Margaret Chambers

Design Trends: What’s Hot, What’s Not for 2020

By Karen Eubank / January 3, 2020 / 3 Comments

Dallas is a cutting-edge town. Our architects and interior designers are immensely talented innovators and award-winners. I asked a few of our local experts, what design trends can we look forward to seeing in 2020, and what will we be kicking to the curb.

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It’s Texas, Y’all: Outdoor Spaces Are For Year-Round Enjoyment

By Candy's Dirt / May 27, 2019 / 0 Comments

Editor’s Note: We have a three-day Memorial Day weekend, so we’re looking back at our library of stories about outdoor living in North Texas. In 2013, Executive Editor Joanna England got the dirt on how to make an outdoor space you use all year long from Margaret Chambers of Chambers Interiors. Every spring I face […]

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Dallas Top Designers Dish on 2016 Kitchen Trends, From Lacquer Paint to LED Lights

By Leah Shafer / January 28, 2016 / 12 Comments

The emergence of the open floorplan as a home design standard means more eyes than ever are on our kitchens. Design and function evolve every year, and we’ve asked some of the top Dallas interior designers to dish on 2016 kitchen trends for us. They say the overall vibe for this year is crisp and uncluttered, with the […]

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Dallas Designer Margaret Chambers Strives for Classical, Timeless Interiors

By Leah Shafer / August 7, 2015 / 0 Comments

Interior designer Margaret Chambers is a pillar in the Dallas design community. She formed Chambers Interiors & Associates, Inc. 23 years ago after dreaming of having her own business, becoming known for her ability to confidently mix different styles, techniques, and cultures for her clients. In those years, she’s come to regard Dallas as the ideal place for […]

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With The Help of a Designer, You Can Cook Up a Kitchen to Suit Your Taste, Says Margaret Chambers

By Joanna England / March 10, 2014 / 0 Comments

There’s a reason that a gorgeously designed kitchen adds tremendous value to a home. Today, kitchens are both major entertaining areas and family hangout rooms. But ultimately, the kitchen’s original purpose — food preparation and storage — is still its most important function. Whether you’re designing your new kitchen to last a lifetime, or remodeling an old kitchen […]

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Don't Get Upstaged: Interior Designer Margaret Chambers Offers Tips to Transform Your Home For The Market

By Joanna England / January 6, 2014 / 0 Comments

As soon as the weather heats up, so with the Dallas real estate market. If you need to refresh your memory on the best strategies to use to get your home on the market and sold, veteran interior designer Margaret Chambers offers her advice.

To find out how to get your home ready for a professional photographer (which we absolutely suggest you invest in), check out what this seasoned professional has to say after the jump!

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