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Take Your Sectional for a Spin

Jones Walker Home offers a sectional with a twist, literally. The Spinner, a custom creation from their private label, is a unique sectional with a motion component on the end that opens out for full-scale seating and “spins” shut for more of a lounge concept. Like all of the Jones Walker Upholstered Collection it is offered in a multitude of world-class leathers and designer fabrics, and each piece is handcrafted and custom made for the customer., 469-916-5500


Swinging from the Chandelier

Arteriors Home offers the Stewart chandelier, a 12-light, natural iron chandelier featuring two tiers of six lights apiece, with brass weld marks around the top of each bowl. Shown with nostalgic thread bulbs., 214-760-1741


Custom Kerr Collection

If you like what you see at the Kerr Collection showroom, you can have it custom created in any size or material you desire. This Henderson side table comes standard at 24″ x 24″ x 24″ and is shown in iron with a glass top, but can be created with any finish or with a stone top., 214-741-4850


A Marvel of Nature

The transformation of a caterpillar into a butterfly is one of nature’s miracles. The chrysalis housing the caterpillar during the transformation can be found hanging from trees or buildings, protecting it, keeping it safe. This sconce, cast in solid brass, is a tribute to that marvel of nature. Designed by Barry Dixon for Arteriors., 214-760-1741


Between the Sun and the Mirror

The Brendan Bass showroom is a treasure trove of one-of-a-kind finds like this London Park Bench teak sunburst mirror. Repurposed, weathered teak slats from a London park bench were used by Bass to create the framing for this convex mirror. Set dramatically off center, it elicits curiosity and has a unique aesthetic., 214-747-3386


It’s All in the Details

D. Fadal Designs creates exquisite custom bedding, window treatments and more, like this precisely cut silk velvet drapery with a hand-appliquéd double leading-edge treatment. From concept to completion, D. Fadal Designs crafts every item in its workroom, located in the heart of the Design District., 214-956-9821


The Pasadena Collection

With a nod to mid-century design and the birthplace of Brown Jordan Company, the Pasadena Collection defines understated sophistication with its sleek profile. The framing features a smooth, flat aluminum extrusion that is gently curvilinear. Sweeping lines on the arms and back legs highlight the beauty of the chair’s construction. Available with Versatex mesh or padded Versatex mesh, exclusively by Sunbrella, that offers elevated comfort with an upholstered look for outdoor seating.,214-651-9509


A Wall of Art

Denovo Wall introduces its two newest wallcoverings: Matisse and Matisse Texture. Inspired by one of the most influential and innovative artists of the 20th century, this stylized tulip is reminiscent of the brilliant works of art created by Matisse in the early 1940s. Companion pattern Matisse Texture offers two perfect solid color coordinates to pair with each of the 13 Matisse colorways for a palette of 26 beautiful hues. The National Wallcovering showroom is located on Dragon Street. 214-742-1000


Massive Marble Top

From a French chateau in Montpeyroux, this early- to mid- 1800s specially commissioned 12-foot-long, Louis XV-style walnut buffet is complete with the original conforming Breche D’Alep marble top. Four front doors are flanked on either end by open shelved corners. The ornamentation is all handcarved and includes shells and interlacing bellflowers and acanthus leaves, scrollwork, cartouches and gadrooning. Ebonized trim molding highlights the piece.,214-742-2605


Campaign Console

A significant and striking take on the console of an explorer, with arced metal legs in a gilded brass finish and a resolute walnut top, the Agnes typifies grace and strength. A unique detail offered for the Agnes are the custom designed octagonal brass knobs and the optional printed leather drawer fronts hand-drawn by Susan Hable. 18″D x 34.75″H x 59″W., 214-573-8101


A New Bronze Age

Bronze, not just the color, but also the material, is enjoying a resurgence. Environmentally friendly and antimicrobial, the jewel tones of bronze, and brass, paired with the clean, crisp lines of “transitional” design, are perfect for casual elegance and rich style. One can think of it as the finishing touch for any home, much like a classic black dress with a simple gold chain to complete the overall ensemble., 214-528-0331


Mixed Arts

Horizon Italian Tile offers a Mixed Art collection of porcelain tile that combines the traditional look of terracotta with the contemporary mood of cement into one beautiful work of art for floors, showers, backsplashes or decorative accents. The tile is characterized by warm hues, which emphasize both its vintage feel and elegant, contemporary charm. Available in 12″ x 12″ with matte finish., 214-741-4447 (Dallas) 713-523-4500 (Houston)


American Craft Cabinet

Paul Evans, furniture designer, sculpture and artist, was influential in the American Craft Movement of the 1970s and worked with the manufacturer of Directional Furniture. The incredible lines and solidity of the chrome and wood burl Large Cityscape Cabinet make it a bold piece that would define any room.,214-887-6221


Circular Show Stopper

The circular form of the Scarlett, which acts as both a sofa and chaise lounge, is an invitation to relax. The piece combines architectural geometries with supports in brushed and burnished metal finishes and full, soft volumes. Cuoio Saddle Extra leather straps create an interplay between solids and voids while teasing glimpses are offered of the cushions upholstered in fabric by Pelle Frau Nest, Soul, Century or Color System leather. The Scarlett also features eight castors, which allow the sofa to rotate 360 degrees., 214-748-9838 (Dallas) or 512- 480-0436 (Austin)


20th-Century Style

Designer Edward Wormley crafted this rosewood and mahogany clover game table for Dunbar in the 1950s. The table seats four and is 62 3/4 inches in diameter. Sputnik Modern’s showroom is a welcome blast to the past, offering faithfully restored, original 20th-century vintage pieces. The Sputnik staff will source items if they do not still have one in stock., 214-887-6221


Neoclassical Centerpiece

Legacy Antiques offers more than 200 stunning chandeliers. This exceptional Baltic 19thcentury chandelier, with a gilt bronze finish and crystal accents, is a perfect example of neoclassical design. Hanging 54 inches, with 10 lights and a 30-inch diameter, it is sure to be the centerpiece in any room., 214-748-4606


Twist Table

It’s rare to find novelty and charm in a high-end modern furniture piece, but Scott+ Cooner succeeds with the Twist lounge table. The three free conical shapes of hand blown glass are arranged in a way that forms an equilateral triangle in overall shape and can be adapted to create groups to fit any space. A lightly curved table plate connects the parts. The material adds mystery to the cones, giving them the appearance of icicles. Offered in multiple finishes., 214-748-9838 (Dallas) or 512-480-0436 (Austin)


Walking on Art

The Native Tile Collection is the result of collaboration between Exquisite Surfaces and Commune Design. Inspired by Scandinavian and Native American textile patterns, each tile is individually handcrafted in Morocco. The collection consists of both square and rectangular tiles in two different sizes to accommodate a variety of settings. The Native Tile Collection introduces cement subway tiles for indoor or outdoor use in an endless variety of custom patterns that are made to age beautifully., 469-484-4210


Keep on Rocking

With a tap of the toe, Austin’s own Michael Yates Design offers the Giacomo rocker to congratulate you on your victory over the assaults of the day. Part of the paper corded seating line, this chair won one of four Core77 Design Awards for the best professional furniture/lighting of 2013. Available in walnut or white-oiled oak with a Danish cord seat, or as a special edition in whitewashed oak upholstered with fabric by Alyson Fox., 512-922-4640


As Sweet as Chocolate

After touring a chocolate factory in Spain, designer Adriana Hoyos was inspired to create this sculptural daybed with arms that represent stacked bars of chocolate. It is as sweet to look at as it is to recline on. Available in multiple finishes and in two sizes, this stunning piece doubles as a twin bed when the end pillows are removed. Hoyos also offers full-size beds and pet beds in this style., 214-613-4149 ext. 101


The Art and Craft of Michael Colca

Combining an ancient Eastern aesthetic with modern Western craftsmanship is an important theme in the Arts and Crafts styling that influences the work of Michael Colca. The Treisman highboy stands 20″D x 65″H x 44″W and is a perfect representation of work made by hand with care and dignity., 512-847-5238


A Sculptured Seat

When does a seat become a sculpture? When it’s the Roger chair, a modern classic with simple lines and a sculptural frame. The floating cushions are angled to provide a supportive and comfortable sit. Available in a plethora of fabrics and leathers with a wood frame in several finishes, it complements any space.,512-637-060


A Feast for Eyes and Feet

Vivid is the name, and it’s an apt description of the rug created by Interior Resources, a to-the-trade showroom. Part of the Black Label Collection designed in-house, this rug is hand-knotted in Nepal and is GoodWeave certified—affirming the company’s commitment to the highest quality products with the assurance of child-free labor. Offered in various sizes and tones.,214-744-5740


Eye Candy

The Rock Candy line of decorative boxes is the sweet creation of designer Michelle Nussbaumer of Ceylon et Cie. Available in brass and silver with handpicked stones, including quartz, turquoise and more, these variously sized boxes are handcrafted in Mexico. Perfect for bathrooms or as jewelry containers, the boxes can be custom created to fit your needs.,214-742-7632


A Desk and a Console

From its chamfered top to the eight-sided turnings of its X-shaped bases, abundant angles characterize this striking piece, which is crafted entirely from American walnut solids and book-matched figured walnut veneers. Two hidden drawers allow the Otto to be used from both sides as either a desk or console. Comes standard in Saddle finish with optional River Rock finish (shown). 24″D x 30″H x 72″W., 214-573-8101

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