| 17 years ago A Dallas couple blows out a dated Turtle Creek condominium and adds light and a new mantra: keep it simple.
| 17 years ago The prognosticators say that, after a decade of nesting, people are fleeing their homes to make contact with the outside world. Here in Dallas, we invite the outside world into our homes.
| 17 years ago A home and garden editor finally learns the difference between â€œhouseâ€ and â€œhome.â€
| 17 years ago Jamie Huizenga of Cebolla Fine Flowers shares a few tricks of the trade for creating beautiful arrangements at home.
| 17 years ago We asked several homeowners and pros for tips on coping while the heart of the home, the kitchen, is in an uproar.
| 17 years ago A peek inside the intimate dinner parties hosted by Dallas philanthropists and socialites to benefit the East Dallas Community School.
| 17 years ago A recap of the best and worst of New York’s annual Kips Bay Decorator Show House.
| 17 years ago Blue Mesa’s Liz Baron shares simple recipes for light and tropical summer party fare.
| 17 years ago The latest news on the Dallas real estate market, including recent shake-ups and breakups in the major firms.
| 17 years ago Go inside the Dallas home and design scene, with gossip, products, personalities, shopping advice, and more.
| 17 years ago A handy primer on your kitchen and bath remodeling options, the best sources in Dallas, and a wealth of advice and tips from the experts, including the hottest looks in design.
| 17 years ago Here’s the perfect girlfriend party: yoga, facials, massages, guilt-free food, and a chance to catch up.
| 17 years ago Dallas architect Wilson Fuqua transforms a misfit house into a family manse more in keeping with its Old Highland Park neighborhood.