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March 2019- Dallas

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ART + DECORATION 66 A erin Lauder is expanding the offerings under her lifestyle brand Aerin with a collaboration of shades and drapery for The Shade Store. "The collection was inspired by my home in the Hamptons, which previously belonged to my grandmother [Estée Lauder]," she says. "Several rooms in the house have richly patterned wallpaper and drapery, and through the years I've made changes while honoring her vision. This collection is inspired by that mix, which makes a room feel more personal and individual." Aerin for The Shade Store features nine geometric and nature-inspired patterns in painterly blue, pink, gray, and chocolate brown, and are handcrafted by a U.S. artisan and ship free in an impressive 10 days or less — hard to beat for custom. At The Shade Store, 4516 McKinney Ave., Anne Lee Phillips IN THE SHADE WITH AERIN K arim Rashid experimented with software programs to create the extremely complex triangulated compositions for Korgamy, his new collaboration with Lindström rugs. One America's most famous and prolific product designers, Rashid's functional artworks are in the permanent collections of museums worldwide including MoMA in New York and the Centre Pompidou in Paris. Erik Lindström of Los Angeles– based Lindström rugs — which is known for its GoodWeave–certified bespoke, hand-knotted, and hand-tufted carpets — first met Rashid in New York in 2014, where they percolated on the idea of a collaboration. It was a perfect fit: Rashid had always wanted to design a rug collection, and Lindström needed geometric designs to round out his abstract nature- inspired inventory. To the trade at Jean de Merry, 1505 Hi Line Dr., Rebecca Sherman PURE GEOMETRY Aerin Lauder in her East Hampton kitchen; shades are Exotic Floral Aerin for The Shade Store W e adore delicately e m b r o i d e r e d wallpapers, which add texture and d i m e n s i o n . A t Fromental, Tim Butcher and Lizzie Deshayes, who worked in fashion before launching their London wallpaper and fabrics company, source the same fine embroidery artisans to embellish papers and fabrics. For its new embroidered Chinoiserie wallpapers, Fromental artisans use shadings in the threads to create a painterly effect, and their repertoire encompasses couching, knotting, random stitching, loops, and tufting. A STITCH IN TIME Italian designer Alessandra Branca debuted her collection for de Gournay at Deco Off in Paris, covering the walls of the de Gournay private apartment with her embroidered design. Flora wallpaper depicts garlands of flowers and leaves, hand-painted and embroidered onto tea paper in silk and metallic threads. Branca has also designed complementary embroidered fabrics, including a faux bois pattern. Fromental, to the trade at George Cameron Nash, Dallas Design Center,; De Gournay, to the trade at Culp Associates, Dallas Design Center, Rebecca Sherman Karim Rashid's Korgamy rug for Lindström Fromental embroidered Chinoiserie wallpaper Alessandra Branca's embroidered wallpaper for de Gournay

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