Home on the Ranch

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Denise was deliberate when it came to developing each pattern and colorway. From the original prints and embroidered accents to the luxe velvets and color schemes, the collection is a thoughtful intersection of where her past meets her present. “There’s a lot of nature and organic inspiration in the collection,” the designer says. With patterns that include blackberries, ferns, vines, and leafy textures, each piece is not only a reflection of Flintlock but also of her Texas upbringing.

Much like where she dwells today, Denise grew up on a ranch in Central Texas, where hospitality, entertaining, and eating well were the cornerstones of her home. After a long day of working outside, everyone was treated to a plated meal on a beautifully set table. Proper table linens were impressed upon Denise by her grandmother, who was a cattle rancher and gardener, as well as the matriarch of the family. “There was always a tablecloth for every season,” says the designer. “And there were always matching or coordinating napkins.”

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