Posted on September 7, 2020
Awe-inspiring and glamorously grand, the Scottsdale Villa demanded the best. Creamy stone shapes swooping arches supported by mottled, clay-colored columns. Sepia-tone wood and ruby red furniture offset the allover ivory.
In the dining room, break vaulted ceilings soar over David’s handmade wooden dining table; a unique piece as strong as the house itself. Off the dining room stands the sitting area, dressed in authentic Italian leather and lit by glass lamps. The focal point painting by Gregory Lomayesva was found in Santa Fe and shipped to Scottsdale.
A Mexican Canterra Stone fireplace presides over the lounge, inset with carved wood and chevron-shaped stone paneling. An Indonesian wedding panel rests above, carefully restored and preserved for reverent display. Velvets, suedes, and shaggy furs round out the room with their distinct textures.