Sunday, January 17, 2010

Dallas Market: Day 3 and last

My third and final day in Dallas was short, but sweet. I had to get on the road for my 5 hour trek home. But I managed to finally hop in one of my favorite showrooms, Donald McEvoy Ltd. I instantly gravitated toward the showstopping line, Fringe Studio. I've seen it in various stores in Dallas, and I've even bought a vase. But THIS was breathtaking. I want every single freakin thing they make. Seriously.

Here's a couple of pics (Love that yellow peacock. I can't stand it.) :







Even their website is oh so fab. But way mysterious. They don't have any product on there, just this gorgeous homepage:





I also took a few more pics of Daniel Richard's showroom:




Tile Table close-up:




These two gift lines they represent are so fun. The first is Funktion , and the second is The Macbeth Collection . I know union jack is everywhere, barf, but I can't help but love that trash can!






All in all it was a great trip. To be surrounded by such beautiful things is actually good for the soul. A few times my head wanted to explode from the sheer volume of inspiring goods. But I gradually just let them all wash over me and stopped trying to take millions of mental pictures. I like to think by the power of osmosis some of that beauty has seeped into my subconscience and when my next line comes out it's going to be sinfully good. =)

6 comments:

  1. I know how it feels when you are on eye candy overload! You've got it right though, you will somehow channel all the inspiration in you new line!
    Thanks for sharing.
    Safe trip home!
    xo
    Terri

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  2. I hope so. It was so much beauty in one place that it's so incredibly overwhelming. I wouldn't have missed it for the world though!!!

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  3. What a beautiful showroom. Thanks for the great source. So glad I've discovered your blog. Look forward to following it. Hope you have a great week.

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  4. I hadn't heard of Lonny Mag! Thank you for sharing!

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