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Peacock Alley {Designer Bed Series}

I am excited to be a part of Peacock Alley’s Designer Bed Series thrilled to share my curated look for the Month of May.  I wanted to create a look that could be used in the guest bedroom of our soon to be remodeled home and instantly fell in love with the Navy Tailored Pique Duvet and shams .

To often, guest bedrooms receive the left over pieces from bedrooms past and are not the priority when selecting new linens. So creating a look with an overall classic feel was the right place to start. Incorporating a hint of the bright fuchsia accents with the throw, abstract art and accessories bring a glamorous and well styled element to the tailored Pique Collection.  If your in the Dallas Design District stop by to see my look in person, it will be set up through the month of May! Shop the look with the pink links below!


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Shop all of the gorgeous elements

Navy Temo Sheets | Tailored Navy Pique Duvet & Shams |  Mandalay Navy Linen Bedskirt

Fuchsia Throw  | Pink Agate Pillow  | Navy Velvet Pillows Or Ombre Velvet Pillows |  Pink Glamazon Lamp

Acrylic Box Blue Agate  | Bold Art | Metallic Cowhide Rug | Small Benches | Nesting Tables




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Navy Temo Sheets | Tailored Navy Pique Duvet & Shams |  Mandalay Navy Linen Bedskirt

Fuchsia Throw  | Pink Agate Pillow  | Navy Velvet Pillows Or Ombre Velvet Pillows |  Pink Glamazon Lamp

Acrylic Box Blue Agate  | Bold Art | Metallic Cowhide Rug | Small Benches | Nesting Tables

Get The Look {Art Deco Chic}


Image: Melanie Johnson for Studio Ten 25

Art Deco elements are making a comeback and I love how easily they blend with modern and eclectic pieces. With a mix of bold color, classic lines and glitzy lighting, this formal sitting room is the perfect place to entertain or just give your guests a little something to turn their head at.

Shop This Room

Love the look of this bold guest room that we created for our client? Getting the look is now easy and just a click away. We have pulled all of the elements that you need to pull this look together in our online boutique,Shop Ten 25.



Wednesday Work Space

Wednesday calls for a dapper workspace, don’t cha think? I appreciate that men ask for a space to function before we address the ” fabulous” part of the design process. Ladies usually start with how they want the space to look, so we work backwards with the guys. We always find a way to pull in the fabulous, and the end result is a great room that functions and looks fabulous too! This home office was once a screened in porch, but the space was not being used. A small construction project became the resolution in the end, and with all of the floor to ceiling windows this room are perfect.

And since we had so much natural light in the room, we were able to bring in the warmer tones that he wanted in the space. We started with the graphic Beaton Brown rug from STARK and incorporated a glass top desk that would keep the small space from feeling too cramped.  Two barrel backed accent chairs upholstered in an faux ostrich leather, brass accents and a bold pop of color with the art created the perfect workspace for him.

Images: Melanie Johnson Photography for Studio Ten 25

















Get The Look {Contemporary Dining}

Get The Look of a contemporary dining room  in just four easy steps.

1. Start with a neutral drum shade to create a warm ambiance. 2. Add a vintage Persian rug in a floral pattern to create a focal point and add softness underfoot. 3. Velvet swoop chairs translate both comfort and style. 4 And top it off with a versatile buffet for easy access to food and drink when hosting.


Get the Look


Image: Melanie Johnson Photography for Studio Ten 25

And don’t forget a few vases of fresh flowers to finish off your look! Here are a few pieces we love to use on our dining table…


These Alessandria Bowls are perfect for orchids or small arrangements


Happy Hands Vase, we say yes please !

Get The Look {Chic Master Bedroom}

Want a chic master bedroom? Get the look with these 5 pieces from Shop Ten 25​

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Get The Look {White Hot}





 1.Kitson Sconce  2.Vanessa Bowls 3.Zebra Canvas Rug 4. Amethyst Round Tray  5.Imperial Mirror 6.Jagger Rectangle Box  7.Aluminum Horse Sculpture  8.Lality Pillow  9.White Leather Tarak Pillow  10.Silver Zebra Pillow 


On The Shelf

If your not into junking up your bookshelves, but still want a completed, look today is your lucky day. Using fabric or wallpaper on the back of bookshelves is a great go-to when making your shelves look complete . Select a pattern that is simple and neutral if you want to go with bold books, art and accessories on your shelves. If minimal is the look your going for,  the wallpaper can have a bit more flare with pattern and color.  From bold and beautiful to simple yet chic, hopefully these stylish shelves will inspire you.


Image: Heather Hawkins for Studio Ten 25




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Image: Melanie Johnson Photography for Studio Ten 25

Get The Look {Moroccan Master}




Room Image Via: Montague

Carmalita Mirror | Nirakar Sequin Pillow | Yellow Metallic Velvet Pillow | Safari Chic Pillows | Yellow Throw Blanket | Magenta Throw Blanket | Lacquered Box Blue Agate | Hand Knotted Ikat Rug



Dallas Morning News {June Home Team}

The Dallas Morning News started a new designer home team series that runs the first Saturday of each month.

Emily Hewett of A Well Dressed Home, Dallas,

Abbe Fenimore of Studio Ten 25, Dallas,

Barbara Gilbert of Barbara Gilbert Interiors, Dallas,

Ashlina Kaposta of Ashlina Kaposta Interiors, Dallas,

Elaine Williamson-Romero of Elaine Williamson Designs, Dallas,

We are now in the 4th month of the home team series and I am loving the feedback that has been received. Five Dallas designers (including yours truly) are asked to discuss the latest trends and share tips and tricks for making them work in your home.

This month focuses on Tile and how to incorporate the best look for your space.

Some design elements are easy to change — paint, fabric, accessories. Tiles and countertops, not so much. You want to make sure you get them right, but that doesn’t mean you have to steer clear of color or personality.

From floor to ceiling and kitchen to office, there’s no shortage of places where tiles work. With diverse styles and materials from sturdy and practical to decorative and showstopping, there are almost infinite looks and combinations to be made with tiles.





If you want something a little more exciting than the basic subway tile but are not sure how to still keep things basic, try a simple pattern. We used a bold mirrored moroccan tile from Ann Sacks over the stove but kept the overall feel minimal by using a more simple linear tile throughout the remaining areas of the kitchen back splash.








We instantly feel in love with the Arabesque pattern and used the soft white glass version to bring a little interest to this kitchen. We didn’t want to go overboard with the back splash, but also didn’t want to settle for the standard subway tile either.