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NOVEMBER IN THE WEST Page 23: Handspun-hemp towels used as napkins ($22 each), pale green ceramic plates ($80 each), and ribbed-glass tumblers from Japan ($6 each) from the Gardener (thegardener. com or 510/548-4545). Motto bowls (59 cents each) and Rara wineglasses ($2.99 each) from Ikea (ikea.com or 800/434-4532). Page 28: Ribba extra-deep 19-inch square frame ($20) and Lack side table ($13) from Ikea (see above). Velcro sticky-back strips (velcro.com) available at hardware stores. Abrasion-resistant 1/8-inch plastic for tabletop from TAP Plastics ($12 per square foot; tapplastics.com or 800/246-5055).

CRAFTY MAKEOVER Page 58 (left): Lotus fountain ($579) from Fountain Depot (fountaindepot.com or 805/208-4876). Page 58 (top right): Similar pots available from Asian Ceramics (asian-ceramics.com or 626/449-6800). Fu dog sculpture ($39) from Fountain Depot (see above).

TRANSFORM WITH COLOR Page 71: Cranapple paint on walls (item 1015; color is discontinued, but many Lining paint on trim (item 32-32) from Pratt & Lambert (prattandlambert.com or 800/289-7728). Vintage photographs, homeowners' own. Page 72: Contractor for kitchen was Matt Sears Wood and Metalworks (503/957-4649). Aged Mint paint (item IB77) from Ralph Lauren Paint (ralphlaurenhome.com or 800/379-7656). Silver Lining paint on trim and cabinets from Pratt & Lambert (see above). Rhodes pendant in Antique Black (item PD-14-1-4) and Opal glass shade (item OP-2250-09-4; $203 each light, as shown) from Schoolhouse Electric Co. (schoolhouseelectric.com or 800/630-7113). Carrara marble tiles and counter from EuroStone (eurostoneinc.com or 800/632-5811); counter with drainboard fabricated by De La Tierra (503/720-6581). Mahogany counters by Hardwood Industries (hardwoodind.com or 800/745-6620). Thermador stainless steel 36-inch range and chimney-style wall hood (thermador.com or 800/735-4328). Sub-Zero built-in refrigerator (subzero.com or 800/222-7820) with custom chalkboard front fabricated by W.H. Cress Company (whcress.com or 503/620-1664). Antique cast-iron table base with custom-honed Absolute Black granite top from Classico Marmo (503/233-0224). Page 73 (top): Refinished and painted antique table from Antiques & Oddities (about $1,350; similar items available; antiquewholesale.net or 503/222-4246). Kilim rugs from Pakobel (similar items available; pakobel.com). Vintage photographs are homeowners' own. Looking for Home (acrylic on canvas) by Jody Katopothis (jodykat.com or 503/957-3167). Page 73 (bottom right): Split Pea paint on exterior (item 16-28) from Pratt & Lambert (see above). Night Flower paint on door (item 1344) from Benjamin Moore (benjamin moore.com or 800/672-4686). Page 74 (top left): Colonial Red spray paint on lockers from Rust-Oleum (rustoleum.com or 800/323-3584). Filtered Sunlight paint on walls (item 2154-60) from Benjamin Moore (see above). Spellman light fixture in Matte Bronze (item CM-15-1-6) with shade ($162 as shown) from Schoolhouse Electric Co. (see above). Page 74 (top right): Five-Needled Pines paint on beadboard (item 8205) and Luna Moth paint on walls (item 8192) from Sherwin-Williams (both colors are discontinued, but many stores can mix them or a similar shade; sherwin-williams.com or 800/474-3794). Bathtub from Sunrise Specialty (sunrisespecialty.com or 510/729-7277). Sage wall sconce in Matte Bronze (item WM-40-1-2.25; $109) from Schoolhouse Electric Co. (see above) with vintage shade. Rustic star from Cottage Gardens of Petaluma ($35-$175; similar styles available; cottage gardensofpet.com or 707/778-8025). Ribbon shower curtain in bright multistripe from Garnet Hill ($78; garnethill.com or 800/870-3513). Sussex towel bar, hook, and shelf from Pottery Barn ($24-$69; pottery barn.com or 800/922-5507). Page 74 (bottom left): Soothing Celadon paint (item ICC-95) from Behr (behr.com or 877/237-6158). Mendocino bed from Pottery Barn ($1,099-$1,199; see above) refinished in orange paint by Northwest Refinishing (503/670-0410). Eileen Fisher rippled cotton coverlet in soft white ($198) from Garnet Hill (see above). Nate Berkus chunky knit throw in turquoise from Linens 'n Things ($80; Int.com or 866/568-7378). Drapery and valance designed by homeowner and fabricated by Ginger Abernathy Creations (gingerabernathy.com or 503/788-1142). Page 74 (bottom right): Sugar Loaf paint on walls (item 45-A; color is discontinued, but many stores can mix it or a similar shade) by Ace Hardware (acehardware.com or 866/290-5334). Star light fixture from Sturbridge Yankee Workshop ($300; sturbridgeyankee.com or 800/343-1144). Watercolor paintings (left to right) Life Is Good There and Greek House by Jody Katopothis (see above). Bottlecap and chain mail sculpture, Self Portrait, by Francesca Quagliata of 4th Street Design (4thstreet design.com). Coral ceramic garden stool from Cargo ($140; cargoinc.com or 503/243-7804).

NATURAL THANKSGIVING STYLE Page 76: Cotton-and-linen tablecloth ($132) and napkins ($18 each) by Transylvanian Images and Coupe plates ($26-$32 each) by Heath Ceramics from Spring (astore calledspring.com or 415/673-2065). Ella tumblers ($42 each) and Vivian goblets ($52) by Juliska from Sue Fisher King (suefisherking.com or 888/811-7276). Plants and terra-cotta pots from Flora Grubb Gardens (floragrubbgardens.com or 415/626-7256). Vintage silverware and chairs are stylist's own. Page 78 (top left): Napkin by Transylvanian Images from Spring (see above). Placecards by Maybelle Imasa-Stukuls (may-belle.com or 415/786-3515). Page 78 (top right): Napkin by Transylvanian Images ($18) and Heath Ceramics bud vase ($20) from Spring (see above). Gift card by Maybelle Imasa-Stukuls (see above). Plate and silverware are stylist's own. Page 78 (bottom left): Heath Ceramics Coupe plate ($26) from Spring (see above). Wooden crayons from Urbanweeds ($27 per set of 12 or $2.50 each; urbanweeds.com or 206/632-7680). Silverware is stylist's own. Page 78 (bottom right): Large ceramic bowl ($105) and plates ($26 each) by Heath Ceramics from Spring (see above).

LABOR OF LOVE Page 95: Custom glass tabletop with Parsons base in natural steel ($380) and Milan chairs in chocolate leather ($199 each) from Room & Board (roomandboard.com or 800/486-6554). Five-pocket bread riser (table centerpiece) from Lime Stone ($210; limestonehealdsburg.com or 707/433-3080). Page 97 (top center): Wood-fired Medio 110 oven from Mugnaini Imports ($3,550; mugnaini.com or 888/887-7206). Page 97 (middle right): Sectional sofa in chocolate leather ($7,400 as shown) from Bee Market (bee-market.com or 415/292-2910). Barcelona coffee table from Design Within Reach ($1,183; dwr.com or 800/944-2233). Brindled Hide Rug ($675), throw pillows (price upon request), and round wooden tray ($125) from Lime Stone (see above). Page 97 (bottom right): Vista chairs ($139 each) from Room & Board (see above). Page 98 (top): King-size B102 bed from Bee Market ($2,400 as shown; see above). Tuscan Cypress Grove photograph (over bed) by Andy Katz ($1,600; andykatzphotography.com or 707/433-9396). Page 98 (bottom left): Monkeypod stool from Lime Stone ($293; see above). Page 98 (bottom right): Bench ($1,100) and cushion ($350) from Bee Market (see above). Page 99: Landscape architecture by Guenther Vogt (bouquets.org or 800/825-6768).

A SEATTLE CHEF'S NEW THANKSGIVING Page 100: Cameron platter ($45) from Crate and Barrel (crateandbarrel.com or 800/967-6696). Vintage serving tools are stylist's own. Page 101: Studio dinner plates in cream ($48 for four) and linen hemstitch dinner napkins ($54 for six) from Pottery Barn (see above). Page 103 (left center): Sausalito fish platter in Blanca ($26) from Pottery Barn (see above). Page 103 (top right): Studio serving bowl ($75 for set of three) from Pottery Barn (see above). Page 107: Nilsson round salad plate ($13 each) from Crate and Barrel (see above).
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