Posted By Anonymous on 2015 Jun 17 - 12:27pm
by Scott Nishimura
Much of what goes into dream homes won’t ever be seen by the eventual owner.
Like the plumbing. The 2015 Dream Home, on a corner lot in Southlake’s Carillon planned community being developed by Hines, is the second full Dream Home project for plumber Kenneth Golden of Pro Serve...
Posted By Paul Harral on 2015 May 27 - 9:19am
The 2015 Dream Home in Southlake combines talent, vision and dedication to create an elegant home in an elegant setting.
Dream Homes push builders and contractors to showcase their very best efforts and products to demonstrate what they can do to others in the trade and to the benefit of the eventual owner.
A case in point is the garage door. “The builder wants a really interesting design on these doors that...
Posted By Paul Harral on 2015 Apr 21 - 9:48am
Old-World Mediterranean and contemporary modern come together on a corner signature lot in a high-end development in Southlake.
There are many reasons contractors participate in Fort Worth, Texas Dream Homes. One is that the projects are fun. Another is long-standing friendships with the magazine and its people and with those in other trades. But the one that is common to all is the chance to give back to a community that...
Posted By Amy Horany on 2014 Sep 23 - 1:41pm
Did you get a chance to visit last year's Dream Home? If not, no worries! We are back again with another stunning Dream Home for 2014 to share with you all. This year, Celeste Wegman of CWI Design Group is the designer behind the space and I had the pleasure of interviewing her. She is so...
Posted By Paul Harral on 2014 Aug 19 - 3:40pm
Work on the 2014 Fort Worth, Texas Dream Home is in its final stages with touring in September and October.
September is a busy month in the Dream Home business. A process that started months ago is now in its final stages as the builder and the interior designers prepare the house for its public showing.
The 2014 Dream Home sits on a 16,000-square-foot lot at 4800 Estonia Court in...
Posted By Paul Harral on 2014 Jul 18 - 1:01pm
Companies involved with the 2014 Fort Worth, Texas Dream Home see it as an opportunity to demonstrate their work, make new friends in the construction industry and give back to the community that has made them successful.
If an architect or home designer can draw it, Advanced Architectural Stone can make it, and Troy Schafer says that’s what sets his company apart. “We have artisan producers as well as computer-driven equipment to make what professionals design,” he said.
Posted By Paul Harral on 2014 Jun 16 - 10:35am
Suppliers for the Fort Worth, Texas magazine Dream Home are involved because it is a worthy cause and a great venue to show off their products and their expertise.
Workers were busily setting the roof tile and taping and bedding the sheetrock in May as the 2014 Fort Worth, Texas magazine Dream Home was rapidly taking its final shape.
The home sits on a 16,000-square-foot lot at 4800 Estonia Court in Montserrat, the elegant subdivision off Team...
Posted By Paul Harral on 2014 May 23 - 12:12pm
The products and care that go into Dream Home construction make the house more valuable than the ultimate asking price will indicate.
Dream Homes are interesting because the people designing, building and outfitting them are intent on showing the visitors — and each other — their best work or best product.
The 2014 Fort Worth, Texas magazine Dream Home sits on a 16,000-square-foot lot at 4800...
Posted By Paul Harral on 2013 Jul 2 - 9:58am
Companies involved with the 2013 Dream Home bring experience and history to the project.
Not surprisingly, a specific room in the 2013 Fort Worth, Texas Dream Home was the object of intense focus for partner The Kitchen Source.
“The kitchen is narrow and long with little space for wall cabinets. The challenge is to create enough storage along the wall and under the island,...
Posted By Paul Harral on 2013 May 29 - 11:27am
The 2013 Fort Worth, Texas Dream Home is rapidly taking shape in the charming Monticello neighborhood with a design that will match the historic area.
When people say that the finished product is a reflection of the worker, that’s doubly true of Arthur Moses and his brother, Buddy, who own...