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PaperCity Dallas March 2023

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T hey bonded over a mutual love of Texas and tequila, says Perennials founder Ann Sutherland, who has teamed with hotelier Liz Lambert on a collection of striped fabrics and rugs. Lambert — known for Hotel San José and Saint Cecilia in Austin and Marfa's El Cosmico — took inspiration from the vintage hand-woven striped textiles she's collected throughout her life. Perennials by Far West is a collaboration with Lambert's Marfa design studio and marketplace, Far West, which she launched as a way to produce unique textiles for her hotels and homes in Marfa and Baja. The collection of five fabrics includes Campo Stripe, a dimensional horizontal stripe; Serape Stripe, inspired by vivid vintage serape blankets; Tejas Stripe; Baja Stripe with ombré color blending; and Roadrunner Stripe with a wide-blanket design ideal for sofas and benches. Perennials by Far West, to the trade at David Sutherland Showroom, Dallas Design Center, 1025 N. Stemmons Fwy.,; Rebecca Sherman Y ates Desygn's new wallpaper collection with Ever Atelier is a contemporary take on Southern aesthetics, says principal designer Bryan Yates. While the inspirations might be traditional, look again: Things are not what they first seem. In-Site, a tailored windowpane plaid, is created with photoreal depictions of actual windows from a building in downtown Dallas. Hudson Lattice, a garden-room classic, is interpreted through a 21st- century lens with metallic and other reflective elements. Leo's Maine is described as "Part Lewis Carroll, part NYC, part park, part pure organic beauty"; the result is a traditional pattern that looks both abstract and organic. Those are just three of the collection's 14 papers that include hand- painted, printed, and photoreal elements. And, the papers are printed in Dallas, allowing for a three-week turnaround. This is not their first collaboration — Yates Desygn and Ever Atelier are both Dallas-based and teamed previously on hand-painted suede wallpaper for Yates Desygn's knock-out basement space in the 2021 Kips Bay Decorator Show House Dallas. Ever Atelier's Ashley Leftwich, a designer, and Sarah English, a fine artist, launched their wallpaper company in 2019, becoming known for colorful out-of-the- box designs based on classic design motifs. They're a good fit for Yates Desygn which brought a range of unusual inspirations to the table. Yates Desygn X Ever Atelier's Montmartre Series, $92 – $236 per roll, at RS Paper Jam STEPHEN KARLISCH Perennials by Far West's Campo Stripe pillows Baja Stripe cushions Liz Lambert and Ann Sutherland Bryan Yates with his wallpaper for Ever Atelier A Different Stripe 56

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