Design Style

Jon Anderson: What We Think is Our Unique Style is Really Just Repetition

By Jon Anderson / November 10, 2017 / 10 Comments

Style is a loose term defining the trappings we show the outside world from shoes to shower curtains. It is a set of markers that enable others to make decisions about us without exchanging words. These markers are both blatant and nuanced.  The easiest to pick off are the signs of wealth or a lack […]

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Monogram Modern Home to Create Pop-Up Home in Design District, Offering Free CEUs

By Leah Shafer / August 7, 2015 / 0 Comments

If modern design makes you merry, then the Monogram Modern Home Dallas event is a must-attend Aug. 21-22. Popping up for one weekend in the Decorative Center Dallas at 1617 Hi Line Dr., the Monogram Modern Home is a pop-up, pre-fab modern home, host to a series of events, including culinary tastings, product demonstrations, and Continuing Education […]

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Cowhide Accents, Gold Fixtures, Midcentury Style Named Among Top 2015 Trends

By Leah Shafer / December 29, 2014 / 3 Comments

Style makers, movers, and shakers, 2015 is going to be a beautiful year, one that is “modern, yet approachable.” At least, it is according to Zillow Digs, which has announced the top five 2015 trends in their annual Home Trend Forecast, as well as which four fads from 2014 are on their way to the style […]

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What's In For 2014? Bernadette Schaeffler Says Minimalist Bauhaus Style Is Here to Stay

By Joanna England / December 31, 2013 / 0 Comments

We’ve seen a renaissance of sorts when it comes to modern decor, but more homeowners and designers are moving away from cold and overly linear motifs to warmer versions. Bernadette Schaeffler, owner of her eponymous design showroom near downtown, thinks the minimalist Bauhaus style is here to stay, but adding antiques and texture can bring […]

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What’s In For 2014? Bernadette Schaeffler Says Minimalist Bauhaus Style Is Here to Stay

By Joanna England / December 31, 2013 / 0 Comments

We’ve seen a renaissance of sorts when it comes to modern decor, but more homeowners and designers are moving away from cold and overly linear motifs to warmer versions. Bernadette Schaeffler, owner of her eponymous design showroom near downtown, thinks the minimalist Bauhaus style is here to stay, but adding antiques and texture can bring […]

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