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Modern Boutique Blue Print Collection Extends Beyond Dallas

Modern Boutique Blue Print Collection Extends Beyond Dallas

February 14, 2020 by

Jane Humphrey Jane Humphrey

The chicest purveyors of home decor, Blue Print has been lauded as the ultimate shopping destination for designers and art enthusiasts alike for the past 10 years. Now, the Dallas-based company has expanded its horizons and made its debut into the world of luxury furnishings. The new venture, Blue Print Collection, was launched this past fall at High Point Market in North Carolina touting timeless style, meticulous attention to detail and sophisticated finishings. Naturally, the furniture collection is a stylish mix of traditional and modern—reflecting the aesthetic of the five owners themselves. Cynthia Collins, Caroline Eastman, Leslie Jenkins, Carrie Jane Pogoloff and Lucy Ward founded the flagship boutique on Fairmount Street back in 2010 and have been blazing their successful trail since day one. Starting as a single brick-and-mortar nestled in the heart of Uptown, the brand has since opened a contemporary art gallery as well as a to-the-trade location in the Dallas Design District. The idea for Blue Print Collection was sparked after years of filling constant requests to create custom pieces for their loyal clientele. It was time to take action and, to no surprise, the new line is true-blue—just like the company itself. 1516 Edison St., blueprint-collection.com













Modern Boutique Blue Print Collection Extends Beyond Dallas

February 14, 2020 by Jane Humphrey

The chicest purveyors of home decor, Blue Print has been lauded as the ultimate shopping destination for designers and art enthusiasts alike for the past 10 years. Now, the Dallas-based company has expanded its horizons and made its debut into the world of luxury furnishings. The new venture, Blue Print Collection, was launched this past fall at High Point Market in North Carolina touting timeless style, meticulous attention to detail and sophisticated finishings. Naturally, the furniture collection is a stylish mix of traditional and modern—reflecting the aesthetic of the five owners themselves. Cynthia Collins, Caroline Eastman, Leslie Jenkins, Carrie Jane Pogoloff and Lucy Ward founded the flagship boutique on Fairmount Street back in 2010 and have been blazing their successful trail since day one. Starting as a single brick-and-mortar nestled in the heart of Uptown, the brand has since opened a contemporary art gallery as well as a to-the-trade location in the Dallas Design District. The idea for Blue Print Collection was sparked after years of filling constant requests to create custom pieces for their loyal clientele. It was time to take action and, to no surprise, the new line is true-blue—just like the company itself. 1516 Edison St., blueprint-collection.com