We introduce to you our first issue of Fort Worth HOME, our quarterly luxury shelter publication that will bring you spaces large and small, experts popular and unknown, and products sourced far and wide.
Home + Design
Since 1970, the family-owned Sunflower Shoppe has been one of Tarrant County’s most-loved natural food and vitamin stores. Visit the shop on the first Tuesday of each month for 20 percent off almost everything.
5817 Curzon Ave.
If you are looking for something special to wear south of the ankle, family-run Stanley Eisenman Fine Shoes is where you should start. David Eisenman started the company in 1950, and his son, Stanley, worked in the warehouse as a teenager. Today Stanley runs the shop, and his wife Barbi oversees the selection of designer handbags and accessories.
You know the saying – “One man’s trash is another man’s treasure.” In this case, it’s owner Val Arnett’s treasure. The stuff you will find Junker Val’s is unique. Antiques. Vintage junk. Jewelry. Owner Val Arnett will also buy your “ugly” and “odd” things, so check here before you throw it away.
3458 Blue Bonnet Circle
Each roof put on by D&G Roof Systems is built with a custom approach. The company installs just about every type of roof, including UL4 Hail Resistant Roofs for all the crazy weather that comes through Fort Worth.
7503 Chapel Ave.
With a founder who holds a business degree from Dallas Baptist University and a co-operator with a biology degree from the University of Arkansas, both fields combine to create a pool service company that focuses on balancing the chemistry of your pool.