In the study, Van Hayes’ vintage Bob
Dylan poster from Santa Fe. The Navajo
rugs belonged to Tracy Achor Hayes’
parents. Chair from Antiques Moderne.
On the upstairs landing, a mosaic mirror by Austin artist Barry Jelinski.
On the upstairs landing, custom shelves by Trey Bartosh and Joe Dann store books on fashion,
photography, music, horses, art, and the American West. The claw-foot table belonged to Achor
Hayes’ grandmother. Leather Brno chairs from Antiques Moderne.
Dining-room gallery wall displays Van Hayes silkscreens; a photo by Achor Hayes’ father; Keith Haring serigraph Best Buddies from
Haring’s Pop Shop, purchased during New York Fashion Week in the 1980s; Allison V. Smith’s Prada Marfa photograph; John Derian
dish; The Clash poster, a souvenir from a London concert.
Tracy Achor Hayes inherited the mahogany chest, lacquered white with new
brass hardware, from her grandmother. Cast horse head from White Elephant.
The Picasso etching, circa 1960, belonged to her parents.
Tracy Achor Hayes at home
In the living room, a Roberto Dutesco photograph from “The Wild Horses
of Sable Island” series. Tusk table, a vintage Thrift Studio fi nd. Vintage
lacquered chairs. Porcelain lamps from Mercury Design Studio, Austin.
Art of Old India rug. Custom brass-and-black-marble side tables from
Scout Design Studio. Walls painted in Behr’s Cracked Pepper.
In the master bedroom, one of a pair of brass
sourced by Steve Shuck from White Elephant. Mid-century chest from Antiques Moderne. Mirror from Wisteria.