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EVERYWHERE—Modern furnishings brand DwellStudio has teamed with Robert Allen on a new line of textiles for fall. Modern Color Theory, as the collection is called, includes "unique prints and standout wovens" and "infuses midcentury modern design with global craft." [CurbedWire Inbox]

LOS ANGELESThe Hollywood Reporter is gearing up to open its first-ever showhouse, which will coincide with the launch of what will become its annual Home Issue. Big-name designers such as Waldo Fernandez, Trip Haenisch, and Kathryn Ireland have been tapped to glitz up two units on the 20th floor of the Robert A.M. Stern-designed Century tower, the very same building where socialite Candy Spelling bought a $35M condo two years ago. According to the release, "Each room in the residence will let the visitor imagine they are stepping into the private space of a quintessential Hollywood icon such as an ingénue, screenwriter, high-powered director or A-list actor." Stay tuned for photos later this month. [CurbedWire Inbox]

EVERYWHERE—By 2016, Ikea will only sell LED lighting. The move reflects the Swedish furnishings brand's "commitment to a more sustainable business." Meanwhile, plans to Photoshop normal, energy-guzzling lights out of their catalogs are already in the works. [CurbedWire Inbox; previously]