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11 RANCHO MAGDALENA mls 201502448 $2,175,000 Outstanding Equestrian Ridge-Top Compound - 5 br, 5 ba, 9,146 sq.ft., 20.064 acres Amber Haskell • 505.470.0923 • AHaskell@aol.com
15 RABBITBRUSH ROAD mls 201504309 $1,595,000 New Contemporary Home - 3 br, 4 ba, 3,463 sq.ft., 2.523 acres Laurie Farber-Condon • 505.412.9912 • LFarber2008@gmail.com
22 PASEO DEL VENADO mls 201401691 $1,495,000 European Elegance Santa Fe Comfort - 3 br, 4 ba, 4,614 sq.ft., 5.06 acres Susan Kelly • 505.690.5417 • SusanEKelly@msn.com
817 E ZIA mls 201502248 $1,495,000 Near Eastside “Country” Home with Knockout Views - 4 br, 4 ba, 4,234 sq.ft., 1.686 acres Gavin Sayers • 505.690.3070 • SayersGavin@gmail.com
105 CALLE LA PENA mls 201502864 $1,495,000 Contemporary Meets The Historic Eastside - 2 br, 2 ba, 2,042 sq.ft., 0.289 acre Richard Shoegler • 505.577.5112 • Schoeg@comcast.net
1402B CERRO GORDO mls 201502524 $1,250,000 Farmhouse Style Residence And Guesthouse - 3 br, 4 ba, 3,568 sq.ft., 0.513 acre Jan Hamilton • 505.690.8994 • Jan@JanRHamilton.com
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Welcome to ShowHouse Santa Fe 2015! As co-chairs of the third annual Santa Fe Interior Designer ShowHouse, we’d like to wish you a warm welcome. ShowHouse Santa Fe is a collaboration of 29 local interior designers and numerous sponsors raising funds to benefit local children’s nonprofit Dollars4Schools.org. This year’s theme, Lux New Mex, recognizes the enduring influence of Santa Fe style while embracing the reinvented luxurious Western classics of leather, denim, and suede. We extend our tremendous thanks for the outpouring of support from our generous sponsors and to all the inspirational designers and volunteers for their time and exceptional work. We couldn’t have done this without you! We’d like to thank the owners of the Frank Applegate Estate—this year’s ShowHouse—Katie and Gerald Peters. Our gratitude goes to Santa Fe Properties Luxury Portfolio International: Liz Cale, president; and luxury realtors Deborah Bodelson and Cary Spier; all of whom have worked extremely hard to make this year’s event a success. Due to the scale of this impressive home, we were again able to increase the number of designers participating to build our support for Dollars4Schools. We also appreciate the hard work and dedication of our entire Designer Committee, and all the local artists and design businesses that made this such an amazing endeavor. Special thanks go out to our exclusive founding publication sponsor, Bruce Adams, and the entire team at Bella Media Group. We also want to recognize our vibrant board members Saguna Severson of Prull Construction and Kendra Henning of Reside Home. We’re grateful to our honorary chair, Wade Wilson, for his commitment to supporting this wonderful art and design event. Enjoy your visit to ShowHouse Santa Fe 2015 and be sure to come back with your family and friends.
David Naylor and Jennifer Ashton Founders and co-chairs, ShowHouse Santa Fe 2015
The Frank Applegate Estate: This Year’s ShowHouse
The theme of this year’s ShowHouse is “Reinventing Western Classics.” It’s perfect; because this year’s ShowHouse is not only a Western classic, it’s a Western classic that’s been reinvented several times since being built in the late 1700s. Located at 831 El Caminito and still known as the Frank Applegate Estate, it’s an original adobe that was built as an 18th-century fortress. It was purchased for $114 in 1845 by Sergeant Francisco de la Peña, a soldier of the Mexican Army who had fought at the Battle of the Alamo, and who was the first to reinvent the property, Enter Frank Applegate. Born in Illinois in 1881, he was an artist his entire life, starting out as a ceramist before becoming a painter. In the 1920s, while studying and teaching in the U.S. and in Europe, he met Picasso, Cezanne, and Matisse. A bit of a serial remodeler who regarded homes as “livable sculptures,” Applegate, who had thrown himself into Native and Colonial Hispanic arts and who quickly became a seminal player in developing and establishing the town’s historic conservation movement, soon turned his preservationist’s eye to the property on El Caminito. Gallery owner Gerald Peters and his wife Katie purchased the Applegate Estate in the mid-1980s. Cut from the same cloth as Applegate, the couple, who would fill the house with their four children, had already renovated five other adobes together. Yet, like its previous owner, they were determined to retain the history of the estate. Today, this tree-lined compound of six bedrooms and seven bathrooms, presented by Deborah Bodelson and Cary Spier of Santa Fe Properties, exemplifies everything that makes for a classic Western home: adobe, historic, and always more than ready to accommodate the new, the interesting, and the unexpected. It’s the perfect showcase for the 2015 theme. This year, ShowHouse Santa Fe features 29 local designers, each taking a room of the Applegate Estate and furnishing it according to the “Reinventing Western Classics” guidelines, with leather, denim, and suede. We are proud to announce our 2015 Real Estate Diamond Sponsor, Santa Fe Properties, founded in the Fall of 1986 by Edward W. “Wally” Sargent, and managed today by Liz Cale, President and Qualifying Broker. They are proud to be fourth-generation Santa Feans and have deep roots in the Santa Fe community. Serving Santa Fe also as a teacher, Wally knows the importance of the role schools and teachers have and invites you to join us in supporting the Dollars4Schools benefit. Santa Fe Properties has over 30 years experience in real estate brokerage and development, is Santa Fe’s leading independent real estate firm and has been voted #1 Best Real Estate Firm in Santa Fe since 2006. Santa Fe Properties is affiliated with nationally and internationally top-ranked Luxury Portfolio International. The listing brokers for the Applegate Estate are Deborah Bodelson and Cary Spier. Known as the Bodelson Spier Team, they have a total combined experience of over 30 years and are ranked as one of the top-producing teams in Santa Fe. This is a property with rich history and stories to tell. We invite you to meet us at the Estate, where history meets contemporary. The big reveal begins on Friday, October 2 at the Fiesta Preview Gala at 6 pm.
Proceeds from ShowHouse Santa Fe 2015 go to programs at Dollars 4 Schools: Proceeds from ShowHouse Santa Fe 2015 benefit children’s programs via Dollars4Schools.org, a nonprofit organization that funds activities, materials, and innovative programs for Santa Fe–area schools. Dollars4Schools’s website allows Santa Fe teachers and principals to submit programs that need funding along with a description of the program, the number of students it will serve, and the amount of money required to fund it. When you give directly to Dollars4Schools via its website, 100 percent of your donation goes to supporting Santa Fe public schoolteachers. Donations are tax-deductible to the extent provided by the law.
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Extending hear tfelt thanks to: ShowHouse cofounders Jennifer Ashton and David Naylor The Interior Designers of ShowHouse 2015 ShowHouse 2015 featured artist Zachariah Rieke The Compound Restaurant Bruce Adams D a v i d Wi l k i n s o n B . Y. C o o p e r and ever yone at Bella Media Group
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Friday, October 2, 6–9 pm 831 El Caminito, Santa Fe, NM 87505
Kickoff event: See the unveiling of ShowHouse 2015. Top Santa Fe interior designers interpret Western style done “Lux New Mex” in this historic home known as the Frank Applegate Estate, built in the 1700s.
FREE PARKING AND SHUTTLES LOCATED AT THE PARKING LOT ON CAMINO DE CRUZ BLANCA DIRECTLY ACROSS FROM SANTA FE PREP, STARTING AT 5:45 PM FOR THE FIESTA PREVIEW GALA EVENT.
Boutique “El Mercado” Committee Kendra Henning, Jeff Fenton, Chris Martinez, Amy Leary, Heather French, Kim McIntosh
SHOPHOUSE: Designer Rooms and the Design Boutique
Saturday, October 3, 11 am–6 pm Sunday, October 4, 11 am–4 pm
Buy event tickets for the Fiesta Preview Gala and the self-guided Home Tour at showhousesantafe.com or purchase tickets at the door! Fiesta Preview Gala Ticket Price: $100.00, Home Tour Ticket Pass for both weekends! $25.00
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Fiesta Gala Committee Gloria Devan: Chair; Pam Duncan, Buffy Kline, Saguna Severson, Marty Wilkinson Fiesta Decorations Patti Stivers, Virginia Smith, Catherine Clemens, Karen Rizzo, Erica Ortiz, Chandler Prewitt.
Music by Nacha Mendez, POP-UP LIVE AUCTION “LUX NEW MEX” food and drink. See the home and meet the designers.
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Sponsorship Committee Liz Cale: Chair; David Naylor, Jennifer Ashton, Megan Smith, Robin Smith, Jessica Savage, Levia O’Neill
Marketing & Social Media Committee Bruce Adams, Levia O’Neill, Karen Lankford, Jennifer Ashton, Chris Martinez, Bethany Putnam; Banner: Mandana Nowroozian Special Thanks! Ona Johnson, Dollars4Schools.org Project Director; Bella Media; Wade Wilson / Wade Wilson Art; Honorary Chair Liz Cale; Deb Bodelson and Cary Spier, Santa Fe Properties
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The historic Frank Applegate Estate is getting a "Lux New Mex" makeover for ShowHouse Santa Fe 2015.
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turning a historic Eastside home into the 2015 ShowHouse Santa Fe TWENTY-NINE TOP SANTA FE interior designers have come together to create the highly anticipated ShowHouse Santa Fe, making an extraordinary collaborative donation of their talents and resources as they update a historic Eastside estate in creative New Mexico styles. Individuals and teams have each redesigned an indoor or an outdoor space in the gorgeous Frank Applegate Estate, a late-18th-century adobe presented by the real estate team of Bodelson Spier. This year’s home “is not [simply] Santa Fe ‘style,’” says designer Jennifer Ashton of Jennifer Ashton Interiors about the ShowHouse choice for 2015. “With its history—so authentic to our region—it’s a Santa Fe original. We hadn’t yet done a project with such old bones.” Noting the world-famous “Santa Fe appeal,” she adds that the focus this year is to honor that concept without being cliché. The Frank Applegate Estate was perfect for this concept. With a fascinating history that includes its origins as a Spanish fortress, the six-bedroom home’s new look for 2015 will reflect this year’s theme of Lux New Mex by incorporating classic elements into new approaches. Ashton, who will be designing the living room along with her ShowHouse event cofounder David Naylor, explains the influence of fashion on this year’s design theme. “Last year it was metallic; this year it’s a return to leather, denim and suede,” she says, “and the challenge for the designers will be how to reinvent it.” The results of the transformations will be revealed on Friday, October 2, at a gala event (tickets for both the gala and the public tours are available online at ShowHouseSantaFe.com). The public may view the designers’ creations on Saturday, October 3, and Saturday, October 10, from 11 am to 6 pm; as well as Sunday, October 4, and Sunday, October 11, from 11 am to 4 pm. ShowHouse Santa Fe doubles as a fundraiser that
transforms not only living spaces but lives, as proceeds will once again benefit Dollars4Schools.org. Last year, more than 20 classroom projects were funded in literature, mathematics, special education, science, and the arts; and 50 children were assisted with warm winter clothing and other basic needs—all by monies raised from ShowHouse tickets and donations. All in all, approximately 2,000 schoolchildren were affected through improvements in school programs or other donations. ShowHouse Santa Fe 2015 anticipates having an even larger impact on these programs, and being able to affect the lives of many more area schoolchildren. ShowHouse Santa Fe, Saturday, October 3, and Saturday, October 10, 11 am—6 pm; Sunday, October 4, and Sunday, October 11, 11 am—4 pm; $25. Gala opening Friday, October 2, $100, 831 El Caminito Santa Fe, parking for Fiesta at Carmelite Monastery on Camino de Cruz Blanca across from Santa Fe Prep to catch the ShowHouse Santa Fe Shuttle for the Preview Gala 7
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ShowHouse 2015 Participating Designers A FUNDRAISING project that works to improve the quality of our children’s education, ShowHouse Santa Fe also gives local designers the opportunity to come together to share the challenges and camaraderie of their profession. By pooling their talents to create the ShowHouse, this inspiring group helps our schools and creates lasting beauty that benefits not just their clients but also the city at large.
The Living Room
Interiors inspired by art are the specialty of interior designer and Allied ASID member Jennifer Ashton of Santa Fe’s Jennifer Ashton Interiors. Ashton designs with artistic sensitivity for both residential and retail spaces using a sense of drama, a fresh eye, and unique combinations of traditional and contemporary elements. jenniferashtoninteriors.com, 505-913-0104
A Guest Bedroom Jeff Fenton, Chris Martinez, and Kendra Henning are owners and managing partners at Reside Home, where the philosophy is that good design should be accessible, the process fun, and the result unique and individual. Calling this room “Trophies and Traditions,” they note that “New Mexico has a rich history forged by indigenous cultures and pioneers whose trophies and traditions have influenced regional design trends.” residesfe.com, 505-780-5658
Catherine Clemens, landscape architect and principal of Clemens & Associates, Inc., began her career 30 years ago as a stonemason while pursuing her fine arts degree. Her love of design and creative problemsolving is reflected in her striking gardens, which incorporate strong architectural elements and unique finish details into comfortable outdoor living spaces. clemensandassociates.com, 505-982-4005
French & French Interiors began A Guest Bedroom their journey by remodeling houses. What sets them apart is the combination of skills they present. Matt French is the master of materials and processes. Heather French is the orchestrator, the mix of soft and hard—the flow. They seek authenticity in materials that bring meaning to a space. In this room, “We reflect the culture of Santa Fe through the combination of contemporary design with traditional craftsmanship.” frenchandfrenchinteriors.com, 941-258-8592
The Dining Room
Pam Duncan, Gloria Devan and Buffy Kline of Wiseman & Gale & Duncan Interiors: “The dining room was part of the original house built in the late 1700s and deserves the utmost respect in regard to the design. We have decided to give a nod to the rustic bones of the space while adding a touch of glamour and sparkle. Leather, damask, antique silver, rustic woods, and flickering candlelight complete our look.” wgdinteriors.com, 505-984-8544
The Maid’s Quarters Leslie Hall of Leslie Hall Art & Design says, “I chose the maid’s quarters of this historic house to honor all those who take care of the most intimate part of our lives —home. I honor their hard work, loyalty, and care with beauty, solace, and comfort. Featuring textiles and art, old and new, from Old and New Mexico...and other trading posts near and far.”
The Sitting Room Karen Lankford of Box to Beautiful says, “The West has always drawn souls to its open spaces, beautiful sunrises, stunning sunsets, and amazing blend of cultures. It is what brought Frank Applegate to Santa Fe from Chicago in 1921. The sitting room is the place to explore a book collection, disappear into a painting, be mesmerized by a fire, or breathe in the garden air.” boxtobeautiful.com, 505-670-9885 A Guest Bedroom Kim McIntosh of ACC Santa Fe says, “I tend to think outside the box and find inspiration from the great designers who have come before me. I hope to bring a fresh perspective incorporating a light neutral, clean palette with rough wood and leather, denim and suede accents in unexpected ways. I plan to highlight local artists and create my own custom designs for some of the furnishings and lighting.” accsantafe.com, 505-984-0955
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The Master Bedroom Emily Henry Interiors New Mexico’s strong tradition of woodcraft will be the focus of the bedroom designed by Emily Henry of Emily Henry Interiors, using pieces from Millicent and Westwink Furniture, two local fabricators that honor the spirit of the Southwest while being fresh and accessible to modern sensibilities. Ethnic textiles will complete the look, making this hideaway cheerful and vibrant. emilyhenryinteriors.com, 505-820-1462
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The Entry Courtyard Gloria Moss has worked in the design industry her entire career, beginning with Cassina and Knoll in New York, then selling passementerie to the trade in South Africa, and finally opening MOSS Collection here in Santa Fe, where superior quality indoor and outdoor products are represented in a beautifully designed showroom. mossoutdoor.com, 888-989-7330 The Living Room Trained as a painter and visual artist, David Naylor juxtaposes rustic elements from the natural world with the intellectual appeal of recognized design styles to create spaces that are highly livable and uniquely personal. He is the owner of his own showroom, David Naylor Interiors, on Saint Francis Drive. davidnaylorinteriors.com, 505-988-3170 The Keeping Room
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Erica Ortiz of NeuBleu Interior Design is known for her endearing, eclectic style. Influenced by travel, she intuitively blends distinctive design with her love of antique materials, textiles, and unique surfaces. A Santa Fe native with 10 years of experience on a variety of projects, Ortiz has earned a reputation for translating her clients’ ideas into great design. neubleu.com, 505-795-0054
The Sun Room Nikki Palermo of PARQ Designs began her career in the Southern California fashion industry, honing her design sensibility in tune with the laid-back, cool, modern, and stylish beach vibe. She blends modern contemporary decor with a luxurious sense of style. PARQ Designs is a premier lifestyle brand, using bold color combinations and an eclectic mix of furnishings to create beautiful, affordable, chic, and functional designs and interiors. The Salon Independently trained and working exclusively by referral, Chandler Prewitt of Chandler Prewitt Design has spent the last 12 years developing long relationships with clients in the United States. Prewitt specializes in commercial and residential spaces that blend eclectic materials to create unique interiors that are highly personal, functional, and timeless. chandlerprewitt.com, 505-603-1948 The Meditation Chapel Karen Rizzo began her creative path as an art and creative director in advertising. She continues to pursue this path in design by incorporating her own eclectic style with that of other talented designers to reveal the client’s taste and intent for their home. Available for consultations, design, and staging. email@example.com, 505-670-8333
The Artist Studio and Parlour LOV + SAVAGE Interiors & Design is the collaboration of designers Levia O’Neill, Allied ASID, and Jessica Savage, Allied ASID. With backgrounds in fashion and event production, and a love for artisan goods, classic elements, and edgy pieces, they believe that design can be transformative. This room will highlight the bohemian luxury that is the spirit of Santa Fe, using colorful textiles, rugged organic elements, and painterly touches. lovandsavage.com, 505-629-3991, 505-699-3176
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The Kitchen At Smith Design LLC, we offer progressive and classical luxury design. We strive to engage and inspire our clients by understanding the art of creating a sense of place in order to implement their vision. Our design approach incorporates geographical, historical, and cultural facets through indepth research, custom designs, and our use of local artisans. smithdesignllc.com, 505-660-2087
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The Library Patti Stivers and Virginia Smith of Stivers & Smith Interiors specialize in residential, commercial, and hospitality design. With locations in Santa Fe, Austin, and Dallas, they create beautiful, thoughtfully inspired interiors both locally and nationally with an emphasis on new construction and the remodel/redesign of existing spaces. stiverssmith.com, 505-577-1538
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A Guest Bedroom Award-winning interior designer Marty Wilkinson is the founder of Santa Fe design and home staging company Metamorphosis. She received the 2008 Historic Preservation Award for an extensive residential remodel on Upper Canyon Road and has been featured in numerous local and national publications as well as on HGTV. stageyourlife.net, 505-920-2281 The Wine Cellar
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Artist in Residence Karen EarleBrowne received her degree in fine art from the University of New Mexico and has studied and worked as a photographer in Florida and California. For the past 15 years, she has operated a decorative painting business and developed a line of fine art furnishings, applying her background in sculpture, painting, and photography, as well as a lifelong interest in fine art, decorative arts, and textiles.
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