Living Room

A large painting by artist Brian Kershisnik serves as a focal point in the living room. A salon-style seating arrangement with tufted and skirted club chairs from George Smith offers a cozy conversation spot.

Family Room

A Christian Liaigre mohair sectional from John Brooks offers abundant seating and delineates the space. “When you have an open floor plan, the furniture arrangement has to designate the space,” explains designer Jamie Herzlinger. The coffee table is from Jean De Merry.

Details on the following slides.

Family Room Details

A vintage metallic antelope skull sits on the red lacquered console by Christian Liaigre, a striking statement of traditional design with a contemporary edge.

Dining Room Details

Just off the family room, the dining area prominently features a large reverse-glass painting by Jean de Merry. “The light hits it perfectly,” says Herzlinger. A Murano glass chandelier hangs above the dining table.

Portrait

Homeowners Rick and Peggy Federico relax in the living room.

Kitchen

Dark upholstered stools from Madeline Stuart temper the centrally located kitchen’s bright white scheme. Reflective elements-—the glass-and-stainless-steel hood and custom pendant lights—add a modern air.

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Kitchen

Multiple sinks at the marble-topped island adds to the kitchen’s functionality, which was key in its design.

Powder Room

To create a little space with big impact, the designer laid a tile floor in a herringbone pattern and installed a vanity with elegant silver legs.

Den

A handsome wall covering of panels upholstered in slate suede creates the perfect backdrop for this “man cave.” A long and low sofa designed by Christian Liaigre is also upholstered in suede to complete the look. An oriental rug adds a traditional touch.

Exterior

The Scottsdale, Arizona home offers sweeping views of the desert landscape surrounding it.

Designer

Jamie Herzlinger specializes in high-end design—intercontinental in scope, sophisticated in form, and exuberantly polished. With offices in Arizona and New York, she doesn’t confine herself to any single style but is inspired by various periods, cultures, and elements. The results: elegant, luxurious, and irresistibly comfortable. We recognized her in 2011 as one of our 20 top “New Traditionals.”

Master Bedroom

A chandelier from Helene Aumont features lovely passementerie detailing. Vibrant paintings add beautiful pops of color throughout the bedroom. Wall covering is from Phillip Jeffries.

Details on the following slide.

Master Bedroom Details

Glossy walnut bedside tables by Nancy Corzine are topped with glass for added sparkle. The gilt mirrors above add texture, complementing the nailhead trim of the headboard.

Master Bath

The master bath is drenched in luxurious details, from the custom marble floors and mirrored walls to the soaking tub and subtle dentil molding around the ceiling.

Details on the following slides.

Master Bath Details

To up the room’s “pretty” factor, Herzlinger used faucets with cloisonné detailing.

Master Bath Details

Mirror-bedecked walls and Ruhlmann-style sconces from Urban Archaeology add a glamorous edge to the all-white space.

Daughter’s Bedroom

Herzlinger incorporated a generous helping of ikat, using the same pattern for the pillows, the love seat, and the draperies.

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Modern and Sophisticated, Warm and Inviting

Designer Jamie Herzlinger brings her brand of elegance to an Arizona home

Written and produced by Jenny Bradley
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Den

A handsome wall covering of panels upholstered in slate suede creates the perfect backdrop for this “man cave.” A long and low sofa designed by Christian Liaigre is also upholstered in suede to complete the look. An oriental rug adds a traditional touch.

Sofa (“Augustin,” size 2, by Christian Liaigre): John Brooks Inc., 303/698-9977, johnbrooksinc.com.
Sofa fabric (“Made in Suede”/Elephant #6002-22): Holly Hunt, 800/320-3145, hollyhunt.com.
Sofa cushion and pillows (“Bijou” #WE6024-022, from Soleil Bleu): JAB, 212/486-1500, jab.us.
Throw: owner’s collection.
Wall covering (custom upholstered panels in slate suede): Jamie Herzlinger Interiors, 800/983-0031, jamieherzlinger.com.
Wall paint (“All White” #2005): Farrow & Ball, 888/511-1121, farrow-ball.com.
Art: owner’s collection.
Area rug: Aga John Oriental Rugs, 480/443-0345, agajohncarpets.com.
Coffee table (“Grand Chene Table,” by Azadeh Shladovsky): Jean de Merry, jeandemerry.com. Through John Brooks Inc., 303/698-9977, johnbrooksinc.com.
Accessories on coffee table  (antique and vintage): JamieShop.com, 800/983-0031, jamieshop.com.

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