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Dwell with Dignity Founder Lisa Robison’s Lake House is Full of Feel-Good Treasures

Inside the Long Cove stunner filled with Thrift Studio finds.
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Dwell with Dignity Founder Lisa Robison’s Lake House is Full of Feel-Good Treasures

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If you’re not currently in the know about Long Cove, a luxurious lakeside community just an hour outside of Dallas, we’ll catch you up. The resort-style development planned by Don McNamara (the same developer behind West Village), is a shore-side place of serenity, where Resident Services will do your grocery runs and boat valets are a thing.

The homes are pretty outstanding as well. We’ve been fortunate enough to virtually glimpse inside a handful before, but we were recently gifted with a much more intimate look into a Long Cove dwelling courtesy of Lisa Robison, founder of Dallas-based Dwell with Dignity, a nonprofit that designs home interiors for families in need of a positive environment. With Robison preparing for her annual Thrift Studio fundraiser (an incredible pop-up featuring donated goods and deep discounts from high-end Dallas designers) on April 5, the philanthropist took us through a tour of her lovely lakeside home, filled with her own Thrift Studio finds and Round Top-sourced treasures.

Head to the slideshow for a virtual tour, and to get a taste of the goods you might find at Thrift Studio next month. If you dig what you see, go ahead and snap up your party tickets (both the general party tickets and limited VIP admission are on sale now) for the design-minded fundraiser.

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