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Party Pics: Celebrating at the Adriana Hoyos Showroom

On September 4, the D Home team celebrated the premiere of our fabulous September/October issue in style—at the newly relaunched ADRIANA HOYOS showroom. Adriana Hoyos herself was there, along with a lot of familiar Dallas design faces. To see all the photos from the event, click here.

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Friday Fun With Jim Williamson

“Just so you know, insulting me does not make us closer.” This was just one of the many topics of discussion the other night during dinner at Proof & Pantry. And no, this was not directed at me. You can release your shocked face now, as I am sure that lower jaw is getting tense. Other topics of discussion ranged from conditioners and coaches to couches. We like to cover a wide variety. Also of discussion was the adorable and talented Michael Urey, who stopped by the restaurant to grab some food before his show, Buyer & Cellar. We all agreed: loved the show and loved him.

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Ready to Renovate: How We Found Our (Foreclosed) Home

When I tell people that we’ve bought a foreclosure, the response is a calculated mixture of awe and concern.But what most people want to know is “How?” To be sure, there have been many steps in this process where our footing was unsure, but we learned as we went. If you’re only as good as the people you surround yourself with, then we have surrounded ourselves with some of the best. This process has been relatively painless because we aligned with the right people.

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Take a Peek Into Dallas’ Trendiest Home, Made of Storage Containers

Situated near the corner of Peavy Rd. and Buckner Blvd., across from a small park that overlooks White Rock Lake, lies an unusual sight for Dallas. New construction is going up, and it doesn’t take a seasoned architect to realize that this home is different than the others on the block (or even in the neighborhood). After all, the house is made out of shipping containers.

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In The Garden: Autumn is Sweet

It’s about that time of year when I start getting texts and emails with this question: “Hey, what’s that white stuff blooming all over White Rock Lake Park?” If you’ve taken a spin around White Rock lately, or perhaps live near creeks or other “wild” areas, you too may have noticed the “white stuff.”

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Blue Print’s Tome Collection Has Us Hooked

We nominated, you voted, and now the results are in. Here are the winners in our annual search for Dallas’ finest florist, butcher, tailor, gift shop, party rentals, and more. Blue Print was selected as the best black for coffee table books, and here’s why.

Located in a renovated house on Fairmount Street, Blue Print is a charming shop filled with furniture, home accessories, and thoughtful gift items. But the shop is positively teeming with coffee table books. Here, you’ll find books on coffee tables (natch), dining tables, and side tables. You’ll find tremendous tomes under geodes, jewelry, and vases. Books about architecture, art, and fabulous gardens are on bookshelves and built-in bookcases in all the rooms on both floors. Do your arm exercises before shopping. You’ll need strength when you carry The Big Book of the Hamptons, Beauty at Home, The Shoe Book, and more to your car.

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Anteks Is Coming to The Plaza at Preston Center

For more than 20 years, Anteks Home Furnishings has been providing Dallas design clientele with rustic and western furniture and home accessories. Owner Jason Lenox has decided to embark on a new project—another store, branded Anteks Curated, that will sell gifts, home accessories, menswear, and even some furniture. Many of the items are store-exclusives and sourced form local vendors and designers.

While we know you’re ready to shop the store, which will be located between Mal Malouf and Pockets Menswear, as soon as possible, they won’t be opening their door until later this fall.

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