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fortable and transitional pieces that are also pretty and lively. She applied a “color blocking” technique to each space, with largely neutral pieces punched up with patterns, pops of or- ange for added happiness and those requested blues. Custom drapes by Addison-
based JC’s Upholstery hang from nearly every window. Accessories were sourced from Global Views, and she favored Feizy and Surya rugs. Wilcox found many of her furnishings
Above: An interior design vet of nearly 20 years, Wilcox (pictured) says, “I think my approach to design appears confident, because it is bold.” Opposite: The kitchen’s mas- sive island was one of the reasons Wilcox and her husband chose the home. She opted for dark alder cabinetry, matte-finish hardwood floors and a travertine backsplash in a herringbone pattern. Wilcox also selected the granite and incorporated a 60-inch Sub-Zero refrigerator. The twin chandeliers are from Cyan Design.