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Taylor Lopez is a native Floridian, temporary Texan and current Chicagoan. She is a 2010 graduate of Southern Methodist University with a degree in International Studies and minors in Spanish and Art History.

After spending a semester in Madrid, Spain, Taylor set a goal of combining her education with her passions of design and travel and one day working abroad as an interior designer. She is currently pursuing her Masters degree in Interior Design at Harrington College of Design in Chicago. She is building up her commercial and residential design business, Taylormade Interiors, Inc. and dabbling in event design.

In her free time, she enjoys painting, antiquing, volunteering, biking with her boyfriend and dog, and capturing Chicago on film with her vintage camera. She adores cowboys, classic Mustangs, Hemingway novels and Paul Newman.

Kyle Bunting: Innovative Textile Designer

Kyle Bunting is a textile designer from Austin, Texas who seeks to redefine how hide can be used in interiors. With over ten years of experience, this innovative designer uses hide in ways that have never been done before. Recently featured at the Maison de Luxe Show House in Beverly Hills, Kyle’s products include rugs, art, wall coverings and furniture, all of which can be specified in any design, color and size.

Photo Credit: kylebunting.com

Bunting and his team work out of their studio in the beautiful Texas Hill Country, the landscape of which provides them with endless inspiration. What makes his work interesting is the use of a somewhat traditional medium mixed with contemporary designs and colors. His furniture employs classic shapes with original patterns. Everything in his portfolio has incredible texture. Bunting is changing the way people think of hide, and these designs speak to the versatility of the medium when they’re used with a little creativity. With Bunting’s touch, this combination clearly has unlimited potential.

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