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Posted By Anonymous on 2017 Aug 23 - 10:36am

As fans of the written word, we are sad and discouraged by the gradual disappearance of the bookstore, but we remain encouraged and delighted at the popularity of the bookshelf. And while our journalistic minds are easily wooed by any shelf that’s floor-to-ceiling books — the more...

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 Anonymous on 2017 Aug 23 - 9:29am

We’ve all been there — shopping for new sheets as part of a much-needed bedroom makeover. My husband and I were in the midst of a renovation when we realized we had never given much thought to the quality of our bedding before. While shopping, no one could tell us where the sheets came...

Posted By Anonymous on 2017 Aug 23 - 9:18am

When Houstonian lifestyle expert Caroline Harper Knapp headed to Dallas to host The Art of La Soirée and celebrate margaritas (what else?) with Cointreau, we knew we had to snag a few tips from the home maven. “Like Cointreau, I believe that there is an art to entertaining with...

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 Kendall Louis on 2017 Jun 5 - 10:55am

When Americado opened in March at the corner of Eighth Avenue and Berry Street, most people’s mouths were watering at the mention of chilangos, ceviche and agua fresca, but we were drooling over concrete tile, geometric patterns and midcentury modern stools. That’s because Dallas-based...

Posted By Kendall Louis on 2017 Jun 5 - 10:19am

The Kimbell Art Museum’s exhibit honoring its own architect, Louis Kahn: The Power of Architecture, wraps up at the end of this month. Considered one of the great builders of the 20th century, Kahn is also the genius behind the Salk Institute in La Jolla, California, and the National Assembly...

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