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    Journal — design

    A Santa Ynez farmhouse steals our heart

    A Santa Ynez farmhouse steals our heart

    There is nothing about this Santa Ynez farmhouse we don't love. Patterns, hues, textures, art, furniture... an artful mix that's ever-so-perfect. Joe Lucas of Harbinger dips his brush in magic yet again. We're so grateful to be part of this incredible project. (All images: Karyn Millet)


    ~ Roman shades in Rustic Solids/Olive ~

    ~ Roman shades in Ikigai/Rust ~

    ~ Chair in Karuso/Night ~

    ~ Roman shades in Ikigai/Rust ~

    ~ Roman shades in Ziggy/Gold ~

    Showroom vibes

    Showroom vibes

    From the very start, we wanted to create a space that felt warm, personal and intimate. Rejecting the notion of large impersonal showrooms, we looked for a stand-alone building on the edge of Dallas' design district and instantly fell in love with a warehouse-like building that was a total eyesore at that time (we love a fixer-upper!).

    Come meet us in person and shop our pillows, candles, and ceramics, which are ever-changing, housed in our 18th century English cabinet. And get a sneak peek into our studio too (where we design/develop, have looms and stock yardage).

    Need assistance scheming? We are happy to help you make selections. We stock memos (and yardage!) in our studio.
    Want something custom for that special client? Sift through our heaps of experimental weaves... the possibilities are endless.

    Oh and incase you're wondering what that blush color is, it's Likeable Sand by Sherwin Williams ;)

    {photo credit: Alexandra Hulsey}

    KUFRI Crush: Visiting Girard's wing in Santa Fe

    New Mexico never fails to cast her spell on me. Each time I visit, I discover something new and return completely revived and inspired. Here's my favorite from this trip...

    The Girard Wing at the Museum of International Folk Art has an astounding 10,000 objects from Alexander and Susan's collections. This playground of color and whimsy displays everything from framed textiles to elaborate village scenes. Besides the objects themselves, the space is designed like a creative playground using color blocks, varying heights and clever vignettes. Enjoy!