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Posted By FW Mag Staff on 2019 Mar 5 - 5:13pm

by Mariana Rivas As restaurants go strawless, cars go electric and grocery stores go plastic bagless, home interiors aren’t lagging far behind. Products made from recycled wood, glass and metal are hitting some of the most popular furniture stores, proving you don’t have to sacrifice...

Posted By Jenny B. Davis on 2019 Mar 5 - 4:39pm

Just mention New Orleans, and a distinctive style comes to mind: antebellum architecture, decorative ironwork, crumbling above-ground cemeteries and iconic black-and-white street signs. While hallmarks of the city’s French, Spanish and Caribbean heritage infuse the very essence of the city,...

Posted By Brian Kendall on 2019 Mar 5 - 4:29pm

A carefully curated and immaculate home that’s housing two families and seven children sounds like a finicky interior designer’s worst nightmare. Thankfully, one could hardly apply that adjective to either Heather Fujikawa or Heidi Andrews, twin sisters and stars of UPtv’s “...

Posted By Samantha Calimbahin on 2019 Mar 5 - 4:23pm

A full neighborhood once lined Bryan Avenue in the Near Southside, of which just two houses are left standing today. One of those houses, built in 1925, was condemned for demolition — with a shaky foundation and disconnected framing, the structure was in such bad shape that the owner sought...

Posted By FW Mag Staff on 2019 Mar 5 - 3:42pm

by Rachael Lindley Unlike the blush and bashful of “Steel Magnolias” yesteryear, today’s blush trend is an unexpected neutral. Think more sophisticated and less sweet. While blush is a more feminine color, it can add a brighter touch to darker shades such as navy or black and...

Posted By Amber Bell on 2019 Mar 5 - 3:28pm

photography by Olaf Growald

When Fort Worth native Ashlee Johnson began house hunting in Aledo for a home closer to her partner, Chuck Mooney, and her family, she had no idea of the life-altering journey that awaited. Just four months after she and her children — Campbell, 16, and Claudia, 14 — moved into their...

Posted By Brian Kendall on 2019 Mar 5 - 3:09pm

Unsurprisingly, the theme of this year’s show is the color blue and will feature the hue in textiles, furniture, jewelry, lighting, art, fashion and more. While blue is often associated with sadness, according to Dulux Paints, 42 percent of men and 30 percent of women prefer the color blue to...

Posted By Brian Kendall on 2019 Mar 5 - 2:52pm

Repurposing lends itself to innovation. And few things lend themselves to being the products of repurposed objects more than bookshelves. Their simple, utilitarian function in a space — a shelf and an end — makes way for infinite possibilities. They’re the chameleon of any living...

Posted By Anonymous on 2019 Mar 5 - 11:43am

The chef proprietor at Fort Worth culinary studio Meyer & Sage, whose aesthetically pleasing charcuterie, cheese and fruit trays look as good as they taste. One thing that separates her boards from the others — fresh flowers. There’s an art to that as well. Here, Salls shares a few...

Posted By Anonymous on 2019 Mar 5 - 11:37am

  “It has to tell me what it needs,” McGaha says. At first glance, one might think her living room told McGaha it needed variety, considering its mixture of textures, tones and shades of blue. It can seem like a random hodgepodge of decorative items and furnishings accumulated...

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