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Acrylics have had trendy moments in home decor at many different times (hello, 1980s), but we’re loving the new colorful pops of acrylic in the forms of curio boxes, vases and trays. Pop into Madison in Highland Park Village for a huge selection.
Madison, 45A Highland Park Village; 214-528-8118 or madison214.com
Mixing vivid hues with unusual textures adds an unexpected element to the expected areas of every home. Case in point: Designer Shay Geyer, of IBB Design in Frisco, displays this Times Two Design lamp in one of her latest installs.
IBB Design, 5798 Genesis Court, Frisco; 214-618-6600 or ibbdesign.com
Of course natural elements will always be classic--grass-cloth wallpaper, dried hydrangeas--but mixing in something unique like turtle shells can be either a conversation piece (when placed together in a grouping) or a fun surprise element (on a bookshelf or table vignette). House, on Lovers Lane, has a great selection of naturally shed and faux turtle shells.
House, 5120 W. Lovers Lane; 214-357-8200 or shophousedallas.com
Call it an appreciation for clean lines or a great way to mix design styles (contemporary with vintage), but it’s hard to throw a rock in Dallas without spotting an Arteriors design. Of course we’re partial to the Dallas chandelier for obvious reasons, but we can totally see the Karrington or Caviar in our homes too.
Arteriors, 1413 Dragon St.; 214-760-1741 or arteriorshome.com
Just like casual Fridays, wallpaper is a trend with staying power. From colored grass cloth to pretty polka dots, wallpaper is the chicest choice of the season. Designer tip: Go with a neutral grass-cloth covering and you can always paint over it for an eye-catching touch of texture on the wall.
Texas Paint and Wallpaper, 4410 Ross Ave.; 214-824-4574 or texaspaint.com
Photo credit: EJ Interiors
French-country pieces tend to have a beautiful, versatile whitewashed aesthetic, and Wisteria on Cedar Springs near Love Field has the perfect selection of French-country furniture (everything from buffets and dining-room tables to mirrors, drawers and bookshelves). Same-day delivery is available to Dallasites.
Wisteria, 6500 Cedar Springs Rd.; 214-350-3115 or wisteria.com
The beginning of each month brings a design dilemma: the dreaded house payment versus those beautiful shelter magazines. (Seriously, Traditional Home just gets us!) Which leads to a financial push-pull that leaves us feeling, well, sad. The solution? Just pick one or two trendy items to freshen your decor. Here, a few home runs.
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