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Interior Designers

Emily Summers Will Open Shop in Highland Park Village

Pencil this in: October 17th is a day for shopping.
By Margaux Anbouba |
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The stores are a changin’ at Highland Park Village. And while we thought it was exciting that Hermes was expanding, we’re even more pumped that internationally renowned interior designer Emily Summers is adding her store into the mix. Slated to open on October 17, the store has been donned “Studio 54” thanks to its location: suite 54.

The 1,300 square foot space will carry vintage furnishings, custom designs by local artists, and Summers’ favorite furniture, lighting, rug, and accessory lines that she has found over years of travel. All of the pieces will fit perfectly into Summers’ well known aesthetic: elegantly restrained contemporary. Stop by to find ceramics from SMU teacher Brian Molanphy, contemporary rugs from F.J. Hakimian, 20th century furniture from Liz O’Brien, and more.

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