Luxury Design

Luxe Southlake Brownstones Bring Iconic, Classic Urban Living to North Texas

By Leah Shafer / March 17, 2016 / 0 Comments

The brownstones of New York City are iconic, representing classic, elegant urban living. In the Garden District of Southlake Town Square, a new housing development is bringing that feel to North Texas. Designed by architect David M. Schwarz—designer of The Ball Park in Arlington, Bass Performance Hall, and Sundance Square Plaza in Fort Worth—The Brownstones […]

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Jan Showers’ Timeless, Modern Interiors Offer Glamour Without Pretense

By Leah Shafer / October 14, 2015 / 1 Comment

One of the best-known names in the Dallas interior design community is Jan Showers. Her aesthetic of “glamour without pretense,” as Veranda magazine dubbed it, is sumptuous and refined, an impeccable marriage of elegance and function. During regular trips to London, New York, Paris, and Venice, she scouts genteel antiques for her showroom in the Dallas Design District. […]

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Museum Tower: the Highest Penthouse in Dallas is Now a Vision… and Priced at $24 Million… We Have ALL the Renderings!

By Candy Evans / July 29, 2015 / 2 Comments

  At the tip top of Museum Tower, 42 stories high in the air, is a 9,350 square foot space I was privileged to see about two years ago with a friend who was then considering a Dallas condo. The view is unlike any other in town, more special if you have lived most of […]

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Sharif-Munir’s Iris Hollow Development Built on Corn Chip King’s Land

By Candy's Dirt / May 6, 2015 / 1 Comment

Luxury homebuilder Mickey Munir is no stranger to the Preston Hollow area—he’s been building remarkable houses there and all over Dallas for 35 years. As founder and CEO of Sharif & Munir Uncustomary Custom Homes, Munir is spearheading another development in the area, Iris Hollow. The eight houses in Iris Hollow, which start at $2.35 […]

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Fall Design Trends: Bernadette Schaeffler Says Jewel Tones Paired With Gray Are a Perfect Match

By Joanna England / August 25, 2014 / 0 Comments

Fall is a huge season for freshening up your decor, and using a few new color can add that bit of seasonal pop you’re looking for. Of course, gray is still the neutral of choice, from dark to light and from warm to bright, this do-everything color is a great base from which to play. […]

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