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What’s New and Now This Spring in Dallas Home Design

D Home Editorial Director Jamie Laubhan-Oliver shares everything’s she excited about this season.
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“Goddard” swivel chair from Studio Van Den Akker. Jamie Laubhan-Oliver
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What’s New and Now This Spring in Dallas Home Design

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Welcome to spring. I’m not just speaking on behalf of Mother Nature, though the weather is practically perfect as I write this. I’m also speaking on behalf of your D Home staff, who wishes to welcome you to the first installment of our new seasonal format. Safe to say, we can all benefit from occasional refreshes as we mature, and with this publication turning 24, it was time for a facelift. (They start younger and younger, don’t they?) 

In keeping with our now-quarterly cadence, our print content will have a seasonal lean, starting with a timely checklist of to-dos to tackle around the house. Our front-of-book section has been renamed L.A.B.L., short for Live a Beautiful Life, and it contains an abundance of content aimed at helping you do just that. You’ll find everything from recipes best enjoyed outdoors to tips for establishing a bountiful garden, plus the pieces and products our editors can’t get enough of right now. 

What hasn’t changed is our love for this city and the people and houses that make it such a remarkable place to live. We will continue to champion our local talent, celebrate inspiring spaces, and help you create a life you love at home. 

Scroll through the gallery to see where I’ve been, what I’ve seen, and the things I’m excited about this spring.

A few more of my favorite things

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Elizabeth Lavin

Hand wash, Bowie House, Ash Spa, $35

“I’m obsessed with this fresh-smelling hand soap from Bowie House. It gives me a good excuse to lather up!”

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Hand Trowel, Nicholson-Hardie, $35

“Gardening can change my mood in about five seconds flat.” 

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D.S. & Durga “Pasta water” Candle, The Conservatory, $70

“Inspired by my favorite entree base, this candle is currently burning in my house.”

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