A simple palette of materials—white marble, dark woods, natural-toned fabrics, and sheer draperies—contributes to the serene elegance of the interiors. Among the many custom-designed furnishings include the master bed and side tables, bedroom bench, and the fireplace tools.
The living and dining room’s palette is intentionally restrained to showcase Sleep Walking, a triptych by Fay Jones, and an untitled work by Stephen McClelland.
Livable yet chic, the room is accented by Allison Berger lighting, Christian Liaigre chairs and a sculpted bronze table lamp by Hervé Van Der Straeten.
Custom fireplace tools fabricated by blacksmith Maria Cristalli
Custom table designed by Olson Kundig Interiors.
Undyed merino wood handcrafted by Jean Hicks forms a soft bench at the foot of the master bed.
Toward the rear of the house, the site slopes down and away from the auto court toward a pool and terraced gardens. The exposed lower level of the house contains a media room, guest quarters, storage, and a 100-foot-long library that stretches the length of the house.
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Bissell, Therese. “Outside and In.” Architectural Digest Vol. 67 No. 12, Dec. 2010, 100-107. Print.
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