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Veranda Nov/Dec 2018

VERANDA is a forum for the very best in living well. Always gracious, and never pretentious, we keep readers abreast of the finest in design, decorating, luxury travel, and more, inspiring them with beauty and elegance. VERANDA is both an ideas showcase and a deeply pleasurable escape, a place where homes feel as good as they look.

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tropical getaway

(TOP LEFT: FRANCESCO LAGNESE)Stock up on SPF and pull out your sun hat! Ocean Club Resorts in the Turks and Caicos is giving away a luxurious weekend holiday to one lucky reader and a guest. The prize includes a three-night stay in a junior suite and round-trip airfare to the islands—a $2,375 value! Turn to page 126 for sweepstakes rules, and go to caicos.veranda.com to enter. ■…

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the view from veranda

(CHRISTOPHER CHURCHILL)Just to recap: 2018 has been Veranda’s year to celebrate the joys of wanderlust. Throughout the past five issues, we have met homeowners with glorious personal collections and treasures they’ve gathered from their travels, and visited homes filled with exotic patterns and textures. We started the year off with our first-ever New York issue (the center of the world, to some); dedicated an entire section to the trend for globally inspired kitchens in May/June; and in September/October featured a special 12-page Wanderlust section with epic international design intelligence and, elsewhere, homes from France, the Bahamas, and as far afield as Israel. Your response has been enthusiastic, and I’ve loved reading your letters, e-mails, and social-media comments.After such a whirlwind tour, it feels appropriate that we’ve landed back home again,…

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the curator

ANNABELLE MOEHLMANN’S FAVORITE THINGS1.MANOLO BLAHNIK LURUM SATIN MULES “I’m definitely a shoe addict!” barneys.com.2. ELLIOTT ERWITT PHOTOGRAPH “My husband and I collect black-and-white photographs of couples.”3. CERAMIC CAFTANS “I fell in love with them in Istanbul.” landofbelle.com.4. LAND OF BELLE X LAGUNA B DAYDREAM PITCHER “My favorite glassware, from a company owned by my husband’s cousins.” landofbelle.com.5. HERMÈS EAU D’ORANGE VERTE COLOGNE “Classic and nostalgic.” hermes.com.6.MARIAGE FRÈRES CASABLANCA TEA “I start my day with coffee and end it with tea.” mariagefreres.com.7. OSCAR DE LA RENTA BEADED DOUBLE HOOP EARRINGS “Overscaled costume pieces are always fun.” oscardelarenta.com.8. BULGARI SERPENTI TUBOGAS WATCH “It turns a white tee and jeans into a statement outfit.” bulgari.com.9. SAINT-LOUIS TOMMY VASE “A small, pretty vase is my go-to hostess gift.” saint-louis.com.10. ROOMS OF BLOOMS “I love…

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shops that shine

Adler’s.ADLER’SNew OrleansKnown for: Supplying haute favors for Mardi Gras krewes since 1898. In store: Baume & Mercier, Raymond Weil, Rolex. 722 Canal St.; adlersjewelry.com.M’ama Non M’ama rings, from $1,350 each.Amanda Pinson Jewelry.AMANDA PINSON JEWELRYChattanooga, TNKnown for: Highlighting cult-favorite brands in a sleek, modern setting. In store: Elizabeth Locke, Gabrielle Sanchez, Pomellato (below left). 1110 Market St.; amandapinsonjewelry.com.Code Coco watch, $5,200.BACHENDORF’SDallasKnown for: Custom jewelry service (including repurposing gems) and an exhaustive watch selection. In store: Chanel (right), David Yurman, Roberto Coin. 8400 Preston Rd.; bachendorfs.com.Betteridge.Jade-and-diamond necklace, price upon request.BETTERIDGEPalm BeachKnown for: A jewelrymaking pedigree that dates to the 18th century; latter-day emerging luxury brands. In store: Buccellati, Seaman Schepps, Verdura. 236 Worth Ave.; betteridge.com.CAYEN COLLECTIONCarmel-by-the-Sea, CAKnown for: A curatorial approach to contemporary labels and blue-chip period pieces. In store: David Webb…

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field notes

718 Marble Marquetry necklace, Central Park Mosaic ring, and Brownstone earrings, prices upon request; harrywinston.com.BRIGHT LIGHTSHarry Winston toasts the Big Apple in its New York collection, which translates icons of Manhattan into high-wattage baubles, like a ring that doubles as a “map” of Central Park (complete with a sapphire reservoir) and earrings that mimic brownstone proportions. Talk about a skyline that really glitters!An archival Fabergé watercolor of a forget-me-not bouquet.The circa-1900 bleeding heart is made of gold, nephrite, rhodonite, quartzite, and rock crystal; it’s currently in the collection of Queen Elizabeth II.ETERNAL SPRINGThe advent of winter has us dreaming of the gem-studded bouquets that Fabergé created for royalty in early-20th-century Russia. The botanically accurate specimens featured gold stems in rock-crystal “water,” with enameled leaves and blooms glistening with diamonds and…

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into the woods

In an Atlanta bedroom by designer John Oetgen, an antique verdure tapestry acts as a window with a woodland view.Manuel Canovas Compiègne fabric, to the trade; cowtan.com. Birds 559 wallpaper, $600 a roll; zuber.fr. Zoffany Richmond Park wallpaper, to the trade; stylelibrary.com. Zardi & Zardi Verdure With Birds tapestry, to the trade; watts1874.co.uk. Schwarzwald fabric, to the trade; dedar.com.In the age of castles, drawbridges, and moats, tapestries—along with roaring hearths—were what passed for central heating. Hung on palace walls, they insulated the highborn from drafts while doubling as status symbols. They could be prohibitively expensive to make, and any queen, duke, or bishop worth his or her pedigree had plenty of tapestries lining the halls.This was a rare instance in which a traditional craft—weaving—flowered into a legitimate art form. Verdure…