15 January 2010

Stylish Homes: Alexis Swanson + Trevor Traina

Oh my giddy, giddy, giddy, giddy aunt!!!!! This one, my friends, takes the iced-in-24-carat-gold cake. This humble San Francisco abode belongs to "a dashing Internet entrepreneur" and "a dynamic beauty who works with her family's self-titled Napa winery". Note to self: Open winery. Marry "Internet Entrepreneur". PS The original article appeared in the December 2009 issue of US Vogue. Read the online "edited for vogue.com" article here.


"Bird's-Eye View The dining room's music chairs are by Ann Getty & Associates. Andrew Fisher designed the abalone-topped tables. The 18th-century grotto furniture was found at Newel, NYC. The photograph is The Seneca, by Alec Soth. The chandelier was found at Coleen & Company, L.A. Flowers by Torryne Choate."


"In the Pink Interior designer Thomas Britt's bravura drawing-room scheme features Sabina Fay Braxton's velvet. Hiroshi Sugimoto's Queen Elizabeth II, 1999, is flanked by works by Christopher Williams and John Baldessari."


"Left: Heroic Feet Johnny in the entrance gallery, with Keith Tyson's Studio Wall Drawing: 13th May 2004. Right: Eye for Detail The 19th-century peacock bench in the library was found at Steinitz, Paris. Ann Getty covered the walls in peacock-feather eyes."


"Left: Play Room Trevor and Johnny in the dining room. Right: Stairway to the Stars Thomas Britt's Adler-inspired Lucite banister with Laurie Simmons's Walking Cake II (color)."


"Mom and Pop Art Alexis, in a Chloé coat and Dolce & Gabbana heels, with Johnny in the entrance gallery, beside Keith Tyson's History Painting (Baden-Baden, 1942); 18th-century Portuguese chairs flank a 17th-century Chinese altar."


"Hot House The Trainas added an English conservatory by Amdega. The octagonal table and rustic chairs and the Jansen-inspired tufted banquettes and plaster stools are by Ann Getty & Associates. The chandelier was found at Partridge, London. Landscape architect Flora Grubb designed the plantings."
All images + quotes vogue.com

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