Tucson Envy

OMG, I Want This House: Tucson (PHOTOS)

Tucked away in Tucson, this restored home is a dream combination of vintage and rustic. Yes, please!

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Gary Patch and Darren Clark used mud, straw, and local cacti to return this incredible Arizona home to its original 1860s structure. This adobe showplace, filled with quirky treasures and artwork, takes the rustic look to a whole new level.

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The designers removed layers of linoleum to reveal these warm adobe walls and then adorned them with unique collectibles like framed creepy-crawlies and vintage clocks.

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We can imagine spending an afternoon enjoying the charming artwork in this living room.

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A pop of green and just-right Southwestern curiosities are perfect against the earthy, adobe backdrop.

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Skylights and Aztec prints warm up the cavernous living room.

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Even the desert gets chilly at night. These open fireplaces provide the only source of heat in the house.

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A table made from Indonesian teak floorboards is the centerpiece of this dining room. A painting by Matt Cotten and an apple photograph by Adam Light line the walls.

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A beaded pearl curtain separates the dining room and kitchen, softening the natural texture of the rough adobe wall.

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The kitchen is almost too pretty to cook in, with a row of cast iron pans hanging on the wall behind an antique stove.

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Who wouldn't be productive in this study? Wall-to-wall bookcases add a contemporary touch.

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Sunlight streams through ox-eye windows, filling the bathroom with light.

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The water in this shower flows directly from the skylight onto a floor of loose Mexican beach pebbles.

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This simple bedroom is flooded with light and kept cozy by a corner fireplace.

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A tranquil, graveled courtyard garden, furnished with a collection of rusting chairs and decorated with an ornamental fountain, is the ideal place to while away a warm summer's night.