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PaperCity Dallas March 2023

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N ashville interior designer Sarah Bartholomew's gracious Southern style is far-reaching: In addition to layered interiors for clients around the country, she has designed furnishings, kilim rugs, and wicker furnishings for a variety of top American brands. Now she's launched a fabric collection with 200-year-old textile house Lee Jofa. The 10 styles include printed and woven stripes, florals, ikat, trellis, paisley, and scroll patterns in fresh hues such as Delft, celery, and sky. Bartholomew took inspiration from her personal collection of vintage textiles, along with designs from Lee Jofa's archives. Sarah Bartholomew X Lee Jofa, to the trade at Lee Jofa, Dallas Design Center, 1250 Slocum St., RS Patricia Urquiola Drops In S panish architect and industrial designer Patricia Urquiola's work is often playful and poetic — you can see her products in the collections of MoMA in New York, Vitra Design Museum in Basel, and the Decorative Arts Museum in Paris, among others. But you don't have to travel far to see her newest designs for Italian manufacturer Cassina, where she has been art director since 2015. Her recent U.S. tour with Cassina CEO Luca Fuso included a stop in Dallas at Scott + Cooner to unveil the redesign of Cassina's 2,1000-square-foot space, which features many of Urquiola's own designs. Look for her Bio-mbo bed with enveloping padded headboard, plush side wings, and accompanying side table; her generous and flexible Sengu sofa, which is easily configured to encourage intimate conversations in large rooms; and the monumental Sengu table with cylindrical legs, which dialogues between materials such as wood and marble. Cassina at Scott + Cooner, 1617 Hi Line Dr., Rebecca Sherman Sarah's Southern Accent Top and above: Sarah Bartholomew for Lee Jofa fabrics Bio-mbo bed Patricia Urquiola Patricia Urquiola for Cassina collection 54

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