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September 2017 - Houston

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152 T he Compound's antiques show keeps gaining momentum. This year, new vendors include Connecticut-based dealer Summer House; Athen, Texas-based Winnie and Tallula (beautiful bedding, linens and antiques); Round Top's Maison Miral; and Timber Rock, which first showed at The Compound's winter art show. Returning as well will be veteran favorites Alisanne Wonderland (limestone flooring and French antiques), Eneby Home (mid-century modern), and Reworks Home (handcrafted furniture and lighting out of Austin). After the conclusion of the fall show, Massey will add a 7,500-square-foot new barn and additional landscaping, as well as an outdoor stage for live music and bar. A Round Top Supper Club is in the works, too. For show details and other fall events, see our Calendar (page 166). Anne Lee Phillips THE COMPOUND CARRIES ON COMPOUNDING OUR HAPPINESS H enkel Square, Massey's first R o u n d T o p project created in collaboration with his family, continues to charm. Dapper Deer, owned by John and Eric Alexander, stocks gentleman's provisions, such as clothing, knives, and accessories. Cynthia Sutton has opened two shops: Nutmeg's Kids, offering cute children's clothing, toys and baby gifts, and Silver Barn, carrying 21st-century home decor and gifts (i.e. great dinner party guest gifts). Meanwhile, ever-popular Two Sparrows Roasting Co., a first- class craft coffee roaster owned by Barbara and Jacob Lloyd, has expanded into a second building. Anne Lee Phillips NEW at HENKEL SQUARE Haw Creek Chapel overlooks Henkel Square ANNE LEE PHILLIPS JENNY ANTILL CLIFTON JENNY ANTILL CLIFTON NATALIE LACY LANGE Mark Massey and Belle Pascal Home at The Compound Dapper Deer's John & Eric Alexander

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