Dallas Design Stars
Meet 3 talented interior designers making their mark in Dallas
Apr 29, 2015 | 3:47 pm
We asked around at our favorite Dallas showrooms in a quest to discover the up-and-coming talent on the local interior design scene. These three are the ones to watch — and hire for your next project.
Photo courtesy of Amy Berry Designs
We asked around at our favorite Dallas showrooms in a quest to find the up-and-coming talent on the local interior design scene. These three — one brings her experience working in London to Dallas, another has a genius one-third rule and the last has taken over a venerable Dallas design firm — are the ones to watch. And, of course, hire for your next project. --- Amy Berry, Amy Berry Design [http: /www.amyberrydesign.com/] CultureMap: You went to school and worked in London. How did that shape your design aesthetic? Amy Berry: I’ve always been drawn to color, but living in London made me understand how light transforms it. The light in London is quite different than the light in Dallas. CM: What can we expect from you this year? AB: We recently launched a new website, which has a retail component [http://www.amyberryhome.com/], selling pillows and dog beds. Another little English touch. CM: How is the English design system different from the one here? AB: Most design stores in London are on the street and open to the public. I also think Dallas is one of the best places right now for design. CM: What are your three favorite places to shop? Do you utilize any of our local craftsmen? AB: Mecox [http://dallas.culturemap.com/guide/shops/mecox] for blue and white, Quadrille for fabrics, and Stark for rugs.