Turkey Day Kitchen for Tarrant County Tuesday

By Seth Fowler / November 26, 2019 / 0 Comments

Kitchens.  We’ve discussed this previously but just in case you’ve forgotten, after location, the top three things buyers look for and sellers should focus on when dealing with homes are: Kitchens Floors Master Suite (bed, bath, closet) If a home gets a “thumbs-up” on those three factors then 99.99 percent of the time buyers are […]

Read More

Real Estate Time Travel: To Die For 1956 Kitchen

By Cassie Evans / February 24, 2015 / 4 Comments

I am dying over these pics. The San Francisco Globe published these amazing photos of an untouched 1956 PINK kitchen filled with vintage GE appliances that have never been used! The home’s owner, furniture designer Nathan Chandler, bought the home in 2010 and posted the photos on FLICKR to sell the vintage kitchen. It’s unclear […]

Read More

Building Your Dream Kitchen? Personal Chef Rachael Abrams Offers Tips on Where to Spend And Save

By Rachael Abrams / March 7, 2014 / 2 Comments

When it comes to designing a dream kitchen for an expert home cook, the cost can be frightening. Though it’s easy to get carried away in the pages of Architectural Digest and drool over pristine statuary marble countertops, you shouldn’t feel obligated to indulge in every high-end kitchen accessory and appliance. After all, it’s not […]

Read More

Friday Four Hundred: Best of Both Worlds in Vickery Park! Historic District Charm With All-New Interiors!

By Joanna England / March 22, 2013 / 8 Comments

This is exactly the kind of home I like. It’s in a quaint and accessible historic district near a ton of amenities, and it’s got absolutely none of the problems you often find with historic homes, such as horrible ventilation, mis-matched kitchens, sloping foundations, a complete lack of closet space, and antiquated bathrooms. This home, […]

Read More

Thursday Three Hundred: Updates Make a Difference, And This Cute Craftsman Will Be Worth The Investment!

By Joanna England / March 14, 2013 / 0 Comments

While this house isn’t technically $300,000, it will be worth at least that much when you renovate the kitchen. Located in the Belmont Addition, this cute Craftsman at 5930 Richmond Avenue is listed by Dallas City Center at $290,000. That’s a fair price considering that, while this home is fresh and pretty on the outside, […]

Read More

Kicking It Up With HOUZZ at Capital Distributing: How Much Over Your Budget Do YOU Go When You Redecorate?

By Candy Evans / January 28, 2013 / 0 Comments

So we all love HOUZZ, that way cool design site that gets like a trillion hits a day and fills us with photos, millions of photos of beautiful “HOUZZes” and rooms. Houzz was founded just a couple of years ago by Adi Tatarko and Alon Cohen, two Palo Alto residents who were remodeling a ranch home on the […]

Read More