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Mosaic Monday…Vintage Vogue.


Mosaic Monday…Out on the Terrace.


Pasadena Showcase House of Design 2014

Walker Zanger is happy to be participating in the 50th Anniversary of the Pasadena Showcase House of Design this year. We have been a participating vendor for the Pasadena Showcase House of Design for more than 20 years, and look forward to working with some of the best designers in Los Angeles each year as they transform a residence in the Pasadena area into a magnificent show piece.

This year’s Showcase House, known as the Flint House, was originally built for Robert Philip Flint and his wife Margaret Gray Flint, in 1915, in the English Arts and Crafts style.   In 1915, the 8,200 square-foot house featured 17 rooms and was built at a cost of $28,000.  Today, the house features seven bedrooms, including a nursery, a nanny’s room and a traveler’s suite, ten baths, five fireplaces, a media room, oak floors, redwood wall paneling, and floor to ceiling leaded glass windows.  The 3.5 acre wooded grounds feature 300 trees, a lily pond, a river-rock artesian spring house, a variety of lovely gardens, a pool and dressing rooms with fire pit, a greenhouse, a gardener’s potting shed and an outdoor kitchen.   In addition, there is a chauffeur’s suite complete with sitting area and kitchenette located above the carriage house.

Organizers expect over 35,000 people to tour the Showcase House this year, making it the most popular of its kind in the country.

Below are details and photographs of the rooms that we supplied material for.  We think the spaces turned out just great!

Carriage House

The carriage house interior rooms were designed by Dona Dockendorf of Tocco Finale. They feature products from our Jet Set, Rue Pierre, Duquesa and AnTeak collections.



Detail of the weathered patina of the reclaimed  AnTeak Large Herringbone in Coffee



The kitchen backsplash features our new Duquesa hand-painted tile collection, in the Fatima Pattern.


The shower wall tile is Jet Set Starlet in Caffe Bruno and floor pattern is Jet Set Lounge in Cafe Bruno.

The shower wall tile is Jet Set Starlet in Caffe Bruno and floor pattern is Jet Set Lounge in Cafe Bruno. The Marble flooring and walls are Rue Pierre Blanc 12″x18″ tiles and the moldings were fabricated from Bianco Bello marble slabs.


Master Bathroom

The master bath is part of the Master Suite Wing, which was designed by Designs of the Interior (Genaro Lagdameo and Karen Shoener).  Featuring our just launched Tangent Collection, this space is a both dramatic and serene, a place where we would definitely love to start the day!


Tangent Collection patterns in this space are: Floor – Astral Nights, Shower – Zephyr, and the Tub Wall – Apex.



Tangent’s Astral Nights pattern adds repeating drama to the floor.



The shower is punctuated by a beautiful stripe of Cafe Bruno Marble.



The shower wall features Tangent “Zephyr” in Calacata.


Pool Dressing Rooms

The pool dressing rooms were designed by Robert Frank of Robert Frank Design. The design showcases products from our Shift and 6th Avenue collections to help create an airy and welcoming space.


The floor is Shift Collection White Stripe Mosaic, which is comprised of multiple stone textures.

The floor is Shift Collection White Stripe Mosaic, which is comprised of multiple stone textures.



If you live in the Los Angeles area, we strongly recommend that you visit this year’s beautiful show house, which is  open through May 11, 2014. For more information, check out www.pasadenashowcase.org.

To see more of the products featured, click here: Tangent, AnTeak, Jet Set, Rue Pierre, Shift, 6th Avenue.




Mosaic Monday… Jetsetting.


Resort Wear.


Tory Burch Resort 2014


Resort Wear. It’s a far cry from the professional daytime attire most of us pull out of our closets each morning. Just the name itself transports your mind out of commuter traffic and plops you right into morning walks on the deck of a cruise ship, afternoons of lounging poolside, palm trees swaying in warm breezes, and exotic drinks laced with rum.

Originally marketed by “upscale” stores, these collections were geared to very affluent customers who were expected to spend the cold winter weeks in warm-weather climates.

Now those luxury locations such as Las Vegas, Palm Beach, and the Bahamas, once saved for holiday destinations, are places of year round living, making resort wear a mainstay clothing style that graces the runways in most all designers collections.

Here are some of our favorites straight from this years runway. And because we just couldn’t resist, we’ve paired them up with pieces from our luxury collections.

So go ahead and pour yourself something worthy of a paper umbrella, sit back relax, and Bon Voyage!



Christian Siriano 2014 Resort Collection


Mandala Devotion Echo Pattern Manhattan Blend


Marc Jacobs Resort 2014


Walker Zanger Jet Set Poolside Pattern


Chanel Resort 2014


Walker Zanger Sonja Collection Nash Pattern


Dior Cruise 2014 – Look 55


Walker Zanger Studio Moderne Collection Imperial Pattern in Lacquer.


Kate Spade Resort 2013



Walker Zanger Weave Collection in Sterling Blend



Lanvin - Resort 2014


Walker Zanger Jet Set Collection Oasis Pattern in Mocha.

All photo images and text are the property of Walker Zanger. Please do not use for commercial purposes without permission. You are welcome to repost. copyright 2014.

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