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April 2017 - Dallas

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61 and white plaster tables by John Dickinson. And showroom owner Allan Knight has brought his Lucite furniture and customizable lighting on board. Designers Emily Summers and Jan Showers have their glamorous modern collections prominently showcased in their own dedicated spaces. Showers' lineup includes a mix of her chic designs for Kravet, inspired by mid-20th- century French and Italian furnishings, and vintage accessories and lamps, along with large-scale photography by artist Celia Rogge. Look for Emily Summers' vintage Gio Ponti, Tommy Parzinger, and Milo Baughman furniture. "We have a lot of furnishings not traditionally available at the retail level," Dailey says. "Customers won't have to wait, since most everything is available for immediate delivery." Homegrown purveyors abound. Peacock Alley's signature white sheets, coverlets, and towels create a luxurious drift of snow on one side of the store, and there are delightful insect and animal sculptures by Dallas artist George Sellers, including a carved white plaster hare and a massive gilded wasp. Forty Five Ten has had a long association with local artist Jan Barboglio's works in iron, so naturally an entire room is devoted to her collection, now updated with a Dailey and Barboglio collaboration on seating upholstered in crisp white Perennials fabric. Thankfully, the charming interior and exterior courtyards and the beloved T Room restaurant remain, with the mozzarella and avocado panini on the menu and champagne in the fridge.. For Home, 4510 McKinney Ave., 214.559.2280. Opposite page: East & Orient antique chairs. Rachel Cox limited edition from Talley Dunn Gallery. This page, clockwise from top: Room by Jan Showers. Artwork Ceila Rogge. through Jan Showers. The gallery includes works from Talley Dunn Gallery and pieces from David Sutherland, East & Orient, and George Sellers. Sable and acrylic bench from Allan Knight & Associates. David Sutherland teak chairs and nesting tables. George Sellers faux bois tree. Eighteenth-century ivory inlay chest from East & Orient. Contemporary porcelains from David Sutherland. Room by Emily Summers. Artwork Ted Kincaid, from Talley Dunn Gallery.

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