Visual tranquility and deference to beautiful views were most important in this design. Scale, proportion and rhythm in the architecture are used to create a unifying interior. A neutral color pallet was selected to create a restful atmosphere. Antiques and other collected objects create interesting contrast in an otherwise clean lined and contemporary space.
A Curated Celebration of the American Southwest
When you walk into this home you feel an immediate connection to beautiful art and storied collections. The design concept was to enhance and create harmony with the collections, the architecture and the location. A variety of richly textured fabrics were selected with an eye toward historical reference, appropriate scale and color contrast.
This design creates the feeling of being surrounded by nature. The color pallet and the natural materials reflect the outdoors. The elements of stone, wood, metal and color all create a beautiful and rejuvenating harmony.
Santa Fe Guest Suite
The rich texture and vibrant color tones of the embroidered drapery and bed skirt fabric makes for an inviting guest bedroom. The hand carved detailing of the bed adds to the overall character of the room.
The carved Guatemalan chest was fitted with a hand hammered iron stand by a local artisan. The use of local artisans for custom finishes and craftsmanship is important to customization and to the yearning for individuality. Deborah Anderson Interiors is fortunate to have a team of artisans with whom to collaborate for custom furniture and design elements.
The existing French terracotta floor tile helped set the design direction for this bath remodel. The use of natural materials conveys a sense of strength and everlasting beaury.
Imported Turkish wall tiles made with hand pieced tile remnants repeat the terracotta element of the floor.
The modern Italian pendants and mother of pearl mirror frames add glamor to the space. The cast rock hardware references the natural outdoor environment that is so important to the setting of the home.
A serving area with built-in cabinets adds storage and makes for easy entertaining. Hand painted silk door inserts lend an air of sophistication and a garden element to the room. I often add a touch of whimsy as seen here with the dining chairs.
This room is luxuriously pretty. The custom curved sofa with a tea table welcomes guests. Modern art and an area rug contrast with the more traditional furniture pieces. A faux fur throw invites coziness.
This beautiful master bath remodel has features required for ADA usage. It is wheelchair accessible. Safety bars, vanity, faucets, shower area, WC area, lighting and flooring material are compliant for residential use. An ADA bath can be made to be beautiful after all!
Wheelchair accessible vanity.
The antique Thai panel from a Buddhist temple is a beautiful artistic addition. The red glass tile is so glamorous.