Thursday, October 19

Fearless American Fashion

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Wednesday, October 18

Eric Buterbaugh, Artist in the Medium of Scent

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You may not know the name Eric Buterbaugh—unless, that is, you’ve seen the phantasmagorical floral installations he’s created for Hollywood’s A-list party crowd. (Follow @ericbuterbaugh on Instagram to clock him beaming with Gwyneth, Reese, Demi…) Now the LA-based “artist in the medium of scent” has partnered with a team of master perfumers to create a gallery of fragrances. That all are florals should come as no surprise, but don’t expect cloyingly sweet, or even conventionally feminine. To wit: Nick’s Sunflower, a summery abstract of yellow flowers and blue skies, was inspired by Venice, California, hat designer (and FFT favorite) Nick Fouqet. Find it and seven more originals presented in 10ml glass vials in the aptly named Discovery Kit. Or go big with Buterbaugh’s answer to a room diffuser: a taxidermy rooster whose feathers diffuse a gentle aura of lemon flower and jasmine. And, oh yes, the rooster wears a crown and necklace because, why not?

Meet Eric (and ask him about his start in Dallas with Gianni Versace), at Forty Five Ten on Main, Friday, Oct. 27 from 1 to 3 p.m.

SHOP ERIC BUTERBAUGH

Monday, October 2

Brian Molanphy

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Head to fortyfiveten.com/events for details.

 

Monday, September 18

Sparkle Plenty

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Top: Ashley Longshore

Above: Chance Wick & Sarah May | Zephyr Gin | Alison Kirkpatrick & Laura Black

Stellar crowd. Commendable cause. Guest of honor with a personality huge enough to dwarf Big Tex. What else—apart from copious cocktails, bites and DJ—does a great party need? If you attended Art for Advocacy at FFT’s For Home store on McKinney Avenue last Thursday night, you already know the answer: Not one thing.

The evening’s mission was raising funds for Dallas Children’s Advocacy Center, a 26-year-old nonprofit that serves abused and traumatized children throughout Dallas County. But it was impossible to feel somber surrounded by so much visual joy. That came courtesy of New Orleans-based artist Ashley Longshore, a pop-culture magpie as flamboyant (and unfiltered) as her work. The tsunami of color, sparkle and provocation took over much of the store, from tables laden with acrylic trays, prayer candles, cocktail glasses and beaded bags, to a show-stopping gallery of massive, maximalist paintings. Sample message:  WORK HARD. EAT CARBS. SPEND MONEY. Amen, sister.

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blog-3Veuve Clicquot | Macarons by We the Birds

blog-4Karen Bivins & Rob Dailey |David Howard, Lindsey Carneal-Howard, Ree & Jason Willaford | Bill Saplicki & Brenda Meloy

blog-5Joseph Steffen, Ashley Longshore & Dan Rodriguez

blog-6Frank & Marisa Howard | Shannon Durst, Yola Risser & Erin Waks | Eric & Katherine Reeves

blog-8Michelle Sereno, Reed Robertson & Lamar Brittany Allan

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blog-10Laura Naylor, Phillip Cottone & Jonathan Merla

 

Tuesday, September 12

Ashley Longshore has landed

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Stay tuned for updates on her postponed Houston appearance.

 

Tuesday, August 8

For Home: David Sutherland

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With showrooms in Dallas, New York, Los Angeles, Chicago and Houston, David Sutherland is a go-to source for design professionals across the country. The For Home Forty Five Ten curation spotlights his core lines, Sutherland (teak furniture) and Perennials (indoor-outdoor fabrics). Also in the mix: an estate-authorized cast of John Dickinson’s iconic African side table, and a selection of porcelain vases from Sutherland’s own private collection. Fun fact: The T Room’s teak patio furniture was created by Sutherland especially for Forty Five Ten.

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214.559.2280
4510 McKinney Avenue,
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Store Hours:
Monday through Saturday
10 until 6PM

Thursday, June 29

This is it! Up to 75% off

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Call your nearest store for more information.

Forty Five Ten on Main 214-559-4510

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Forty Five Ten River Oaks 281-560-4510

*Terms & Conditions
Receive an extra 30% off all current markdowns from Monday, June 19 through Friday, June 30. We gladly accept returns of sale purchases for a full refund or exchange within 14 days with proof of purchase. Returned merchandise will only be accepted if unworn and with tags. No price adjustments on prior purchases. No returns on final sale merchandise, intimate apparel, cosmetics, epicure, altered and special order products. Forty Five Ten reserves the right to determine if returned merchandise is in saleable condition. Exclusions apply.
Thursday, June 15

For the rad dad

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Friday, June 9

Emily Summers’ Design Tips

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A noted collector of art and antiques, interior designer Emily Summers brings that passion to her furnishing and décor selections—many one of a kind—at For Home. The Texas native is nationally recognized for refined interiors that reflect a deep knowledge of contemporary art and architecture. Her Dallas-based firm has consulted on projects ranging from the penthouse of W Victory and a Jackson Hole guest house to the interiors of the Wyly Theatre and Winspear Opera House. Summers has been named to the Architectural Digest AD100 list every year since 2007.

6_9_17-blog-es2Install dimmers on all lighting.  Soft, warm adjustable light lets you enhance the room to make it more inviting.  Try to stay away from bright light, especially overhead light.  The small investment in dimmers is well worth it.

In a bathroom, a pair of sconces flanking the sink at eye level on a mirror is the most flattering and beautiful solution.

6_9_17-blog-es3Our preferred “white” paints, depending on how neutral, warm or cool we need to specify, are Benjamin Moore OC-59 Vanilla Milkshake, OC-45 Swiss Coffee and OC-26, Silver Satin.

Request samples of everything. Organize by room and reference often.

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Every chair needs a side table. A place for coffee and our phones.

I see lots of rooms with every piece of furniture up on legs. Some pieces should extend to the floor; they anchor furniture arrangements. Too many legs and the furniture looks like it might all run away.

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Create traffic flow drawings before laying out furniture. Don’t create unnecessary corners with rugs or furniture. Invite people into a room by providing a subtle path.

Small cords and trim make a big difference. We often use cord on furniture bases, seams, and cushion detailing. I suggest Samuel & Sons ¼” Cambridge Cord – many color options small sizes.

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Take your time. A finely tuned space requires adjustments and sequential decision making. Rushing requires compromises.

It takes longer and costs more to replace a mistake than to wait for the right piece the first time.

For more information call For Home Forty FiveTen

214.559.2280

Tuesday, May 23

Sale – Select Spring Collections

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Grab the pieces you’ve had your eye on all season from Maison Margiela, Sacai, The Row, Thom Browne and many more.

Call your nearest store for more information.

Forty Five Ten on Main 214-559-4510

TTH Forty Five Ten 214-252-0510

Forty Five Ten River Oaks 214-560-4510

*Terms & Conditions
Exclusions on spring collections apply. We gladly accept returns of sale purchases for a full refund or exchange within 14 days with proof of purchase. Returned merchandise will only be accepted if unworn and with tags. No price adjustments on prior purchases. No returns on final sale merchandise, intimate apparel, cosmetics, epicure, altered and special order products. Forty Five Ten reserves the right to determine if returned merchandise is in saleable condition.