Ask A DFW Expert: Decorate Your Home For ThanksgivingWhen it comes to decorating for Thanksgiving, there is a warm, rich palate of colors to choose from. We looked to interior design expert Bernadette Schaeffler for tips on decorating your home for the Thanksgiving holiday.
Ask A DFW Expert: Decorating Your First Apartment On A BudgetDon't break the bank. You can create a gorgeous apartment home with this Dallas designer's tips.
Designer Erin Gates On Styling Your BookshelfGet tips for organizing your bookshelf from Erin Gates, interior designer and author of "Elements of Style: Designing a Home & a Life" from sister company Simon & Schuster.
Living Large: Luxury In Fort WorthAt $5.5 million, you can get it all. The Chateau on Montserrat is just that kind of house.
Living Large: The Lake House In WestlakeIt's a perfect home for a staycation. The $1.7 million home in Westlake is spread out on a one-acre lot on the banks of a man-made lake. In terms of recreational activity realtor Roxann Taylor says there’s plenty.
Living Large: The Arlington Country EstateWhen you think of the serenity of country living, the city bustle of Arlington does not usually come to mind. But in the middle of the city, on a nearly two-acre wooded lot, there sits a home with the feel of a country estate.
Living Large: A Nature Preserve In Dallas’ Lakewood AreaCBS 11 News is starting a new series called "Living Large" which showcases unique and luxurious spaces in the DFW area. Today Tracy Kornet takes us to an unexpected place in the heart of Dallas. It is a nature preserve with all the elements of modern living.
Ask An Expert: Staging Your Home on a BudgetBalancing out the clutter with the potential of your home is a challenge for any homeowner, but it’s something that can be done successfully, even on a small budget.
Needs vs. Wants Changing When It Comes To Home BuyingAccording to Consumer Reports, since the housing market crisis Americans have changed their criteria for what makes a home desirable.
Tips For Adding Local Flair To Your HomeBarbara Gilbert is seeing traditional Texas homes that want to slowly move toward contemporary, resulting in a transitional style with an integration of both traditional and modern.