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Introducing new local rug brand Domada, named for the Spanish word for ďdomesticated."
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HOUSTON †|† Dec 12, 2019 Local fashion, cuisine, culture, beauty and tidbits.
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Introducing new local rug brand Domada, named for the Spanish word for ďdomesticated."

Throughout all your apartment-renting years you were dying for hardwood floors. Now that you've got 'em, all you want is the perfect rug to lay over them.

Meet Domada, the insanely brilliant local concept from Katherine Stevens, who hand-cuts antique rugs into cowhide shapes. After quietly launching her biz during Round Top's antiques weeks, she garnered buzz in an Architectural Digest round-up for her modern-day, Southern-sensability take on rugs she finds throughout Morocco, India and Europe. Have an heirloom? She'll cut it for you. And if traditional Turkish isn't your thing, check out her selection of monochromatic and contemporary "hides" instead. With excess rug cuttings, she makes throw pillows that are just as eye-catching.

Carpet diem.

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Toast to the season at a Houston legend. 

The Annie Café & Bar is decadently-decorated and open on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day. Make your reservation for a festive meal at the revamped, iconic restaurant on Post Oak Blvd. 

Then, ring in 2020 with dinner and dancing. You're invited on New Year’s Eve for an evening of delicious food, specialty cocktails, 2020 swag and live music by the Richard Brown Band, an 8-piece playing all your favorite dance tunes from Frank Sinatra to Bruno Mars. There's no ticket fee or prix-fixe menu, and you can order off the regular dinner menu along with a few specials. Reservations required—call the restaurant or make yours here.  

The latest concept from Houston restaurateur Benjamin Berg, the revamped, iconic restaurant (formerly Café Annie) offers a fresh take on Texas-influenced American cuisine by award-winning Executive Chef Robert Del Grande.

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