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The 19th-century Genoese chandelier in the entry was purchased at Round Top from Brian Kelly of Atlanta’s B. Kelley Antiques. The mirror is from Area. Settee, candle stand and stool are all from MAI.
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In the living room, a concrete sculpture of a deer, found at Round Top, sits before a Robert Deyber oil, Night Light, purchased from Martin Lawrence Gallery in Newport Beach. More wildlife: the silvery color of the Edelman Leather Royal Hide covering the pair of Dennis & Leen fauteuils is called Catbird. French oak flooring from Custom Floors.
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In a hallway, the pair of acrylic chandeliers is from Allan Knight in Dallas. Limestone flooring from Chateau Domingue.
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Designer Julie Dodson on a settee from MAI, which was also the source of the candle stand and stool. The 19th-century Genoese chandelier in the entry foyer was purchased at Round Top from Brian Kelly of Atlanta’s B. Kelley Antiques. The mirror is from Area.
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The Chinese scenic wallpaper in the dining room, hand-painted in the 18th-century style, is from Gracie. Dodson’s choice of the relatively delicate starburst mirror? “I didn’t want anything too massive — the wallpaper is so awesome.” The pair of lamps is fashioned from wooden architectural fragments. Lacquer buffet from Shabby Slips.
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The Bronze Mother chandelier, composed of laser-cut rings and chains, is a Baylar Atelier design from Hudson Furniture. Antique fireplace surround from Chateau Domingue. Mirror from Joyce Horn Antiques.
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The master bedroom curtains are of a Zimmer Rhode silk called Colibri. Custom embroidery on the valance was done by Villa Savoia. The Art Deco bronze figure was purchased at Swenson Gallery in Laguna Beach. The painted abstract panel faces its other half; they began life together as a freestanding screen at John Saladino’s New York showroom, purchased on impulse and without a plan for its use.
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The quirky stool with sheep’s legs and a sheepskin cushion, was found in the field at Round Top. The homeowners call it their “little Fraggle Rock.” Chandelier from Area.
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Segreto Finishes translated Dodson’s idea for damask patterning on the loft stairs in the youngest daughter’s bedroom. “She’s a sporty kind of girl who’s going to take over the world, and I wanted it to be fun and different,” Dodson says. Uptown Girl shag carpeting from Creative Flooring Resources. Curtain fabric is Bergius from Designers Guild’s Sofienberg collection. Headboard fabricated to Dodson’s design by the Joseph Company.
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The middle daughter “is just a fashion queen, a girly girl. She has every issue of Teen Vogue ever,” the designer says. For her bedroom wall, Dodson had her initials embroidered onto painted linen panels. A pillow is covered in Osborne and Little’s geometric Balyan fabric. Bed linens by Ann Gish.
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Wallpaper in the powder room is Twig’s Corteccia — which means “bar” in Italian — in a custom color. The petrified-wood-look sink was found in the field at Round Top.
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An antique daybed in the family room, from Shabby Slips, plays off John Saladino’s asymmetrical Santa Barbara sofa. The antique French fireplace surround is from Chateau Domingue.
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A pair of Baker Christal chandeliers lights up the kitchen. The stools were fashioned from Brace and Black acrylic side tables, with cushions of Lelievre’s Zibeline faux leather.
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