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A custom banquette upholstered with a Kravet vinyl, a Saarinen table from Design Within Reach and Ballard Designs chairs upholstered in a Ferrick Mason floral fabric define the sunny breakfast room. McMunn chose a Brunschwig & Fils wallcovering for the space and adorned the windows with drapery and Roman shades.
Inspired by the hue of Sedona's red rock buttes, Barter selected cherry cabinetry for the kitchen. Dark granite countertops from Cactus Stone and Tile contrast with travertine floors from Verde Valley Tile. The leather-and-metal bar chairs that pull up to the island are from Design Within Reach, and all appliances were purchased at Monark Premium Appliance.
For a Sedona vacation house, interior designer Divya Debra Barter used a subtle earthy palette in keeping with the architecture by Eric Brandt. In the living room, a custom sofa upholstered with Jim Thompson fabric is arranged around a Mimi London walnut-and-acrylic coffee table from John Brooks Incorporated. The rug is from Azadi Fine Rugs.
The open-plan living space and dining area connect to the terrace and the Sedona landscape beyond via a massive glass door by Sedona WIndow & Door. For the living room's fireplace surround, builder Rick Morris stacked moss rock that was harvested north of Sedona. Home automation is by Technically Integrated.
A Randolph & Hein table from McNamara & Hirschman anchors the dining area. Pulled up to it are A. Rudin chairs from Dean-Warren that Barter covered in two upholstery fabrics from John Brooks Incorporated: a Clarence House linen and a Holly Hunt leather. The light fixture is from Hammerton in Salt Lake City.
Hayes Carpentry fabricated the cabinetry on the kitchen island, which houses a Waterworks faucet, while Vasquez Woodmasters made the perimeter cabinetry; hardware includes Frank Allart pulls from Fixtures & Fittings and van Cronenburg knobs. James Dawson Design created the hood above the La Cornue stove, which is backed by aged white marble installed by QTS. The barstools are from Design Workshop in Warsaw, North Carolina, and the iron console is from Mecox.
Neal & Company upholstered the guest bedroom’s custom studded bed using Classic Cloth fabric from George Cameron Nash. The bedding is Legacy Home, the alabaster nightstand lamp is Visual Comfort & Co., and the Egyptian kilim rug is from Carol Piper Rugs. Horton Draperies of Texas created the Colefax & Fowler fabric draperies.
A painted Swedish console with a marble top--fitted with a hammered-polished silver Jandelle sink and a THG Paris faucet from Fixtures & Fittings--makes an elegant statement in the guest bathroom. French wall sconces from Joyce Horn Antiques frame a Louis Phillipe mirror. The reclaimed flooring is from Chateau Domingue.
Kelsey designed the great room's ceiling, which was installed by Vasquez Woodmasters. Forming a seating area, wood-frame chairs in Schumacher fabric and a taboret from Joyce Horn Antiques in Scalamandre Tigre velvet surround a coffee table from Found. New Vision Furniture Upholstery used burlap linen to cover the skirted benches that sit beneath a chandelier from W. Gardner, Ltd. The 18th-century fireplace mantel is from Chateau Domingue, and the home's plasterwork is by Esmeralda Painting Inc.