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Décor Fall/Winter 2016

From the Editors of Décor

Style is difficult to teach, and even more difficult to master. It is a feeling, a gut instinct, a passion, a calling. It is the foundation for great design.

Each featured home in the Décor Fall/Winter 2016 issue celebrates style in its many glorious forms. Some nod to the land and location around them; others simply please the eye and owners’ tastes. All use color creatively, even if that’s a variety of neutrals to form a uniting force. Textures, eras, and furniture styles mingle and merge to create unique combinations that feel wholly fresh.
 

In Arizona, designer Julia Buckingham conjures up a fearless combination of patterns and silhouettes in an urban condo, using black as an antidote to boredom and jewel-tone blues to liven up traditional forms (“Modern Mixology,” page 34).


Photography: Laura Moss


Photography: Laura Moss

In Houston, designer Marie Flanigan marries classic architectural features with streamlined furnishings to give a new home a sense of history without compromising its modern attitude (“Heirloom Quality,” page 74).


Photography: Julie Soefer


Photography: Julie Soefer

And in Georgia, designers Carter Kay and Nancy Hooff foster indoor-outdoor connections in a lakefront home with sophisticated applications of wood and stone and a palette plucked straight from the exquisite surroundings (“Natural Balance,” page 112).


Photography: Emily J. Followill


Photography: Emily J. Followill

This is New Traditionalism at its best. This is Décor.  

The Editors

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