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Showroom Style: Decorating With Roses

Everything’s coming up roses.
By D Magazine |

A Touch of Rose
In decorating, as in nature, roses are perennial. Whether cabbage or bud-sized, pale or brash, there are very few rooms that can’t handle a touch of Rosa.

1 Paniers Flueris Impressions Sur Chaine fabric available to the trade through Clarence House, 1025 N. Stemmons Fwy., Ste. 490. 214-741-5600. 2 Cowtan and Tout’s Windsor Rose fabric 3 Colefax & Fowler’s Bowood fabric 4 Colefax & Fowler’s Old Rose fabric and 5 Cowtan and Tout’s Bailey Rose fabric available to the trade through Walter Lee Culp Associates, 1025 N. Stemmons Fwy., Ste. 500. 214-651-0510. 6 Bertoia Bird High-back Chair available to the trade through Knoll, Inc., 1707 Oak Lawn Ave. 214-741-5819. www.knoll.com. 7 Silk pillow with antique beaded center available to the trade through Ceylon et Cie, 1500 Market Center Blvd. 214-742-7632. 8 Les Fougeres Sur Chaine fabric available to the trade through Clarence House, 1025 N. Stemmons Fwy., Ste. 490. 214-741-5600. 9 Antique Famille-rose hexagon vase, antique Famille-rose vase with turquoise, and set of four antique Famille-rose stacking boxes available to the trade through Oriental Treasures, 1322 Slocum St. 214-760-8888. 10 Small Floral wallpaper available to the trade through Clarence House, 1025 N. Stemmons Fwy., Ste. 490. 214-741-5600.

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