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April 2017 - Dallas

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ART + DECORATION MAD ABOUT D esigner Miles Redd's debut fabric and wallpaper collection for Schumacher took the industry by storm a year and a half ago; Deconstructed Stripe has become the designer go-to pattern, appearing everywhere from kitchen curtains to nursery gliders and Louis Philippe dining chairs. Redd and Schumacher quickly began collaborating on a second collection, which includes Madame de Pompadour, a stunning chinoiserie wall covering originally drawn to scale on French canvas and comprised of two 12-foot panels; Harlequin, a small-scale ikat perfect for coordinating with other fabrics; Dogwood Leaf, a cheery cotton botanical, created by Schumacher's in-house designer Hillary Pharr and based on a collage Redd made from an antique botanical illustration he had in his home; and Safari, a linen appliqué inspired by African kuba cloth. From Redd's first collection, the chinoiserie wallpaper Brighton Pavilion (created by one of Europe's premier engravers based on a rare 18th-century document) gets a bright new emerald colorway, while Cubist (a geometric fabric design of silk taffeta, stitched together in nonrepeating 96-inch panels) is reborn in blush. To the trade at Schumacher, Dallas Design Center, 1025 N. Stemmons, Anne Lee Phillips MILES ( again ) Miles Redd for Schumacher Brighton Pavilion in Emerald

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