Interior Design

Arts & Crafts

The Magical Reality of Ginger Fox

When I first entered the Ginger Fox Gallery in the Dallas Design Center, I was immediately struck by the diversity of her art.  Fox, a self-taught artist from the Texas Panhandle, is influenced by what she describes as magical reality – a mix of the natural and manmade worlds.

I fell instantly in love with her Water Series.  Her artwork evokes a sense of tranquility and calm.  If I had this in my house, I would be inspired to breathe deep every day.

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Great Blue by Ginger Fox

On the other end of the spectrum, her Power Club series inspired my “inner badass”.  While the art is influenced by female Texas archetypes, I think women around the world just might connect to this southern swagger.

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Smokin’ Hot by Ginger Fox

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Interior Design

My Latest Spark!

If you want to feel that you have traveled the world from the comfort of your exquisitely designed armchair, then check out the globetrotting designer and shop owner of Ceylon et Cie, Michelle Nussbaumer.  The Wanderlust fabric collection is made up of vibrant colors and exotic patterns that whether applied to a sofa or a throw pillow will provide a visual feast for the eyes in any home.


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Discovering Ceylon et Cie at the Dallas Design Center on 1319 Dragon Street was like taking a short adventure around the world.  This curated assortment is a result of her travels to India, China, Mexico and various regions of Europe.  Check out her book Wanderlust: Interiors that Bring the World Home, available at Amazon.

wanderlust interiors that bring the world home