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Hall Arts Hotel to Debut in Dallas, IKEA Acquires Local Forestland, and More News in Texas
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Texas is full of great designers and makers, and new things are happening every day in the Lone Star State. To help you keep up with all the design news and goings-on in the area, AD PRO is here with what you need to know this week.

Openings

Hall Arts Hotel Announces Opening in Dallas Arts District

The Hall Arts Hotel, the newest hotel to arrive in the Dallas Arts District, is set to open in December. Created by Kathryn and Craig Hall, founders of the developer Hall Group, the 11-story luxury hotel will feature 183 contemporary guest rooms, 19 suites, a rooftop pool, a luxury fitness center, and 6,000-square-feet of meeting space. Ellie’s, located in an open-air lounge on the second floor, is the primary dining venue of the hotel. HKS Architects designed the hotel, with interiors by Bentel & Bentel.

“Our vision for the hotel was to create a contemporary, art-filled space where guests could feel inspired throughout their stay, while experiencing all of the amenities and services of a luxury boutique hotel,” Craig Hall tells AD PRO. “We worked with two incredible art curators, Virginia Shore and Patricia Meadows, to bring this vision to life, and we are looking forward to welcoming our first guests this December.”

Away Opens Dallas Pop-Up by Sasha Bikoff

With the holiday season right around the corner, Away is opening up a new pop-up in Dallas at 3109 Knox Street. The new location will be open from November 29 to January 5, and will feature a bright, bold interior design courtesy of Sasha Bikoff.
Sales

BeDesign Holiday Sale Debuts in Houston

Houston’s BeDesign showroom is running its biggest sale of the year now through December 9. Shoppers can save up to 50% on sofas and dining tables from some of the top Italian brands.
Events

Courtlandt Place to Host Holiday Home Tour Next Week

Six historic homes, three magnificent gardens, and a selection of vintage cars are all going on view for Houston’s Courtlandt Place Holiday Home Tour on December 7 and 8, from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. The Courtlandt Place Historical Foundation’s mission is to promote historic preservation in the city of Houston. Tickets are $45 in advance and $40 at the gate, with a portion of proceeds benefiting Preservation Houston.

Business

IKEA Acquires East Texas Forestland

IKEA’s parent company has nearly doubled its U.S. forestland portfolio with two recent land acquisitions, including one in East Texas. According to the Dallas Morning News, the intention is for IKEA to develop a sustainable wood source for its furniture for the foreseeable future.
Product Launches

Houston Designer Debuts Coffee-Table Book

Segreto Finishes founder and Houston-based designer Leslie Sinclair is launching the firm's latest book, Segreto Impressions. The new tome is the fourth book documenting the firm's work on interiors in the Houston area, and details various projects and rooms over 400 pages. The book costs $95, and can be purchased through the company's website.

Real Estate

New Report Says Houston Leads Texas in New Homes

The Houston metro area is the biggest market in Texas for new home sales, according to a report from HomesUSA.com. The Houston Chronicle reports that it will be another record year for new homes in Texas, with Houston leading the charge. The report also states that Houston marked 1,478 new home sales in October, 16 sales higher than the month earlier.

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