If you live in the Dallas area I’m sure that you have at least heard of or stopped by one of Leslie Prichard’s vintage chic stores. Her first store, Again and Again is full of used pieces with fabulous bones just waiting to be re-covered and re-finished. Leslie has a great eye and love all things vintage, especially pieces that are not mass produced. It’s hard to miss the bright pink house and if you in the market for a specific piece, things change around the store often so it’s hard not to find something.
Her before and after gallery is ahhhmazing, take a look at a few of my favorite transformations. Images Via: Again and Again Facebook Gallery
Leslie recently completed the interiors of her Dallas condo and the space is currently being featured in FD LUXE’s February issue. A muted color scheme of white & pink is mixed with soft gray, brown and rust orange accents. My favorite part of the condo is all of the glamourous details like oversized mirrors, metallic geometric wallpapers and her lamps are just gorgeous. All images via: FD LUXE
Vintage asian teak chairs in a polished cream finish, a commissioned mirror over the fireplace and off white linen wrapped shelves are the highlights of the living room. How about those yummy pink silk drapes, retro pendant (reflected in the mirror) and overall Kelly Wearstler feel that the room has?!
Custom wingback from Again & Again in Schumacher’s Rusty Orange Velvet and abstract painting from Dallas Artist Chris Schumacher.
Drexel writing desk in charcoal gray with a “Dorothy Draperish” clamshell custom chair. Kelly Wearstler’s Bengal Bazaar in Apricot.
Milo Baughman brass chairs upholstered in iridescent vinyl snakeskine, lacquered linen vintage console from Karl Springer and that stunning bronzed iron based dining room table create a juxtaposition of styles in the dining room.
A vintage Henredon bar retains it’s original black finish and brass hardware, such a rare find and the overall arrangement of the space is classic and colorful.
Leslie’s favorite piece is the 1970′s Lane walnut dresser.
In the master, coral linens, Hermes blanket and a Kelly Wearstler inspired upholstered headboard create a space that isn’t too fussy. The texture and accessories like the Henredon nightstands and brutalist lamps from Nick Brock Antiques finish off the look.