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Interior Design

Laura Lee Clark’s New Gallery

The showroom puts fabrics designed by up-and-comers on display.
By Elaine Rogers |

Tucked amid the refined array of furniture and decor offerings at the Laura Lee Clark showroom stands a new 1,000-square-foot fabric gallery that includes two up-and-coming Dallas textile designers Megan Adams and Ann Jackson. A recent partnership with Stout Textiles designates half of Clark’s expanded textile gallery to the affordable-but-refined brand’s upholstery, drapery, leathers, trims, and outdoor fabrics. The other half celebrates the creative tendencies of several female entrepreneurs led by Adams, a painter whose vibrant fabric collection will grow this fall to include an extensive line of linens. Jackson, a fine artist and former art teacher who launched her new brand’s fabric-mimicking wallpapers in January, has already added more patterns to the original set of eight. Clark also showcases the talents of Austin-based Bunglo by Shay Spaniola and contemporary abstract expressionist Lindsay Cowles of Virginia. Also new to the mix is KB TEXTILES, the textile extension of KB Bespoke, the furniture line by Los Angeles designer Kristen Buckingham.