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May 2015 - Houston

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MAY | PAGE 40 | 2015 Pete with son Harry, and Bailey with daughter Grace in their backyard. The chair is vintage. The neon wall sculpture was commissioned by Pete. Kitchen cabinets are lacquered in Pantone Greener Pastures. Fiddle-leaf print fabric shade by Peter Dunham Textiles. Waterworks sink and fixtures. Ann Sacks tile. tub, brass hardware and black-and-white floor tile pay homage as much to the house's 80-plus-year-old roots as to the era's most glamorous films. "It's a smaller space," she says, "so we went all out on materials, with Urban Archeology sinks, Waterworks tile and fixtures, and a vintage crystal chandelier. It feels super luxurious." Bailey describes the mood she created at home — with her palette of greens and pinks, sparked here and there by orange, yellow and blue — as "cozy and calming. It's cool in the summer and warm in the winter. Colors in general are calming to me, regardless of what kind." "THE KITCHEN, WITH ITS LACQUERED EMERALD CABINETS, IS EASILY THE MOST RAVISHING ROOM."

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