Leslie Pritchard is the owner of the hip Dallas-based vintage shop Again & Again. She is essentially a furniture artist, and leaves a distinct signature on her traditional pieces, giving them a modern, au courant feel. “I don’t want what someone else has chosen for me,” declares Pritchard. “I want to find something and put a personal spin on it, whether it’s my own or someone else’s.”
LX: Who’s inspiring you right now?
LP: Kelly Wearstler, Miles Redd, Ruthie Sommers, Celerie Kemble, David Hicks and Dorothy Draper.
LX: Favorite local design shops:
LP: V.O.D., Forty Five Ten and Nicole Kwon.
LX: How do you kick back and relax?
LP: Dinner with friends. My standard spots are Salum and Parigi, but my new favorites are Boulevardier and Driftwood.
LX: Describe your home.
LP: Chic and sophisticated with a touch of glam, but very warm. It says, “I’m glad you’re here. Welcome.”
LX: Most impressive piece:
LP: It started out as the ugliest sofa on the planet! We cut it down, turned it into a loveseat and re-padded it to give it a new presence. Then we upholstered it in lilac linen and added a down cushion. It was unrecognizable.