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Interior Design

9 Ways to Turn a Dallas High-Rise Into a Home

Find inspiration in rooms from past D Home issues.
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9 Ways to Turn a Dallas High-Rise Into a Home

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Thinking about going up? Don’t even consider pressing that elevator button before you check out some of our favorite high-rise projects from issues past. Our D Home editors have compiled a few stellar examples of  luxurious, well-designed multifamily residences. But these collections aren’t just fun to look at: We also deliver space-planning and aesthetic-minded tips should you be flirting with the idea of a vertical move. Whether your style is traditional or modern, eclectic or ultrafeminine, there’s no reason you can’t make a high rise your home. And if you do it right, your chic interiors might just rival the views that made you choose the place to begin with.

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