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October 2010

October 2010 Table of Contents

The Art of the Matter | Art collector and designer Denise Macey enlisted Southern architects to craft her Midwest home, where rich materials feel as natural as well-worn blue jeans.
Degrees of Separation | Blending modern and traditional, designer Paul Corrie opens up confined spaces in his D.C. row house that serves as both office and home. 
Stable Environment | Judith Ellerman uses her antiques and global treasures to turn a former military stable into a spectacular Chicago-area home.  
Inside Out | Designer Henry Brown has created wonderful outdoor living spaces at his handsome ’60s-era home in Portland, Oregon.
Garden State Grandeur | Thanks to the sit-right-down style of designer Janet Simon, a neo-Georgian home in the Jersey countryside exudes elegant livability.  
Fairy-tale Finish | Designer Kristi Nelson spent five years renovating her family’s 1936 Georgian  Revival in L.A. Antiques and a warm palette
Enchanted Forest 
Branches, vines, and other woodsy  motifs create haunting beauty at home.
Intense, sophisticated greens 
What’s New, What’s Next 
New lamps, furnishings, and gorgeous books from top designers
Tech Girl 
Use these smart-phone applications to help you shop and decorate while on the go.   
Meet our family room winner!
Beautiful perfume bottles
Look up to spectacular ceilings
Inspire Me! 
Event planner Tara Guérard’s charming Charleston office
A Day in the Life 
A day with design dynamo Suzanne Kasler
Keno Eye
The Keno brothers join Theodore Alexander to present a classic furniture line 
Cooking School
I Am Traditional  
King of skateboarding Tony Hawk 
In Every Issue
From the Editor 
Reader’s Resource