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September 2018- Houston

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LAM E veryone's favorite Upper K i r b y n e o - t r a d i t i o n a l home design store has opened a second location. Lam Bespoke owners Cathy and Patrick Lam tapped Marie Flanigan of Marie Flanigan Interiors to design the expansive new space in Memorial Green, where wide- plank European oak flooring, a matte plaster wall by Segreto Finishes, and dramatic metal shelving showcase Lam Bespoke's furniture, accessories, and lighting. The showstopper is a grisaille custom wall mural by Gracie depicting a pastoral scene, in which four sheep sweetly represent the Lam family (Cathy, Patrick, and their two young daughters). Lam Bespoke, 12525 Memorial Dr., Anne Lee Phillips BESPOKE GOES WEST S traight from São Paulo, Ornare has landed in Decorative Center Houston. Founded in 1986 by Esther and Murillo Schattan, Ornare offers high- quality cabinetry and organizational systems for kitchens, closets, home offices, and bathrooms. A leading Brazilian luxury design company equally obsessed with design and craftsmanship, Ornare uses cutting-edge technology and Forest Stewardship Council- certified wood, providing a green seal for environmental protection. Ornare, Decorative Center Houston, 5120 Woodway, Anne Lee Phillips ART + DECORATION The Paris Collection of cabinetry by Ornare OLÁ, ORNARE! FOR THE AGES COMPLETELY FLOORED T his month, Romo, one of the world's oldest and most revered textiles houses, launches its first rug collection. The fifth-generation, family-owned company has translated four recent fabric designs into flat- weave and hand-tufted rugs woven from wool and cotton chenille. They're produced in Belgium by 159-year-old rug company Louis de Poortere and are stocked in three sizes for quick delivery. To the trade through Culp Associates, Decorative Center Houston, 5120 Woodway Dr., Suite 4018, Rebecca Sherman Designers and collectors go wild for the limited-edition and custom furniture of Edward Wormley, who created for Dunbar in the mid-20th century. Originals are hard to find; they fetch top prices at auction. Today, the Wormley obsession continues via a 20-piece collection for Baker. Produced at Dunbar's North Carolina factories, Edward Wormley for Baker includes such lyrical pieces as the Gabrielle lounge chair, Golightly stand, Captain's chair, and Austen lounge chair, plus case goods, sofas, and accessories. To the trade at Meredith O'Donnell Fine Furniture, 1751 Post Oak Blvd., Rebecca Sherman MAN Romo by Louis de Poortere flatweave and tufted rugs Vintage Edward Wormley interior Marie Flanigan left, and Cathy Lam Lam Bespoke in Memorial Green 76

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