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Taxidermy mounts of a lynx and Indian white fallow deer battle in a corner of the living room over an 18th-century Peruvian tabernacle used as a drinks bar.
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In the dining room, at left is a salon-style hanging with works (clockwise from top left) by Kent Dorn, Jordan Sullivan, Alejandro Diaz, and Brad Elterman. At right is a large-scale lace painting by Mark Flood. Gio Ponti chairs mesh with antique Venetian chairs. On the tabletop rests an Italian Majolica head planter with an agave. The Mexican tin chandelier is from James Powell.
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A large-scale photograph by Dash Snow is grouped with Venetian chairs, a 1970s brass table by Pace Collection and a carved wooden hand sculpture purchased from Kelly Wearstler’s personal collection.
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In the master bedroom, a large painting by Retna, bedding by Kelly Wearstler for Sferra and pillows by Stone Textile. Flanking the bed are vintage 1970s brass tables with candelabra by Gene Byron. Hunter collects art magazines, and they are placed throughout the house.
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In the living room, industrial sconces designed by Hunter flank a painting by Kelli Vance. Inside the fireplace is a video installation piece by Jules Buck Jones. Two Pierre Paulin chairs in red suede, a pivoting brass table by Pace Collection and a customized mid-century sofa occupy the seating area.
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Behind the sofa, a Jo Jackson photograph. Pillows by Jeannie Zaner and Kevin O’Brien Studio.
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Garrett Hunter in his living room. The vintage “TOBACCOS” sign was found in San Antonio.
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A large photograph by Hunter’s mother, artist Rhonda McFarlain Hunter, hangs above a 1940s mirrored Mexican cabinet. Antique lotus-shaped vessels.
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