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PaperCity Houston November 2022

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SHELLEY JOHNSTONE SHELLEY JOHNSTONE DESIGN LAKE FOREST, ILLINOIS T he study is a designed as a perfect place to read, get a little work done, enjoy a cup of tea with a friend, or just relax with the French doors open to the garden. Southern Ticking Co. brown-and-cream ticking stripe fabric is on the walls and windows. Eugene Petite plaster chandelier by Julie Neill. Window treatments and hardware The Shade Store. In the adjacent bath is a repeat of the ticking stripe for the custom window pelmet, and grasscloth walls. Candler-Carrara sisal woven rug, Sacco Carpet. PHOTOGRAPHY KRIS ELLIS JESSICA DAVIS ATELIER DAVIS ATLANTA T he vestibule and powder room were inspired by the natural surroundings of the home site and Texas sunsets. A large painting by Dallas artist Erika Huddleston depicts native Texas flora, and the nature motif is echoed in the ginkgo-leaf-shaped chandeliers by Rosie Li, while the marbleized wallpaper on the ceiling conjures up images of Texas limestone. In the powder room, the sunset deepens with a dark rust-tone paint and terra-cotta marble mosaic by Artistic Tile. Relaxed roman shades, tailored pleat drapery, and drapery hardware, all from The Shade Store. Rug from Arsin Rug Gallery. Console table, table lamp, vase all from OKA. Big concrete hand, Salvage Style. Jubilee hand towels Peacock Alley. PHOTOGRAPHY STEPHEN KARLISCH For additional resources, see page 102 80

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