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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...

Posted By Anonymous on 2019 Mar 5 - 11:28am

Designed by local firm Ibanez Shaw Architecture, the building’s façade incorporates ultra-modern and brutalist elements that make the building stand out from the city’s tendency toward classical and art deco designs. Lying between the Arlington Heights neighborhood and the...

Posted By FWTXmag Productions on 2018 Dec 11 - 1:47pm

Cherry Collins
Twin sisters Bria and Tatiana Downey — executive chef and bartender, respectively, at Fort Worth restaurant Clay Pigeon — grew up spending the holidays exactly how you’d think they would: in the kitchen. Cooking. For hours. Not much has changed since. This holiday, the...

Posted By FWTXmag Productions on 2018 Dec 11 - 1:38pm

Plants
We’re not going to begin this column with a cliché line about winter coming, ’cause, you know what, it’s already here. The time to bring out those musty-smelling warm clothes and turn that heater on is upon us, and homeowners should also be paying particular attention...

Posted By Samantha Calimbahin on 2018 Dec 11 - 1:29pm

Reception Room
The salon industry is a messy business. According to salon product company Simply Organic Beauty, salons in North America produce 421,206 pounds of waste — equal to about 150 million pounds of trash. So, when the founders of Novak Hair Studios, Justin Hudgins and Benjamin Novak Hudgins,...

Posted By Brian Kendall on 2018 Dec 11 - 1:04pm

Book Spines
The leather spines, weathered paper that shows signs of water damage, and soupçon of vanilla scent that tickles the nostrils make vintage books a unique addition to a home’s décor. While they pack knowledge when opened, vintage books also pack an air of sophistication when...

Posted By Brian Kendall on 2018 Dec 11 - 12:55pm

Speckled Pottery Bowls
Though likely unintentional, Kendall Davis has become somewhat of a Fort Worth attraction. Peering through the windows of storefronts on the revamped Magnolia Avenue, passersby are likely to come across a bespectacled, short-haired lady expertly shaping cups and bowls on a pottery wheel. While...

Posted By Shilo Urban on 2018 Dec 11 - 12:23pm

Cathers Home
Aspen’s heady vibe is an idiosyncratic fusion of Wild West cowboy soul, Hollywood glitz and quaint European charm — all backed by mind-blowing mountain scenery. There are piles of fresh snow and even more money. Once a haven for hippies like Hunter S. Thompson, Aspen is now the hot-...

Posted By FWTXmag Productions on 2018 Dec 11 - 11:57am

Cosmic Desert Wallpaper
Brooding yet appealing at the same time, as its name suggests, Night Watch — named PPG’s color of the year — evokes a dark mystery from which you can’t turn away. This moody shade of green makes for a killer accent wall but also plays well with others. Pair it with a blush...

Posted By FWTXmag Productions on 2018 Dec 6 - 3:45pm

Christmas Tree Ornament Clip
We’ve come a long way since the days of ornaments made from stenciled glass and pipe cleaners. As any connoisseur of holiday cheer would tell you, a Christmas tree requires far more than glittering lights and nicely wrapped presents, and there’s no longer an excuse for not having a...

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