Arts and Crafts

Abstract Painter Corinne Bizzle Wants You (Yes, You!) to Own Original Art

By Heather Hunter / January 24, 2020 / 2 Comments
Corinne Bizzle

Original art doesn’t have to break the bank. Painter Corinne Bizzle’s Monthly Mini series makes real art accessible to everyone.

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There Goes The Neighborhood: Winnetka Heights Residents Take It to The Streets

By Lifestylist® Suzanne Felber / February 18, 2016 / 0 Comments

One of the hardest things in the world is finding the perfect neighborhood and home to call yours. When I moved back to Dallas from Arizona, I wanted what I had there — diversity, architecture with character, and a place that I could grow a garden. Yes, I’m an urban gardener. Guilty as charged! I […]

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Expertly Renovated Winnetka Heights Bungalow is Sure to Set Records

By Joanna England / January 19, 2016 / 1 Comment

When Winnetka Heights was still full of crumbling rentals and dilapidated structures, Diane Sherman saw the beauty in the North Oak Cliff neighborhood. A resident of Winnetka Heights since 1979, Sherman was one of the vocal proponents of the city measures that would make Winnetka Heights a verified, protected historic district. Sherman’s not one to […]

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Thoughtfully Planned Craftsman in Winnetka Heights Feels Open and Bright

By Joanna England / September 30, 2015 / 0 Comments

Is that not the cutest little Craftsman you’ve ever seen? Seriously. The. Cutest. It seems like David Griffin Realtor Crystal Gonzalez is getting all of the cutest listings in Winnetka Heights, where this adorable blue bungalow is located. From the  color scheme to the wrap-around porch to the lovely French doors, this home is just […]

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Lower Greenville Craftsman Bungalow Has Darling Curb Appeal, Updates Throughout

By Leah Shafer / August 20, 2015 / 0 Comments

Before the construction of North Central Expressway in 1950, Greenville Avenue one of four major roads leading into Dallas, and was the main route to northern cities like Richardson, McKinney, and Plano. It used to be called “Richardson Pike” or “Richardson Road,” and was the main route into Dallas from the Texarkana. The neighborhood of […]

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Rare Junius Heights ‘Airplane Bungalow’ Is Beautifully Updated Arts and Crafts

By Leah Shafer / May 21, 2015 / 5 Comments

The Junius Heights Historic District in Old East Dallas is home to the largest collection of Arts and Crafts/Craftsman-style houses in the southwestern United States. As Dallas’ largest historic neighborhood, Junius Heights is a treasure trove of handsome architectural designs, like the rare “airplane bungalow” at 722 N. Beacon St., our Thursday Three Hundred today. […]

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