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ART + DECORATION 64 C abana magazine founder M a r t i n a M o n d a d o r i Sartogo has teamed with her design friends to create a pair of tabletop collections. Cabana's Papyrus collaboration with porcelain maker Richard Ginori CABANA WARE features plates inspired by Indo-Persian ornaments. A glassware collaboration with Aerin Lauder channels traditional Austrian design and is handmade in Murano. Cabana's Persia Collection of table linens was created for Cabana pop- ups at Bergdorf Goodman and Burlington Arcade in London, and has all the arabesques of traditional Persian rugs. Cabana collections at cabanamagazine. com, Mondadori Sartogo's new tabletop collections will be available for pre-order at Madre, 4715 W. Lovers Lane on Thursday, March 28, 12 pm - 4 pm. Rebecca Sherman N ext month, Dwell w i t h D i g n i t y c e l e b r a t e s 1 0 years with its Thrift Studio p o p - u p w i t h f u r n i s h e d vignettes by leading designers, showrooms, and retailers, plus fine art from 34 artists. This year's lineup includes Brant McFarlain, Judy Aldridge, Russell Brightwell, and Alice Cottrell. Thrift Studio is open to the public April 5 through May 4. (Dwell with Dignity Thrift Studio, Dallas Design Center, 1250 Slocum St. #550, thriftstudio. com) … Currey & Company at Dallas Market Center has a new larger space to showcase lighting, furniture, and accessories. Also at Dallas Market Center, Sonneman has relocated into a spacious 5,700-square-foot showroom on the fourth floor. Rebecca Sherman Design BUZZ A round here, we're all about public art. With that in mind, we're welcoming Baby Foot Giant, 2019, to the Dallas Design District this spring. The striking blue sculpture of a massive baby — 13 feet long and 8 feet tall — seems perplexed by his oversized feet, but in essence they are symbolic of the shared path that we all must walk. Baby Foot Giant is the progeny of artist Idan Zareski, a self-taught French-Israeli sculptor who rarely sketches in advance of his creations, but rather lets his hands express freely. Billy Fong BABY BLUE D allas' Mark Marynick has inked a deal to buy Chicago's 136-year-old Decorators Supply. The company started as a carvers and guilders business in 1883 and has become one of the largest manufacturers of cast ornamental plaster in the country. Decorators Supply is the crown jewel in Marynick's expanding portfolio of artisanal companies, which includes century-old Casci Plaster. Decorators Supply's catalog includes thousands of copyrighted, historic designs for moldings, fireplaces, capitals, and furniture, and its handiwork adorns significant buildings, including the U.S. Capitol, the Smithsonian Institution, and the National Gallery of Art. Rebecca Sherman THE REVIVALIST Cabana x Richard Ginori plates, $210 - $295, and Cabana x Aerin carafe set, $467 Currey & Company Idan Zareski's Baby Foot Giant, 2019 Decorators Supply plaster details INDO-CHIC

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