| 17 years ago Ceylon et Cie, which moved from its former space on Market Street into a massive new 10,000-square foot space on Dragon street, is less like a store and more like great cinematography. Or better yet, theater.
| 17 years ago Newly renovated Pump House hosts one of Dallas’ chicest parties.
| 17 years ago A favorite garden among locals, plus suggestions for your own yard.
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| 17 years ago From parties to awards to partings - our report on the latest happenings in the Dallas design industry.
| 17 years ago "Antiques Roadshow" appraiser Gerald Tomlin advises on what to look for when selecting antiques and how to spot a fake.
| 17 years ago Julio Quinones, one of Dallas’ hottest new decorators, used his treasuring-hunting skills to furnish his duplex with incredible finds from the most unlikely places.
| 17 years ago Readers request their favorite recipes from the best local restaurants.
| 17 years ago Peggy Healy Parker discusses the trend of including antiques in your investment portfolio: getting started, best bets, and advice from the experts.
| 17 years ago What to plant, what to prune, and what’s in bloom now in Dallas gardens.
| 17 years ago Fort Worth may be Cowtown, but art patronage is as much its heritage as cattle. Photographer Tim Kolk captured a Westover Hills house so laden with art that even the garage has been corralled to house limited edition works on paper.
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