Beautiful

Posted By Kendall Louis on 2017 Aug 23 - 10:46am

Southlake native Lacey Land was still studying at Savannah College of Art and Design when she landed the job as full-time photographer at Loloi Rugs. The Dallas-based wholesale textile producer sells its rugs through Wayfair, Pier 1, Rugs USA and The Home Depot among others — and works with...

Posted By Kendall Louis on 2017 Aug 23 - 10:16am

I step into the Seitz Design office, and the first one to greet me is Faith, the six-month-old resident rescue dog. She follows us around as we check out the space, and I quickly learn she’s the canine version of the design – black, white, elegant, playful and, as part Border Collie/...

Posted By Kendall Louis on 2017 Aug 23 - 9:58am

Winston Ley and Nelson Beville have one of those rare formal living rooms that actually gets used, thanks to the layout of their traditional Tanglewood home. “I love that our house doesn’t have any oversized, open-concept rooms,” Nelson says. He adds that it forces people out of...

Posted By Anonymous on 2017 Aug 23 - 9:36am

I’m always happy the minute I walk through the door.” That’s what Dallas artist Carly Allen-Martin says about her enviable backyard art studio. That’s important when you’re known for creating cheerful art. Featured in the September issue of Fort Worth Magazine, the TCU...

Posted By Jocelyn Tatum on 2017 Aug 22 - 4:41pm

When two native Texans decided to venture back home to Fort Worth after nearly 10 years in a 600-square-foot apartment in Manhattan, they had a ton of choices to make. Which neighborhood would they live in? Would they build or remodel? And how do they decide which tile, stain and fabric they should...

Posted By Anonymous on 2017 Aug 22 - 3:19pm

Bryan Braswell has built his home seven times. He’s echoed a near-exact replica of his family’s spacious, single-story floor plan enough times to know it’s a good one. “We found we entertain more than we ever have,” says Braswell, owner of his namesake company,...

Posted By Shilo Urban on 2017 Aug 21 - 4:10pm

Fall Gallery Night: Sat., Sept. 9 Noon-9 p.m. (at most venues) The Fort Worth Art Dealers Association launched Gallery Night in 1978, and it has since grown to be a popular, much-anticipated biannual event held in the spring and fall. The free event allows art lovers, novices and experts to...

Posted By Anonymous on 2017 Aug 18 - 9:00am

By: Sarah Jane Grisham World-class museums just minutes from one another, a robust performing arts scene, and roots in Fort Worth’s history make the Cultural District unlike anyplace else in the city. Centrally located just minutes from downtown, the city’s cultural hub has an...

Posted By Kendall Louis on 2017 Jul 19 - 2:10pm

Fort Worth-based Tribe Alive will launch its second apparel collection this September, featuring sustainably sourced cotton handwoven on foot and backstrap looms in Guatemala. While the collection stays true to Tribe Alive’s less-is-more aesthetic, it plays with color and weaves retro looks...

Posted By Kyle Whitecotton on 2017 Jul 19 - 1:41pm

Fixed between the Rocky Mountains to the west and the Appalachians to the east, Arkansas’ Ozark Mountain region is an often-overlooked part of the country where natural beauty, outdoor adventure and quaint mountain towns quenched in Southern charm flourish together in a densely forested...

Pages

71 - 80 of 406 results