Dallas Design District

Jon Anderson: It Took Dallas 12 Years to Kill a Skyline

By Jon Anderson / October 12, 2020 / 24 Comments

When people hear about “view protection” they think of silver spoon high-rise dwellers not wanting to share “their” sky. As a tin-spoon high-riser, there’s truth to that. Certainly, I checked nearby zoning to see what could be built in front of me (few do until it’s too late). But what about views towards the urban […]

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You Can Shop This Design District Closeout By Appointment With Mandatory Mask

By Shelby Skrhak / May 2, 2020 / 0 Comments

In this new coronavirus economy, shopping now means carrying your own protective mask and gloves. That’s the only way you’ll get to shop Dallas Estate Sellers by appointment only sale this weekend — a huge liquidation sale for Gutmann’s Home Furnishings, a retailer that’s been affectionately called the mom and pop version of Restoration Hardware. […]

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Textile Designer Mili Suleman Strives for Imperfection

By Heather Hunter / February 6, 2020 / 0 Comments

At KUFI, Mili Suleman produces handwoven textiles that are anything but perfect. Which is just how she likes it. “There is beauty in imperfection.”

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Make Your Home Hip With Dallas’ Modified Home

By Nikki Barringer / November 8, 2019 / 0 Comments

Seven years ago, Allison Bonifay moved from New York with her husband. After just a few minutes chatting with her it will suddenly hit you. Hey, wait a second, you’re not from New York … “No, no, I’m from Atlanta and my mom is as Southern as they come,” she says with the slightest and sweetest […]

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Scout Design Offers Five Hot Trends in Home Design

By Nikki Barringer / September 13, 2019 / 0 Comments

Scout Design is a design showroom that sells everything from furniture to pop art to life-size zebra sculptures – and their brand is as bold as their pieces. On their website, you’ll find phrases like, “We’re not for everyone. Neither are you,” “Brassy and sassy,” and, “Blanche is back. Here for a good time, not […]

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This Live-Work Design District Space is The Perfect Party House

By Jon Anderson / January 30, 2019 / 1 Comment

It’s not often you see a single-story residential property with an MU-3 zoning classification (Multi-Use). But then again, 2292 Vantage is just west of the Anatole and a smidge further along I-35E in the Design-ish District. It’s at the end of a small street next to the un-glamourous tail of Turtle Creek and the Trinity […]

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