industry insider | Sep 28, 2017 |
Marian Jamieson debuts in Dallas showroom

Marian Jamieson Furniture & Lighting is going to have a busy fall. Jamieson, a protégé of Edwin Schlossberg and Sally Sirkin Lewis, has worked with clients like Barbara Barry, The Beverly Hills Hotel, The Carlyle Hotel, Drake/Anderson, Four Seasons hotels around the world, Jumby Bay Island, Nordstrom, Thierry Despont and Yabu Pushelberg. Next month in Dallas, she will debut a to-the-trade showroom at EC Dicken in the historic Dallas Design District.

Inside the EC Dicken showroom
Marian Jamiseson’s pieces in the E.C. Dicken showroom

“We are so pleased to be joining E.C. Dicken,” says Jamieson. “I’ve always admired the showroom, and when Chris Dicken and I met, we just really hit it off. I can’t think of a better place to be within the Dallas market and look forward to growing our business and relationship with Chris and the E.C. Dicken team.”

“Marnie’s designs are just a perfect addition to our showroom,” says Dicken, third-generation owner of E.C. Dicken. “The high-quality and meticulous artisanship of the Marian Jamieson collection is right in keeping with what our customers are looking for, so we are thrilled to now be carrying the line.”

Jamieson will also be launching a new collection during the PDC and D&D Fall Markets, including a group of chandeliers with detailed string shades. All of the firm’s pieces are created in its studio, a former machine shop in Sierra Madre, east of downtown L.A.

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