When Julie Gimlett goes antiquing to Round Top with Hallie Henley Sims, it’s not just a fun outing with one of her best friends – it’s a chance to spend the day with the interior designer who has helped transform the family home in Woodland Heights.
As she wanders from room to room, she’s quick to point out the things she’s found in various locations at the spring and fall antique shows: the lucite and brass bar cart in her living room before, the chinoiserie panels in her living room, the pendants hanging above the kitchen island and chairs in the dining room.
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