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November 2014 - Houston

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NOVEMBER | PAGE 55 | 2014 HAIR AND MAKEUP TONYA RINER. Architecturally scaled white oak pillars milled by Brian Connor of BC Woodworks in Houston, demarcate the living area from the dining area. Right: End-cut coffee wood from Horizon Italian Tile covers the walls of the powder room. Row of pendant lights in the dining room, designed by George Sacaris. Greyhound from Carl Moore Antiques. Carol Isaak Barden. George Sacaris with the custom fireplace hood he designed and fabricated. The front of the house is blank except for a row of tall windows lighting the master bedroom. Chair by Janus et Cie. A row of custom pendant light fixtures designed by George Sacaris hovers over the 43-foot-long cabinet that spans kitchen to dining room. The 14-foot dining table of black walnut slabs was milled by Rand Stockman of Mesquite Unlimited, with steel base fabricated by George Sacaris. On countertop, Margiela nesting dolls. On table, shoe lasts from Carl Moore Antiques. Charme side chair from Janus et Cie. Architectural designer Scott Strasser The master bath with floating walnut cabinetry has a soaking tub by WETStyle called The Cube, a modern version of the stone tubs still used in the French countryside. Faucets are Newport from WPH. The cabinetry in the master bedroom is book-matched American walnut, with honed black granite countertops. Mounted bear skull, Holland, 1940, from Carl Moore Antiques The serene kitchen has book-matched American walnut cabinetry and honed black granite countertops. The neo-modern facade with a band of cypress wood siding.

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