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Net Worker
Melissa Jacobs | July 9, 2013

Armed with a Nikon D5100 and iPad, Courtney Price (courtneyprice.com) records whatever strikes her stylish eye. The Dallas-based photographer, blogger and interior designer’s...

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Take Two
Melissa Jacobs | April 15, 2013

Adam and Brittany Branscum have transformed a potential war zone for some couples into a successful business. Their aesthetics clicked from the beginning: He’s an architect. She’s an interior designer. Both hail from Oklahoma and are OU...

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Fab Lab
Jason Sheeler | April 9, 2013

When the owners of Houston’s Boxwood realized their clients were becoming more like family members, co-owners Mimi Wadsworth and her brother/designer Bret Duhon decided to give them a home. Last June, the siblings converted a 1950s ranch house...

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Opposites Attract
Carla Jordan | April 9, 2013

Chris loves European Modern, Kelly’s into Texas Hill Country. At first glance, these homeowners are not a match made in style heaven... unless you’re Jason and Signe Smith, an architect team with a knack for finding...

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Museum Worthy
Steve Carter | April 9, 2013

Houston architects Joe and Gail Adams are celebrated for their sustainable orientation. Whether it’s applied to residential or commercial projects—it’s a given. In their 30-year practice they’ve done it all, but when...

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Pitch Perfect
Helen Thompson | April 9, 2013

Considering all the days fiddler and vocalist Martie Maguire has been on the road in her lifetime, it’s no wonder that she’s in love with the idea of home. Fortunately for Maguire, home is more than just her physical address in...

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Raw Style
Diana Bitting | April 9, 2013

An indulgent new addition to the Vegas scene is giving visitors new reason to sin. Nobu Hotel recently opened inside Caesars Palace (yes, a hotel within a hotel), joined by the 12,000-square-foot Nobu restaurant and lounge, and it just might be...

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Outfoxed
Helen Thompson | January 22, 2013

At 26, Alyson Fox was dubbed “the darling of the design blogs” by The New York Times. That was seven years ago, and since then the Austin-based photographer, fashion designer, artist, and—most recently—home decor...

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Now and Zen
Steve Carter | January 22, 2013

A perfect home is a rara avis indeed. But once in a while, a dream team of disciplines comes together on a project so impeccably that the resulting gestalt is palpable. “We’d never built a house before,” Bill Ward recalls,...

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It Takes a Village
Helen Thompson | January 22, 2013

Twenty years ago, when a young real estate developer and his wife purchased a lot on a winding road in central Austin, it was the last of its kind—a rugged site across from Lake Austin, with an enviable view into the hills...

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