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Category Archives: Art and Culture

Martha Stewart Up Close & Personal at Chateau Domingue!

We were thrilled to welcome Martha Stewart to our showroom in Houston over Super Bowl Weekend.  We share Martha’s love of all things lifestyle and home, and naturally we loved showing her all that our companies have to offer!  Martha … Read the rest of this entry

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We’re Loving This…Collection de Boucherie

Over the years, some of our favorite items originally decorated or served functional purposes in French boucheries and Italian macellerias. Zinc animal heads indicated the type of meat for sale, while marble-topped tables kept the product cool. This iron sign … Read the rest of this entry

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Adventures on the West Coast

Leaving rainy Houston for sunny L.A. is never a chore. Last week the Chateau Domingue team trekked to the city of angels for the La Cienega Design Quarter Legends event – three days packed with key-notes, cocktails, and mingling with … Read the rest of this entry

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The Magic of Orangeries

This March, we reconstructed a 19th century French Orangerie in our showroom.  We have always been captivated by these classic structures with their tall, arching windows and romantic garden feel. Aside from housing citrus trees during harsh European winters, orangeries … Read the rest of this entry

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What We’re Loving: Religious Paintings

This 17th century religious painting originally hung in a private chapel in Naples, Italy. A close look at the painting reveals its main subject to be a young Virgin Mary. The Virgin Mary is often painted standing in a crescent … Read the rest of this entry

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