Thrift Studio Preview!

Laura Lee Clark's tropical-inspired room in the window of Thrift Studio
PEEK INSIDE . . . I love designer  Laura Lee Clark's window vignette for Thrift Studio, which opens to the public Saturday, October 13. She's one of many top designers and stores in Dallas who've donated their time and talent to creating rooms full of fabulous and fun furniture, art, and accessories. It's all for sale and it all benefits Dallas-based Dwell with Dignity. Don't wait until it opens to the public, buy your tickets here to attend one of two preview parties before it opens!

The wonderful canopied daybed and table were donated by Janus et Cie
Everything's for sale including the amazing crystal chandelier donated by Allan Knight, which she mixed with cheerful, battery-powered paper lanterns (I hear they hold a charge for 4 months!) The artwork is a batik fabric,  and the Chinese doors are antiques. The majority of the pieces come from Dwell with Dignity's warehouse of donated goods, including this sectional and table. Laura Lee had dozens of bright pillows custom made from high-end fabrics.

The lavender chairs are from Dwell with Dignity's own inventory, and the beautiful geode sculptures were donated by Empress Gilbert (see her things at E.C. Dicken).

Next Friday—the day before Thrift Studio opens to the public—I'll show you photos from the other vignettes. Look for rooms by Lisa Luby RyanStella DallasJohn Phifer MarrsBreckinridge TaylorCynthia Collins, and Peacock Alley

I've seen them all and they blew me away!

Buy your preview tickets here, so you'll be the first to snag some of these great designer finds before Thrift Studio opens to the public.