Paul Duchscherer specified the wallpaper, which was made by Bradbury & Bradbury and installed by Peter Bridgman. Stuart Compton created the tiles around the hearth. Ted Ellison designed and created the art glass in the fixture. Audel Davis did the metalwork. Dianne Ayres (Arts and Crafts Period Textiles) produced the window treatments and pillow. The house itself was designed by architects Steve Rynerson and Pat O’Brien. All are members of Artistic License, a decades-old guild with roots in the San Francisco Bay Area. The project, Zito says, is a tribute to English A&C designers Voysey and Ashbee.