Luxury Home Design and Furniture

Fusing old world allure and modern styling to create exquisite selections for the home.

At Bliss Home & Design, we pride ourselves on the timelessness of our design aesthetic and the tranquil nature of the pieces that are specially curated for our website.

As a premier source for uniquely elegant high-end furnishings and findings, we’re honored to revive the passion and craftsmanship held in the work of old-world artisans through home accents that blend a transitional mindset with an ancient artistry.

We have been delivering exceptional customer service and curating luxury wares since 1972 and our website continues that tradition today. Discover www.blisshomeanddesign.com and delight in the exquisite splendor that is our online collection.

Handmade Home Decor

Online Estate Sale – Art, Home Furnishings, Décor and More

Dwell With Dignity

Home Furnishings

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EBTH is proud to present a beautiful sale in partnership with nonprofit organization, Dwell with Dignity. Dwell with Dignity specializes in design and installation of home interiors for families in need of an environment that will support health and wellness.

Their mission is to help families escape poverty and homelessness through design; one household at a time. With the labor of dedicated volunteers and the generosity of donors, they create inspiring home interiors. The proceeds of this sale will help Dwell with Dignity continue their mission.

http://www.dwellwithdignity.org/

Dorian Bahr Company Interior Design Services and Construction

Dorian Bahr Company, Inc. started in the textiles industry in 1994, selling fabrics by the bolt to the interior design industry.

In 1996, we developed a cut yardage program. In 1998, we started our focus on building a new, exclusive and more innovative product line. By 2000, we were approaching showrooms to represent our exclusive line of textiles, while continuing to develop exclusive items for the high-end market.

We consider ourselves a “boutique textiles brand,” offering fabrics with sophisticated, restrained colors and textures. 1998 was the year we opened our first Dorian Bahr Showrooms, another boutique collection offering furniture, fabrics, lighting, wall-coverings, art and accessories.

We have showrooms and representatives exclusively representing our brand throughout the United States, offering a spectacular range of products.

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Dorian Bahr

BALANCE

Balance in design is the visual equilibrium that is achieved by reconciling opposing forces in a composition. There are there are two primary ways to achieve this: symmetrical balance and asymmetrical balance.

Symmetrical balance is also called formal balance, because a form (formula) is used — a mirror image about a vertical axis. Use symmetrical balance to create formal, organized and orderly looks.

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Create Your Version of White With Peacock Alley’s Simply White Designer Bed Series Event in Dallas

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ABOUT DESIGNER BED SERIES

LONG ON TRADITION Saying please. Writing thank you notes. Insisting on a home that’s both beautiful and meaningful. Peacock Alley believes in tradition. And when you spend four decades creating luxurious bedding and bath linens, you create a tradition all your own.

That’s just what Peacock Alley founder Mary Ella Gabler did.

It began in 1973 when she sold 250 patchwork pillows to Neiman Marcus for its storied Fortnight celebration. She chose the perfect name for her new company: Peacock Alley.

By sourcing fabric from the finest, most responsible mills around the world – most notably in Portugal – and having them sewn in our Dallas, Texas workshop by skilled, local artisans, Gabler created a line of high end, luxury linens that you can feel good about purchasing. And they are sure to feel good in return. That’s what we call returning the favor…

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Meet Designer of the Month Margaret Chambers

Margaret Chambers and her team are able to achieve the exact looks that her clients envision for their homes and offices. She has more than 60,000 hours of interior design career experience to her credit, and her work has been published in more than 20 industry magazines, including Southern Home, Traditional Home, and Better Homes & Gardens.

Chambers’ experience, innate talent, and studies of the classics of Europe enable her to confidently mix different styles, techniques, and cultures. Her work has earned her state and national awards from the American Society of Interior Designers, and she has been named a Best Designer in Dallas by D Home magazine for ten years and running.

Designer of the Month

Sought after by clients who understand the value of superior professional design, Chambers and her team at Chambers Interiors & Associates, Inc. are beloved by clients for the spirit of collaboration that they bring to each project and their willingness to share in the creative process, not control it.

With her team at Chambers Interiors, Margaret has worked on projects in locations across North Texas, including Dallas, University Park, Highland Park, Preston Hollow, and other areas. Her residential work has spanned a wide variety of styles – from modern high-rise living to charming Hill Country escapes to elegant Country French homes.

Meet and greet Margaret Chambers Feb. 23rd 4:30-7:00PM

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Great Savings on Sheeting, Fashion Bedding, Blankets, Towels and More at Peacock Alley

MARY ELLA GABLER

Long before “start up” became everyday parlance, Peacock Alley founder Mary Ella Gabler was on her way to establishing the luxury linen market in the US. The vision for her family-run, locally based company has not changed: Make and sell bedding and bath linens that are simple, beautiful, and impeccably crafted.

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LONG ON TRADITION

By sourcing fabric from the finest, most responsible mills around the world – most notably in Portugal – and having them sewn in our Dallas, Texas workshop by skilled, local artisans, Gabler created a line of high end, luxury linens that you can feel good about purchasing. And they are sure to feel good in return. That’s what we call returning the favor.

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THE BOOK

Not only is our founder an entrepreneur, she’s also a best-selling author. In 2013, Gabler released her autobiography, which chronicles her rise to prominence from shattering the glass ceiling in the male-dominated halls of Wall Street to establishing the luxury linen market in the US. And thanks to her business savvy and trademark sophistication, she has also become a sought-after speaker. True to form, Gabler weaves one interesting story after another.

PEACOCK ALLEY

OFFERING LUXURY BEDDING AND BATH LINENS SINCE 1973

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Thirty-Five Years in Business

Fabric Protection and Cleaning

When I was 30 years old I started FiberCare Inc., not because I always wanted to be in business but because I didn’t want to teach, I didn’t want to look for a job, and I loved the fabric protection and service business.

Here it is 35 years later and we are still going strong with a high end cleaning business added on.

I could toot my own horn saying most businesses fail in the early years, or even brag that even with a Master’s degree I had never had a business class. I didn’t even know which was net and which was gross, to my Father’s chagrin. So, what was the secret to creating a long lasting business?

The first thing is obvious, hard work. I worked hard during the week and spent the weekends doing paperwork with no computer just a calculator and a few friends doing secretarial duties.

The second thing, was customer service, I offer/ offered a terrific product and caring for my customer was always most important. The third thing was integrity.

I learned quickly that everyday in business is an integrity test. Would I give this designer a bigger referral fee just because my competitor would? Would I give this customer a discount because they were trying to intimidate me by losing a big job if I didn’t ? Would I allow a furniture store to use my company’s good name (FiberCare) but charge inflated prices?

These morality questions weighed hard on me the first months in business, I didn’t like it that everyday I had to deal with these emotional dilemmas. So I made a decision. Integrity is black and white, just like the truth. I would ALWAYS take the high road, my company would always have integrity. I would not be intimidated by the very rich, I would not have my arm twisted by the powerful furniture stores and I will not be threatened by fear or blackmailed by what someone will write on the Internet.

So, thank you to my clients, my designers, my friends, my trusted employees and Patrick, who have all contributed to 35 great years of taking excellent care of your fine furnishings. I have a computer now, I don’t work all weekend anymore but integrity, that hasn’t changed. It’s still black and white.

Sincerely,
Joan Friedman