Representing the famed red rock formations of Sedona, Ariz., this table glows with vivid red chairs and chargers.
Flowers in purples, reds and oranges represent the sunset in red rock country.
A closer view.
Another red table design represents magnificent Arizona desert sunsets. Here, the floral suggests tumbleweeds blowing across the heated sands in summertime.
Effective lighting makes floral pop.
A vision of Arizona's low deserts, a scene of sand and Saguaro cactus.
Copper chargers add gleam to the tables.
Floral represents the desert's summer flora.
A close-up of the "low desert" centerpiece.
A closer view of the "high desert" floral.
A long view of the "low desert" tables.
This table represents Arizona's high desert, renowned for its turquoise and copper resources. The print on the linen suggests Native American motifs.
An elegant detail.
This design represents the Ponderosa pines of the Mogollon Rim area of Arizona. Says designer William McArdle, "With birch trees and pines, mosses and rocks carved by wind and water, the flowers representing the colors of the horizon when you stand on the rim and can see to the end of the world."
A closer view of the floral.
A design representing the middle forest area of Arizona, where the low forests of juniper transcend into the Pondersosa pines. "With natural elements and the green of the forest, Iron and light, you feel like you just stepped into Payson, [Ariz.]" the center of the state, McArdle says.
A staffer lights the dramatic candelabra.
A closer view of the candelabra.
A detail of the candelabra,
This cool design represents the San Francisco Peaks north of Flagstaff, Ariz.
The centerpiece represents the icicles of winter in Arizona's mountains.
Wintry chargers on white tables.
A closer view of the winter centerpiece.
A detail of the centerpiece.