Kips Bay Dallas 2021 Loves Perennials
It’s the most wonderful time of the year! No, not that one. The Kips Bay Dallas Show House is BACK in Dallas. For 2021, Kips Bay chose another batch of incredibly talented designers from around the nation to create stunning spaces. This traditional sweeping home in Old Preston Hollow became a myriad of extraordinary rooms. Keep scrolling to see our favorite spaces utilizing Perennials fabrics and rugs.
Ken Fulk’s Celestial Space
Known for flamboyance and fabulosity, Ken Fulk never shies from creativity. Ken’s space for Kips Bay Dallas embraces his love of dramatics with velvet wall paneling and stunning upholstery. His outdoor area includes Perennials’ Twist and Shout in Denim and Spiral Cord in Red Coral.
Yates Desygn’s Inner Circle
Dallas design duo Yates Desygn composed a moody sensual basement lounge dubbed the “Inner Circle.” Continuing the rosy color scheme, Yates Desygn covered a curved custom sofa in Plushy in Shell, opposite a chic loveseat in Whippersnapper in Desert Rose. Pairing texture with these pink hues resulted in an oh-so-sophisticated space.
Kathleen Walsh’s Lovely Hallway & Laundry
New York designer Kathleen Walsh took on the back hallway, laundry room and back door entrance, combining them into a cohesive design we are swooning over. Kathleen used Elements in After Glow and Breezy in Sunshine in her space, resulting in a chic fun vibe. Watch Kathleen walk through her space with Perennials below!
Traci Connell’s Pretty Pool Bath
Kips Bay veteran Traci Connell created a whimsical pool bathroom with pops of color and intrigue. Traci made a custom banquette covered in Plushy in Shell, perfect for lounging after a nice dip in the pool.
Robin Henry Studio’s Slim Aarons Oasis
Robin Henry Studio designed a stunning poolside paradise with both lounge and dining spaces throughout. Using our Fade Away rug in Desert Rose with fabrics like Go To Stripe in Grey Hills, Robin created a seating area perfect for cocktails and conversation. On the opposite side of the pool under the the porch, Robin designed a custom daybed oozing in intrigue thanks to Star Power in Nickel.
Shelly Rosenberg’s Sanctuary
Created for a little girl with disabilities, Shelly Rosenberg‘s bedroom takes every detail into consideration. The room was built with serenity and accessibility in mind. Shelly designed a pretty little chair covered in Perennials’ Homespun in Peony for quiet lounging.
Which room is your favorite? Until next year, Kips Bay Dallas…