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Texas Edition

How to transition into design, with Dallas designer Jean Liu

texas edition | September 22, 2017
Jean Liu didn’t set out to be a designer. After earning a degree from Georgetown in foreign service and a master’s in theological studies from Harvard, she returned to her family business in Dallas: Litex Industries, a ceiling fan and light fixture firm that her father had originally founded out... By Katy B. Olson

San Antonio architect Michael G. Imber celebrates 20 years

texas edition | September 18, 2017
Native Texan architect Michael G. Imber is celebrating two decades of his eponymous firm’s work. He discusses regional design trends (among them? Think—and act—local), what makes his neck of the woods, San Antonio, unique, and some of his favorite projects. Michael G. Imber’s San Antonio ... By Katy B. Olson

Remembering architect Frank Welch

texas edition | September 15, 2017
Friends of Frank Welch claimed that the Texas architect wasn’t so different than his work. Historian Stephen Fox told Texas Architect magazine both were "in appearance: low-key and tailored; in style: energetic, insightful, exuberant and inspiring." Dubbed the “dean of Texas architecture,” Welch... By Melissa Studach

Paloma Contreras reflects on 10 years of the sweet life

texas edition | September 15, 2017
La Dolce Vita has been influencing designers and brands for a decade now, with Texas-based interior designer Paloma Contreras setting the tone as the blogger behind the blog. She and her work have appeared across media, including Architectural Digest, House Beautiful, Luxe Interiors + Design, Do... By Katy B. Olson

Austin editor Camille Styles on design blogging and her Target partnership

texas edition | September 12, 2017
A former New York PR firm fashion assistant turned Austin-based event planner, native Texan Camille Styles is now a successful design and lifestyle blogger, a career with roots in other, albeit related, industries. In addition to heading her site’s nine-contributor team, Styles is also a recentl... By Katy B. Olson

Dallas’s D Home celebrates 10 years of beautiful

texas edition | September 11, 2017
Each year for the past 10 years, D Home editors have selected the 10 Most Beautiful Homes in Dallas, amounting to a list of 100 beautiful homes—some new, some historical, some remodeled, but all beautiful. This summer, they turned over the reigns to the readers, who voted on their favorites over... By Taylor Barker

Texas ornamental plaster company finds home with two young entrepreneurs

texas edition | September 8, 2017
Design had always been a shared interest between childhood friends Porter Fuqua and Mark Marynick. Growing up, they could talk cars and architecture for hours. But ornate plaster? That never came up. Porter Fuqua and Mark Marynick As a child, Fuqua had taken a few trips to a local ... By Melissa Studach

Round Top fair returns for 20th year with focus on authenticity

texas edition | September 7, 2017
How can designers tell the real from the fake? Hosting some 350-plus dealers from around the world, the Marburger Farm Antique Show in Round Top, Texas, is back for its second decade with a focus on just that: authenticity in design. The show kicks off later this month; courtesy Marburger... By Katy B. Olson
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