My friend, David, over at Again and Again, brought my attention to this fabulous article in The Dallas Morning News that spotlights the 1950’s Turtle Creek duplex of Again and Again owner, Leslie Pritchard.  With the help of designer Breck Woolsey, they glammed up the space with vintage pieces, bold fabrics, metallics, and animal print.

If you’ve been to Leslie’s shops before (Again and Again or Again Design Studio), then you probably aren’t surprised to find out that her duplex is equally as stylish.  Her two shops on Henderson Avenue in Dallas have become quite successful due to her knack for finding those one-of-a-kind pieces.

{Again and Again}

{Again Design Studio}

Ok now back to that gorgeous duplex…

I love how she combined icy gray, soft pinks, with pops of gold throughout.  Leslie definitely isn’t afraid to go out on a limb and combine pieces from different periods nor does she have any hesitation about mixing bold prints.  I identified a few Kelly Wearstler fabrics throughout her home and can’t help but notice how much Leslie herself looks like the LA designer! Don’t ya think?

{Leslie Pritchard and her designer, Brett Woolsey}

I have to say that I love her drapes!  The blush color combined with the silky sheen fabric is girly glam at its finest-

The iron gates below were custom-built and replaced a run of the mill door as well as brightened up a dark hall…

Her dining room is a mix of all different styles- love!

Huge artwork makes a statement next to a custom chair upholstered in Schumacher fabric and built by Again Design Studio…

A small but interesting gallery wall sits above a vintage Henredon bar…

Brett and Leslie’s variation of scale throughout (tall lamps paired with shorter headboard) is a great way to keep things interesting.

Do you love Leslie’s apartment as much as I do?

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9 Comments to 'I Could Look at this Place Again and Again!'

Baylor Love 25 Feb 11 at 1:08 pm

I would never describe myself as a fan of pale pink but wow do these photos make me rethink that position. And that dining room is GORGEOUS.

Thanks so much for the inspiration!

Simple Dwellings 25 Feb 11 at 2:21 pm

Beautiful spaces! Thanks so much for sharing. The blend of design styles is gorgeous!

Janet 25 Feb 11 at 10:16 pm

The first picture is gorgeous! I wish I owned those chairs. Kinda of reminds me of this designer’s style

Evelyn 25 Feb 11 at 10:42 pm

I am in love with the pale pink. It goes amazingly with her design scheme. Though I have very positive comments about the majority of these rooms, I’d have to say the teeny-tiny headboard with the massive lamps is something I am not a fan of. Very unattractive. My advice? Go for a bigger, quilted headboard and add extra “snazz” by putting your personal touch to it with some type of studs or jewels. The headboard will be very unique. For the lamps? Simplicty sometimes is the key. Go for clear, glass bases with a funky shade.

built on your lot homes 26 Feb 11 at 1:19 am

Nice post…Every home has a story and every story has its own protagonists. Created to suit the lifestyle, expectations and ambitions of its inhabitants, this next home gathers under its roof a world of inviting and clutter-free interiors, as well as many spaces for entertaining guests. . Large glazed windows create a connection between the indoor living space and the surrounding nature. An interior courtyard further creates an equilibrated feeling of belonging to nature. This is usually identical with traditional and classic design but this house interior provides you a glorious design in modern style. Thanks for sharing.

Casey Craig Art 26 Feb 11 at 9:13 am

Nice eclectic feel to these spaces – something for everyone!

interior designer chicago 28 Feb 11 at 1:42 am

BEAUTIFUL Photos I really love the chairs in the living room so elegant yet COMFY

Elle 04 Mar 11 at 2:13 pm

I love, love, love these designs! So my taste, I could look at it again and again too!

Monika 09 Mar 11 at 3:23 pm

That gold stool next to her fireplace in the first picture…Kelly Wearstler uses these everywhere and I LOVE it! Do you know where it can be found? I have searched and searched to no avail!

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