library with concealed powder room door at the Tucson TV Project from 1997
Photo: Michael Llewellyn
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23. Bring your personal stamp to a project

The owners of the Tucson home—one of them a designer—brought many strong ideas to the table during the 1997 remodel of their 1930 Pueblo Revival home. They worked closely with the architect on some unique and noteworthy details: black poured-concrete kitchen countertops (the first time concrete counters appeared on TOH), kitchen cabinets made from distinctive, locally sourced mesquite wood, and in the library, a powder room door cleverly disguised in a wall of bookshelves.
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