Designer’s Corner

Taylor Paladino Found the Silver Lining

By Karen Eubank / November 22, 2020 / 1 Comment

With all that has happened in 2020, it’s time for a lemonade out of lemons story. I cannot think of a better one than Taylor Paladino. Owner Ben Paladino should be winding up the first semester of his senior year, majoring in public policy, at Stanford. But, as we all know, 2020 fell apart for […]

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Considering Thanksgiving Outdoors? Here’s a Covid-Friendly Guide to Backyard Entertaining

By Elaine Raffel / November 15, 2020 / 0 Comments

Last holiday season, socially distanced entertaining wasn’t even on our radar. But what a difference a year makes. In 2020, more and more homeowners are winter-prepping their backyards to make outdoor living a year-round reality.

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Teen Sisters’ Paper For Water — Gifts That Give

By Karen Eubank / November 8, 2020 / 1 Comment

Paper For Water is a shining example of how even children can change lives with something beautiful. In my search for exceptional and meaningful holiday gift-giving ideas for our readers, Elizabeth Mast at Talulah & Hess told me about this absolutely astonishing company. Paper For Water was launched in 2011 by two of the most […]

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Cozy Up to Seasonal Decorating Ideas

By Elaine Raffel / November 1, 2020 / 0 Comments

With Halloween upon us, and Thanksgiving right on its heels, it’s prime time to think about cozying up to some seasonal decorating updates.

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Addison Sloane Art is a Creative Holiday Gift!

By Karen Eubank / October 25, 2020 / 2 Comments

Ok, let’s get serious. If you want a unique holiday gift, it’s time to start shopping. There are precisely 61 days until December 25th. Yep, two months. Not to worry! Your elves at are continually researching the most exciting and talented new artists in Dallas who can make your holidays merry and bright— and […]

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Cavelieri Designs Creates With One Simple Idea: Make Things Beautiful

By Nikki Barringer / October 18, 2020 / 1 Comment

Not everyone has been designing interiors since they were 11 years old. But then again, not everyone is Claire Cavalieri. Her father was a modernist architect in Detroit in the 1950s and 1960s. In those days, Detroit was THE place to be for modern design. Mostly because of the Cranbrook Academy where it seemed like […]

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