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HAYNSWORTH FRAMES OPENS IN HIGHLAND PARK VILLAGE

Dallas, TX-Holt Haynsworth, owner of the renowned Haynsworth Photography studio, has opened Haynsworth Frames at 74 Highland Park Village. Located next to Bistro 31 and Hadleigh’s, the shop features an assortment of high-end designer frames from Weingeroff, Thorson Hoosier and The Julia Knight Collection, to name a few.

Weingeroff, inspired by trends from designer runway collections and classical motifs, custom makes unique frames with hand-lacquered finishes, which include animal prints, indigo peacock feathers and romantic ribbons. The collection reflects a modern point of view that works with every décor.

Inspired by their California roots, Tim Hoosier and Brian Thorson design stunning frames that reflect Hollywood Glamour interpreted with a modernist aesthetic. Each frame is composed on a jeweler’s quality metal base with hand enameled finishing. The frames are made in the United States using imported Austrian Swarovski elements. Hollywood’s elite including Madonna, Elizabeth Taylor, Heidi Klum and Jennifer Lopez have sought works by Thorson Hosier. Both the Weingeroff and Thorson Hoosier collections are manufactured in the same factory as the Jay Strongwater Collection.

The Julia Knight Collection is hand made of aluminum using the ancient art of sand-casting. Each piece is hand-painted with their trademark blend of enamel infused with crushed Mother of Pearl.

The price range is $100 to $3,000 for the top-of-the-line custom frames. The average price range is $100 to $200. With the purchase of a frame at Haynsworth Frames, clients will receive a complimentary sitting (a $150 value) and a portrait in the size of the frame that was purchased. Store hours are 12:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. Monday through Saturday and Sunday by appointment. For more information, please call 214.559.3730.