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Camille Styles

Entertaining With :: Elizabeth Mollen

August 14th, 2014

Elizabeth Mollen began developing her eye for design from a young age. Inspired by her grandmother’s success as an artist and antique dealer, Elizabeth knew she was destined to pursue a career in the arts, and eventually, interiors design. Today, Elizabeth has a lot to be excited about: a thriving textile and interior design studio, a baby on the way, and a gorgeous new home in South Austin. As long time fans of Stone Textile, we were thrilled to step into Elizabeth’s home to see her personal style firsthand, and take a sneak peak at her covetable entertaining style. Click through to experience a summer dinner party at the home of one of Austin’s favorite designers, and learn a little bit about what makes her creative heart tick…

photography by chelsea fullerton

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14 Comments under :: Entertaining With :: Elizabeth Mollen
  1. Jennifer Rose Smith says:

    Wow! Loving this home — great light fixture and chairs.

  2. Hostess with the mostest! Such a great feature on such a lovely person- inside and out. xo

  3. I’m loving the anthro colors to give as a party favor. I think guests would be very happy to go home with those!

  4. Elizabeth says:

    Thank you for the feature! We had such a fun time — love how the photos turned out!

  5. Kim West says:

    Whoop whoop! Adorable gals!

  6. Judith says:

    gorgeous home and woman! loved this piece!

  7. Traci says:

    Smoky lentil tacos? Yummm! I want that recipe!

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  9. inagraj says:

    Cards Against Humanity! Oh, one can learn a lot about their friends when playing this game, I love it.

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