Tags: Dallas Interior Designer

Venice Celebration, Part I

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You’ve probably noticed I took a brief break from the blog while traveling this past month in Europe. I’ll be posting about the beautiful architecture and design of my trip over the coming weeks (you can see snapshots from Berlin here), but for now I want to share the culminating...

Snapshots from Berlin

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I haven’t written many travel posts lately, but I’ll be making up for that over the next few weeks. I’m in Europe for most of May, and my travels will culminate, over Memorial Day weekend, with a party I'm throwing in Venice celebrating my husband's birthday and our 10-year wedding...

My Latest Obsession: Waterlogue

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I’ve been a little addicted to the Waterlogue app, which transforms regular iPhone pictures into what appear to be detailed watercolors. I love how soft and luminous everything looks. Even the texture of the “paper” shows up in the images and white surfaces transform into beautiful negative space. This week...

Designer Day in Dallas

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One of the coolest discoveries since moving to Dallas is the consignment and vintage furniture shops here. Having seen so much of the same trendy furniture designs at designer markets, its important for me to find original, interesting interior items. Like my hunting at Round Top, I always end up...

Work-In-Progress: NYC Meatpacking Loft Apartment

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I've posted about works-in-progress before and I'm excited to share another great project: our build-out of a beautiful apartment in New York's Meatpacking District. The home's original bronze, floor-to ceiling window frames—which look out to expansive downtown and Hudson River views—inspired us to design the space in the style of...