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D Home September-October 2002

Home & Garden

Buyer Beware: Markups On Antiques

British dealers are buying English antiques here in the United States and selling them again over there—at one heck of a markup.
By Michael Renshaw

Christine Allison On D Home’s Win For Best City Magazine In Its Class

D Home has been named the best city magazine in its class by the City and Regional Magazine Association.

Deep Seated

We sat down with PaperCity editor Rob Brinkley to discuss his thing for chairs.
By D Magazine

Defending The Big House

Dallas’ rich have built a remarkable number of architecturally significant homes. Does it matter that they’re the size of a small airport?
By Mary Candace Evans

New But Not Nouveau

A couple with a love of tradition and older homes built “new”— and created one of the prettiest houses in Dallas.

By Mary Gatlin

Night Light

These days, home is where the hearth is, and nothing says “welcome” like a warm, inviting
outdoor fireplace.

By Mary Brown Malouf


Lost and found.
By D Magazine

Rating The Specialty Grocers

With Central Market, Whole Foods, and other specialty grocers vying for your attention (and money), shopping for zucchini may never be the same again. We rate the best and pass the savings on to you.
By Todd Johnson

Shopping Canton

Mike Thompson of Sticks & Stones and Brooke Crew of Rue No. 1 show us how it’s done in Canton.

By Janet Rosell

Southfork Revisited

Catching up with J.R., Miss Ellie, and the world’s most famous ranch.
By Peggy Healy Parker
Home & Garden

The 2002 International Contemporary Furniture Fair

Highlights from the International Contemporary Furniture Fair in New York.
By Virginia Bauer

The Ultimate Foodie Quiz

Whether you’re mad for matsutake mushrooms or crazy over crespelles, our test will separate the true epicures from the rest.
By Nancy Nichols