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Pop Up Picks
Lamar Wilson | Photo: Lance Selgo, Unique Exposure Photography | April 15, 2013
Shop till you drop while raising money—what can be better than that? Thrift Studio, the city’s most stylish home décor pop-up, opens on Thursday, April 19 and runs through May 18. It’s 30 days of design bliss that happens only twice a year, so you won’t want to miss this event that features beautifully-designed room vignettes by top designers and showrooms.
This spring Thrift Studio is featuring the talent of William-Christopher Design, Studio Ten25, Square Foot Studio, IBB Design Fine Furniture, Horchow and DJ Lucy Wrubel for Peacock Alley linens. The online shopping emporium One Kings Lane is the event’s corporate sponsor (they’ve done a fab room, too!). Everything at Thrift Studio is for sale, at a fraction of retail and wholesale prices, and includes furniture and accessories donated by some of the best showrooms, stores and designers in Texas. All proceeds from the popup will help to raise money for future work, growth, organization and structure of Dwell with Dignity.
Want to party? Join One Kings Lane’s Susan Feldman at a preview soiree on Thursday, April 18 at 6pm, and be among the first to reserve your favorite items! Tickets $175, dwellwithdignity.org
1. DJ Lucy Wrubel for Peacock Alley
Peacock Alley’s vision includes everything light, bright and happy. If you know Lucy Wrubel, then it’s obvious she would be the perfect fit for a designer collaboration. The duo dreamed up a fun an electric graffiti styled room that defiantly stands out for the thrift event.
Part of the Neiman Marcus group, the home-grown Horchow company offers the best in decorative items that are classic and unique. Each piece fits together to create the ideal design aesthetic for an ultra-stylish room.
3. IBB Design Fine Furnishings
Founded by Beth Rafferty, IBB Design Fine Furnishings specializes in the perfect color schemes and details when it comes to furniture. Their patterned fabrics and chic combos will have any designer’s tail wagging.
4. One Kings Lane
This lifestyle-shopping brand is best known for their top-brand, vintage and designer items. You won’t miss their retro, modern space of monochromatic blue hues.
5. Square Foot Studio
Animal hides, a mixture of woods, textures, and textiles makes for a casual and eclectic room. Square Foot Studio is known for using innovative materials in unusual ways, layering, and their use of statement art.
6 . Studio Ten 25
Vibrant colors and rich textures is what designer Abbe Fenimore is all about. The multicolored shop will put a spring in your step with its brightly styled furniture and accessories.
7. William-Christopher Design
This design duo and retail showroom is all about providing residential decoration and high quality design. Find glamorously-restored vintage furniture, design books and uncommon décor that spans the decades, with an emphasis on modern.