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Dallas Design Market Finds

Innovative treatments in wood, metal and pottery debuted at the Dallas Market Center



BAR NONE
Dallas-based Ambella Home’s Raymond cabinet has doors pierced with acrylic-filled ovals and tapered mahogany legs. The illuminated interior has an adjustable glass shelf, $3,600; ambellahome.com

 

SIT TIGHT
The versatile Addison bench has iron legs and a burlap-and-leather seat. Fold it and carry to any room in the house, $506; squarefeathers.com

 

ILLUMINATE
At once sophisticated and rustic, the Crown & Glory barrel chandelier combines hand-distressed and -painted layers in white and cream with antiqued silver leaf metal, $1,650; aidangrayhome.com

 

WOOD WORKS
Designed by Grace Feyock, natural petrified wood specimens are mounted on handwoven rattan set in a gray-washed pine wood frame, $447; uttermost.com

 

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Phillips Collection sculptures can be arranged in a variety of formations, $147 each. The table is crafted from a Thai chamcha tree root, $2,400 and up. furniturelandsouth.com

 

NEW LEAF
The pair of painted metal leaf sculptures from Kalalou, $120, makes a statement on a table or shelf. The largest is 39 inches tall. atwestend.com

 

BLANKET STATEMENT
Shown as part of Ivystone’s collection, Guildmaster’s handmade terra cotta Ellipse vase has a Southwest-inspired hand-painted design, $207; sales@guildmaster.com

 

CHECK MATE
Solid mango wood worked in a checkerboard pattern distinguishes the four doors on the Kade sideboard, which sits on a bronze-finished base, $1,875; classichome.com

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