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October 2013 - Houston

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Hand-built thatched guest cottage. JENNY ANTILL Earthenware vases from past travels. In the upstairs hall, a painting by Kris Benedict, from Sue Scott Gallery. Above Putman's living-room work table is a portrait of Brigitte Bardot by Terry O'Neill. Putman in Ter et Bantine printed burlap jacket, Majestic tank and Apiece Apart trousers, all from Leap. Balinese statue. Son John's desk reveals him to be a fellow of neat habit. Putman has recently joined the board of the Blaffer Art Museum at the University of Houston — her first board affiliation. In a departure from the house's predominantly white walls, the dining room is painted Benjamin Moore Champion Cobalt. "It totally sets the mood for dining — dimming the lights and relaxing," Ashley says. "It's fun to be dramatic in your dining space." OCTOBER | PAGE 69 | 2013

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