Nestled just outside of Phoenix, in the cactus rich Arizona desert landscape, these homeowners were looking for a modern take on the traditional adobe rancher. The end result was a home that told a different element of their story from one room to the next. While bedroom might show the homeowner's love for London, the next displayed their affinity for all things French. Highlights from the project include pieces with histories, like the dining room table made from a 150 year old door, the 200 year old olive oil pot from Jerusalem in the front entry, or the coffee table made of selvedge barn-wood from Pennsylvania.
Click photos to enlarge.