Lifestylist® Suzanne Felber is one of those lucky people who truly loves what she does. By helping consumers discover their “inner-stylist”, Felber has helped thousands of homeowners design their own spaces to reflect their personalities and their lifestyles.
Felber lives in her own Home Idea Factory - a circa 1942 factory that previously housed a printing company in Oak Cliff. She and her brood of rescue cats and dogs have been busy using the building as the perfect place to try out different ideas and products that she is excited to share here.
That’s it Candy! I quit. You keep sending this Lifestylist to shows like the International Builders Show, the Kitchen and Bath Industry Show, and now the National Hardware Show. This sounded like it would be a lot of fun, but it’s costing me a lot of money. Now all I can think about is how […]Read More
As soon as you meet Heaven Porteous, vice president of The Avant Group, you’ll know this builder is like no other. Her creativity, attention to detail, and enthusiasm for the homes they are building and customers they are attracting is a breath of fresh air. You can tell that she is excited about what this […]Read More
Never say never. Part of being a Lifestylist® is that I am a curator of things I love and want to share. Usually, that’s an unusual vintage plate, a quirky chair, or a book that I can’t put down — I need a lot of space to store all of these treasures. After seeing the […]Read More
At today’s unlocking of the Cottages at Hickory Crossing, Mayor Mike Rawlings stated that “The answer to homelessness is homes.” It’s such a simple-sounding statement that, in truth, could not be more complex. The Cottages at Hickory Crossing are being billed as “the first of its kind housing community,” and will provide 50 tiny homes […]Read More
The drama, intrigue, calls for transparency and social media campaigns are escalating this weekend. For something I knew very little about until the Candy’sDirt #DecisionFairPark meeting on Thursday, it seems like I’m now becoming a source. As I said in my post about giving Walt Humann a Chance, I hadn’t seen any of the documents […]Read More
After the panel discussion Thursday night, the audience wanted to debate on past 9:15 pm, but we did not want to outstay our welcome at King of Glory Lutheran Church. I promised to keep the discussion going on CandysDirt. Here is an OpEd and a different view from one of our editors: Thursday night the […]Read More