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Our client favorite, the Antelope rug, gets a Southern twist in this Dallas townhouse designed by Jan Showers. Jan loves to mix centuries-old French styles with contemporary pieces. This space features a collection of black and white photographs, statement art deco lamps and a sleek velvet couch. The mirror allows us a sneak peek at the assortment of stacked books and art placed cleverly along the shelves. We love the originality and comfort of this study.
Based out of Houston, designer Julie Dodson mixes similar colors, but differentiates shades to create contrast in this interior. Our ‘McCoy’ carpet is a standalone piece but the muted tones of the furnishings cleverly craft cohesion in this room. A textured pouf, minimal artwork and a Grecian inspired vase create a majestic space.
The Dallas based design firm, Collins Interiors, describes its taste as refined and sophisticated whilst always highlighting a client’s distinctive personality. A traditional dining room set and geometric wallpaper along with a STARK stair runner allows this particular client’s mid-century modern style shine through. The puppy adds its own character to the entrance.
Blue, gold, leather and a patterned STARK carpet work to create tailored masculinity in this office renovated by Heather Scott Home.
Texas is known for its music scene and this music room, designed by Savage Interior, delivers a taste of that culture and tradition. A grand piano matches black elements spread throughout the room while a marriage of blues and whites blend with our creamy white Stark carpet.