Boho Shower Curtains Stylist & designer Paige Morse is a collector at middle. "I began amassing as a child, my first assortment being vintage tea units," she says. Like Elnora Comstock in A Girl of the Limberlost, who spends her days amassing feathers, moths & twigs, in this day and age Morse uses natural ephemera found on her property to brighten her house. Not that she stops there.
Her collections range from antique globes & artifacts to textiles and vegetation. Morse's ability lies not only in collecting eclectic decor however in her cutting edge displays. These are housed in her 1916 bungalow, which she purchased in 2008. At that point it used to be in a state of great disrepair.
"Everything wanted updating," she says. "I revamped the kitchen, added a bath, stripped the painted floors and employed out for brand spanking new plumbing and electric. " The house continues to be a work in development, but Morse has never regretted her decision to buy a century-old home. And inspite of work to be performed, the classic structure of the bungalow is the perfect backdrop for her striking vignettes.
"I call it curating my space," says Morse. Homss at a GlanceWho lives here: Paige Morse, canine Maize & cat MilesSize: 1,450 sq. Feet; 3 bedrooms, 2 bathroomsLocation: Bishop Arts District, Dallas Ethnic textiles, antique furnishings and vignettes galore display a Dallas stylist's hunter-gatherer aspect at its best possible.