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PaperCity Dallas March 2021

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A new year-round antiques venue, R o u n d T o p Antiques & Design Center is located in the 6,000-square- foot Henkel Hall in Henkel Square, with a vetted list of 11 fine antiques d e a l e r s a n d designers offering a diverse mix of antiques and vintage furniture and accessories. In need of a 14-foot- long reclaimed European chestnut table? Australia/San Francisco-based Salvage Europe, purveyor of antique French oak flooring and furniture and architectural antiques, has you covered. Also in the mix, Brocante French Antiques; LooLoo Design, specializing in antique baths and kitchens; Red Horse Vintage Co. with Native American and American West accessories; Pensieri Design, a go-to source for antique textiles, custom mirrors, wall hangings, and tapestries; and Laurier Blanc with antique European hunting trophies, European furnishings and bar accouterments. From Dallas is Brooke Drake Design with antiques and mid-century; as well as Pascal Home (handcrafted furniture and antiques), Manos de Sur (blankets, throws, vintage textiles, Fair Trade horn jewelry), Burns Antik Haus (European antiques, decoratives), Melange (fine antique furniture, Texas primitives, and linens), and ReWorks Home (handcrafted furnishings, lighting, accessories). Round Top Antiques & Design Center, Henkel Hall, 102 N. Live Oak St., Anne Lee Phillips FOR ALL ANTIQUES A n innovative women- owned mindfulness luxury retreat, The Farm at Wellville, is sited on a bucolic tract and will be home to casitas, farm- to-market culinary offerings, a pool, and spa, with helpings of mindfulness and meditation included on the health and wellness menu. Houston-based Lisa Pope Westerman (founder of LUCID, a design collective known for putting together design-creative dream teams) and Erica Levit (both are former PaperCity magazine editors) have partnered with Austin architect Amy Robins Dempsey on The Farm at Wellville — the trio's debut development project. Experience the THE ROAD TO WELLVILLE A rendering of the new Farm at Wellville vision at The Farm's pop-up, timed to the Round Top Spring Antiques Show this month. At the top of the bill will be a site-specific public art installation by internationally shown, Oklahoma artist Rachel Hayes, who's known for her poetic deployment of textiles in the landscape. Hayes' project for The Farm is one element of a three-part artwork, "Slant of Light," curated by Piper Faust of Piper Faust Public Art; Faust gives art tours at The Farm at Wellville on Saturday, March 27, 11 am and 1 pm. Also shop retailers City Boots handcrafted in Old Mexico; Garment Modern Vintage, rare designer vintage; Second Chance Custom Saint Shore; and Lovely Bird, sustainable hats. The Farm at Wellville, 1905 Century Farms Road, Burton; Catherine D. Anspon WHERE THERE'S SMOKE ... I n the center of Round Top, on Thursday through Sunday, around 11 am, the aroma of smoked post oak leads you behind Henkel Hall in Henkel Square. There you'll find restaurateur Lee Ellis of Ellis Motel (pop in to Ellis Motel on Henkel Square any night – which is not a motel, by the way — but the most social watering hole in town), manning the custom Mill Scale Metalworks smoker for the pop-up Round Top Smoke House. The barbecue with Tex-Mex and Asian influences is available until sellout (usually late afternoon). Some days, Ellis serves up short rib tacos, but always you'll find classic Texas 'cue staples — brisket, ribs, sausage. In typical Ellis fashion, it isn't just about the beef. Look for delicious sides such as Asian slaw, loaded potato salad, garlic noodle, Murphy's cream corn, kale salad, and cowboy beans. Open extended hours during the Spring Antiques Show. @roundtopsmokehouse. Anne Lee Phillips Laurier Blanc LooLoo Design JACK THOMPSON Lee Ellis 86

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