Luxe Magazine Showcases An Open-Plan Paradise Valley House Featuring Anichini


When a Midwesterner and her husband decided to make Arizona, where they often visited, home they had trouble finding the right fit. That is until they came across a newly listed house in Paradise Valley. “We walked through the doors, turned the corner, saw Camelback Mountain and that was is it,” she says. “My husband was sold. We just love those mountain views.”

While the home boasted large-scale, modern spaces, the couple desired a softer design with a vibe more in keeping with its desert surroundings. They enlisted the help of designer Jill Anderson of Wiseman & Gale Interiors in Scottsdale.

“We sat down with Jill in the great room and kept looking out at the pool, the backyard, the bougainvillea, and then Camelback with the corals, browns and greens,” recalls the wife. “That dictated how we wanted to start. We took the beauty of the outside and warmed up the inside with a lot of the same tones, but with more playful pops of color.”


For the master bedroom they chose the vibrant hues of our Taj bedding in green. The Taj fabric is an Anichini icon. The exquisite color selections have such depth, such intricate layers of color – that they match just about any room. The weave has 3 colors in the warp and three in the weft, creating nine separate colors. There is a depth to the design, which prompted one designer to quip “this fabric is alive”.

Content and images via Luxe Magazine.
Photo credit: Grey Crawford

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