Notable Celebrity Homes

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Celebrities and luxury real estate have long resided hand in hand. But living in the public eye makes it all the more important to have a home where one can relax and retreat from the world. The spring/summer 2018 edition of Grand Vie: Luxury in Living, North Texas’ premier luxury home magazine, highlights two of our favorite celeb-worthy homes that provide ultra-luxe living with the utmost privacy.


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Harry Connick Jr. | Connecticut

Situated on 4.61 acres atop a hill in New Canaan, Connecticut, stands singer/songwriter Harry Connick Jr.’s rustic estate. Once part of a dairy farm built in the 1890s, the 11,600-square-foot main house hosts seven spacious bedrooms, six baths and two half-baths. The property includes two additional barns.



Kelly Clarkson | Tennessee

Singer Kelly Clarkson is parting ways with her lakefront mansion in Hendersonville, Tennessee. Clarkson bought the 4-acre property in 2012 and extensively remodeled the seven-bedroom home, which overlooks Old Hickory Lake. The grounds include a pool house, playground and English garden.


Celebrity listings, luxury market insight, design trends and spectacular homes in Dallas-Fort Worth and beyond — they’re all part of the spring/summer edition of Grand Vie: Luxury in Living. See it now at

Where to Find Antiques in North Texas

Close up of various handmade Persian carpets in a shop
For those of you seeking to decorate your home with one-of-a-kind pieces, North Texas is home to a variety of stores that specialize in antique furniture and accessories.
While it takes an effort to peruse through vast selections, your efforts may pay off when you find the perfect piece for your décor.
With the hopes of inspiring some second-hand shopping, we’ve rounded up local antique and consignment stores trusted by some of North Texas’ best interior designers.
Prefer shopping at home? Many of these stores update their website galleries and Instagram pages with photos of their selections, so you can browse online before you make the trip. Check back often, though, as things go quickly.
If estate sales are more your scene, there are great online resources to help you find unique items near you. Check out Attics to Basements for information about estate sales near you, or visit Everything But The House to browse the online marketplace of estate sale-type items.
Each store we’ve included has a different speciality, so read below to learn where you should go to find your home’s next statement piece.
Again & Again

This high-end vintage furniture warehouse offers upholstery, repainting and custom furniture services. They specialize in rare, unique Mid-Century 50s, 60s, 70s, and 80s furniture pieces ranging from velvet chairs to brightly colored dressers and side tables. Pieces only stay for 120 days, so act quickly if you see something you like!
Phone: 214.746.6300
Instagram: @againdallas
Antiques Moderne

Owner John Bacile takes great pride in knowing the story behind each of the vintage pieces in the store, and he’ll be sure to pass the story along to each new owner. He continually makes room in the store for new finds, meaning you get frequently refreshed stock and reasonable prices.
Phone: 214.746.6300
Instagram: 214.215.9600
Big Mango Trading Co.

Okay … so this store isn’t technically an antique shop, but it’s a go-to location for unique items, so it deserves a spot on this list. This company specializes in importing handcrafted home furnishings from Indonesia, and these one-of-a-kind Asian-style pieces cannot be found elsewhere.
Phone: 214.752.4755
Instagram: @bigmangotrading
Cooper Street Antique Mall

With over 53,000 square feet, this antique mall is the largest in Arlington. Sort through the vast selection of furniture, vases, mirrors, and more, or sit down for a bite at its Tin Tulip Tea Room.
C & W Antiques
This Grand Prairie store specializes in English and French antiques, as well as original fine art from Italian, French, Russian, English, and American artists. Search for one-of-a-kind 17th, 18th, and 19th-century antiques, crystal chandeliers, and Iranian hand-woven carpets at the spacious showroom. Call ahead — you will need an appointment. You can also find their items at the Montgomery Street Antique Mall in Fort Worth.
Phone: 817.637.7637
DFW M’Antiques
This Bishop Arts District store specializes in the “rougher side” of antiques. Enjoy a beer while perusing the industrial antiques, re-purposed items, advertising items, small furniture, and more.
Phone: 214.680.4960
Instagram: @dfwmantiques
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Legacy Antiques
If you’re looking for 18th and 19th-century European antiques, Legacy Antiques is the ultimate destination. Choose from their selection of antique lighting, mirrors, chests, commodes, and more. Shipments arrive regularly from France, Italy, and Spain.
Phone: 214.748.4606
Montgomery Street Antique Mall
With 61,000 square feet of space, this Fort Worth antique mall is home to a large selection of unique treasures. Here you will find everything from old Coca-Cola machines and old gas pumps to glassware and animal wall mounts.
Phone: 817.735.9685
Nick Brock Antiques
Situated on North Henderson Avenue in Dallas, Nick Brock Antiques offers a wide array of 17th-century through mid-century furnishings. Here you’ll find paintings, porcelain, lighting, accessories, and more.
Phone: 214.828.0624
Pinterest: nbrockantiques

On Consignment

Situated in Uptown Dallas, On Consignment offers a beautiful array of fresh finds such as Persian rugs and ornate chandeliers. On Consignment receives daily shipments of art, furniture and more, and is frequented by Dallas’ top interior decorators.
Phone: 214.720.1818
Instagram: @onconsignmentdallas
Uncommon Market Dallas
This store specializes in European and vintage antiques from France, Belgium, Holland, England and the United States. Browse their large assortment of furniture, accessories, architectural salvage, collectibles, light fixtures, and sconces. From Victorian to Art Deco and beyond, you will find exactly what you are searching for. If not, they promise to help get it for you.
Phone: 214.871.2775

White Elephant Antiques

This antiques mall offers three warehouses and over 25,000 square feet of everything from antiques to Mid-Century. Here you’ll find personable staff and a wide array of accessories and gifts.
Phone: 214.871.7966
Instagram: @whiteelephantantiques

Celebrity Estates: Privacy and Prestige


Celebrities and luxury real estate have long resided hand in hand. But being in the public eye comes with a loss of privacy that makes it all the more important to have a home where one can kick back and escape the world. The new fall/winter 2015 edition of Grand Vie: Luxury in Living, North Texas’ premier luxury home magazine, highlights three of our favorite celeb-worthy homes that provide an ultraluxe lifestyle with the utmost privacy.


Celebrity Estates: Privacy and Prestige


Set along the Wilmington River, Paula Deen’s aptly named “Riverbend” estate is a picture-perfect retreat in Savannah, Georgia. Essentially its own private resort set on 5 1/2 acres, the French Caribbean-style main house boasts 14,500 square feet with a stunning gourmet kitchen fit for any celebrity chef (whether you love butter or not), but it’s the property’s outdoor kitchen that really takes the prize. For more on Paula Deen’s Savannah estate, click here.


Celebrity Estates: Privacy and Prestige


Fashion designer, actress and daughter of legendary singer Lionel Richie, Nicole Richie’s gated compound in the Hollywood Hills is an architectural gem with all the fixings. Whether you’re an A-lister in need of a getaway or just looking for an accommodating family property, this SoCal compound fits the bill with five spacious bedrooms, a children’s play area and a fully equipped barbecue station. For more on Nicole Richie’s Hollywood Hills home, click here.


Celebrity Estates: Privacy and Prestige


When you’re one of Hollywood’s most enduring and charismatic stars, you need a Caribbean hideaway to get off the grid. For funnyman Steve Martin, that comes in the form of Villa Au Soleil, a stunning Saint Barthélemy property with a low-key, island vibe evidenced in the brightly colored walls, beautiful stonework and mesmerizing views over St. Jean Bay and the Caribbean Sea. For more on Steve Martin’s Caribbean compound, click here.


Celebrity homes, fall recipes and decor, luxury trends, insight into the luxury market, and spectacular homes in Dallas-Fort Worth and beyond — they’re all part of the new fall/winter edition of Grand Vie: Luxury in Living. See it now at