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November 2018- Dallas

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ART + DECORATION D utch design company Moooi amps up the evening atmosphere with its new Meshmatic chandelier, which casts an elaborate net of shadows on the ceiling. Designed by Rick CASTING SHADOWS McGAHA, On the RISE D allas interior designer Denise McGaha is having a major major moment. In October, she launched a raft of collections at High Point Market: For Design Legacy, she's created nine textile patterns inspired by natural elements — leaves from a magnolia tree in her grandmother's yard, the flowing tail of a betta fish — that artist Kelly O'Neal has translated into large- scale patterns and repeats. For Currey & Company, McGaha has created lighting and furniture, some in chalky plaster and gesso. And for Materials Marketing, she has interpreted seven of her favorite mantel designs in six stone variations. Availability and information, Rebecca Sherman M aximalists, rejoice. Fornasetti reunites with Cole & Son for their third wallpaper collection. While previous collections launched cult favorites such as grisaille clouds Nuvolette and trompe l'oeil library Ex-Libris, the newest collab includes reinterpreted colorways and new designs, from fish to malachite patterns and a pair of papers with romping monkeys. At Lee Jofa, Dallas Design District, 1025 N. Stemmons Freeway, Anne Lee Phillips FORNASETTI For All Tegelaar in galvanized steel and brass, it's the latest from the company co- founded by Marcel Wanders. Moooi Meshmatic chandelier $3,886, at Scott + Cooner, Decorative Center Dallas, 1617 Hi Line Dr., Rebecca Sherman Moooi Meshmatic chandelier From top: Denise McGaha mantel for Materials Marketing. Fornasetti Procuratie e Scimmie wallaper for Cole & Son 84

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