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Monday Crush: China Through The Looking Glass

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After a weekend filled with the exciting opening of the Traditional Home Hampton Designer Showhouse, I headed into the city to meet friends and take in the “China Through The Looking Glass” exhibit at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York.  I am still in awe and sensory overload and haven’t even begun to absorb the beauty I experienced.  It’s days like this that fill my inspiration bank for months and years to come.  Inspiring, thoughtful, historic, exquisite…I can’t even truly describe it.  I purchased the exhibit catalog and can’t wait to peruse it over the next few weeks.

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I’ll be back over the next few weeks giving you all the details of the beautiful pieces from my room and the generous manufacturers who allowed me to feature them in the Showhouse.

 

Monday Crush: Summer’s Bounty

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I am loving Summer’s bounty!  Roadside stands abound and I find so much inspiration in nature and the beauty of fruits and vegetables I buy at these markets and stands.

The colors get my creative juices flowing.  So does entertaining and serving these up with the help of Mr. M, aka #chefdaddyscoti.

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What’s your favorite farmer’s market find?

Modern Luxury Interiors

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Denise McGaha (denisemcgaha.com) may be the most in-demand interior designer you’ve never heard of. It’s not because the Dallas-based style-setter tries to avoid the spotlight—but her clients definitely do. “I work for a lot of sports figures, celebrities and corporate executives,” she says. “Their privacy is extremely important to them.” As it is for the newlywed homeowners of a 6,500-squarefoot limestone, cast-stone and glass residence that McGaha recently completed. It’s a house that practically demands attention, even though the people who live in it don’t ….

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