Dallas Design

Last Chance! You Can Vote For Shay Geyer of IBB Design in Traditional Home’s ‘New Trads’ Competition

By Joanna England / March 11, 2016 / 0 Comments

We love Shay Geyer’s signature, colorful style, and the founder of IBB Design Fine Furnishings in Frisco is sooooo close to making the top 10 in Traditional Home‘s “New Trads: Rising Stars of Design” competition. You can vote for Shay right here once a day through Tuesday, March 15!

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Lasvit Lighting: Nothing Bohemian About these Czech Lighting Magicians

By Jon Anderson / November 27, 2015 / 0 Comments

Without even knowing it, during my recent European tour, I left a drool trail from one Lasvit light to another. This Prague-based manufacturer carries on a long tradition of Czech glassmaking, supplying kings, czars and emperors. Lasvit, founded more recently by Leon Jakimič in 2007, focused on bespoke lighting and sculptural installations (highfalutin’ words for […]

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Uchi-Uchi-Coo: Showroom Event at Aria Stone Gallery

By Jon Anderson / September 18, 2015 / 2 Comments

This story has since been updated here and here. In August a dear friend was returning from weeks in Japan, stopping in Austin before returning home to New Hampshire. She alerted me and, never needing much of an excuse to bomb down to Austin, off I went for a dinner date. She’d asked me what’s […]

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Alder and Tweed: Bunk Beds to the Stars

By Jon Anderson / September 16, 2015 / 1 Comment

Like many mundane things that have been made “cool” these days (from Haute Dogs to Lobster Mac & Cheese), it’s now possible (as Candy wrote)  to have cool bunk beds. I don’t know about you, but if I had the ceiling height, it would be soooo fun to have half the set pictured above in […]

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Love The Dallas Skyline? Now You Can Bring it to Your Bar Cart

By Joanna England / September 3, 2015 / 0 Comments

This will soon be on the gilded bar carts throughout the homes of Dallas socialites, as who would opt for anything other than gorgeous Czech crystal etched with the city’s trademark skyline? And you can only get it at Bernadette Schaeffler Collection.

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North Dallas Home Tour Celebrates Architecture Found in Just One Square Mile

By Joanna England / September 1, 2015 / 1 Comment

An idea had been bouncing around in the back of Kathy Adcock-Smith’s mind for a while. How could she promote preservation inside her small North Dallas neighborhood? Walnut Hill is a tidy square mile, bounded by Royal Lane on the north, Midway on the east, Walnut Hill on the south, and Marsh on the west. […]

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