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by Caroline's grandfather, Burdette Keeland Jr., and a large 16th-century Japanese vessel mounted on a 1930s sculptor's pedestal that belonged to Italian artist Luciano Minguzzi. For the entryway, Wimmel selected a mirrored wall sculpture made from stainless steel and pressurized air by Zieta Studio in Poland. "I really like how it turned out," she says. "If we had placed a big, colorful painting there, it would have changed the whole mood of the house." These are quiet, refined interiors that make the most of beautiful materials, textures, and simple lines. "I'm not a pattern girl, and I don't use ornamentation through fabrics and wallpapers and decoration," Wimmel says. "I guess it's the architect in me." Opposite page top: Marble and white oak vanity in the primary bath designed by Roxanne Wimmel. Boom: Tile and stone from Ann Sacks. Victoria + Albert tub, Rohl fixtures. Vintage Belouch rug from Carol Piper Rugs. This page: Jonathan and Roxanne Wimmel In the primary bedroom, the family's Australian shepherd Rudy lounges on a custom shearling rug from Patagonia. Vintage Bruno Mathsson chair. Custom bed, bench, and nightstand. Vintage tapestry pillow from Carol Piper Rugs. KERRY KIRK 49

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