New Mexican, Redux
We first worked on this house and its interiors a half-dozen years ago. Since then, elements of the owners’ lives and tastes have changed, and we recently returned to reshape the design and embrace anew their underlying story. The interior and the exterior now flow seamlessly one into the other, anchored by buckskin-colored large format tile. Inside, the tile acts as a neutral backdrop for textured rugs, each chosen to hold together an array of furnishings. The greyed white oak built-ins throughout are contrasted with the rich, warm mahogany and walnut of the furniture. A contemporary and largely regional art collection inspired the home’s color palette. Layering textures and pattern and pops of highly-sought after cobalt blue, clay red, and gold give this interior a consistent feeling throughout. As often happens, we were involved in every selection and area of this home, down to the robe hooks and motorized shades.
Project Contributors: HVL Interiors, Surroundings, Compadre Custom Construction, Narrative Media