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Catherine Wendlandt

Catherine Wendlandt

Online Associate Editor, D Magazine

Catherine Wendlandt is the online associate editor for D Magazine’s Living and Home and Garden blogs, where she covers all things home, beauty, wellness, and lifestyle. She was born and raised in Austin and did a stint working as an editor in Houston. With Dallas, she’s on her third Texas city—but don’t ask her which one is the best. Got a story idea? Email her at [email protected].

Stories by Catherine Wendlandt

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Home Tours

See Some of Charles Dilbeck’s Best Architecture on This “Four Sisters” Tour May 18

Dedicated to preserving the famed local architect’s work, the Dilbeck Conservancy is showcasing four University Park homes in its first-ever public event.
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Shopping & Fashion

‘That’s a Big Ass Candle’

Chloe and Trent Mervine want their ginormous candle to be the only one you need this year.
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Hot Properties

Hot Property: A Quintessential Historic Hollywood-Santa Monica Tudor 

Get a taste of the East Dallas neighborhood, which is celebrating its centennial this weekend.
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Home Tours

Hollywood Heights-Santa Monica is Keeping it 100

The neighborhood celebrates its centennial with a home tour and gala that look back to its early days.
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Stories by Catherine Wendlandt

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Home Tours

Don’t Miss These East Dallas Home Tours This Spring 

Both the White Rock Home Tour and Swiss Avenue home tours are back this April and May.
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Home & Garden

Neighborhood Watch: Greenland Hills Spotlight

A look at the Dallas real estate market by neighborhood.
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Shopping & Fashion

Where to Buy Vintage in Dallas

Whether designer consignment or thrift-store finds are your bag, here are eight top shops with enduring style.
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Hot Properties

Hot Property: This Preston Hollow Modern Has Limestone as Old as Dinosaurs

Designed by Todd Hamilton, the mansion features lots of organic elements, including a shell stone only found in Texas.
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Hot Properties

Hot Property: A Mid-Century Modern That Even the New York Times Had to Notice

Architect John Barthel designed the unconventional property near Lake Highlands as his personal home back in the 1950s.
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