Uptown High RiseContemporary Living Room, Dallas
Dona Rosene Interiors. Photography by Robert Peacock.
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Wednesday: Rosene does some recon and tags home base. "I did a little shopping online before I went to Jared’s apartment to look at the space in person — to see what else I needed and to confirm I was headed in the right direction," Rosene says. She had scoped out the art that breaks up the long entryway wall at Z Gallerie online before buying it, but the big score was the painting over the sofa; she found it at discount chain Tuesday Morning for under $200. This provided her with the color palette inspiration for the room. A trip to Target scored her the occasional chair (on sale for $120), accessories and one of the bedroom lamps. Next she headed over to Robert Lawrence for planters and plants that would stand up to the apartment's high ceilings without blocking the views or passageways. Last she scooped up towels and accessories at Home Goods and World Market until closing time again. "It's a good thing these stores are open until 9 or 10 at night, or I would never have finished this job," Rosene says. Side table (left): Pier 1 imports