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CAM STUDIO 2800 Kirby Dr., Suite 116 Owner Carla Muñoz Gonzalez showcases contemporary European brands such as Minotti, Edra, Living Divani, and Wittmann. In addition to indoor furnishing solutions, The showroom was recently expanded to include a Poliform Studio for kitchens and closets. CAROL PIPER RUGS 1809 W. Gray St. Carol Piper and colleague Sanaa Sahi have a passion for art and textiles, dealing with the finest antique and decorative carpets from Europe, the Middle East, and Asia, and specializing in extraordinary, hard-to-find antique rugs and textiles. "Carol and Sanaa maintain an amazing collection of rugs and textiles." — Michael Viviano CASA 2800 Kirby Dr., Suite B100 Furniture, lighting, and material options from European brands including Agape, Cesar, Giorgetti, Poltrona Frau, Listone Giordano, Rimadesio, and Viabizzuno. CHATEAU DOMINGUE 3560 W 12th St. Ruth Gay's Chateau Domingue is an unsurpassed collection of monumental European antiques and reclaimed materials of exceptional character and quality. The showroom and surrounding grounds feature an extensive inventory of everything from the rare (an entire private chapel) and monumental (stone arches) to the fundamental (stone flooring) and charming (shutters and gates). Also housed here are Domingue architectural finishes — mineral- based plasters, lime washes, and paints from Belgium. THE CONSERVATORY 4444 Westheimer in River Oaks District New! An outpost of Brian Bolke's Conservatory in NYC and Dallas, the Houston store is predominantly fashion and jewelry but has clusters of well-edited home goods from Saved NY, Georg Jensen, Tina Frey, Tortus, Lobmeyr, Moro Dabron, and Serax. COURTNEY BARTON 2940 Ferndale St. Courtney Barton is known for her unexpected print and color combination, soft cotton Dohar blankets, custom hand-blocked pillows, antique furnishings, art, apothecary products, and home decoratives ethically. Don't miss the Round Top location, too. "Love the location, colors, unique antique finds, and textiles. Especially love their lighting selections and toss pillows." — Mimi Meacham CROW AND COMPANY 3637 W. Alabama St. in Hollywood Square New Location! Kathy Crow carries English and European antiques and decorative objects. She's especially known for her masculine, clubby horn cups, antique fly-fishing gear, English strikers, and fine English antiques. Crow and Company has recently moved to West Alabama. CASA CAM Studio Chateau Domingue DIVYA PANDE 56

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