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Above: In the kitchen/dining area a chandelier from Kichler hangs above a VIG table with chairs. The starburst mirror was sourced from Global Views. Opposite: The only request from Wilcox’s husband was to include pops of blue. One area she accommodated him was on the stairwell wall. The console table is from Bernhardt and the white flow- ers are from Global Views.
added indoors—and neither was an easy feat. The first: to cover the towering fireplace in marble. “The builder was scared to hang such heavy marble that high up—they thought the drywall would crumble to the ground,” she says. “But they made it happen.”
She also mapped out lighting installation and later had an
entire wall lined with gray stone in the dining room. “I wanted my style to be a little urban, and when I first did it I kind of had a panic attack,” she says. “I sat on the stairs for two hours staring at it. But once I balanced it with art, I knew it would work.” That was the only hiccup.
From there, Wilcox outfitted her home with childproof, com-