Several area rugs from Arsin Rug Gallery’s fine carpet collection were showcased by top designers for 2021 Kips Bay Decorator Show House Dallas.
Following a successful inauguration in 2020, Kips Bay Decorator Show House is back in Big D for its second year. Twenty-six designers from all over the country were selected to reimagine and transform an Old Preston Hollow home into a beautiful abode like no other.
Arsin Rug Gallery was chosen by seven participants to provide one of a kind pieces for their design creations.
Here are the designers, their show house creations and Arsin fine rugs selected:
“Leading a team of 75 architects, designers, branding and event specialists in both San Francisco and New York, Fulk has gained notoriety as a global stylemaker. Fulk has been named to Architectural Digest’s AD 100, Elle Decor’s A-List and was nominated for a James Beard Award for Best Designed Restaurant. His latest endeavor is the restoration of National Historic Landmark Saint Joseph’s Arts Society & Foundation, a community and a non-profit in San Francisco dedicated to supporting artists and bringing art to the forefront of our daily lives.”
– from kenfulk.com
ANTIQUE AGRA RUG
“Seasoned interior designer and expert thinker on sustainable living, Shelly brings 20 years of experience to the interior design community and continues to contribute to the national conversation on sustainable, adaptive design and its impact on human health and well-being. She has built her career in design on the premise of “living well”, an ideology that for Shelly, goes far beyond creating beautiful spaces.”
NEW ‘ROSE COLLECTION’ OUSHAK RUG
“Drawing on her work as a stylist and set designer, Janet Gridley creates worldly spaces with an independent spirit. Whether breathing new life into a landmark home, collaborating on a green building, or designing a social club to perfectly reflect it’s brand, Janet’s work is grounded in a belief that the places where we spend our lives should be welcoming and celebrate the uniqueness of personal taste.”
ANTIQUE PERSIAN BIJAR RUG
“Liz MacPhail Interiors is a 2021 winner of Austin Home’s Home & Design Awards and a participant in the esteemed 2021 Kips Bay Decorator Show House in Dallas. Liz is a proud member of the Interior Design Society and Thermador mentorship program, The Diversity and Design Pipeline, which is dedicated to equipping underrepresented students with the tools and resources they need to excel in the design industry after graduation.”
MODERN RUG FROM INDIA
“Trained at the Fashion Institute of Technology in New York City, Michael Aiduss has immersed himself in design field for over twenty years. Before starting his firm in 2010, he worked for Thomas O’Brien of Aero Studios Limited for fourteen years, seven of which he spent directing the architecture and design staff. During his time there, Aiduss worked with notable clients such as Giorgio Armani, Denzel Washington, and several other high-profile clients.”
NEW PERSIAN OUSHAK RUG
“With over 30 years of combined experience, Bryan and Mike Yates refined their expertise at renowned companies such as Yabu Pushelberg and Paul Taylor Dance Company respectively. Their design work has been implemented in many iconic cities around the world from New York City to Tokyo and beyond. Yates Desygn is a full-service design firm that theorizes traits and brings concepts to fruition for Interior Design, Landscape Design, and Architectural Enhancement. Brought together by their passion for style and design, Mike and Bryan married their professional talents to create Yates Desygn in 2015, and established their Dallas-based headquarters in 2016.”
MODERN RUG FROM INDIA
“Veranda named Caroline as one of six “2021 Next Legends” in its inaugural, annual feature. Caroline was a Finalist in ADAC’s Southeast Designer of the Year 2020. And, Caroline and her work have been featured in the pages and digital content of Veranda, Luxe, Flower, and Elite magazines.”
NEW MOROCCAN STYLE AFGHAN RUG
Kips Bay Decorator Show House Dallas runs from September 24, 2021 – October 24, 2021. The house selected for the event is located at 5138 Deloache Avenue, Dallas, Texas.
Author: Carlo Vincent Mollenido