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Fall - Winter 2017

Showcasing high-end interiors where distinctive design details shine, DÉCOR features a mix of traditional, transitional, and modern accents set against exquisite architecture backdrops. Large, inspirations photos reveal design styles that reflect discerning tastes from coast to coast while design secrets from nationally recognized experts in the interior design world add value to the dialogue about the essence of great design. Timeless materials, graceful craftsmanship, and top-of-the-line furnishings and fixtures are hallmarks of both the newly-built and renovated homes featured in this bookazine.

United States
Meredith Corporation
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from the editors

There are some trends we are happy to relegate to the history books: bathroom carpeting, avocado-color appliances, glass-block windows. But there are many more we can’t wait to welcome for a second act. We’re fascinated by how trends from the past are reintroduced in fresh and unexpected ways. One of our favorite examples is the resurgence of florals as a romantic, colorful counterpoint to today’s popular monochromatic schemes. There’s something wonderfully nostalgic about these natureinspired designs, which bring decorative flourish to furniture, lighting, rugs, and dinnerware. When paired with high-contrast, geometric patterns, the results are even more breathtaking. We take a closer look in “Botanicals in Bloom,” page 6.This issue, we also introduce you to talented designers who are changing the way we think about décor. In Texas, Janet Gust…

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botanicals in bloom

HAYWORTH LAMP$537, Wildwood Lamps & Accents; wildwoodlamps.comFLEUR DE GLEE WRITING DESK$1,999, Cynthia Rowley for Hooker Furniture through Horchow; horchow.comVERDIGRIS PILLOW$141–$163, Jaipur through Burke Decor; burkedecor.comCHELSEA GARDEN WING CHAIR$2,795, MacKenzie-Childs; mackenzie-childs.comOut with the old, in with the bold: That attitude is permeating the fashion and home design industries—reinventing both clothing and furnishings. This season’s trend takes cues from the garden, mixing botanical-inspired decor with high-contrast, geometric prints.Traditional black-and-white houndstooth and striped patterns take on a new life when paired with curvaceous furniture and overscale florals, such as in this living room, opposite, by designer Lisa Mende. Rich greens and teals lend earthiness beside pops of saturated pinks and blues, and plush fabrics like velvet soften geometry. The style is versatile, blossoming in Bohemian-inspired interiors as well as those that epitomize refined…

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strictly personal

Polished chrome armchairs upholstered in a fuchsia damask print add spice to the dining room. “We loved the weight of the reclaimed oak dining table, but we needed to glam it up with something shiny,” designer Morgan Farrow says.A little funky, a little sexy, and a little left of center. That’s how designer Morgan Farrow describes her client, Allane O’Neil. It’s also a spot-on description of Allane’s 6,000-square-foot Dallas home, where crisp white walls bounce light so each room shimmers like a lightbox.This laboratory-like backdrop cried out for experimentation— and after 25 years of living in a traditional 1940s red-brick two-story that once belonged to her grandmother, Allane was ready to be bold. Thought-provoking artwork? Fearless upholstery colors? Wallpapered ceilings? Yes, yes, and yes. “I’m not afraid to veer away…

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ageless allure

The living room is set up to encourage conversation; each piece was selected for flexibility. Modern chairs covered in creamy shearling swivel in multiple directions, while a hearthside bench covered in leather, whitewashed footstools dressed in blue velvet, and a large ottoman slipcovered in velvet make soft perches for guests or feet.People, sunbeams, breezes, and chatter cheerfully spill between elegantly appointed interiors and poolside patios at this Paradise Valley, Arizona, home. Redesigned instead of razed, the updated 1980s home beautifully meets the needs of an empty-nester couple— encouraging their kids to visit regularly and issuing a lingerawhile invitation to all who enter.The home has journeyed a ways since it was first viewed in 2014 by the couple and interior designer Laurel Pfannenstiel, who ushered in changes that complemented the home’s…

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welcome home

Glimmering fabrics and lighting set a romantic mood in Jessica and Chad Herrin’s dining room, used for both special occasions and everyday family meals. A hide rug grounds an espresso-glossed custom dining table by designer Kendall Wilkinson and custom chairs covered in platinum vinyl.A cocktail party in a closet? Cupcake wars for a child’s birthday party in a formal dining room where dignitaries have dined? Why not? That’s life for Jessica and Chad Herrin, and versatility is the enduring legacy of the couple’s 1902 California home.That potential, however, was less-than-realized when the couple first laid eyes upon the place. “We pulled up and debated whether we should even go inside,” Jessica says. “It was a wreck.” But Jessica—an entrepreneurial visionary who cofounded a wedding gift registry website at age 24…

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life in color

Garcia is constantly testing new combinations of fabrics, woods, and paints in her New York-based design studio.“I always say picking a favorite color is like picking a favorite child. I love them all.” —DESIGNER STACY GARCIAStacy GarciaSince founding her first company, LebaTex—a commercial textile supplier—in 1999, designer Stacy Garcia has established an entire family of brands, designing everything from carpet and wallcoverings to upholstery, furniture, and lighting. Garcia and the team at her research-based design studio in New York are constantly looking for ways to take emerging trends in color, pattern, and material and creatively weave them into their designs. A chair holder of Color Marketing Group, an international association for color professionals, Garcia also acts as a consultant for various companies, such as Pratt & Lambert, using research to…