For this vacation home overlooking a golf course in Scottsdale, Arizona, interior designer
Kim Scodro eschewed the typical rustic desert color palette for a lighter and more serene look with Mediterranean and French influences. 47
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The entry sets the tone for the home with its grand yet approachable look. To offset the stone floor, Scodro chose warm gold accents like the oversized antique 18th century mirror, lantern and vintage armchairs.
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To ensure that the magnificent view takes center stage in the living room, the design team used a palette of creams, soft blues, and grays that doesn't distract the eye.
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The kitchen and dining room open up to the living room, so there is a casual and cohesive flow throughout the vast space. The blue medallion fabric on the back of the dining chairs adds character to the large, open room.
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To create visual interest in the kitchen, Scodro had a custom peninsula table made a little lower than the island so everything wasn’t the same height. Unique hand painted concrete tiles above the range bring additional texture and detail.
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Bold artwork, elegant architecture and unique lighting bring attention to the hallway—an often overlooked space.
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The showstopper in the office is the ceiling, which features coffered detail, lizard vinyl fabric inset panels and nearly a thousand individual nail heads. The space is all about texture with faux fur chairs and a grasscloth wall covering.
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The powder room has a fun and unique look with handmade blue and green concrete floor tiles, peacock blue grasscloth on the walls, and custom-designed and made mirror and towel bar.
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Abstract artwork by Francine Turk is juxtaposted with a vintage chair in the corner leading to the master suite, creating a simple and elegant vignette.
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Pink is used as a neutral in the master bedroom where it adds a softness to the gray and wood tones. Doors that open to a patio flood the room in light and frame its beautiful views.
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Carrara Marble abounds in the master bathroom. A table height makeup counter breaks up the long line of the vanity.
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A beautiful crystal chandelier and sitting tub create a relaxing and spa-worthy setting in the master bathroom.
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The wicker furniture in the outdoor living room is comfortable and perfect for enjoying the views of the golf course and infinity pool.