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Posted By FWTXmag Productions on 2018 Feb 19 - 2:34pm

The store, named Caitlin Wilson Design Shop, is stocked with Wilson’s colorful textile designs, whimsical wallpapers and antique-inspired rugs. It’s Wilson’s second bricks-and-mortar location — the first opened in her hometown of San Francisco. The interior designer launched...

Posted By Amber Bell on 2018 Feb 19 - 2:29pm

Rosie Case’s creative procurement game is strong. Call it a talent for unearthing hidden gems or a passion for newly found things; there’s no denying the New Jersey native has an originative propensity for filling her home with the desires of her heart. Old, eclectic, impulsive, vintage...

Posted By FWTXmag Productions on 2018 Feb 19 - 2:08pm

In a perfect twist of irony, coffee tables have become home to more coffee table books than actual coffee. We asked a few tastemakers in the Fort Worth design world, “What’s on your coffee table?” in a totally selfish and nosy effort to catch a glimpse inside their homes...

Posted By Jocelyn Tatum on 2018 Feb 19 - 12:16pm

There are more than 70 lanes of bicycle and horseback riding trails that allow locals to access the entire city along the Trinity River. But, what happens when locals want to veer off the well-paved path and take in the outdoors outside of the invisible walls of the city? I did just that my...

Posted By Kyle Whitecotton on 2018 Feb 19 - 11:16am

Iconic long-distance hikes like the Appalachian Trail to the east and the Pacific Crest Trail to the west have always evoked a sense of adventure in those who favor the thrill of a never-ending footpath. The Appalachian Trail, covering more than 2,180 miles across 14 states from Georgia to Maine,...

Posted By Kyle Whitecotton on 2018 Jan 24 - 10:43am

While most vacations aim to provide a relaxing getaway full of beautiful sites, mouthwatering meals and adventures that temporarily suspend reality, we more often than not arrive home afterward feeling drained and ill-prepared to resume life’s busy routine. Aside from a few photographs and an...

Posted By FW Mag Staff on 2018 Jan 16 - 4:23pm

Just ask Alan Mederos, the general contractor and owner of the eye-catching, short-term rental property on University Drive, just past West Seventh. It’s made of four of them. “It took about a year and a half to build — which is way too long,” Mederos said. “There are...

Posted By Kendall Louis on 2018 Jan 16 - 4:19pm

The intricate mahogany and gold French Bombay chest in the foyer of Samantha Stewart’s home is one of those antique statement pieces that makes a space, well, really fancy. But the reality of Sam’s world is revealed in the function of her entryway. “The kids actually use it as an...

Posted By FW Mag Staff on 2018 Jan 16 - 3:42pm

At least twice a year, designers and treasure hunters flock to the fields of Round Top, Texas, for The Original Round Top Antiques Fair. Usually the fruits of that labor land directly in well-designed homes, escaping the eye and the purchasing power of us hyper-curious onlookers. Enter Katie...

Posted By FW Mag Staff on 2018 Jan 16 - 3:24pm

It’s the color of extremes, the color of passion and the color feng shui experts recommend painting your front door to invite prosperity. But we don’t all have the white-brick-laden homes that call for such a bold front-door hue. Luckily, there are plenty of other ways to get the color...

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