tucson, AZ 520.275.8956 DINING ROOM CONSOLE TABLE Dos Gallos Los Angeles, CA 323.851.9117 DINING ROOM DRAPERY FABRIC Rogers & Goffigon New York, NY 212.888.3242 DINING ROOM DRAPERY FABRICATION Arch Design/ Southwest, Ltd. Marana, AZ 520.572.4662 DINING ROOM GLASS BOTTLES Yale R. Burge Antiques, Inc. New York, NY 212.838.4005

DINING ROOM RUG Carpet Resources, Ltd. New York, NY 212.302.1113 EXTERIOR DOORS Flores and Son Tucson, AZ 520.622.0336 HOME BUILDER Woodin Construction Company, Inc. Tucson, AZ 520.327.3282 INTERIOR DESIGN Scott Sanders LLC New York, NY 212.343.8298 INTERIOR DOORS Bob Mick Woodworking Tucson, AZ 520.400.4115 KITCHEN CABINETRY Homeworks Cabinetry + Design, Inc. Tucson, AZ 520.296.4440 KITCHEN COUNTERTOP INSTALLATION Conway Tile Company, Inc. Tucson, AZ 520.747.9636

KITCHEN COUNTERTOPS Vermont Quarries Corp. Mendon, VT 802.775.1065 KITCHEN DESIGN Homeworks Cabinetry + Design, Inc. Tucson, AZ 520.296.4440 KITCHEN LIGHT PENDANTS Ann-Morris Antiques, Inc. New York, NY 212.755.3308 LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE Rothkopf Landscape Studio Tucson, AZ 520.886.6934 LIVING ROOM ARTWORK Roberto M. Dutesco The Wild Horses of Sable Island Gallery New York, NY 212.219.9622 LIVING ROOM COFFEE TABLES Démiurge New York, NY 212.593.2470

LIVING ROOM GLASS BOTTLES Elizabeth Lyons More Fire Glass Studio Rochester, NY 585.242.0450 LIVING ROOM RUG Sacco Carpet New York, NY 212.226.4344 OUTDOOR CHAIRS Janus et Cie New York, NY 212.752.1117 OUTDOOR DRUM TABLES Walters Wicker, Inc. New York, NY 212.758.0472 STONEWORK Rothkopf Landscape Studio Tucson, AZ 520.886.6934 SURFACE RESTORATION Sally Kane Tucson, AZ 520.444.2830


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ARTIFICIAL PLANTS Botanical Elegance, LLC Scottsdale, AZ 480.991.9909

DRAPERY FABRICATION Mac’s Custom Drapery Scottsdale, AZ 480.219.3727

BATHROOM RUG West Elm Scottsdale, AZ 480.948.3722 BATHROOM SINKS Decolav Clyde Hardware Co., Inc. Phoenix, AZ 602.264.2106 236 L U X E I N T E R I O R S

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SOFAS Kravet Scottsdale, AZ 480.994.3900

L A N D S C A P E A R C H I T ECT U R E Neill-Vecchia and Associates, Inc.

COUNTERTOP SUPPLIER Craftsman Court Ceramics Scottsdale, AZ 480.970.6611

BATHROOM MIRRORS Stravitz Glass, Inc. Scottsdale, AZ 480.250.0154

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APPLIANCES Thermador & Gaggenau Arizona Wholesale Supply Scottsdale, AZ 480.596.0092

BATHROOM LIGHT PENDANTS Custom by designer 2nd Ave. Lighting Yorkville, NY 800.843.1602

LAMPS Arteriors Home Inside Avenue Sausalito, CA 800.772.1343

H O M E B U I L D E R Schultz Development Corp.

LIGHT PENDANT Custom by designer 2nd Ave. Lighting Yorkville, NY 800.843.1602

BATHROOM CABINET HARDWARE Schwinn Hardware, Inc. Scottsdale, AZ 480.259.3107

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EXTERIOR STUCCO Star Plastering, Inc. Phoenix, AZ 623.937.0279 GUEST BEDROOM BED Custom by designer Classic Custom Upholstery Scottsdale, AZ 480.348.9377 GUEST BEDROOM BEDDING FABRIC Osborne & Little Stamford, CT 203.359.1500 GUEST BEDROOM BEDDING FABRICATION Mac’s Custom Drapery Scottsdale, AZ 480.219.3727

GUEST BEDROOM LAMPS Bungalow Scottsdale, AZ 480.948.5409 HOME BUILDER Schultz Development Corp. Scottsdale, AZ 480.991.6054 INTERIOR DESIGN Ownby Design Scottsdale, AZ 480.575.8448 KITCHEN BARSTOOLS Custom by designer Custom Furniture by Dan Krueger Tempe, AZ 480.229.1155 KITCHEN DRAPERY FABRIC Jim Thompson Dean-Warren Scottsdale, AZ 480.990.9233 LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE Neill-Vecchia and Associates, Inc. Scottsdale, AZ 480.949.7127

LIVING ROOM CHAIRS Custom by designer Custom Furniture by Dan Krueger Tempe, AZ 480.229.1155 LIVING ROOM CONSOLE Bova Contemporary Furniture Scottsdale, AZ 480.656.9112 LIVING ROOM MIRRORS Custom by designer The Art Department Scottsdale, AZ 480.596.9800 LIVING ROOM STOOLS Inside Avenue Sausalito, CA 800.772.1343 MASTER BEDROOM DRAPERY FABRIC Zimmer + Rohde McNamara & Hirschman Scottsdale, AZ 480.874.0707 MASTER BEDROOM DRINK TABLE Barbara Cosgrove Pfeifer Studio Albuquerque, NM 866.804.1909

MASTER BEDROOM FLOOR LAMP Z Gallerie Scottsdale, AZ 480.947.1277 MASTER BEDROOM LAMPS Lamps Plus Scottsdale, AZ 480.483.7385 MASTER BEDROOM RUG Azadi Fine Rugs Scottsdale, AZ 480.483.4600 MILLWORK & CABINETRY Rysso-Peters Scottsdale, AZ 480.946.0088 POWDER ROOM FAUCET Kohler Clyde Hardware Co., Inc. Phoenix, AZ 602.264.2106 POWDER ROOM LIGHT PENDANTS LBL Lighting Skokie, IL 800.323.3226

POWDER ROOM WALL TILE Craftsman Court Ceramics Scottsdale, AZ 480.970.6611 STONE FLOOR SUPPLIER Quarries Direct International, LLC Phoenix, AZ 602.269.9600 WALLPAPER INSTALLATION Reeves PaperHanging, Inc. Scottsdale, AZ 602.374.6500 WINDOWS Sierra Pacific Windows Scottsdale, AZ 480.367.0555 WOOD FLOOR INSTALLATION Custom Hardwood Floors Chandler, AZ 480.560.8300 WOOD FLOOR SUPPLIER DuChateau Floors San Diego, CA 619.717.2774


Intriguing Impressive Inspiring

Induldge in the Exceptional Full Service Interior Design Residential

Commercial

Vacation Retreats

Complete Rooms to Turn-Key Projects Nationwide Luxury Furnishings, Lighting, Flooring and Accessories 60,000 sq. ft. of Historic Warehouse Showrooms Sioux Falls, SD

605-335-4354 Tucson, AZ WWW.DEWITTDESIGNSINC.COM

Sarah DeWitt Owner/Interior Designer

520-622-1326


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CHAIRS Restoration Hardware Scottsdale, AZ 480.922.6996

APPLIANCES Dacor & Sub-Zero Westar Kitchen & Bath Scottsdale, AZ 800.852.4428 BED Artifacts International Wiseman & Gale Interiors Scottsdale, AZ 480.945.8447 BEDDING FABRIC Raoul Textiles John Brooks, Inc. Scottsdale, AZ 480.675.8828 BEDROOM BENCH Lee Industries Wiseman & Gale Interiors Scottsdale, AZ 480.945.8447 BEDROOM END TABLE Valerianne Scottsdale, AZ 480.946.8772 BEDROOM NIGHTSTANDS Kerr Collection Wiseman & Gale Interiors Scottsdale, AZ 480.945.8447

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CERAMIC PLATES Lisa Neimeth Valerianne Scottsdale, AZ 480.946.8772

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BENCH Hickory Chair Wiseman & Gale Interiors Scottsdale, AZ 480.945.8447

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RUG The Floor Collection Scottsdale, AZ 480.275.2936

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END TABLE Colonial Frontiers Tucson, AZ 520.622.7400

H O M E B U I L D E R Cimarron Ridge Construction I N T E R I O R D E S I G N Wiseman & Gale Interiors

BEDROOM PHOTOGRAPHS Steven N. Meyers Costello-Childs Contemporary Scottsdale, AZ 480.949.2701 COUNTERTOPS Saban Tile and Granite Phoenix, AZ 602.253.5152 DEN ARMCHAIR FABRIC Christopher Farr Thomas Lavin West Hollywood, CA 310.278.2456 DEN ARMCHAIRS Hickory Chair Wiseman & Gale Interiors Scottsdale, AZ 480.945.8447 DEN ARTWORK Hugo Guinness Valerianne Scottsdale, AZ 480.946.8772 DEN CONSOLE TABLE Relics Phoenix, AZ 602.265.7354

DEN OTTOMAN Custom Wiseman & Gale Interiors Scottsdale, AZ 480.945.8447 DEN TELEVISION Cyber Sound & Security Scottsdale, AZ 480.483.6900 DINING ROOM CHAIRS John Brooks, Inc. Scottsdale, AZ 480.675.8828 DINING ROOM CHANDELIER Paul Ferrante, Inc. John Brooks, Inc. Scottsdale, AZ 480.675.8828 FOYER CHANDELIER Restoration Hardware Scottsdale, AZ 480.922.6996 FOYER CONSOLE TABLE Wiseman & Gale Interiors Scottsdale, AZ 480.945.8447

FOYER LAMPS Colonial Frontiers Tucson, AZ 520.622.7400 HALLWAY ARTWORK Joe Walters Costello-Childs Contemporary Scottsdale, AZ 480.949.2701 HARDWOOD FLOORS Custom Hardwood Floors Chandler, AZ 480.560.8300 HOME AUTOMATION Cyber Sound & Security Scottsdale, AZ 480.483.6900 HOME BUILDER Cimarron Ridge Construction Chandler, AZ 602.463.2749 INTERIOR DESIGN Wiseman & Gale Interiors Scottsdale, AZ 480.945.8447

INTERIOR WALL PAINTING Greg Schauble Painting Phoenix, AZ 602.743.9553 KITCHEN BACKSPLASH Craftsman Court Ceramics Scottsdale, AZ 480.970.6611 KITCHEN BACKSPLASH INSTALLATION Saban Tile and Granite Phoenix, AZ 602.253.5152 KITCHEN LIGHT PENDANTS Arteriors Home Wiseman & Gale Interiors Scottsdale, AZ 480.945.8447 LIVING ROOM COFFEE TABLE Artifacts International Wiseman & Gale Interiors Scottsdale, AZ 480.945.8447

LIVING ROOM LOUNGE CHAIRS Lee Industries Wiseman & Gale Interiors Scottsdale, AZ 480.945.8447 LIVING ROOM TABLE LAMP McGuire Wiseman & Gale Interiors Scottsdale, AZ 480.945.8447 LIVING ROOM WINGBACK CHAIRS Motif Wiseman & Gale Interiors Scottsdale, AZ 480.945.8447 METALWORK Ironwood Artistic New River, AZ 623.670.0933 OUTDOOR LOUNGE CHAIRS Inside/Out Scottsdale, AZ 480.994.1060


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CHANDELIER Reborn Antiques Los Angeles, CA 310.289.7785

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BARSTOOLS Erika Brunson Thomas Lavin West Hollywood, CA 310.278.2456

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RUG Stark Los Angeles, CA 310.657.8275

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COFFEE TABLE Gustavo Olivieri Miami Beach, FL 305.604.8601

A R C H I T E C T U R E Cullum Homes HEAD CHAIR Ralph Lauren Los Angeles, CA 323.944.0301

H O M E B U I L D E R Cullum Homes I N T E R I O R D E S I G N Jeneration Interiors L A N D S C A P E A R C H I T ECT U R E MDM Landscape Development

APPLIANCES Bosch, Sub-Zero & Wolf Kitchen & Bath Gallery Cookeville, TN 931.526.5119 ARCHITECTURE Cullum Homes Scottsdale, AZ 480.949.2700 BATHROOM FAUCET Compas Los Angeles, CA 310.854.3023 BATHROOM SCONCE Dennis & Leen Los Angeles, CA 310.652.0855 BATHROOM SINK Relics Phoenix, AZ 602.265.7354 BATHROOM WALL TILE Tabarka Studio Scottsdale, AZ 480.968.3999

CABINETRY & MILLWORK Brian McCarthy Los Angeles, CA 818.970.1964 DINING ROOM CHANDELIER Reborn Antiques Los Angeles, CA 310.289.7785 DINING ROOM SCREEN DHS Designs Queenstown, MD 410.827.8167 DINING ROOM SIDE CHAIRS Lillian August for Hickory White Haptor Barrett Furniture Showroom Los Angeles, CA 213.746.4908 DINING ROOM TABLE Custom Jeneration Interiors West Hollywood, CA 310.601.0841 FAUX FINISHES Creative Wall Designs Anthem, AZ 602.327.2391

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GUEST BEDROOM END TABLE BeeLine Home by Bunny Williams New York, NY 212.935.5930 GUEST BEDROOM FLOOR LAMP Paul Ferrante, Inc. Los Angeles, CA 323.653.4142 GUEST BEDROOM LOVESEAT Barbara Barry Baker Los Angeles, CA 310.289.0074 GUEST BEDROOM RUG Krimsa San Francisco, CA 415.441.4321 HALLWAY BUST Mecox Gardens Los Angeles, CA 310.358.9272 HALLWAY DRESSER Gray Morell Designs Los Angeles, CA 310.657.2200

HOME AUTOMATION Savant Cyber Sound Scottsdale, AZ 480.483.6900 HOME BUILDER Cullum Homes Scottsdale, AZ 480.949.2700 INTERIOR DESIGN Jeneration Interiors West Hollywood, CA 310.601.0841 LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE MDM Landscape Development Phoenix, AZ 602.740.0079 LIVING ROOM MIRRORED CABINETS Custom Jeneration Interiors West Hollywood, CA 310.601.0841 LIVING ROOM OTTOMAN Custom Jeneration Interiors West Hollywood, CA 310.601.0841

LIVING ROOM RUG Aga John Oriental Rugs West Hollywood, CA 310.657.0890 LIVING ROOM TABLE Susanne Hollis, Inc. South Pasadena, CA 626.441.0346 MASTER BEDROOM BED Susanne Hollis, Inc. South Pasadena, CA 626.441.0346 MASTER BEDROOM BEDDING ThreadCount Miami, FL 305.576.5500 MASTER BEDROOM RUG Mansour Los Angeles, CA 310.652.9999 READING ROOM ACCENT PILLOW FABRIC de Le Cuona Thomas Lavin West Hollywood, CA 310.278.2456

READING ROOM SOFA Old Plank Road Chicago, IL 773.278.4040 SECOND GUEST BEDROOM BEDDING FABRICATION Evelyn’s Custom Draperies, Inc. Scottsdale, AZ 602.273.7347 SECOND GUEST BEDROOM LAMP Bungalow Scottsdale, AZ 480.948.5409 SECOND GUEST BEDROOM RUG Michael S Smith Mansour Los Angeles, CA 310.652.9999 WOOD COUNTERTOPS Kitchen & Bath Gallery Cookeville, TN 931.526.5119


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KITCHEN+BATH ARIZONA DESIGNS KITCHENS AND BATHS creates beautiful kitchens like the one in this Tucson residence. Alder wood cabinetry in transitional styling combines with concrete countertops and ceramic/glass backsplash for a welcoming modern take on rustic. arizonadesigns.net

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1. ABLE KITCHEN AND BATH is one of Arizona’s premier suppliers of top-of-the-line plumbing products for the kitchen and bath; serving contractors, interior designers, builders, remodelers, plumbing professionals and do-it-yourselfers that share the desire for lasting quality, leading-edge technology and timeless style. ablekitchenbath.com 2. GRANITE PLANET ForzastoneRevolutionary 5/16� natural stone wall panels. Perfect for bathrooms and kitchens. Groutless and afordable with lifetime guarantee! 520.747.1008 3. SUB-ZERO WOLF The Wolf Convection Steam oven boasts the largest interior cavity in the category. From crisp cookies to perfectly browned crusts and evenly cooked meats, the possibilities are limitless. subzero.com/phoenix

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ACCESSORIES

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1. HINKLEY’S LIGHTING FACTORY Inspired by the ancient Japanese art of cutting and folding paper, the Kirigami lighting series from Hubbardton Forge brings organic appeal with shades composed of cherry wood veneer or cork. Available in multiple sizes through Hinkley’s Lighting Factory in Phoenix and Scottsdale. hinkleyslighting.com 2. ARTESANA TILE Take your walls to the next dimension with Artistic Tile’s Eclat, 16 x 16” hand carved stone tile. Exclusively at Artesana Tile. artesanatile.com 3. ALLSTATE APPLIANCES displays Thermador’s newest 48” steam range that features seven appliances in one. allstateappliances.com

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JANET BROOKS DESIGN specializes in unique materials and applications for interior design projects. Their knowledge of local resources and ability to think “out of the box” makes them a valuable asset when designing interior spaces. In this powder room, simple materials, such as terra cotta tiles, laid in a way that shows the edges, not the face of the tiles, gives a fascinating texture to the feature wall. janetbrooksdesign.com

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ACCESSORIES

KITCHEN+BATH TINA ALEXANDER TILE A pure expression of elegant design. Unique tiles, stones, colors and combinations specifically studied to amaze and dress today’s design spaces. We offer a lagre selection of unique decorative tile including natural stone, glass, porcelain and handcrafted ceramic tiles for all applications offering unlimited design options for all facets of your residential or commercial project. 602.955.0795

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1. CHRIS BUBANY Create table envy with fabulous hand painted tableware by Chris Bubany. Hundreds of possibilities or one of your own. chrisbubany.com 2. R & R WHOLESALE PLUMBING Those who appreciate attention to detail will be drawn to the Monarch III Collection. As artfully designed and meticulously tooled as a fine piece of jewelry, it offers a stately, almost royal ambiance that will make a positive impression in the most upscale environments. rrwholesale.com 3. CLYDE HARDWARE The Michelangelo free-standing tub: Twenty-first-century technology inspired by generations of fine artists. clydehardware.com

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claire ownby

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›››› CLAIRE OWNBY OW N BY D E S I G N L L C

13825 North Northsight Boulevard, Suite120  Scottsdale, AZ 85260  480.575.8448 claire@ownbydesign.com  ownbydesign.com The irony of Claire Ownby’s favorite quote isn’t lost on those who’ve hired her firm to bring their luxury interior dreams to life. While “less is more” certainly fuels her residential design aesthetic, it doesn’t come close to describing all that she does for her clients. “I strive to create a space that is a true reflection of our clients’ vision,” says the owner of Ownby Design. “It’s most important that clients feel a connection to the end result.” Her award-winning team’s clean, minimalist approach—no matter the style of home—has sealed that connection. The level of detail and budget-saving efficiency that Ownby brings to every project makes her one of the most sought after designers in the valley.

“My passion for design is fueled by a relentless pursuit for perfection.” I would design an outdoor shower into every project if I could!

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What led you to your current profession? I was born to design interiors. As a little girl, I remember rearranging the furniture in both my parents’ and grandparents’ homes.

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How do you stay abreast of new trends? I try to stay away from following most trends. I’m more drawn to the reinterpretation of timeless classics.

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Why should a prospective client choose your firm? I want clients to choose our firm based on feeling a good connection with our team and approach. This process is so personal—you should definitely get a sense of connection with your interior designer.

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technology with sleek design, like the Numi toilet from Kohler.

What is one thing your clients would be shocked to learn about you? Unlike many interior designers, I’m not the typical girl that loves to shop for shoes or clothes. So my husband does most of my shopping.

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I like using products that combine the latest

My favorite new

What inspires you?

appliance to design

Watching others and seeing charitable acts, ingenious ideas, people who take the time to make a difference—even a great smile. We must inspire each other every day!

into the kitchen is a steam oven.


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WOODWORKING LINEAR FINE WOODWORKING It’s one thing to bring great passion for design and detail to a project, as the experienced team at Linear Fine Woodworking always does. But it’s quite another to raise woodworking to an art form. That’s where the skilled craftsmen at Linear, led by Allan Rosenthal (himself a third-generation woodworker), distinguish themselves time and again with one-of-a-kind products and unparalleled processes. “Our clients have an appreciation for quality,” says Rosenthal, whose team has worked together for 15 years. “In turn, we treat the client the way we would want to be treated.” The Phoenix-based firm, which handles residential and commercial projects throughout the greater Southwest, adorns entire homes with exquisite, contemporary wood cabinetry, furniture and a variety of woodworking projects—from inspired kitchens and elegant bedrooms to custom wall units and dramatic dining rooms. “We enjoy doing what many shops do not want to bother with,” says Rosenthal, whose team has earned multiple ASID product awards. “There is a big difference between making boxes and doing woodwork,” he added. And there’s an even bigger difference in the level of detail that Rosenthal’s team provides, which works with builders, architects, designers and private clients. Look no further than the signature exotic veneers that Linear Fine Woodworking creates as well as the 3-D renderings the firm makes for clients, so that they can visualize the projects. “We don’t settle for anything less than making a client’s dream come true.” Allan Rosenthal 2825 South 46th Street Phoenix, AZ 85040 allan@linearfinewoodworking.com linearfinewoodworking.com

“If a client has an eye for detail, quality and service, then we’re a great fit for them.”

480.968.1223

FEATURES: This kitchen features grey satin finish cabinetry with whitequartz countertops, a floating island and stainless steel legs. Top section of the full-height cabinetry has Alumisteel back with Halogen lighting above, and routed lines in doors blend to look like they are all drawers.

FEATURES: These free-form islands are a combination of Swiss Pear wood and Macasar Ebony with silver reveals. The wavy inlayed upper cabinetry in the background is a combination of Swiss Pear wood and Tamo Ash with Macasar Ebony light bridges.


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What distinguishes your work in terms of material selection and product quality? We use a lot of exotic veneers, and we press or lay up our own veneers. We also never skimp on state-of-the-art equipment needed for our specialized work.

What are your favorite types of styles to work on and why?

How would you describe your clientele?

I love doing the bookmatched (grain-sequenced) veneers that we do. There is no hiding an imperfection. It’s either right or wrong; it’s there for everyone to see.

One factor links our clients: They expect high quality and won’t settle for anything less than our team coming as close to perfection as man-made products can get.

FEATURES: This vanity is made out of an aniline dyed grey Birdseye Maple with a dull rubbed finish. It has LED under lighting, and all drawers are cut around the plumbing to maximize space. We also made the custom mirror frames that match the cabinetry.

FEATURES: The goal was to make this room look like a modern study. We used Ribbon Sapele as the main material and incorporated barn-style doors with stainless steel hardware to close off the room but still allow for light to pass through them.

FEATURES: Here, we wrapped two walls with our cabinetry, with radius back panels, floating shelves and a curved pencil drawer. Many of Halogen lights were incorporated to make the woods move as you walk by the unit. The Makore looks like a hologram as you walk by.


German engineering.

American value.

P HOENIX L IQUIDATION C ENTER 2001 North 23rd Ave. Phoenix, AZ 85009 (602) 252-6507

S COTTSDALE S HOWROOM 15250 North Hayden Rd. Scottsdale, AZ 85260 (480) 948-9896

PV D ESIGN C ENTER

5203 East Lincoln Dr. Paradise Valley, AZ 85253 (602) 954-3901


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WOODESIGN For over 33 years, Bernie Becker, Larry Langhurst and their 10-person team of inhouse craftsmen have redefined contemporary woodworking and installation. Their innovative approach combines unique engineering capabilities, creating elegance and simplicity for even the most complex projects–from kitchens, bedrooms, custom doors, wine cellars and entire homes to expansive commercial assignments. While Becker leads the fabrication intricacies of each project, Langhurst outlines the big picture desires into specific design features. Using both modern and traditional techniques and equipment—including in-house CAD drawings, cuttingedge computer-aided equipment, an automotive-style spray booth for buffed and polished finishes and the professional skills of its experienced team—Woodesign transforms nature’s best raw materials into works of art. Woodesign’s signature on each project symbolizes their commitment to quality without compromise.

Bernie Becker, President Larry Langhurst, Vice President 3234 East Corona Avenue Phoenix, AZ 85040 bernie@woodesign.us larry@woodesign.us woodesign.us

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“The handcrafted quality of each finished project adheres to extraordinary standards using only the finest materials.”

Which projects have brought you the most satisfaction and why? Our satisfaction is achieved during the most challenging projects. The more a project pushes the envelope, the better.

What are the key influences in your work today? We tend to approach projects with a minimalist-contemporary style aimed at providing a clean, polished simplicity.

How do you define a successful project? Overwhelming client satisfaction is our goal every time. To achieve this, we must present a beautiful final product that will stand the test of time.

602.305.9550

FEATURES: Kewazinga and wenge are two wood species featured in the modern kitchen of this Paradise Valley home designed by Swaback Partners. The home features 11 different veneers, numerous challenging curves, and bubinga wood interior doors executed in a chevron pattern.

FEATURES: The matching Honduran mahogany curved twin tables follow the shape of the home’s outside walls and include crotch mahogany inlays that mimic the curved table’s base. The buffet combines wenge and crotch mahogany, shown above in the “down” serving position.


R&R WHOLESALE PLUMBING, LLC 7830 E REDFIELD RD, SUITE 8 | SCOTTSDALE, AZ 85260 | T 480.991.9624 | RRWHOLESALE.NET


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GOODALL CUSTOM CABINETRY It often begins, simply enough, with scribbles on a piece of paper—a still-unformed dream that, in the hands of the talented craftsmen at Goodall Wood Creations, will ultimately transform into a residential reality. That is the goal that not only has guided owners Kenneth and Shannon Goodall since launching their firm in 2003 but that also has resonated with discriminating clients throughout the greater Phoenix area. “We pride ourselves on communicating all that is possible; we want our clients to understand every option and have multiple choices,” Kenneth says. The choices at Goodall couldn’t be more inspiring—dramatic furnishings, millwork and accessories for kitchens, bathrooms, closets, wine rooms, home theaters and much more in styles ranging from Old World and Mediterranean to Tuscan and contemporary. The products at Goodall, distinguished by their customized fit and finish, are hand-crafted using only the highest quality materials. “I have dedicated myself and my team to building a company that is not just a façade of pretty pictures and impressive catch phrases,” Kenneth says.

What are the main determinants in your creative process? We strive to create the vision of our client. The most important thing, for our team, is customer satisfaction.

What are the key influences in your work today? Our staff is on the cutting edge of what is trending, and what styles and designers are emerging. We’re inspired by that, as well as pieces we see on our travels.

Kenneth and Shannon Goodall Owners 15125 North Hayden Road, Suite 118 Scottsdale, AZ 85260 2215 West Parkside Lane Phoenix, AZ 85027 Kenneth@Goodallllc.com Shannon@Goodallllc.com 623.879.6300

FEATURES: Designed to offer abundant space, the open layout of this kitchen creates an airy, elegant atmosphere. Outfitted with custom cabinetry of a soft, contemporary paintedfinish, this inviting space features a crisp, clean look.

“It’s our goal to deliver an exceptional product— as well as an exceptional experience.”

What are you working on next? We work for everyone; no project is too big or too small. Because of that, we typically have 20 or more projects running in our shop and design process.

FEATURES: Entertaining guests has never been so easy with this inviting wet bar made of dark adler. Featuring ample space and a great display, this bar provides both style and comfort.


MOROCCAN TULU RUG | WOOL | 8’ X 10’

ARIZONA DESIGN CENTER 7350 N. DOBSON ROAD

info@davideadler.com

www.davideadler.com

SUITE 108

SCOTTSDALE, AZ 85256 •

480.513.3200


2012. A COMPLETE LISTING OF THE DESIGN

PROFESSIONALS PUBLISHED OVER THE PAST YEAR IN LUXE INTERIORS + DESIGN


ARIZONA ARCHITECTURE PLUS, LTD.

Phoenix, AZ architectureplusltd.com

FRIEDMAN & SHIELDS

JEFF WILLMENG HOMES

Scottsdale, AZ friedmanandshields.com

Tucson, AZ jeffwillmenghomes.com

HK ASSOCIATES, INC.

KAREN RAPP INTERIORS

Tucson, AZ hkassociates.net

Phoenix, AZ karenrappinteriors.com

LORI CARROLL & ASSOCIATES, LLC

Tucson, AZ loricarroll.com NANCE CONSTRUCTION, INC.

AT DESIGN, LLC

Scottsdale, AZ nanceconstruction.com

Tempe, AZ atdesignllc.com

OZ ARCHITECTS, INC.

BENISSIMO, LLC

Scottsdale, AZ ozarchitects.com

Scottsdale, AZ 480.941.0616

PALM DESIGN GROUP

Phoenix, AZ palmdesigngroup.com

BIEGNER-MURFF ARCHITECTS, LLC

PHX ARCHITECTURE

Phoenix, AZ biegnermurff.com

Scottsdale, AZ phxarch.com

CANDELARIA DESIGN ASSOCIATES

ROBINETTE ARCHITECTS, INC.

Phoenix, AZ candelariadesign.com

Tucson, AZ robinettearchitect.com

CHEN + SUCHART STUDIO, LLC

SAAVY, INC.

Scottsdale, AZ chensuchartstudio.com

Tucson, AZ saavyinc.com

CREATIVE CONCRETE & MASONRY, LLC

SALCITO CUSTOM HOMES, LTD.

Phoenix, AZ creativeconcretemasonry.com

Scottsdale, AZ salcito.com

DALE GARDON DESIGN

SK BUILDERS INCORPORATED

Scottsdale, AZ dalegardondesign.com

Tucson, AZ skbuilders.net

DAVID MICHAEL MILLER ASSOCIATES

STONECREEK BUILDING COMPANY, INC.

Scottsdale, AZ davidmichaelmiller.com

Mesa, AZ stonecreekbuilding.com

DESERT STAR CONSTRUCTION, INC.

SWABACK PARTNERS, PLLC

Scottsdale, AZ desertstarconstruction.com

Scottsdale, AZ swabackpartners.com

DESERT WEST CONSTRUCTION, INC.

Tucson, AZ desertwestconstruction.com

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DETAR CONSTRUCTION, INC.

Sedona, AZ detarconstruction.com DUO DESIGN GROUP

Phoenix, AZ duodesigngroup.com EST EST INCORPORATED

Scottsdale, AZ estestinc.com

IDENTITY CONSTRUCTION, LLC

KEVIN B. HOWARD ARCHITECTS, INC.

Scottsdale, AZ identityconstruction.net

Oro Valley, AZ kbharchitect.com

IMI DESIGN, LLC

LINTHICUM

Scottsdale, AZ interiormotivesaz.com

Phoenix, AZ linthicumcorp.com

TAMM-MARLOWE DESIGN STUDIO

Scottsdale, AZ tm-studio.com THE GARDEN GATE

Oro Valley, AZ thegardengateaz.com VIGELAND HOMES

Tucson, AZ vigelandhomes.com


CALIFORNIA

ELIZABETH GRAHAM KITCHEN & BATH INTERIOR DESIGN

ALISSA SUTTON INTERIORS

Santa Barbara, CA 805.969.6630

Los Angeles, CA alissasuttoninteriors.com

ELYSIAN CONCEPTS ANDERS LASATER ARCHITECTS, INC.

Laguna Beach, CA anderslasaterarchitects.com

Portola Valley, CA 650.851.1828

FISHER WEISMAN

ICAZA CONSTRUCTION

San Francisco, CA fisherweisman.com

Manhattan Beach, CA icazaconstruction.com

GARNET HILL CONSTRUCTION

ISLAND ARCHITECTS

Pacific Palisades, CA 310.459.0545

JAMES T. MCCLINTOCK

Summerland, CA mccarchitecture.com

ARCLINEA SAN DIEGO

JEFFERS DESIGN GROUP

San Diego, CA arclineasandiego.com

San Francisco, CA jeffersdesigngroup.com

BARCLAY BUTERA INTERIORS

JENNIFER DAVIS INTERIOR DESIGN

West Hollywood, CA barclaybutera.com

Beverly Hills, CA jenniferdavisinteriordesign.com

BGL DESIGN CONSTRUCTION

JENSEN ZIGMAN CONSTRUCTION COMPANY

Los Angeles, CA brianlittledesign.com

Los Angeles, CA jensenzigman.com

BIBB CONSTRUCTION

JIUN HO, INC.

Newport Beach, CA 949.642.2888

San Francisco, CA jiunho.com

BLISS DESIGN FIRM, LLC

JS DESIGN GROUP/ SYLVESTER CONSTRUCTION

Corona del Mar, CA blissdesignfirm.com

Rancho Santa Fe, CA 619.840.6688

BRUCE NORELIUS STUDIO

Los Angeles, CA noreliusstudio.com

KATE MCINTYRE

Berkeley, CA ironies.com

CHESLER CONSTRUCTION INC.

Redwood City, CA cheslerconstructioninc.com

KATHRYN M. IRELAND TEXTILES AND DESIGN

Culver City, CA kathrynireland.com

CHRISTOPHER KENNEDY DESIGN

Palm Springs, CA christopherkennedy.com

KENDALL WILKINSON DESIGN

San Francisco, CA kendallwilkinson.com

CORVARYS GROUP

Los Angeles, CA corvarysgroup.com DAVID PHOENIX INTERIOR DESIGN, INC.

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Los Angeles, CA davidphoenix.com DESIGN TRENDS INTERIOR DESIGN

Costa Mesa, CA 714.668.9794 DRAGONETTE LIMITED

Los Angeles, CA dragonetteltd.com

La Jolla, CA islandarch.com

KIER DESIGN

Pacific Palisades, CA kierdesign.com K. KITA DESIGN

ENOS REESE + CO.

Los Angeles, CA enosco.com

GRACE DESIGN ASSOCIATES, INC.

Santa Barbara, CA gracedesignassociates.com

FINTON CONSTRUCTION

Arcadia, CA finton.com

HARTE BROWNLEE & ASSOCIATES

Laguna Beach, CA hartebrownlee.com

San Diego, CA kkitadesign.com LANDRY DESIGN GROUP, INC.

Los Angeles, CA landrydesigngroup.com


California continued

OLIVER M. FURTH

LAS MANAGEMENT, INC.

Los Angeles, CA olivermfurth.com

Los Angeles, CA 310.477.7222

PAL + SMITH

LATHROP DEVELOPMENT & CONSTRUCTION, INC.

Costa Mesa, CA palandsmith.com

SBD CONSTRUCTION & DEVELOPMENT

Saint Helena, CA 707.963.8274

TURNER MARTIN DESIGN

Palo Alto, CA turnermartindesign.com UNIQUE FINAL TOUCH

SUZANNE RHEINSTEIN

Los Angeles, CA hollyhockinc.com

San Diego, CA 619.691.7659 WALKER WARNER ARCHITECTS

Palm Desert, CA lathropdevelopment.com LORI DENNIS

San Francisco, CA walker-warner.com

Los Angeles, CA loridennis.com

WENDY SCHWARTZ DESIGN

Los Angeles, CA wendyschwartzdesign.com

LUCIAN T. HOOD, ARCHITECT

Los Angeles, CA lucianhoodarchitect.com

WOODSON & RUMMERFIELD’S HOUSE OF DESIGN

Los Angeles, CA wandrdesign.com

LUTSKO ASSOCIATES

San Francisco, CA lutskoassociates.com

YOUNG CONSTRUCTION

Santa Barbara, CA youngconst.com

MAGNI DESIGN, INC.

Los Angeles, CA magnidesign.com MANSE MODERN

COLORADO

Venice, CA mansemodern.com

ASE PROPERTIES

MARCELO LISCHE, ARCHITECT

Eagle, CO vailnewhomes.com

Laguna Beach, CA thearchi.com

AZTECA LANDSCAPE, INC.

Durango, CO 970.382.0267

MARK BECKER, INC.

Oakland, CA markbecker.com

BARRETT STUDIO ARCHITECTS

Boulder, CO barrettstudio.com

MARSCEILL DESIGN INTERIORS

Los Angeles, CA marsceilldesign.com

BILL WARD CONSTRUCTION, LLC

MARTYN LAWRENCEBULLARD DESIGN

Telluride, CO billwardconstruction.com

Los Angeles, CA martynlawrencebullard.com

BOWMAN CUSTOM LANDSCAPING

MARY MCDONALD, INC.

West Hollywood, CA marymcdonald.com

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MDZA LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE

San Diego, CA mdbconstruction.com NATHAN TURNER

Los Angeles, CA nathanturner.com

CADRE GENERAL CONTRACTORS

Englewood, CO cadregc.com

Corona del Mar, CA mdza.net MITCHELL D. BURTON CONSTRUCTION, INC.

Mead, CO bowmancustomlandscaping.com

PÉPE STUDIO, INC.

TIMOTHY CORRIGAN, INC.

Hermosa Beach, CA lynnpepe.com

Los Angeles, CA timothy-corrigan.com

PHILIP NIMMO & CO., INC.

TONY VALENTINE CONSTRUCTION

Los Angeles, CA philipnimmodesign.com

Corona del Mar, CA 949.723.6449

CAPSTONE CONSTRUCTION

Denver, CO capstoneconstructioninc.com COMSTOCK DESIGN, LLC

Littleton, CO comstockdesign.com


CONNECT ONE DESIGN

KSLA CORP

Carbondale, CO connectonedesign.com

Telluride, CO 970.728.7050

DELUCA CONSTRUCTION

LEA SISSON ARCHITECT, LLC

Telluride, CO delucatelluride.com

Aspen, CO leasissonarchitects.com

MOUNTAIN STEEL CONSTRUCTION, LLC

Montrose, CO 970.275.1935

ROBERT MEHALL, ARCHITECT

Snowmass Village, CO rmarchitect.net SILICH CONSTRUCTION

MT. DALY ENTERPRISES, LLC

Carbondale, CO 970.963.9896

Aspen, CO silichconstruction.com

DESIGNS BY SUNDOWN

STRUCTURAL ASSOCIATES

Englewood, CO designsbysundown.com

Glenwood Springs, CO structuralassoc.com

DH INTERIORS

STUDIO80 INTERIOR DESIGN

Denver, CO dhinteriorsdenver.com

Eagle, CO studio80id.com

DHM DESIGN

STUDIO FRANK

Denver, CO dhmdesign.com

Telluride, CO studiofrank.com

DHR ARCHITECTURE

STYLEWORKS, LLC

Denver, CO dhrarchitecture.com

Denver, CO styleworks.us

DOUGLAS ASSOCIATES, INC.

SURROUND ARCHITECTURE

Denver, CO 303.722.6979

Boulder, CO surroundarchitecture.com

EKMAN DESIGN STUDIO

SWEENEY DEVELOPMENT, INC.

Denver, CO ekmandesign.com

Aspen, CO 970.618.6325

ESCAPE GARDEN DESIGN

TAB ASSOCIATES, INC.

Aspen, CO escapegardendesign.com

Edwards, CO tabassociates.com

FIELD WEST CONSTRUCTION

TRULINEA ARCHITECTS

Boulder, CO fieldwestconstruction.com

Telluride, CO trulinea.com

HAGMAN ARCHITECTS

CONNECTICUT

Basalt, CO hagmanarchitects.com

AUSTIN PATTERSON DISSTON ARCHITECTS

HARRINGTON STANKO CONSTRUCTION

Southport, CT apdarchitects.com

Boulder, CO harringtonhomesboulder.com

LYNNE SCALO DESIGN JACK WILKIE BUILDER, INC.

Basalt, CO jwbinc.com

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Westport, CT lynnescalo.com

K.B. HANSEL INTERIORS, INC.

MARK P. FINLAY ARCHITECTS, AIA

Glenwood Springs, CO 970.963.5910

Southport, CT markfinlay.com

KEITH M. WEBSTER CONSTRUCTION

Basalt, CO kmwconstruction.com KOGAN BUILDERS, INC.

Durango, CO koganbuilders.com

LOFTUS LANDSCAPE STUDIO

Durango, CO 970.375.7823 MARPA LANDSCAPE DESIGN STUDIO

Boulder, CO marpa.com

ONE ARCHITECTS, INC.

Telluride, CO onearchitects.com POSS ARCHITECTURE + PLANNING

Aspen, CO billposs.com

RINFRET, LTD. INTERIOR DESIGN & DECORATION

Greenwich, CT rinfretltd.com SOUND BEACH PARTNERS, LLC

Stamford, CT soundbeachpartners.com


Connecticut continued

DEBORAH WECSELMAN DESIGN

WADIA ASSOCIATES

Miami, FL dwdinc.com

New Canaan, CT wadiaassociates.com WESLEY STOUT ASSOCIATES

DERCO CONSTRUCTION, INC.

Delray Beach, FL derco.pro

ENEA GARDEN DESIGN, INC.

HINOJOSA DESIGN STUDIO

Miami, FL enea-garden.com

Miami, FL hinojosadesign.com

GROUP 3 CONTRACTORS

HOLMES NEWMAN + PARTNERS

Miami, FL thegroup3.com

New Canaan, CT wesleystout.com

Miami, FL hnpartners.com HR DESIGN ARCHITECTURE

Miami Beach, FL 305.672.5658

FLORIDA

INTUITIVE DESIGN GROUP

Palm City, FL intuitivedesigngroup.com

ATMOSPHERE CREATIONS

Miami, FL atmospherecreations.com

JAUREGUI CONSTRUCTION & DEVELOPMENT, INC.

BARON DESIGN STUDIO

Key Biscayne, FL 305.361.8193

Miami, FL barondesignstudio.com

JENNIFER GARRIGUES, INC.

BELL + AQUI LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE, LLC

Palm Beach, FL jennifergarrigues.com

Miami, FL ba-la.com

JORGE L. HERNANDEZ ARCHITECT

B+G DESIGN, INC.

Coral Gables, FL jlharchitect.com

Hollywood, FL bandgdesign.com

KZ ARCHITECTURE

BILLY BLANCO DESIGNS, LLC

Bay Harbor Islands, FL kzarchitecture.com

Miami Beach, FL billyblancodesigns.com

LARQCON GROUP, INC.

B. PILA DESIGN STUDIO

Miramar, FL 305.219.3213

Miami, FL bpiladesign.com

MAHONEY HOMES, INC.

BUILT BY OWNER, INC.

Boca Raton, FL 561.395.4062

Fort Lauderdale, FL builtbyownerinc.com

MURAKAMI LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTS

CAD INTERNATIONAL

Miami, FL cadintl.com

Delray Beach, FL 561.276.7750

CINDY RAY INTERIORS, INC.

Palm Beach, FL cindyray.com COLESTOCK & MUIR ARCHITECTS, P.A.

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Boca Raton, FL cmarchitects.com COLLABORATIVE INDEPENDENT, INC.

Miami, FL collaborativeindependent.com DAILEY JANSSEN ARCHITECTS

West Palm Beach, FL daileyjanssen.com

NEWMAN BROTHERS CONSTRUCTION & DEVELOPMENT

Aventura, FL newmanbc.com NIETO DESIGN

DESIGN ELEMENTS

Boca Raton, FL deselements.com

HANDCRAFT CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT INC.

Deerfield Beach, FL 561.241.5517

DKOR INTERIORS, INC.

North Miami, FL dkorinteriors.com

HIDALGO CONSTRUCTION CO., INC.

Coral Gables, FL hidalgoconstruction.com

Miami, FL edndesign.com NIEVERA WILLIAMS DESIGN

Palm Beach, FL marionieveradesign.com NUHOUSE FURNITURE + DESIGN

Miami Beach, FL nuhousefurniture.com


PETERS & MBIANGO INTERIORS

Miami, FL petersandmbiangointeriors.com PHDESIGN

Miami Beach, FL phdesignstudio.com PLANT THE FUTURE, INC.

Miami, FL plantthefuture.com

GEORGIA

ILLINOIS

MCALPINE BOOTH & FERRIER INTERIORS

ARTEMISIA LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE

Atlanta, GA mcalpineboothferrier.com

Chicago, IL 312.654.1708

RAYMOND GOINS

BARDES INTERIORS

Atlanta, GA rlgoins.com

Winnetka, IL bardesinteriors.com

BULLEY & ANDREWS, LLC

Chicago, IL bulley.com CULLIGAN ABRAHAM ARCHITECTURE

Clarendon Hills, IL culliganabrahamarchitecture.com DARCY BONNER AND ASSOCIATES, LLC

Chicago, IL darcybonner.com

RAMON PACHECO & ASSOCIATES

DESIGN STUDIO 24, LLC

Miami, FL pachecoarch.com

Northbrook, IL 847.564.4501

RANDALL STOFFT ARCHITECTS

EVA QUATEMAN INTERIORS

Chicago, IL evaquateman.com

Delray Beach, FL stofft.com

FRANKLIN & WELLS, LLC

Chicago, IL 312.316.4777

RAYMOND JUNGLES, INC.

Miami, FL raymondjungles.com

GLEN LUSBY INTERIORS

Chicago, IL glenlusbyinteriors.com

SANCHEZ & MADDUX, INC.

Palm Beach, FL sanchezandmaddux.net

GOLDBERG GENERAL CONTRACTING, INC.

STAMBUL GENERAL CONTRACTORS

Chicago, IL ggcinc.net

Miami, FL stambulusa.com

HAROLD O. SCHULZ CO., INC.

Evanston, IL hoschulz.com

TRACY CONSTRUCTION North Miami Beach, FL

tracyluxuryconstruction.com

HEYNSSENS + GRASSMAN

Park City, IL hglandscape.com

TROPICAL WAY LANDSCAPING

Miami, FL tropicalwaylandscaping.com TURNBERRY ASSOCIATES

H. GARY FRANK ARCHITECTS AIA, LTD.

Aventura, FL turnberry.com

Winnetka, IL hgaryfrankarchitects.com

VILLAGE ARCHITECTS AIA, INC.

HIGHGATE BUILDERS, INC.

Tequesta, FL village-architects.com

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Glencoe, IL highgatebuilders.net

WEBB BUILDERS, INC.

HOERR SCHAUDT LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTS

Juno Beach, FL webb-builders.com

Chicago, IL hoerrschaudt.com

YOSHINO ARCHITECTURE

Boca Raton, FL yoshinoarchitects.com Z.W. JAROSZ ARCHITECT, P.A.

Miami, FL jaroszarch.com

IDAHO SHAWBACK DESIGN

Sun Valley, ID shawbackdesign.com

BLUTTER SHIFF DESIGN ASSOCIATES

Chicago, IL bluttershiff.com BUCKINGHAM INTERIORS + DESIGN, LLC

Chicago, IL buckinghamid.com

JAMESTHOMAS LLC

Chicago, IL jtliving.com J.P. MOTS, INC.

Chicago, IL 773.960.0888


Illinois continued

RUGO RAFF, LTD. ARCHITECTS

KADLEC ARCHITECTURE + DESIGN

Chicago, IL rugoraff.com

Chicago, IL kadlecdesign.com KAUFMAN SEGAL DESIGN

Chicago, IL kaufmansegal.com

SERVICE CONSTRUCTION OF ILLINOIS, INC.

Lake Forest, IL 847.996.1200

SPACE LAB

Chicago, IL spacelabinc.com TED & SON CONSTRUCTION CO., INC.

Glenview, IL 847.730.5775

INTERNATIONAL AGLARCHITECTURE

Tijuana, Mexico 01152.664.681.6464 DIARQ DESIGN AND ARCHITECTURE

Lomas de Chapultepec, Mexico diarq.com

KETTELKAMP & KETTELKAMP LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE

MASSACHUSETTS

Evanston, IL kandkla.com

INSIDE/OUT, LTD.

Concord, MA 978.369.2643

KRW DESIGN ASSOCIATES

Barrington, IL krwdesign.net

MICHIGAN

LINN-MATHES, INC.

Chicago, IL linn-mathes.com

ERIC CHARLES DESIGNS

Birmingham, MI ericcharlesdesigns.com

LISA WOLFE DESIGN, LTD.

Chicago, IL lisawolfedesign.com

NEW JERSEY

MARIOTTINI, INC.

AIROD, INC.

Itasca, IL mttini.com

Oradell, NJ 201.767.7717

MARVIN HERMAN & ASSOCIATES ARCHITECTS

JAMES PARAGANO ARCHITECT LLC

Chicago, IL 312.787.0347

Morristown, NJ jamesparagano.com

MICHAEL ABRAMS LIMITED

M. FREDERICK LLC

Chicago, IL michaelabrams.com

Gladstone, NJ mfrederick.com

MICHAEL HERSHENSON ARCHITECTS

SUSAN HEIDENBERG DESIGN

Evanston, IL michaelhershensonarchitects.com

Demarest, NJ susanheidenbergdesign.com

MICHAEL RICHMAN INTERIORS

NEW YORK

Chicago, IL richmaninteriors.com MORGANTE-WILSON ARCHITECTS, LTD.

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Evanston, IL morgantewilson.com PETRA ADELFANG DESIGN

Glencoe, IL petraadelfang.com R. SCOTT JAVORE & ASSOCIATES, LTD.

Glencoe, IL javorearchitects.com

ABRAHAM LITTLE NECK DEVELOPMENT GROUP

Huntington, NY 631.385.7600 ANDI PEPPER INTERIOR DESIGN

SCOTT HIMMEL ARCHITECT, P.C.

Chicago, IL scotthimmel.com

WEISS ENTERPRISES

Highwood, IL 847.266.8811

S.N. PECK BUILDER, INC.

WELLS & FOX ARCHITECTURAL INTERIORS

Chicago, IL snpbuilder.com

Chicago, IL wellsfox.com

New York, NY andipepper.com AJS DESIGN/S

New York, NY ajsdesignsnyc.com BUNNY WILLIAMS, INC.

New York, NY bunnywilliams.com


CR STUDIO ARCHITECTS, PC

New York, NY crstudio.com

MARSHALL WATSON INTERIORS

New York, NY marshallwatsoninteriors.com

CULLMAN & KRAVIS, INC.

New York, NY cullmankravis.com DIRTWORKS, PC LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE

MY BOYS CONTRACTING

Smithtown, NY myboyscontracting.com

REES ROBERTS + PARTNERS LLC

New York, NY reesroberts.com

NJD, INC. MATTHEW KORN ARCHITECTURE, P.C.

Roslyn, NY 516.626.2800

New York, NY nanjoodesign.com

New York, NY dirtworks.us

ROBERT A.M. STERN ARCHITECTS, LLP

New York, NY ramsa.com ROBERT J. CAMPBELL JR., & SONS

Millbrook, NY rjcampbellinc.com

DRAKE DESIGN ASSOCIATES

New York, NY drakedesignassociates.com

ROBERT PASSAL INTERIOR & ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN New York, NY

FANUKA, INC.

Maspeth, NY fanuka.com

robertpassal.com

FLANK ARCHITECTURE

ROSENBLUM ARCHITECTS

New York, NY flankonline.com

New York, NY 212.352.0001

GARCIA MALDONADO, INC.

New York, NY garciamaldonado.com

SCOTT SANDERS LLC

New York, NY scottsandersllc.com

GEORGE E. VICKERS, JR., ENTERPRISES, INC.

SHAWN HENDERSON INTERIOR DESIGN

Westhampton Beach, NY georgevickers.com

New York, NY shawnhenderson.com

HOBBS, INC.

New York, NY hobbsinc.com

STEPHEN B. JACOBS GROUP, P.C.

New York, NY sbjgroup.com

IKE KLIGERMAN BARKLEY ARCHITECTS, P.C.

New York, NY ikba.com

STEVEN HARRIS ARCHITECTS LLP

New York, NY stevenharrisarchitects.com

JAMES MCCHESNEY ARCHITECT

Southampton, NY jamesmcchesneyarchitect.com

TACONIC BUILDERS, INC.

New York, NY taconicbuilders.com

JED JOHNSON ASSOCIATES, INC.

New York, NY jedjohnson.com

TCM CORPORATION Cover images clockwise from top left: Austin Spring 2012, Los Angeles Fall 2011, Colorado Winter 2012, Chicago Winter 2012, Colorado Spring 2011, Los Angeles Spring 2012

JENNIFER POST DESIGN INC.

VICENTE WOLF ASSOCIATES, INC.

New York, NY jenniferpostdesign.com JUAN MONTOYA DESIGN CORP.

New York, NY juanmontoyadesign.com LANDMARK DEVELOPMENT

New York, NY landmark-development.com

Long Island City, NY 718.391.0088

New York, NY vicentewolf.com

MCDONOUGH & CONROY ARCHITECTS, P.C.

PAUL MCDONNELL INTERIORS

Bridgehampton, NY mcdonoughconroy.com

New York, NY 212.794.1196

OHIO

MICHAEL RUBIN ARCHITECT, PLLC

PHILIP GORRIVAN DESIGN

JOHN SENHAUSER ARCHITECTS

New York, NY michaelrubinarchitects.com

New York, NY philipgorrivan.com

Cincinnati, OH senhauserarchitects.com


OREGON BONNIE BARG ARCHITECTS PC

Portland, OR bonniebarg-architects.com BINGHAM DESIGN GROUP

Portland, OR 503.223.6135

CCM GENERAL CONTRACTORS, INC.

Dallas, TX ccmgc.us

DICK CLARK ARCHITECTURE

Austin, TX dcarch.com

CEYLON ET CIE

EDWARD B. FRIERSON, ARCHITECT

Dallas, TX ceylonetcie.com

Austin, TX 512.502.9340

CHAS ARCHITECTS

FREDERICK FUENTES, INC.

Austin, TX chasarchitects.com

Driftwood, TX 512.829.4378

DELAHUNT HOMES, INC.

JAMES MCINROE INCORPORATED

Dallas, TX 214.526.8078 JAN SHOWERS & ASSOCIATES

Dallas, TX janshowers.com JERRY BRINKERHOFF, INC.

Dallas, TX 214.363.4750 JOY KLING INTERIOR DESIGN

Portland, OR delahunthomes.com

Austin, TX joykling.com

JENNIFER BAINES INTERIORS

K. GREINER DESIGN

Lake Oswego, OR jennybaines.com

Austin, TX 512.698.4144

JESSICA HELGERSON INTERIOR DESIGN

KURT AICHLER AND ASSOCIATES

Portland, OR jhinteriordesign.com

Houston, TX kurtaichler.com

KOCH LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE

LAURA U, INC.

Portland, OR kochla.com

Houston, TX laurau.com

REVEAL ARCHITECTURE + INTERIORS LLC

L. PEARSON DESIGN

Houston, TX lauriepearsonblog.com

Portland, OR revealarchitecture.com

LUCAS/EILERS DESIGN ASSOCIATES, LLP

TEXAS

Houston, TX lucaseilers.com

ABODE, INC.

Austin, TX fernsantini.com ALAN CANO DESIGNS

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Austin, TX 512.657.4540 ALLAN EDWARDS BUILDER, INC.

Houston, TX aedwards.com BERCY CHEN STUDIO LP

Austin, TX bcarc.com BULHON DESIGN ASSOCIATES

Austin, TX bulhon.com CALLOWAY CUSTOM BUILDERS

Houston, TX 713.523.7144

MANNING SNELLING & MCILYAR GENERAL CONTRACTORS, INC.

Dallas, TX msmhomebuilders.com MARIA GOMEZ

CLASSIC CONSTRUCTORS

Austin, TX classicconstructors.com

FUSCH ARCHITECTS, INC.

Dallas, TX fuscharchitects.com HOWARD BUILDERS INC.

CORNERSTONE GROUP ARCHITECTS

Austin, TX cgapartners.net CRAVOTTA STUDIOS

Austin, TX cravottastudios.com

Austin, TX howardbuildersinc.com JAMES D. LARUE ARCHITECTS

Austin, TX larue-architects.com

Dallas, TX 214.303.1500 MICHAEL J. SILLER INTERIORS

Houston, TX mjsinteriors.com MICHAEL MALONE ARCHITECTS, INC.

Dallas, TX mma2000.com NEWBERRY CAMPA ARCHITECTS, LLC

Houston, TX newberrycampa.com


OLYMPIA HOMES, LTD.

DEMETRIOU ARCHITECTS

HOLLY MCKINLEY INTERIOR DESIGN, INC.

RAVENHILL CONSTRUCTION, INC.

Kirkland, WA demetriouarchitects.com

Seattle, WA hminteriors.com

Friday Harbor, WA ravenhillconstruction.com

RICHARD TRIMBLE & ASSOCIATES, INC.

GARDEN ARTISAN

HORTISCAPE NW, INC.

Dallas, TX richardtrimble.com

Friday Harbor, WA gardenartnz.com

Everett, WA 425.348.5300

R. DAVID ADAMS ASSOCIATES INC.

SPENCER CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT, LLC

GELOTTE HOMMAS ARCHITECTURE

KRUSE CONSTRUCTION COMPANY

ROBERTS WYGAL

Austin, TX

Bellevue, WA gelottehommas.com

Seattle, WA 206.715.4900

Kirkland, WA robertswygal.com

Spicewood, TX olympiahomesaustin.com

spencerconstructionmanagement.com STEPHEN KUBENKA ARCHITECTS

Seattle, WA rdavidadamsassoc.com

SCHUCHART/DOW

Seattle, WA schuchartdow.com

Austin, TX kubenka.com

SCHULTZ MILLER

Seattle, WA schultzmiller.com

STOCKER HOESTEREY MONTENEGRO

Dallas, TX shmarchitects.com

STUART SILK ARCHITECTS LIMITED PS Seattle, WA

S & W CONSTRUCTION

Austin, TX fordstreibuilders.com

stuartsilk.com

SULLIVAN CONARD ARCHITECTS

TEXAS CONSTRUCTION COMPANY

Seattle, WA sullivanconard.com

Austin, TX txconstruct.com

SUNDBERG KENNEDY LY-AU YOUNG ARCHITECTS

UTAH

Seattle, WA sklarchitects.com

KC BUILDERS

Salt Lake City, UT 801.961.8043

WASHINGTON, D.C. NEUMANN LEWIS BUCHANAN ARCHITECTS

WASHINGTON ALDRICH + ASSOCIATES, INC.

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Bothell, WA aldrich-assoc.com CASTANES ARCHITECTS PS AIA

Seattle, WA castanes.com DAVID BETTENCOURT GOULARTE INTERIOR DESIGN

Olympia, WA 360.754.2180 DEFOREST ARCHITECTS

Seattle, WA deforestarchitects.com

Washington, D.C. nlbarchitects.com OEHME, VAN SWEDEN & ASSOCIATES, INC.

HAMILTON PROPERTIES LLC

Olympia, WA 360.951.0183

MADTES DESIGN LLC

Bellevue, WA madtesdesign.com NB DESIGN GROUP

HATTERY DESIGN

Vashon, WA 206.310.5535 HENSEL DESIGN STUDIOS

Seattle, WA henseldesignstudios.com

Seattle, WA nbdesigngroup.net PRENTISS ARCHITECTS,INC.

Seattle, WA prentissarchitects.com

Washington, D.C. ovsla.com

WISCONSIN SCHERRER CONSTRUCTION CO., INC.

Burlington, WI scherrerconstruction.com

VIRGINIA BARRY DIXON

Warrenton, VA barrydixon.com


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ADOBE HOUSE ANTIQUES 2700 North Campbell Avenue Tucson, AZ ...........520-325-9439 www.adobehouseantiques.com

CRAIG WICKERSHAM, INC. 15863 North Greenway-Hayden Loop, Suite 118 Scottsdale, AZ ......480-609-6766 www.craigwickersham.com

ARTSCAPES STONE SCULPTURE 8402 North 84th Street Scottsdale, AZ.............480-314-4468 www.artscapesinc.net

GOODALL WOOD CREATIONS 15125 North Hayden Road, Suite 118 Scottsdale, AZ ......... 623-879-6300 www.goodallwoodcreations.com

AUGUSTUS PARIS ANTIQUES 2522 East Fort Lowell Tucson, AZ ...........520-289-5181

KEVIN B. HOWARD ARCHITECTS 8339 North Oracle Road, Suite 110 Oro Valley, AZ .............520-322-6800 www.kbharchitect.com

KEVIN CARON STUDIOS, LLC. 5831 North 46th Place Phoenix, AZ ..........602-952-8767 www.kevincaron.com

LINEAR FINE WOODWORKING 2825 South 46th Street Phoenix, AZ............... 480-968-1223 www.linearfinewoodworking.com

CEST LA VIE VINTAGE BOUTIQUE 1918 East Prince Road Tucson, AZ ...........520-326-0299 www.cestlavievintageboutique.com

PHX ARCHITECTURE 7507 East McDonald Drive, Suite B Scottsdale, AZ ......480-477-1111 www.phxarch.com

GREY HOUSE ANTIQUES 2301 North Country Club Road Tucson, AZ ...........520-325-0400 www.greyhouseantiques.com

ROBINETTE ARCHITECTS, INC. 1670 East River Road, Suite 112 Tucson, AZ................. 520-323-3979 www.robinettearchitect.com

TOM’S FINE FURNITURE & COLLECTIBLES 5454 East Pima Street Tucson, AZ ...........520-795-5210

SOLOWAY DESIGNS, INC. 7532 North La Cholla Boulevard Tucson, AZ ............... 520-219-6302 www.soloway-designs.com

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GLASS ILLUSIONS 150 South Camino Seco, Suite 119 Tucson, AZ ............ 520-296-5752 www.glassillusionsstudio.com

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DECORATIVE PLUMBING AND HARDWARE ASSOCIATION 800-218-8047 www.dpha.net

ALLSTATE APPLIANCES 15250 North Hayden Road Scottsdale, AZ ............ 480-948-9896 www.allstateappliances.com

GRIZZLY IRON, INC. 1329 West Lincoln Street Phoenix, AZ........... 602-716-9660 www.grizzlyiron.com

ROCKY MOUNTAIN HARDWARE 888-552-9472 www.rockymountainhardware.com

GAGGENAU 877-4GAGGENAU www.gaggenau-usa.com

KING ARCHITECTURAL METALS 9611 East RL Thornton Fwy Dallas, TX ............214-439-8149 www.kingmetals.com

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JENN AIR 800-JENN-AIR www.jennair.com

SUB-ZERO 800-222-7820 www.subzero.com

SUB-ZERO WOLF 15570 North 83rd Way Scottsdale, AZ ............480-921-0900 www.subzero.com/phoenix

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SUN VALLEY BRONZE ARCHITECTURAL MOLDINGS

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CUSTOM WOODWORKING

DISTINCTIVE CUSTOM CABINETRY 1819 West Rose Garden, Suite 1 Phoenix, AZ............... 623-414-4722 www.distinctivecc.com

WOODCASE FINE CABINETRY 8340 East Raintree Drive, Suite B8 Scottsdale, AZ .....480-948-0756 www.woodcaseinc.net WOODCREST FINE CABINETRY 8355 East Buthenus Street, Suite 5 Scottsdale, AZ ......602-469-5500 www.woodcrestcabinetry.com WOODESIGN, INC. 3234 East Corona Avenue Phoenix, AZ........... 602-305-9550 www.woodesign.us

DECORATIVE PLUMBING

R & R WHOLESALE PLUMBING, LLC. 7830 East Redfield Road, Suite 8 Scottsdale, AZ ......480-991-9624 www.rrwholesale.com

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ARIZONA BLIND & SUPPLY 2900 East Broadway, Suite 100 Tucson, AZ ............ 520-884-7300 www.hdwfg.com/arizonablind

DUCHATEAU FLOORS 1501 Front Street, Suite 115 San Deigo, CA........888-DUCHATEAU www.duchateaufloors.com

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THE MODERN FAN COMPANY 888-588-3267 www.modernfan.com

TODAY’S INTERIORS 1106 East Glendale Avenue Phoenix, AZ .......... 602-997-2500 www.todaysinteriors.com

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USONA

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HOKANSON RUGS AND CARPETS 800-255-5720 www.hokansoncarpet.com

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KYLE BUNTING, INC. 512-264-1148 www.kylebunting.com

HUDSON FURNITURE, INC. 419 West 14th Street, 2nd Floor New York, NY ......... 212-645-7800 www.hudsonfurnitureinc.com

THINK ART 15125 Hayden Road, Suite 101 Scottsdale, AZ ......480-998-9790 www.thinkfineart.com

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RUG GALLERY 1825 East River Road Tucson, AZ ...........520-571-7847 www.ruggallery.com

IRONIES 510-644-2100 www.ironies.com

EXPOSURES FINE ART GALLERY 561 Hwy 179 Sedona, AZ ...........928-282-1125 www.exposuresfineart.com

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GOLDENSTEIN GALLERY 390 North State Route 89, Suite A Sedona, AZ ...........928-204-1765 www.goldensteinart.com

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KUIVATO GLASS GALLERY 336 Highway 179, Tlaquepaque Suite B-125 Sedona, AZ ...........928-282-1212 www.kuivato.com

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ANTOINE PROULX 3320 North 44th Street Phoenix, AZ ..........602-952-1580 www.antoineproulx.com

JOHN BROOKS, INC. 2712 North 68th Street, Suite 1 Scottsdale, AZ ...........480-675-8828 www.johnbrooksinc.com

SCOTTSDALE FINE ART 7116 East Main Street Scottsdale, AZ ......480-990-3100 www.scottsdalefineart.com

ROMO, INC. 800-338-2783 www.romo.com

BAKER + HESSELDENZ DESIGN 8125 East Moonstone Drive Tucson, AZ................. 520-760-0037 www.bakerhesseldenz.com

LEE INDUSTRIES 800-892-7150 www.furniturebylee.com

SKYLINE GALLERY 6360 North Campbell Avenue Suite 150 Tucson, AZ ...........520-615-3800 www.skylinegallerytucson.com

VERVAIN 800-611-8686 www.vervain.com

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LEXINGTON HOME BRANDS www.lexington.com

TLAQUEPAQUE 336 State Road 179 Sedona, AZ ...........928-282-4838 www.tlaq.com

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TURQUOISE TORTOISE GALLERY Hosho Center 431 State Route 179, Suite A-3 Sedona, AZ............ 928-282-2262 www.turquoisetortoisegallery.com

ALYSHAAN FINE RUGS 15125 North Hayden Road, Suite 110 Scottsdale, AZ.............480-607-4955 www.alyshaan.com

CONTENTS INTERIORS 3401 East Fort Lowell Road Tucson, AZ .................520-881-6900 www.contentsinteriors.com

MOTO ART 310-375-4531 www.motoart.com

BOARD BROKERS 888-270-8797 www.boardbrokers.com

COPENHAGEN 3660 Fort Lowell Road Tucson, AZ ............ 520-795-0316 www.copenhagenliving.com

ONE POSH PLACE 5625 East Indian School Road Phoenix, AZ.................480-941-8054 www.oneposhplace.com

AUTOMATION SPECIALISTS, INC. 4237 East Grant Road Tucson, AZ ...........520-299-6838 www.automationspecialists.net

DAVID E. ADLER, INC. 7350 North Dobson Road, Suite 108 Scottsdale, AZ ........... 480-513-3200 www.davideadler.com

FIESTA FURNISHINGS 15320 North Hayden Road Scottsdale, AZ ............480-951-3239 www.fiestafurnishings.com

THE EMBELISHED HOUSE 10802 North Scottsdale Road Scottsdale, AZ ......480-991-2610 www.theembellishedhouse.com

AUTON MOTORIZED SYSTEMS 661-257-9282 www.auton.com

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CYBER SOUND & SECURITY 16559 North 92nd Street, Suite 115 Scottsdale, AZ ...........480-483-6900 www.cybersound.tv

SAGE LUXURY HOMES 6831 East 5th Avenue, 1st Floor Scottsdale, AZ............. 480-518-1104 www.sageluxuryhomes.com

LORI CARROLL & ASSOCIATES 2496 East River Road, Suite 100 Tucson, AZ................. 520-886-3443 www.loricarroll.com

BULTHAUP 4225 North Marshall Way Scottsdale, AZ ............480-945-5500 www.bulthaup.com

DESERT SOUND & SECURITY 20650 North 29th Place, Suite 100 Phoenix, AZ................. 877-250-5458 www.desertsound.com

SALCITO CUSTOM HOMES 20909 North 90th Place, Suite 202 Scottsdale, AZ ............ 480-585-5065 www.salcito.com

LYNNE BEYER DESIGN, INC. Phoenix, AZ ..........602-377-0287 www.lynnebeyer.com

CLYDE HARDWARE COMPANY, INC. 4808 North 15th Street Phoenix, AZ ..........602-264-2106 www.clydehardware.com

ELITE HOME TECHNOLOGY 15720 North Greenway-Hayden Loop Suite 1 Scottsdale, AZ ............ 480-609-4560 www.elitehometechnology.com

SONORA WEST DEVELOPMENT, INC. 9260 East Raintree Drive, Suite 100 Scottsdale, AZ ......602-667-3145 www.sonorawestdev.com

ONE POSH PLACE 5625 East Indian School Road Phoenix, AZ.................480-941-8054 www.oneposhplaceaz.com

CLYDE HARDWARE COMPANY, INC. 331 South Olsen Avenue Tucson, AZ ...........520-622-6431 www.clydehardware.net

SOMMER CUSTOM HOMES, LLC 16597 North 92nd Street, Suite 109 Scottsdale, AZ ......602-818-2726 www.sommercustomhomes.com

OWNBY DESIGN 13825 North Northsight Boulevard Suite A120 Scottsdale, AZ ............480-575-8448 www.ownbydesign.com

EGGERSMANN USA 800-276-1239 info@eggersmannusa.com www.eggersmannusa.com

ROBINSON PERRY DESIGN GROUP 610 South Park Tucson, AZ.................520-628-9500 www.robinsonperrydesign.com

FERGUSON BATH, KITCHEN & LIGHTING GALLERY 8340 East Raintree Drive, Building A-1 Scottsdale, AZ ............480-556-0103 www.ferguson.com

HOME BUILDERS & REMODELERS

KITCHELL CUSTOM HOMES 1707 East Highland Avenue, Phoenix, AZ ..........602-798-5700 www.kitchellcustomhomes.com

INTERIOR DESIGNERS

ARGUE CUSTOM HOMES, INC. Scottsdale, AZ ........... 602-692-7843 www.arguecustomhomes.com

BAKER + HESSELDENZ DESIGN 8125 East Moonstone Drive Tucson, AZ................. 520-760-0037 www.bakerhesseldenz.com

STUDIO V 7550 East McDonald Drive Scottsdale, AZ.............480-922-3200 www.studiovinteriors.com

FERGUSON BATH, KITCHEN & LIGHTING GALLERY 3688 West Orange Grove Road Tucson, AZ .................... 520-575-7320 www.ferguson.com

ASSURANCE BUILDERS 702 North Janal Circle Tucson, AZ ...........520-909-2381 www.assurancebuilders.com

CHARLES GLOVER INTERIORS 9170 East Bahia Drive, Suite 101 Scottsdale, AZ ........... 480-478-6652 www.charlesgloverinteriors.com

VALLONE DESIGN INC. 7007 East 3rd Avenue Scottsdale, AZ ...... 480-421-2799 www.vallonedesign.com

J. TRIBBLE COLLECTION 747 Miami Circle Atlanta, GA ...........888-652-6116 www.jtribble.com

HILLIS BOLTE 8080 East Gelding Drive, Suite 109 Scottsdale, AZ ............480-990-7979 www.hillisbolte.com

DAVID MICHAEL MILLER ASSOCIATES 7034 East 1st Avenue Scottsdale, AZ ...... 480-425-7545 www.davidmichaelmiller.com

WISEMAN AND GALE 4015 North Marshall Way Scottsdale, AZ ............480-945-8447 www.wiseandgale.com

ROHL 800-777-9762 www.rohlhome.com

INTERIOR TRENDS 3227 North Palaverde Avenue Tucson, AZ ...........520-529-8459 www.interiortrendstucson.com

DEBI WEBER DESIGN GROUP, LLC 5635 East Lincoln Drive, Suite 21 Paradise Valley, AZ .... 480-991-6651 www.debiweberinteriors.com

K. HOVNANIAN HOMES 802 North 3rd Avenue Phoenix, AZ ..........602-462-2200 www.riester.com

DESIGN DIRECTIVES Scottsdale, AZ ........... 480-443-4800 www.susanherskerasid.com

LUSTER CUSTOM HOMES 14850 North Scottsdale Road, Suite 295 Scottsdale, AZ ............480-304-5525 www.lustercustomhomes.com

DEWITT DESIGNS Tucson, AZ ...........520-622-1326 www.dewittdesignsinc.com

MCCALEB CONSTRUCTION, INC. 6565 East Grant Road Tucson, AZ..................520-323-2100 www.mccalebconstruction.com

EST EST, INC. 17770 North Pacesetter Way Scottsdale, AZ ......480-563-1555 www.estestinc.com

ABLE DISTIBUTING 9015 East Pima Center Parkway Scottsdale, AZ ...... 480-302-0220 www.ablekitchenbath.com

MILESTONE HOMES 3615 North Prince Village Place Suite 141 Tucson, AZ..................520-322-6336 www.milestone-homes.com

JAMIE HERZLINGER INTERIORS 4400 North Scottsdale Road, Suite 705 Scottsdale, AZ ...... 602-795-3824 www.jamieherzlinger.com

ARIZONA CABINETS PROS 4524 East Skyline Drive, Suite 105 Tucson, AZ ...........520-403-9479 www.arizonacabinetpros.com

BERGHOFF DESIGN GROUP 7000 East McDowell Road, Suite 100 Scottsdale, AZ ...... 480-481-3433 www.berghoffdesign.com

MODERN GROUP 8271 East Gelding Drive Scottsdale, AZ ......480-398-1850 www.moderngroupaz.com

JANET BROOKS DESIGN 8701 East Vista Bonita Drive Suite 115 Scottsdale, AZ ......480-776-2700 www.janetbrooksdesign.com

ARIZONA DESIGNS 2425 East Ft. Lowell Tucson, AZ ...........520-971-1921 www.arizonadesigns.com

DESIGN COLLABORATIONS 2719 East Broadway Boulevard Tucson, AZ ............ 520-623-8068 www.designcollaborations.com

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SIEMATIC MÖBELWERKE USA

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JEWELRY

MARSHALL’S JEWELERS 4755 East Grant Road Tucson, AZ ............ 520-325-9955 www.marshalls-jewelers.com

KITCHEN & BATH

TOTO 800-350-8686 www.totousa.com

WATERWORKS 800-591-2684 www.waterworks.com

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OUTDOOR LIVING

PLANT SOLUTIONS 7255 East Adobe Drive, Suite 101 Scottsdale, AZ ...........480-585-9501 www.plantsolutions.com

BACKYARD BOUTIQUE 2229 North Country Club Tucson, AZ ............ 520-795-3123 www.abackyardboutique.com

XEROPHYTIC DESIGN, INC. Phoenix, AZ........... 602-231-9728 www.xero.pro

INSIDE/OUT SHOWROOMS 7350 North Dobson Road, Suite 134 Scottsdale, AZ ...... 480-994-1060 www.insideoutshowrooms.com

STONE & TILE

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FASHION BY ROBERT BLACK 7144 East 1st Avenue Scottsdale, AZ ......480-664-7770 www.fashionbyrobertblack.com

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FRACTURED EARTH TILE & STONE 3150 North Estrella Avenue Tucson, AZ ........... 520-620-6219 www.fracturedearth.com GRANITE PLANET 2702 North 1st Avenue Tucson, AZ ...........520-747-1008 www.graniteplanettucson.com

JANUS ET CIE

ANDREW LAUREN 2843 North Alvernon Way Tucson, AZ ........... 520-327-5669 www.andrewlauren.com

SANTA THERESA TILE WORKS 440 North 7th Street Tucson, AZ ........... 520-818-4802 www.santatheresatileworks.com

BEVOLO 504-522-9485 www.bevolo.com

MEXICAN GARDEN POTTERY 2901 North Oracle Road Tucson, AZ ...........520-624-4772

MONTERREY TILE 225 West Baseline Road Gilbert, AZ............. 480-507-7966 www.monterreytile.com

TINA ALEXANDER TILE & DESIGN 4225 East Camelback Road, Suite C Phoenix, AZ ..........602-955-0795

HACIENDA LIGHTING 15613 North Greenway-Hayden Loop, Suite 101 Scottsdale, AZ ......480-991-6767 www.haciendalighting.com

ON THE VERANDA 4748 East Indian School Road Phoenix, AZ........... 602-955-8690 www.ontheveranda.net

PALO CRISTI STONE MASONRY COMPANY 29834 North Cave Creek Road, Suite 118-222 Cave Creek, AZ ....602-762-6580 www.palocrististone.com

WALKER ZANGER www.walkerzanger.com

HINKLEY’S LIGHTING 16049 North Greenway-Hayden Loop Scottsdale, AZ ..... 480-948-8799 www.hinkleyslighting.com

PLANT SOLUTIONS 7255 East Adobe Drive, Suite 101 Scottsdale, AZ ............480-585-8501 www.plantsolutions.com

PICASSO TILE & DESIGN 126 West Forest Grove Avenue Phoenix, AZ........... 602-225-0525 www.picassotile.com

LITTMAN BRANDS www.littmanbrands.com

STONE CACTUS 1647 East Broadway Tucson, AZ ............ 520-884-0027 www.stonecactuswaterfalls.com

ALPENTILE 602-541-3065 www.alpentile.com

CHRIS BUBANY STUDIO 150 Camino Seco, Suite 120 Tucson, AZ ............ 520-885-2960 www.chrisbubany.com

STATEWIDE LIGHTING 8920 East San Victor Drive Scottsdale, AZ ...... 480-391-0452 www.statewidelighting.com

WEATHEREND 800-456-6483 www.weatherend.com

ANTOLINI LUIGI www.antoliniusa.com

LENOX www.lenox.com

LIGHTING

LUXURY BEDDING

DEL ADORA HOME 8936 East Pinnacle Peak Road Scottsdale, AZ ...... 480-563-1579 www.deladora.com VALERIANNE OF SCOTTSDALE 7033 East 1st Avenue Scottsdale, AZ ........... 480-946-8772 www.valerianne.com

ORGANIZATIONAL SOLUTIONS

CALIFORNIA CLOSETS 866-870-4814 www.californiaclosets.com

800-24-JANUS www.janusetcie.com

POOL BUILDERS

MOSSMAN BROTHERS POOLS, INC. 9382 East Bahia Drive, Suite B102 Scottsdale, AZ ............... 480-596-9020 www.mossmanbrotherspools.com

REAL ES TATE

ARTESANA TILE 2301 East Speedway Boulevard Tucson, AZ ...........520-319-1777 www.artesanatile.com CAESARSTONE www.caesarstoneus.com

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WINE CELLARS

INNOVATIVE WINE CELLAR DESIGNS 8340 East Raintree Drive Scottsdale, AZ ...... 480-538-1288 www.winecellardesigns.biz

CANTERA CUSTOM CREATIONS 4818 East Speedway Boulevard Tucson, AZ ............520-326-6051 www.canteracustomcreations.com

EMSHWILLER REAL ESTATE LLC 970-618-1495 www.emshwillerrealestate.com

CARLY QUINN DESIGNS 403 North 6th Avenue, Suite 119 Tucson, AZ ...........520-271-3155 www.carlyquinndesigns.com

LUXURY PORTFOLIO FINE PROPERTY COLLECTION www.luxuryportfolio.com

COUNTERTOP VALET 641 South 53rd Avenue Phoenix, AZ ............... 602-233-0520 www.countertopvalet.com

THE MOEN GROUP 7033 East Greenway Parkway, Suite 140 Scottsdale, AZ ............ 480-315-0991 www.themoengroup.com

ELDORADO STONE 800-925-1491 www.eldoradostone.com

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GATHERINGS

Photography by Robin Stancliff Photography

SUB-ZERO/WOLF HOSTS WINE AND DESIGN On February 8, Sub-Zero and Wolf hosted a launch party at Tucson’s Armitage Wine Lounge & Café to kick off their Kitchen Design Contest. Luxe Interiors + Design was a proud co-sponsor of the event, where guests enjoyed incredible wines and appetizers.

Photography by Michael Baxter Imaging

SUB-ZERO/WOLF KITCHEN DESIGN CONTEST Along with co-sponsor Luxe Interiors + Design, Sub-Zero and Wolf held another Kitchen Design Contest launch party on February 23 at El Chorro in Paradise Valley. This event included a lovely evening of cocktails and conversation.


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GATHERINGS

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SOUTHWEST CENTER FOR HIV/AIDS KICKOFF EVENT On March 21, Luxe Interiors + Design, John Brooks Inc. and Gebert Gallery came together to host an incredible kickoff celebration for the Southwest Center for HIV/AIDS Tour for Life event launching this fall. Guests enjoyed a fabulous evening at the gallery with hors d’oeuvres provided by Robert’s Catering and models adorned in clothing from Fashion by Robert Black.


GATHERINGS

Photography by Tim Fuller Photography

LORI C ARROLL & ASSOCIATES CELEBRATES 30 YEARS Lori Carroll & Associates hosted a lovely evening on April 12, celebrating 30 years in interior design. Clients and colleagues came out to toast this special anniversary, where guests enjoyed libations and lively music. A special congratulations goes out to Lori and her incredible team!


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