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Carla Fonts


A Dallas native and design enthusiast, Carla Fonts prides herself on seeing the beauty in every client’s home. “I want to make your home someplace that brings you joy, someplace you never want to leave”, Carla says when describing her ambitions taking on new projects. Carla pulls inspiration from her Cuban heritage as well as her many summers spent in Miami, Palm Beach and the Caribbean. When Carla founded Dunbar Road Design in 2016, she knew she wanted to bring these influences to Dallas. Her interiors speak for themselves, as they radiate her infectious personality through bright colors, eye catching pieces and gorgeously selected furnishings.

Annie Montagne

Business Operations Manager

Hailing from Michigan, Annie and her husband, Marty, moved to Dallas in 2022 for a new adventure. She met Carla and instantly connected with her and the beautiful brand she created. Annie is a longtime admirer of timeless interiors, and with her innate skills in organization and project management, she is vital to the success of the company's day-to-day function and future growth. Annie started her career as a Development Director, and later served as Director of Admission for one of the Sacred Heart campuses. Throughout Annie's life she has always enjoyed fundraising, planning, and executing special events for local nonprofits in her community. Annie has been fortunate to manage several volunteer boards and their annual events throughout her career, and Dunbar Road could not be luckier to have her.

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Eugenie Gallinghouse


Born in New Orleans and raised in an artistic landscape of beautiful architecture and interiors, Eugenie Gallinghouse has always had an eye for design. Eugenie arrived at Dunbar Road by way of the University of Alabama, where she graduated summa cum laude with a Bachelor of Interior Design. While finishing her studies during her senior year, Eugenie served remotely as a Junior Designer for Rivers Spencer Interiors, a New Orleans-based design influencer and tastemaker, where she supported the conceptual development of new projects and managed the technical execution of approved designs. Before Rivers Spencer Interiors, Eugenie earned a prestigious summer internship in Charlotte, North Carolina, with a highly respected regional, multi-disciplinary firm, LS3P. With a passion for anything that requires creativity and problem solving, Eugenie’s career in interior design is built on a solid foundation of advanced technical skills and a variety of relevant and practical interior design projects.

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Lexi Aitken


Originally from Canada, Lexi moved to Texas to pursue a design degree from TCU in fort worth. While there she had an opportunity to intern for Allison Paladino interior design in palm beach, Lori Dennis INC in Los Angeles and Jessica Mcintyre interiors in fort worth. After graduating from TCU with a bs in interior design and architectural lighting, Lexi moved to Dallas to work in architectural lighting sales at ala. In her role as project manager, she assisted designers, architects and engineering firms with their high-end projects. Lexi’s experience in lighting and her exposure to three vastly different interior design firms gives her a unique point of view. With her extensive knowledge of project management and her passion for design, Lexi is excited to put her creativity and technical skills on display for her clients.

Mackenzie Patten


Raised in a small town in New Hampshire, Mackenzie moved to upstate New York to pursue her design degree at Syracuse University. During her studies at the university, she interned as a designer for a real estate company, where she helped to elevate the design and staging of homes on the market to increase profit margins. After graduating cum laude with a bachelor’s degree in design, Mackenzie saw Dallas as a great place to begin her interiors career. She moved across the country and worked for a small company in Dallas, where she learned the ins and outs of running and managing the business side of interior design. Her passion and knowledge of interior design only grew, and she made her way to Dunbar Road, as she had admired the company greatly for its uniquely eye-catching designs. And she values the opportunity to apply her creativity and design skills to all her clients.

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Caroline Middleton


Born and raised in the Bluegrass of Kentucky, Caroline has always appreciated the richness and beauty of historic homes and their contents. While pursuing a Bachelor of Interior Design at the University of Kentucky, Caroline worked as an intern under Matthew Carter Interiors of Lexington, Kentucky. There, she learned to use collected antiques with fresh, bold colors and patterns to create a high-end but timeless design. She also gained valuable experience
managing projects from Maine to the Bahamas and beyond, from the initial
meeting to the final installation. Caroline moved to Dallas after graduating
after being captivated by Dunbar Road’s work and knew she wanted to be able to design at that level. She is excited to share her experience and learn from the opportunities here.

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