Residential furnishings & features
The family has long been drawn to the southwest, returning often to Santa Fe and Taos. Some of their travels were design trips, to bring back unique adobe salvaged doors, early mission wood carvings and iron work. Fritz's task was to complement the collection with furnishings, rugs, lighting and window treatments that were as unique as their finds. This also called for design of custom one-of-a-kind pieces.
The home’s architecture is Spanish Mission, so there’s an easy blend between intricate iron-work from Spain and more earthy native American tones. Wherever possible, Fritz introduced craft of the region from south-west to Mexico
New furnishings and fixtures for Living and Dining Rooms to complement a collection of southwest artifacts. Work included a combination of special-order and custom-fabricated furnishings, fixtures and window treatments.
Sectional, chaise & ottomans in a combination of leather, tapestry & haired-hide
Southwest-patterned wool rugs
Custom 2-tiered light fixture crafted from original foundry molds and iron-work
Custom table of Mexican tile & reclaimed wood with salvage base.
Dining seating in combination of haired hides and embossed tooled leather
Original design for chimney frontispiece of reclaimed wood and Mexican tile