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Modern-Day Hacienda

As the honorary consul to Spain, Janet Kafka’s job is to promote all things Spanish. It’s also her passion. Peek inside Janet and Terry Kafka’s Spanish-influenced, white stucco retreat. Plus: A fabulous dinner party at home.
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Best Lists

The Best of Everything 2008

From chairs to chic hotels to vintage plumbing fixtures, our annual list of what makes Dallas stylish and well-designed keeps getting better.
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Dallas Couple Makes Cautious Updates to Historically Significant Home

Original blueprints in hand, Mark and Kelly Bunting made sensitive updates to their 1920s-era Hal Thomson-designed house, transforming it for modern life.
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A Rainy Day at My Dream House Redo

“Gravity” is a word with mulltiple meanings. There’s “gravity,” as in the nature of falling objects. And then there’s “gravity,” meaning magnitude. Amanda Tackett has become well-aquainted with both.
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Food and Drink

Chef’s Corner: Shannon Swindle

Craft pastry chef Shannon Swindle’s desserts are notable for their all-natural fruit sweeteners and vine-ripened berries.
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Home & Garden

Colorful Finds

Bring some summer color to your home with these beautiful finds.
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Home & Garden

Heavy Metal

Traditional items get a modern (and unexpected) facelift.
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Home & Garden

La Vie En Rose

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Home Decor is all About One-of-a-Kind, Artist-Made Crafts

Honesty is always the best policy, and that goes for the latest design trend: one-of-a-kind, artist-made home accesssories.
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Home & Garden

Richard Larson: One of the Top Quilters in the Country

Quilting has long been considered women’s work. No so anymore. Richard Larson, a former ball gown designer with a penchant for bling, is one of the top quilters in the country, and he lives in Plano.
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