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PaperCity Houston November 2022

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ANN SCHOOLER AND AMELIA MILTON SCHOOLER, KELLOGG AND COMPANY DALLAS T his woman's sitting room is inspired by the luxury of the French Belle Eopque period with a custom round settee and vanity table overlooking the garden. Chinoiserie silver wall sconces, set of four Regency chairs, 19th-century carved Italian dog, Venetian glass mirror, painted mantel, French settee, 17th-century oil of Venetian courtesan, painted wall brackets, Bagu├Ęs sconces, embroidered pillows, wicker pagoda dog bed, faux-bois columns, all from Wolf Hall Antique Collective. Custom closet Preston Line in fawn by The Container Store. Tulip roman shades in silk dupioni with Samuel & Sons Mireille embroidered border from The Shade Store. Satin bed jacket and eye shade, custom dog bed cover, cocktail napkins, guest towels, Leontine Linens. York Street fabric on round settee through Wells Abbott. Cowtan & Tout embroidered fabric in Bandera stripe through Culp Associates. Custom templated Lucy sheepskin wool area rug from Stark Carpet. In closet antique Oriental rug is from Farzin Rugs. NOEL PITTMAN NOEL PITTMAN DESIGN DALLAS T he laundry room honors the comfort of classic, traditional interiors with gathered fabric panels in the cabinet doors and a counter skirt made of Schumacher's Elton Check cotton. Sister Parish window shade from The Shade Store hangs above a work area with a window looking out to the expansive gardens. Brass Armac Martin cabinet-door hardware, custom wood library ladder and antique Colefax & Fowler tole lanterns are functional and handsome. Artwork, Nick Brock Antiques. Sheer cafe curtain and checked cotton from Schumacher. Stone counters are Cambria. Kohler fixtures. Lamp is Christopher Spitzmiller. PHOTOGRAPHY NATHAN SCHRODER LUCINDA LOYA LUCINDA LOYA INTERIORS HOUSTON, NYC A bedroom is anchored by a bed with a rouge-colored headboard and a hand-knotted Tibetan rug from The Rug Company's Rodarte collection. Circles and spirals are woven throughout the room, embodying the notion of female empowerment through unity, resilience, and wholeness. The bathroom vanity and vanity wall are coated in a boldly veined quartz from Cambria and the remainder of the room is covered in Penny Lane by Artistic Tile. A set of nine oval mirrors are installed above Kohler plumbing fixtures. Hand-painted wall and ceiling covering Porter Teleo. Tailored pleat drapery and hardware from The Shade Store. Headboard in Theo Fabrics from Allan Knight & Associates. Nightstand lamps Liz Marsh Paris Now Collection. Bed linens Peacock Alley. PHOTOGRAPHY NATHAN SHRODER PHOTOGRAPHY NATHAN SCHRODER For additional resources, see page 104

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