Veranda

January/February 2022

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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United States
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Hearst
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Bimonthly
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editor’s letter

“My adage is to always have something with age in a room—and you don’t want to be it!” THESE WORDS FROM San Francisco designer Suzanne Tucker may seem a surprising epigraph for our California issue, dedicated to the land of perpetual new beginnings. But in working on it and our accompanying VERANDA Field Trip, Gardens of the Golden State (p. 49 for info on how to join us in November), we happened upon a stirring, if unexpected, discovery: the most enthralling art and design news in the Golden State is actually anchored in the old. Take the San Francisco Fall Show, the longest-running art, antiques, and design fair on the West Coast, which is chaired by Tucker and returns for its 40th year this fall with a new beneficiary for its Opening…

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editors’ bookshelf

STEELE THOMAS MARCOUX, LAUREY W. GLENN, HAIR AND MAKEUP STYLING BY CELINE RUSSELL/ZENOBIA; MELROSE HOUSE, JOHN CIZMAS PHOTOGRAPHY; FREY HOUSE II COURTESY OF THE MODERN TOUR; BROOCH COURTESY OF ELIZABETHTAYLOR.COM; MADAME GANNA WALSKA, J.R. EYERMAN/1957 GANNA WALSKA LOTUSLAND ARCHIVES.…

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a new culture of cool

EDITOR OBSESSIONS FOR NOW & FOREVER EMBRACE RANCH HOUSE SEATING Engle & Deutch’s Long Bench revives a centuriesold farm silhouette for modern entries and halls. THE FIND Engle & Deutch Long Bench THE BACKSTORY Leave it to a textile designer to imagine her own catbird seat. Which is what led Sally McQuillan, founder of Santa Barbara’s Raoul Textiles, to debut a furniture in 2014 to complement her fabrics. Her latest addition, the Long Bench, was inspired by a 19th-century French farmhouse seat she purchased years ago. “We were drawn to its carved wood, traditional joinery techniques, and the rush weaving,” a kindred spirit, she notes, to the Spanish Mediterranean architecture in her hometown of Santa Barbara. But it’s so adaptable, says McQuillan, equally at home in “sunny conservatories, cozy libraries, even grand foyers.” MEET THE…

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mine for dazzling stones

“When I was young, my parents had a house in the Mojave desert… I find inspiration in those desert sands, Joshua tree bark, glowing amber sunsets, and even the shooting stars that I would search the desert sky for.”—JEWELRY DESIGNER HUTTON WILKINSON FIND BEAUTY BENEATH THE ASHES In the wake of Portugal’s 2017 wildfires, French designer Noe Duchaufour-Lawrance saw more than destruction: The charred remains of forest yielded a powerful opportunity for rebirth. The artist’s new Burnt Cork Collection transforms the scorched (often discarded) outer layers of oak trees into gradient cork blocks that are then assembled and carved into fluid, curvalinear furniture—each a symbol of nature’s resilience that echoes around the globe. madeinsitu.com MAIN IMAGE BY BECKY LUIGART-STAYNER, STYLING BY RACHAEL BURROW; MADE IN SITU FURNITURE IMAGES, NUNO SOUSA DIAS.…

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channel your inner bohemian

LIVE MAJESTICALLY OUTDOORS Why would a veranda be any less refined than a living room or parlor, asks Darren Henault, whose new Outdoor Georgian Teak sofa and chaise were inspired by a classical antique he spotted in a warehouse in Brighton, England. “I was on a Georgian tear, and I thought, Why can’t I make this in teak?” The results are gracious garden heavyweights, with curvy, scroll-arm silhouettes, claw-foot detailing, and tufted mattress-style seats as at home in parlors as on side porches—reminding of the innate royalty of life out of doors. tentnewyork.com…

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soak up desert-sea esprit

1 / HOTEL CALIFORNIAN SANTA BARBARA Who better than Martyn Lawrence Bullard to craft an exuberant new vision for the American Riviera? That’s the magic spun in this resort that blends the city’s famed Spanish Colonial Revival architecture with Moorish-influenced interiors (both California design crazes in the 1920s). From pops of saffron and emerald amid black and white geometries to Moroccan tiles marking winding paseos, lush courtyards, and an oasis of a rooftop pool, it’s a heady vision indeed. This year, look for new owner (and wine entrepreneur) Bill Foley to debut a new tasting bar, doubling down on the city’s celebrated wine scene; hotelcalifornian.com. 2 / CASA CODY PALM SPRINGS Amid the midcentury darlings of this design-mad desert town, Palm Springs’ oldest operating hotel is a lovingly revitalized gem of early 20th-century California style.…

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