Special thanks to the Laura Rathe Fine Art Gallery for the Exposed 2019 Reveal party last night at their venue. Also a huge shout out to Hunt Slonem for donating a $25,000 piece for the upcoming auction at the fundraiser. Both are truly genius!Read More
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Introducing Compass Concierge : A service designed to prepare your home for the market.Read More
DID YOU KNOW? In the first 10 months of 2018, around 100,500 homes sold for $1 million or more across 85 luxury markets areas in the U.S., an increase of 10% compared to the same period in 2017. A record-breaking 118,000 home sales at or above $1 million are expected once all of the closings for 2018 are recorded. (Mansion)
Need style in 2019?
This design duo has an incredibly discerning eye for the unique. Several years ago, I met Russ and Bill at a dinner party in a home that, unbeknownst to me, the two had just renovated.Read More
See you Sunday May 6th at the Art Show & Open House!
524 N Manus Drive offered at $675,000
Featuring Artists Liana Yarckin and Steve Lawrence
3 Bed | 3.1 Bath | 2 Dining | 2344 sq. ft. | 2 Car Garage | Zen Yard
*Ligne Roset sofa and dining table for sale - buyer has first right*Read More
Mid-century modern lovers, look no further! This glam, incredibly spacious first floor condo is owned by a locally renowned interior designer.Read More
Meredith Grabham Designs launched her namesake boutique interior design firm in 2007. Having studied art history, interior design, fine art and graphic design, it was only a matter of time before Meredith's passions merged. In 2015, Meredith launched a textile line of patterns inspired by elements in her original mixed media artwork.Read More
What a fun listing to represent for a great, longtime friend! His mid-century home in Wynnewood Hills was an absolute treasure, and an absolute pleasure to market. Social media and advertising does work. With 63 people through the door at our first open house, we had it under contract in a matter of days and obtained backup contracts as well.Read More
A grand drive up with a sleek and sexy appeal, this 1967 mid-century stunner designed by architect John Thompson has been gracefully transitioned to embrace the admired design of the era. In fact, the authenticity of the home scored it a feature on the 42nd Old Oak Cliff Conservation League Home Tour in 2015. The 3,500-square foot home integrates open spaces and brings the outdoors in. Three large mountain Junipers perfectly perched in front frame the facade of the home and balance the small Zen garden that is artfully tucked behind the perforated brick screen wall. Subtle lighting gently cascades down on the waterfall completely visible from the interior.Read More
Riedel stemless crystal wine glasses have always been a staple in my collection of stemware. The light accent of color at the base of the glass subtly changes with the shade of wine and conveniently allows for identifying your glass. Excitingly, Riedel has expanded the 2017 Happy O #2 collection with four more hues: TURQUOISE, PURPLE, RED, AND ORANGE.Read More
A modern eye is necessary to keep a well built and designed home current, and was a total success on this beautiful home. The details tastefully blend the more traditional aspects of this home, and transform it into a sophisticated showcase. Let me walk you through some of the incredible details. The glass wall staircase sets the tone the minute one walks in the door, as a more modern and clean lighter look. This is often one of the more notable features and changes that are overlooked. The antique mirror wall in the dining room is also a hint of modern with almost a cloudlike texture as opposed to a distressed true antique mirrored wall. Many homes are painted all white and tend to be too monochromatic. This home creates moody settings such as the dark fireplace offset with the incredible chalky white Venetian plaster walls and trayed ceilings.Read More