Dallas Designers Talk How Doors Can Reframe Your Space
No matter how you tackle them, upgraded doors and cabinet fronts bring instant interest to a room.
Expert: Five Ways DFW Can Nurture the Biotech Boom
DFW is on its way to being a biotech hub, but lab space, convertible real estate, and synergy with local institutions could be improved.
By Isabel Mandujano
Incorporating Human Connections Into Urban Planning and Placemaking
All of us can help shift zoning ordinances and incentives away from single-use, auto-dependent, inward-focused development so we can embrace the richness that is part of living a full life in communion with others.
By Dan Noble
Designer Jean Liu’s 2023 Home Trend Predictions
Dallas home designers tell us the trends they’re betting big on for the new year.
Sloan Milton’s Maximalist Holiday Decor is Family-Focused
Milton's Christmas decorations include lots of color and plenty of disco balls.
By Emma McRae
Inside Tiffany Woodson’s Earthy, Memory-Making Holiday Decor
The interior designer’s Christmas decorations are inspired by her Italian heritage and Californian childhood.
By Sarah Bennett
Real Housewives’ Kameron Westcott’s Christmas Decor Is As Pink As You’d Imagine
The reality star's rose-tinted holiday decorations include a tree trimmed in Barbies and Birkins.
Home & Garden
Sit Back and Relax in This ‘Pretty in Pink’ Backyard
Architectural designer Patrick Craine takes a page out of his own design book to create a backyard space for his Oak Cliff home—a previous Most Charming winner—that’s just as appealing as the front.
Zara Taitt Fell in Love with Design … Through Cars
We chatted with Jan Showers' senior interior designer and executive of operations about all her favorite things.
D Living Last Month: How to Elevate Your Personal Style
A roundup of everything we covered on the Living and lifestyle page in June, from robot manicures to picking your poolside ’fit.