Jason Lenox

Bill Lenox: Dallas Entrepreneur, Maverick, Philanthropist, and Family Man

By Karen Eubank / February 23, 2017 / 0 Comments

Bill Lenox lived life beautifully. He loved people, fine food, beautiful art, and being an entrepreneur. But most of all Bill, like his oldest son, Jason Lenox, loved people. He had a heart bigger than his beloved Texas, and that heart gave out last month. It’s a tremendous loss not only for his family, but for […]

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Antek’s Home Furnishings Employee Victimized, Hospitalized; Store Rallies Huge Support

By Candy Evans / August 10, 2016 / 0 Comments

We don’t often profile the good people who make our homes beautiful from behind the scenes. People like Jose Romero, pictured here. These are the strong, steady folks who show up when we ask them to, in all kinds of weather, mow the grass in 107 degree heat, or move chairs to just the right […]

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Anteks Curated Hosts Wednesday’s Child Luncheon Kickoff

By Joanna England / January 22, 2015 / 0 Comments

  Surely you’ve heard of the amazing nonprofit Friends of Wednesday’s Child. This group does such important work for children who are lost in the shuffle of foster families, looking for a permanent home where they can thrive. They work to improve the lives of these children through education, enrichment, and support, and they do […]

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Decorating For The Holidays: Jason Lenox of Anteks Gives Trees and Mantles Rustic Vibe

By Joanna England / December 19, 2013 / 2 Comments

  You know Anteks for its cowboy cool decor, but when it comes to Christmas, Jason Lenox knows how to pour on the glitz. Of course, this store, known for its Western vibe and collection of sophisticated rustic accessories and furniture, would not skimp on antlers. Check out the tippy top of this tree, where […]

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Anteks Hosts Mission Ole Kickoff in Design District Digs With 25 Percent of Sales Benefiting Trinity River Mission

By Joanna England / June 12, 2013 / 2 Comments

What a fabulous party Jason Lenox hosted last night at his wonderful Design District store. Anteks, a collection of posh-cum-rustic furnishings, was the perfect backdrop for the supporters of the Trinity River Mission. It was the kickoff for Mission Ole — the Sept. 6 soiree benefiting the Trinity River Mission education program that offers literacy, […]

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