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A non-binary space for a modern-day person by Michal Halil

Set in a Georgian estate located in the Old Preston Hollow district, the annual Kips Bay Decorator Show House Dallas features the work and rooms of 26 designers from across the country. Michal Hilal’s welcoming and intimate lounge aims to be art-forward, using the furniture as unique pieces and serving as a space to escape during a big party for a cozy chat.

 

“Being assigned the “her study” I really thought about how to make it a space that is non-binary and really inclusive to the modern-day person. The goal is to create a space that feels soft and ethereal. I took direction from the late 70’s/ early 80’s US Southwest for the palette that will be enveloped in celadon, accompanied by nude shades, wood tones, and earthy ceramics.” – Michal Hilal

 

Room sketch by Amy Archimbault Studio

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