Eric Prokesh is an interior designer whose work has appeared on HGTV, in books and publications including DHome, Southern Accents, House Beautiful, and House and Garden. In January 2005, HG named Eric one of the 50 tastemakers in America and DHome has included him as one of Dallas’ Best Designers for 10 years. Having lived most of his life in Dallas, he now calls Fort Worth home and is one of our experts on beautiful Fort Worth Dirt.
It’s so easy to imagine a lifestyle in this brand new townhouse in the exciting Waterside Addition. The Waterside development, which was carved out of 63 acres formerly owned by Lockheed, has been a thumping success since its launch in 2014. It’s no wonder, considering its choice riverside location with mixed-use retail and residential space, […]Read More
There are echoes of that other Wilshire Boulevard in this charming little villa in Berkley Place. Like the gracious Mediterranean ambiance embellished with palm trees and those lovely blue awnings, which match the window trim color. Head on, the four bedroom, three bath, house built in 1928 looks rather simple and small. However, looked at […]Read More
The West Highland neighborhood will probably leave most readers — even those familiar with Fort Worth — scratching their heads. But one glance from the second-floor balcony will immediately place you in the heart of the cultural district, with sweeping views down West 7th Street punctuated with a stunning view of downtown Fort Worth. Located […]Read More
Park Hill, unfortunately is one of the few neighborhoods where 1920’s era houses fall under the wrecking ball, but it would be difficult to regret the teardown that made 2244 Winton Terrace, a modern stunner by architect Michael Bennet of Bennett Benner Partners. The minimalist composition has the graphic force of a painting by Piet […]Read More
This year’s Candlelight Christmas in Ryan Place, which takes place this weekend, marks a milestone and something of a victory lap for the neighborhood association. In its heyday, Ryan Place — the first ever planned development in the City of Fort Worth — was home to the city’s cattle barons, bankers, and oilmen. After the stock […]Read More
We haven’t looked in on Fairmount in a while, so a completely updated Craftsman cottage close to the vibrant Magnolia scene and priced $40K below the Fairmount median price, seemed worthy of our attention. In addition, the bungalow at 1402 7th Avenue benefits from the quality of life and easy livability of this historic ‘hood, […]Read More