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September 2018- Dallas

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122 there and we amped it up. Or did we start all that? A NEW LOOK. I would love to do Island Modern — a little Mies x Comporta. COLONIAL CARIBBEAN STYLE IS … … about the way we live: comfort, nature, and a far-fl ung imagination. LYFORD CAY MUSTS. The Old Fort Club is staggeringly beautiful and delicious. A fl ight to Harbour Island for a day trip and lunch at The Dunmore and shopping is a must. ISLAND ESSENTIALS. Natural rugs and planters. Beautiful fl uffy English upholstery. Candlelight. Antiques. Books. And small relevant paintings. TIDES OF CHANGE I study every day. In my imagination, I am en route to a look, which resembles the extravagance of Studio Peregalli. It evolves all the time. I am also, again, in love with the simplest cotton white summer slipcovers which speak to my childhood. NEXT. I think we will do furniture ourselves soon. We have drawings and samples being made now. BOOK SIGNING AT QUADRILLE Amanda Lindroth will sign copies of her book Island Hopping (Vendome, $60) Wednesday, September 26, 4:30 to 6:30 pm, at Quadrille in the Dallas Design Center. Hosts: Tricia Bessing, Alison Benners, Ami Cooper. By invitation; call or email for information,, 212.535.5518. Amanda Lindroth Lily Pad, Harbour Island Moon Stone Farm, Lyford Cay

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