Home + Design
By: Amber Bell
It’s the fourth most populous city in the country with a vibrant international appeal, home to the second largest concentration of Fortune 1000 companies in the U.S., and...
A Fort Worth billionaire buys a Dallas hotel and hires a design firm with a knack for hospitality to renovate the architectural beauty.
How Matt Homan finds time to do it all.
By: FWTXmag Productions
It’s the fourth most populous city in the country with a vibrant international appeal, home to the second largest concentration of Fortune 1000 companies in the U.S., and lays claim to six of Texas’ 20 cultural districts, and, oh yeah, more home décor stores than you can shake a credit card at. Welcome to Houston, y’all.
By: Amber Bell
By: Kendall Louis
Houston and Charlotte Kauffman update a once-weary Westover Hills home into a stunning, contemporary residence filled with unique antiques, curated artworks and spectacular views.
With four kids and three pets (including a bearded dragon), Matt and Katie Stadler’s home is just as colorful as their life is.
By: Shilo Urban
Flann Harris and Tiffany Taylor of Scout design studio.
Renowned hair stylist Charlie Price, of Charlie + Co., teamed up with highly sought-after interior designer Jessica McIntyre for his lofty Fort Worth salon.
By: Jennifer Casseday-Blair
The 2017 Fort Worth HOME Design Awards were a success. Twenty-two finalists and design enthusiasts packed into the new Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams showroom on Dec. 7 inside The Shops at Clearfork for the big reveal of award winners. The evening was filled with a celebration of local talent, wild patterns, passionate projects and expertly designed spaces.
In a quiet Aledo neighborhood, New Jersey transplant Rosie Case seamlessly blends the past with present in a stunning, sculpturally eclectic home.
Converting shipping containers into a living space isn’t an easy task.
By: FW Mag Staff
Samantha Stewart shares her favorite room.
What to Salvage, What to Change.
Finds from The Collected.
Some of our favorite picks for your home in red.
A 1940s house transforms from a home for fire engines
A 1940s house transforms from a home for fire engines to a calming respite packed with jewelry and design.