Cleaning Luxury Fabrics – Dallas Home Design Center – Furniture as Art

Furniture as Art

Cleaning Luxury Fabrics

With all the types of fabric blends, cleaning materials, and temperature settings, maintenance and care for fabrics can be pretty confusing and intimidating! There are some general rules such as don’t over-wash and when in doubt, use cold water, but the rules and methods of care do go a bit deeper than that… depending on the fabric, of course!

That’s why we’ve decided to create this series of care and methods for fabrics! In this series of guides, we’ll give you short and easy lists for your reference that will note qualities of the fabrics, how to wash them (or not wash them), and when it’s safe (or not!) to iron a fabric! We’ll start with a small group–the Luxury fabrics–consisting of Silk, Velvet, Wool, and Leather.

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Luxury Fabrics – Care and Cleaning

Perennials is on a mission – a mission to invigorate the design community with fun, resilient fabrics. Since Ann Sutherland, Perennials president and founder, first searched for luxurious performance fabrics, Perennials has become an industry leader in this category, emphasizing design, color, liveability and longevity. Starting with thirty fabrics, in classic stripes and solid colors influenced by nature’s colors, the company has grown its offerings to over 800 fabrics, as well as hand-woven and hand-knotted rugs, trimmings and pillows.

If you’ve made a mess on Perennials, you have nothing to worry about. From barbecue sauce to wine, see our Quick Cleaning Guide for solutions on the most usual suspects…

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VISIT DALLAS MARKET CENTER’S INTERIOR HOME + DESIGN CENTER

The Interior Home + Design Center is the new, open-daily home décor marketplace at Dallas Market Center exclusively for interior designers and the trade. Inside the adapted mid-century building, more than twenty leading companies and The Gallery at IHDC, a new shared showroom space, present the latest collections of furniture, lighting, decorative accessories, and wall art. These new showrooms serve an active and discerning design community seeking unique resources for residential and commercial projects across Mid-America and Latin America…

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Dallas Market Center – An Open-Daily Design Destination

 

A Modern Approach to Design

Great design is a collaboration, and Homepolish is there for your entire journey.

We pair you with the right interior design and renovation professionals and help you navigate the process, from answering your questions to resolving challenges along the way. With innovative technology to make the process easier and a dedicated team to support you, Homepolish will bring your space to life.

Whether you’re accessorizing a Lakewood rental or completing a gut renovation of a Highland Park home, Homepolish provides a custom, affordable interior design service that works for you. Your Homepolish designer will guide you through the entire design process, including a complimentary product ordering concierge…

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Furniture as Art

How Should Furniture Respond to the World Around It?

Artists have long been interested in the domestic space, but as the distinction between art and design becomes ever more blurred, more artists are making objects that function, and more designers are making sculpture. Plus: Five designers create original furniture, exclusively for T.

WHEN WE TALK about artists making furniture, an old debate over whether design counts as art (and vice versa) rises once again to the surface, like a shark baited with chum. Furniture designers aren’t, by the logic of the category, really artists, and artists, by that same logic, must normally be engaged in a higher pursuit than furniture…

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These Artists Would Love for You to Sit on Their Work

A zany perversity is rampant in the studios of many young, contemporary creators who are trampling the boundary between furniture and fine art. For artists who want to break rules, this offers tempting propositions: chairs that aren’t meant for sitting, lamps that are less interested in illumination than in aesthetic verve, home goods that don’t work like they should. Rebellious aesthetes are turning old, recognizable forms—the sofa, the shelf—into objects for considerable contemplation. In their studios, provocation and individual expression override comfort and utility…

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