Restoration Hardware

Weir’s Furniture Engages OLC to Rebuild Knox Home to Compete With Coming Restoration Hardware

By Jon Anderson / November 15, 2017 / 0 Comments

Weir’s Furniture has been a fixture about town for 70 years.  Their Knox store has sat witness to the area’s ups and downs.  I think it’s safe to say Knox is on the up and up and Weir’s wants to remain an integral part of the transformation (new residents need furniture).  You may recall back […]

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Knox-Knox. Who’s There? Oak Lawn Committee Gets Glimpse of Fab Retail, Hotel and (sigh) More Apartments

By Jon Anderson / July 12, 2017 / 14 Comments

It was a busy evening for Cole Avenue at last night’s Oak Lawn Committee meeting. There were a pair of unrelated projects proposed on the Knox Street and Armstrong Avenue cross streets.  First up, was Restoration Hardware … oops, they’ve gone all upmarket and now just use initials … RH. Oooh-la-la. For those not in the […]

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Retailing Deathmatch: Restoration Hardware vs. Rejuvenation

By Jon Anderson / June 21, 2016 / 0 Comments

Expo and the Great Indoors whetted our appetites for cool kitchen and bathroom showrooms we mightn’t have been able to afford, but could crib ideas from.  Their bankruptcies left a hole in our collective Sunday afternoons. Even at a fraction of their size, Capital Distributing and Perch sate our inner renovation voyeur. In the meantime […]

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Classic Greenland Hills Tudor Sports Ralph Lauren Chic… Guess Why?

By Karen Eubank / March 11, 2016 / 0 Comments

What comes to mind when you hear the words “charming” and “storybook”? A Tudor of course. This Greenland Hills home fits the bill on every front, but it’s definitely not your grandma’s Tudor. It’s a hip mix of Southampton meets the south of France. Built in 1928, 5223 Merrimac Avenue is a two-bedroom, two-bathroom cottage […]

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Realistic Retail Therapy: Did You Know About The Baccarat Outlet Store?

By Jon Anderson / April 24, 2015 / 3 Comments

Outlets get a mostly deserved bad rap from the discerning shopper. Originally intended to sell end-of-season and overstock merchandise at reasonable price, today’s outlet malls are stuffed with big names and slim bargains from cheaply-made collections sewn in Romania instead of Italy. These are lines never seen in the brand’s high-street boutiques. As oversaturated as […]

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Monday Morning Millionaire: You CAN Get Into Park Cities Luxury (& Schools) for a Smidgen Over a Million

By Candy Evans / September 16, 2013 / 4 Comments

Bradford, McCullough, Highland Park High School…  yes, while DISD continues to find an identity, your kiddos can be walking to and from school in the Park Cities. Best of all, you get an updated, liveable, classic home with 1936 charm and structure, but modernized to 2013 form and functionality. This was a circa 1930’s duplex the […]

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