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Opposite page, from top: In the study, custom Marc Phillips rug. The antique desk belonged to the homeowner's father. Poliform side table, vintage Cedric Hartman floor lamp and Tizio task lamp. Mark Rothko's Untitled acrylic on paper. Richard Wrightman desk. This page: In the main bedroom, Holly Hunt bed, custom Gayle Warwick linens, London. Headboard in Keleen Leathers. Magni desk. A SPECTACULAR VIEW OF THE WINSPEAR AND THE SURROUNDING ARTS DISTRICT WAS JUST ONE REASON TO LOVE THE NEW APARTMENT. ITS ULTRA-TALL CEILINGS ARE PERFECT TO SHOWCASE A BLUE-CHIP CONTEMPORARY ART COLLECTION. spritzer is his favorite cocktail, and he wanted to show us the color he wanted us to use," Summers recalls. After watering it down a bit — and avoiding any reference to Texas Longhorn orange — they hit on just the right intensity. She used the spirited color in the living room's accessories and a Tai Ping rug of her design, inspired by a vintage pattern from a book on Modernism. Summers has since developed an affection for the color she once rarely used. Aperol spritzers were served in the lobby to toast the opening of Hall Arts Residences last year, and she just completed an apartment for other clients done entirely in red. When designing the interiors for the Italian-American restaurant Fachini in Highland Park Village, she specified a bright red carpet for the stairs. "I'm in love with red now," Summers says. PHOTO NIKOLAS KOENIG 155

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