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View of the sea from Valera Lyles’s property,Valera Lyles's house in Carmel by the Sea
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Valera Lyles's house in Carmel by the Sea
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Valera Lyles's house in Carmel by the Sea
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Rear elevation of the home,Valera Lyles's house in Carmel by the Sea
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The darling Vacation Villas keep Lyles’ grandchildren well entertained when they come to visit. Valera Lyles's house in Carmel by the Sea
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Valera Lyles, Valera Lyles's house in Carmel by the Sea
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The eclectic living room is reflective of the owner’s lifetime of collecting. Chandelier, 18th-c. Venetian owned by Henry Ford II. 19th-c. grotto loveseat. Valera Lyles's house in Carmel by the Sea
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19th-c. grotto loveseat in the living room of Valera Lyles's house in Carmel by the Sea,Valera Lyles's house in Carmel by the Sea
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Detail of the livingroom Valera Lyles's house in Carmel by the Sea
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Detail of the livingroom Valera Lyles's house in Carmel by the Sea
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The eclectic living room is reflective of the owner’s lifetime of collecting. Chandelier, 18th-c. Venetian owned by Henry Ford II. 19th-c. grotto loveseat. 19th-c. grotto side table. Sofa in Diamante fabric, Saladino Furniture. Large wooden shell above entry, from the Lotusland estate of Madam Ganna Walska in Montecito, CA. Antique chair, French, circa1690.Valera Lyles's house in Carmel by the Sea
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Detail of the Ammonite bedroom,Valera Lyles's house in Carmel by the Sea
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17th-c wooden statue in the reading room of Valera Lyles's house in Carmel by the Sea
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A pair of fantastical merman creatures greets guests at the home’s entry. Artist, Pat Hopper.Valera Lyles's house in Carmel by the Sea
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17th-c wooden statue in the reading room of Valera Lyles's house in Carmel by the Sea
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Detail of the reading room at Valera Lyles's house in Carmel by the Sea
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- A 17th c. Italian harpsichord sits in the nook across from the dining table. Stool, Italian grotto style. Mirror, 18th-c. Italian. Custom consoles, each composed of two 18th-c. corner mer-cherubs.
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The master bedroom reflects Lyles’s fascination with both the sea and ecclesiastical art. Antique bed, with Venetian poles added. Mirror, 18th-century found in Sweden. Painting of Suzanna and the Elders, a serendipitous eBay find while researching images for a lecture on the art of seduction.Valera Lyles house in Carmel
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Detail of the kitchen at Valera Lyles's house in Carmel by the Sea
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The eclectic living room is reflective of the owner’s lifetime of collecting. Chandelier, 18th-c. Venetian owned by Henry Ford II. 19th-c. grotto loveseat. 19th-c. grotto side table. Sofa in Diamante fabric, Saladino Furniture. Large wooden shell above entry, from the Lotusland estate of Madam Ganna Walska in Montecito, CA. Antique chair, French, circa1690.Valera Lyles's house in Carmel by the Sea
Usa - California

A 17th-c. Italian harpsichord sits in the nook across from the dining table.Valera Lyles's house in Carmel by the Sea
Usa - California

The master bedroom reflects Lyles’s fascination with both the sea and ecclesiastical art. Antique bed, with Venetian poles added. Mirror, 18th-century found in Sweden
Usa - California

Detail of the livingroom Valera Lyles's house in Carmel by the Sea
Usa - California

The master bedroom reflects Lyles’s fascination with both the sea and ecclesiastical art. Antique bed, with Venetian poles added. Mirror, 18th-century found in Sweden. Painting of Suzanna and the Elders, a serendipitous eBay find while researching images for a lecture on the art of seduction.Valera Lyles house in Carmel
Usa - California

Detail of the kitchen at Valera Lyles's house in Carmel by the Sea
Usa - California

Detail of the kitchen,Valera Lyles's house in Carmel by the Sea
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Detail of the master bedroom Valera Lyles's house in Carmel by the Sea
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The eclectic living room is reflective of the owner’s lifetime of collecting. Chandelier, 18th-c. Venetian owned by Henry Ford II. 19th-c. grotto loveseat. 19th-c. grotto side table. Sofa in Diamante fabric, Saladino Furniture. Large wooden shell above entry, from the Lotusland estate of Madam Ganna Walska in Montecito, CA. Antique chair, French, circa1690.Valera Lyles's house in Carmel by the Sea
Usa - California

Antique chair, French, circa1690.Valera Lyles's house in Carmel by the Sea
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17th-c. Dutch marquetry wine holder. Sofa table, 19th-c. grotto style.The simple fireplace is beautifully adorned with a 17th-c. Italian capriccio painting, signed Circle of Viviano Codazzi; scientifically accurate replicas of narwhal tusks; and Louis XV-style ormolu chenets in the shape of reposing tritons blowing conch shells.The many fine collected objets lend visual richness to the living areas. Candlesticks, French. 17th-c. Delft tulipiere, from Axel Vervoordt.Valera Lyles's house in Carmel by the Sea
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The Ammonite Bedroom, named for the custom ammonite sink in the bathroom, has a glorious view over the cove. Bed, 19th-c. Portuguese. Chandelier, 20th-c. Venetian “excavated glass.” Grotto table. Chairs, primitive German with sea themes. Valera Lyles's house in Carmel by the Sea
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An 18th-c. Venetian secretary is paired with a 19th-c. grotto rocking chair in the master bedroom.Valera Lyles's house in Carmel by the Sea
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The simple fireplace is beautifully adorned with a 17th-c. Italian capriccio painting, signed Circle of Viviano Codazzi; scientifically accurate replicas of narwhal tusks; and Louis XV-style ormolu chenets in the shape of reposing tritons blowing conch shells.The many fine collected objets lend visual richness to the living areas. Candlesticks, French. 17th-c. Delft tulipiere, from Axel VervoordtValera Lyles's house in Carmel by the Sea
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The master bath windows are equipped with switch glass, which becomes opaque with the touch of a button. A small convent altarpiece, comprised of miniature scenes and figures carved from mother-of-pearl, contrasts with the clean white lines of the cabinetry. Valera Lyles's house in Carmel by the Sea
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Cool walls and rugless pickled floors allow furniture and objets to read as sculpture. French galleon chandelier, a tribute to Napoleon. Dining chairs with shell motif, 18th c Portuguese baroque. On floor, 17th-c. Dutch marquetry wine holder. Sofa table, 19th-c. grotto style.Valera Lyles's house in Carmel by the Sea
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Dinnerware and service pieces were artfully chosen for their ornamentation with sea themes in the diningroom of Valera Lyles's house in Carmel by the Sea
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Dolphins balancing a flower bouquet, 19th-c. shell work. Place card holders, found in Rome. Coral flatware, discovered in a vitrine at the Ritz in Paris. Dragon-stem goblet, museum quality reproduction by William Gudenrath based on a Venetian goblet produced in Murano from1630–1670. (R) Silver nef, an elaborate ship-shaped table ornament and container used in the middle ages, usually on wheels so it could be rolled around table and, typically, placed in front of the person with the highest social status.Valera Lyles's house in Carmel by the Sea
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Dinnerware and service pieces were artfully chosen for their ornamentation with sea themes in the diningroom of Valera Lyles's house in Carmel by the Sea
Usa - California

Dolphins balancing a flower bouquet,Valera Lyles's house in Carmel by the Sea
Usa - California

Dinnerware and service pieces were artfully chosen for their ornamentation with sea themes in the diningroom of Valera Lyles's house in Carmel by the Sea
Usa - California

Dinnerware and service pieces were artfully chosen for their ornamentation with sea themes. Valera Lyles's house in Carmel by the Sea
Usa - California

Dinnerware and service pieces were artfully chosen for their ornamentation with sea themes in the diningroom of Valera Lyles's house in Carmel by the Sea
Usa - California

Place card holders, found in Rome,Valera Lyles's house in Carmel by the Sea
Usa - California

Dolphins balancing a flower bouquet,Valera Lyles's house in Carmel by the Sea
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Dinnerware and service pieces were artfully chosen for their ornamentation with sea themesValera Lyles's house in Carmel by the Sea
Usa - California

Small items on the table and buffet continue the rich layering of sea-themed furnishings into the dining room,Valera Lyles's house in Carmel by the Sea
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French galleon chandelier, a tribute to Napoleon. Dining chairs with shell motif, 18th c Portuguese baroque. On floor, 17th-c. Dutch marquetry wine holder. Sofa table, 19th-c. grotto style.Valera Lyles's house in Carmel by the Sea
Usa - California

The eclectic living room is reflective of the owner’s lifetime of collecting. Chandelier, 18th-c. Venetian owned by Henry Ford II. 19th-c. grotto loveseat. 19th-c. grotto side table. Sofa in Diamante fabric, Saladino Furniture. Large wooden shell above entry, from the Lotusland estate of Madam Ganna Walska in Montecito, CA. Antique chair, French, circa1690.The many fine collected objets lend visual richness to the living areas. Candlesticks, French. 17th-c. Delft tulipiere, from Axel Vervoordt. Valera Lyles's house in Carmel by the SeaValera Lyles's house in Carmel by the Sea
Usa - California

The master bedroom reflects Lyles’s fascination with both the sea and ecclesiastical art. Antique bed, with Venetian poles added. Mirror, 18th-century found in Sweden. Painting of Suzanna and the Elders, a serendipitous eBay find while researching images for a lecture on the art of seduction.Valera Lyles house in Carmel
Usa - California

Detail of the kitchen at Valera Lyles's house in Carmel by the Sea
Usa - California

Detail of the kitchen at Valera Lyles's house in Carmel by the Sea
Usa - California

Detail of the kitchen at Valera Lyles's house in Carmel by the Sea
Usa - California

Detail in the kitchen of Valera Lyles's house in Carmel by the Sea
Usa - California

Detail in the kitchen of Valera Lyles's house in Carmel by the Sea
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Ceramic soup tureen with sea motifs, Milanese modern. Valera Lyles's house in Carmel by the Sea
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Detail in the kitchen of Valera Lyles's house in Carmel by the Sea
Usa - California

Ceramic soup tureen with sea motifs, Milanese modern. Valera Lyles's house in Carmel by the Sea
Usa - California

Valera Lyles, Valera Lyles's house in Carmel by the Sea
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Rear elevation of the home,Valera Lyles's house in Carmel by the Sea
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A sea-level deck and fire pit, built as part of a massive cliff-face restoration project, overlook the cove.Valera Lyles's house in Carmel by the Sea
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View of the sea from Valera Lyles’s property,Valera Lyles's house in Carmel by the Sea
Usa - California

The Ammonite Bedroom, named for the custom ammonite sink in the bathroom, has a glorious view over the cove. Bed, 19th-c. Portuguese. Chandelier, 20th-c. Venetian “excavated glass.” Grotto table. Chairs, primitive German with sea themes. Valera Lyles's house in Carmel by the Sea
Usa - California

- A 17th c. Italian harpsichord sits in the nook across from the dining table. Stool, Italian grotto style. Mirror, 18th-c. Italian. Custom consoles, each composed of two 18th-c. corner mer-cherubs.Valera Lyles's house in Carmel by the Sea
Usa - California

The eclectic living room is reflective of the owner’s lifetime of collecting. Chandelier, 18th-c. Venetian owned by Henry Ford II. 19th-c. grotto loveseat. 19th-c. grotto side table. Sofa in Diamante fabric, Saladino Furniture. Large wooden shell above entry, from the Lotusland estate of Madam Ganna Walska in Montecito, CA. Antique chair, French, circa1690.Valera Lyles's house in Carmel by the Sea
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The Garden Bedroom has views of the home’s front garden and entry fountain. Bed, late 18th-c. Italian. Chandelier, 18th-c. French. Wall panels originally joined as a screen.Valera Lyles's house in Carmel by the Sea
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Detail of the Master bathroom,Valera Lyles's house in Carmel by the Sea