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March 2016 - Houston

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MARCH | PAGE 57 | 2016 Clockwise from top: In the living room, custom table by Sara Story Design, a Thomas Ruff photograph and Studio Drift light fixture. Hill Country vista from the pool. Wallpaper by Sara Story Design, from left: Bora Bora and Vienna. THE LAST THING YOU BOUGHT FOR YOUR GRAMERCY PARK TOWNHOUSE IN NYC. A cool coconut light fixture by Wade Guyton and Kelley Walker. It's fantastic and adds so much personality to our living room. It's quite large at 5 feet long and is made from ceramic molds of coconuts. Everyone comments on it! LAST THING YOU BOUGHT FOR THE RANCH. I just hung one of my favorite paintings today in our living room in Texas: a painting by Neo Rauch, a German artist whose surrealist works are mesmerizing. The colors add so much vigor to the space. It makes me incredibly happy! I love introducing my children to art and living with art. TELL US ABOUT YOUR NEW WALLPAPER COLLECTION. It's influenced by travels with my family. Vienna's large-scale fan- shaped flowers are inspired by the Wiener Werkstätte. Bora Bora's patterns reference the tropical blooms of the South Pacific. Bandol refers to the seaside region in Provence where the Mourvèdre grape is grown. It's the foundation of rosé wines and the fields where it's harvested are filled with flowers. Hana's line and wave patterns are influenced by the ocean and topography from the eastern end of Maui, which is pristine and almost untouched. It's block- and screen-printed in India on organic paper. TAYLOR JEWELL Sara Story

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