Monday, February 26, 2024 Feb 26, 2024
72° F Dallas, TX
Advertisement
Home & Garden

Scenes from D Home’s Design Book Launch Party

The interiors community gathered at the Loloi Found & Made showroom on February 8 for the D Home Design Book Launch Party.
By D Home |
View Gallery
2022 D Home Design Book Launch Party
Bret Redman
Advertisement

Scenes from D Home’s Design Book Launch Party

{{ oneIndex }} / {{ images.length }}

Advertisement

On February 8, the design community gathered at the Loloi Found & Made showroom to celebrate the launch of D Home’s Design Book. Notable members of the design community mingled with D Home staffers while enjoying a smorgasbord of food, wine, and entertainment. 

Located in the heart of Dallas’ Design District, Loloi Found & Made is a showroom for one-of-a-kind wall art, rugs, and pillows. Cyrus Loloi, principal and CMO of Loloi Rugs, spoke to the attendees and shared his excitement about the new showroom and the opportunity to partner with Dallas’ top designers.

About the D Home Design Book

The 2022 D Home Design Book is an inspiring, practical guide to the people you need to know to make your year beautiful. It celebrates the incredible creators, builders, designers, architects, makers, families, contributors, editors, and partners that make up D Home. Find a copy of the 2022 issue at Whole Foods and Central Market, or order it online

*Bruce Bernbaum’s name was originally misspelled in the slideshow. This has been corrected.

Author

D Home

D Home

Related Articles

Image
Online Shopping

Shop Vintage Home Goods on These Dallas-based Instagram Accounts

When you want something fast, look no further than your smartphone.
By and Melissa Tallo
Image
Home Accessories

Everything You Need to Know about LED Lighting

LED lighting presents a world of new possibilities. One local expert illuminates us.
Valentine's Day plans for everyone
Valentine's Day

Show Your Love in Every (Love) Language This Valentine’s Day

Feeling uninspired this Valentine's Day? This roundup of the best local gifts and experiences should do the trick.
By Jamie Laubhan-Oliver, Jessica Otte, and Lydia Brooks
Advertisement