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24
Jun

Design Inspiration for #WisdomWednesday

Design Inspiration for #WisdomWednesday

Whether you’re planning to build a new home or just looking to refresh your existing one, there’s no such thing as too much design inspiration. Here are some of our favorite design quotes to help recharge your imagination. Luxury must be comfortable. Otherwise, it is not luxury.” Coco Chanel It

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21
May

Accent Essentials For A Vibrant Memorial Day

Accent Essentials For A Vibrant Memorial Day

Holidays are a great opportunity to awaken the interior design junkie within! Re-decorating your home from season to season can be time-consuming and expensive, but there are plenty of simple ways to spruce up your space this Memorial Day Weekend! Kick off your summer with vibrant living area accessories. Accent

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02
May

Make it Yours: 4434 Gloster Road

Make it Yours: 4434 Gloster Road

Spacious Luxury in Preston Hollow Preston Hollow is arguably the most idyllic neighborhood in Dallas. Our new spec home, 4434 Gloster Road, is making the area more elegant than ever. 4434 Gloster Road is almost complete and is open to prospective buyers for a tour. If you visit this 5,556

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16
Apr

Make it Yours: 4508 Southern Avenue

Make it Yours: 4508 Southern Avenue

Highland Park Elegance If you’ve been dreaming of finding a home in Highland Park, now is your chance! Platinum Series is now offering prospective buyers tours of a new spec home at 4508 Southern Avenue. This Highland Park house is in the final stages of completion, but rest assured: it

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04
Apr

21 Brilliant Ways to Make the Most of Your Storage Space

21 Brilliant Ways to Make the Most of Your Storage Space

Do you have a tough time keeping your storage space tidy – no matter how many cupboards, boxes and shelves you have? It can feel like a constant struggle. The more space you create – the more stuff magically appears to fill up every nook and corner. Thankfully, it’s not

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