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PaperCity Dallas June 2023

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FOUND 3433 W. Alabama St. An ever-evolving collection of home furnishings and art owned by Ruth Davis. GALERIE NOVELLA 2131 Westheimer Road A stunning collection of 20th-century European design with an emphasis on French and Scandinavian furniture and lighting from the '30s through the '70s. Current highlights include pieces by French woodworker and designer Pierre Chapo (circa 1975), an early and rare seating group by Swedish designer Greta Magnusson Grossman (circa 1935), and a rare sofa by Danish designer Finn Juhl (circa 1948). "Rob is an amazing dealer with the best eye." — Michael Viviano INDULGE DÉCOR + FASHION 2903 Saint St. Nestled in a traditional French garden near Tiny Boxwoods, Indulge owner Cynthia Davis stocks her three cozy buildings with tabletop, linens, bed and bath, and garden objects. JARDIN DE FRANCE 4819 Blossom St. In the Houston location of Jardin de France, Patrice and Gloria Watine showcase garden furnishings and objects and French country antiques, with beautiful plants and succulents for sale. Don't miss the new barn at The Compound in Round Top! JOYCE HORN ANTIQUES 7065 Old Katy Road Fine European antique and reproduction furniture and accessories beautifully restored by an in-house team. KIRBY ANTIQUES 2927 Ferndale St. A much-loved source for designers and collectors. Owner Blake Karambis offers a mix of French and Italian lighting, mirrors, furniture, and decorative accessories from the 18th to the mid-20th century, as well as Italian and French mid-20th-century furniture and objects. "I'm always hopping in here." — Nicole Zarr KUHL-LINSCOMB 2418 W. Alabama St. Covering almost three city blocks, KL owners Dan Linscomb and Pam Kuhl- Linscomb carry a mind- boggling collection of tabletop, linens, bedding, garden, vintage and new furnishings, apothecary, and more housed in multiple buildings, many of which were saved from demolition. LONGORIA COLLECTION 1101-02 Uptown Park Blvd. A classic for 30 years. Sylvia Longoria Dorsey and her daughter, Elizabeth Fertitta, have stocked their shop with Aerin, Alexandra Von Furstenberg, Ralph Lauren, Matouk, Sferra, Peacock Alley, and Yves Delorme, for a stunning mix of bed linens, furniture, lamps, mirrors, objects, and more. Found "You never know what you're going to find at Found. Ruth Davis' sculptural objects and furniture are one of a kind." — Kara Childress "A tried-and-true source when it comes to cozy throws and beautiful bedding, plus luxurious bathroom accessories, from soaps and lotions to trays and trash bins." — Kara Childress M NAEVE 114 Main St., Suite 400 New Location! Margaret Naeve's newly relocated showroom and studio is an exercise in curatorial balance between important antiquities and contemporary furnishings. Furniture, objects, and lighting from Apparatus Studio, Materia Designs, BCMT, Edition Modern, Pinch, and Workstead. The taste level is insane. MAISON MAISON 3014 Earl St. Designer Suzanne Duin's bungalow shop is known for its edit of French antiques and home accessories, custom tapestry pillows, custom lampshades, and MM's own collection of woven lampshades handmade by artisans in South Asia. Galerie Novella Meredith O'Donnell Matt Camron Rugs & Textiles FERNANDA VARELA FERNANDA VARELA 66

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