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October 2012 - Houston

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Pazda ambles past a James Turrell, one of the master talents showcased in a burgeoning and significant collection of works on paper. Turrell is represented by Hiram Butler Gallery. Top: Cathy Echols restored the original kitchen cabinetry and hardware but added new counter surfaces — in this case, black soapstone. Top left: This array of white china, largely amassed from Williams-Sonoma, provides a perfect food backdrop for Andrew, an avid cook. Above: Andrew's Austin Sup board (a stand-up paddleboard) is propped on the porch, along with an old metal butcher's table with a vintage marble top from Chateau Domingue. Rabbit-ear cactus in a Provençal pot from Watkins Culver. Left middle: In the dining room, the drinks tray with vintage silver cocktail shakers and decanters. Left: Within easy reach in the kitchen, an array of old and new silver cutlery. Above: San Miguel de Allendebased artist Santiago Corral's Apresmidi, 2009. Jacobeanstyle table. Vintage silver trophy and coffee spoons from Pillsbury-Michel Estate Silver. Left: In the dining room, the drinks tray organizes a collection of vintage silver cocktail shakers and accoutrements. Pink peonies from Whole Foods Market. Andrew, Cathy and Michael Landrum worked together enlarging tiny closets and bathrooms, and generally bringing the eight-decades-old structure into the modern era. OCTOBER | PAGE 61 | 2012

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