Ebby’s Home for the Holidays: IBB Design Fine Furnishings – Winter


As colder weather approaches, so do the holiday parties and get-togethers with friends and family. While it would be nice to have the perfectly planned holiday – ideal gifts for party hosts, stunning holiday décor and indulgent homemade creations – who has the time? So, we’ve rounded up some of Dallas’ best businesses to offer tips, tricks and suggestions on how to prepare for that perfect holiday season.

 

This week, Shay Geyer of IBB Design Fine Furnishings shows you ways to inject the feeling of winter into your home and provides a gift guide that is sure to impress.

 

 

For more information on IBB Design Fine Furnishings, visit IBBDesign.com.

Ebby’s Home for the Holidays: IBB Design Fine Furnishings


Fall weather is usually a welcome change after the dog days of summer. But, that first drop in temperature is also a subtle reminder that it’s time to start thinking about preparation. While it would be nice to have the perfectly planned holiday – ideal gifts for party hosts, stunning holiday décor and indulgent homemade creations – who has the time? So, we’ve rounded up some of Dallas’ best businesses to offer tips, tricks and suggestions on how to prepare for that perfect holiday season.

 

This week, Shay Geyer of IBB Design Fine Furnishings shows you ways to inject the feeling of fall into your home. Yes, despite our warm temperatures, fall has arrived in North Texas.

 

 

For more information on IBB Design Fine Furnishings, visit IBBDesign.com.

Dallas Arts District: Unrivaled Design


Dallas Arts District: Unrivaled Design

 Winspear Opera House

New York has the nation’s tallest skyscraper. Chicago has some fancy buildings. But one city wins when it comes to sheer density of urban design: Dallas. That’s the conclusion of Kriston Capps, who writes about housing, architecture, design, and other factors that shape cities for CityLab.

 

Six different Pritzker Prize-winning architects have designed signature buildings in the Dallas Arts District, all within an area that’s smaller than a square mile. All of the designers have won other prestigious awards, including Japan’s Praemium Imperiale, the American Institute of Architects’ Gold Medal, and the Royal Institute of British Architects’ Gold Medal. Dallas’ superior six includes one architect who’s been knighted by France, one who’s been knighted by England, and one who’s been named a senator for life in Italy.

 

Dallas Arts District: Unrivaled Design

 Wyly Theatre

Dallas Arts District: Unrivaled Design

Nasher Sculpture Center

Dallas Arts District: Unrivaled Design

Meyerson Symphony Center

Dallas Arts District: Unrivaled Design

Perot Museum of Nature and Science

Dallas Arts District: Unrivaled Design

Thanksgiving Square

 

No other geographic area in the nation this small features as much architecture by architects who have received the top honors in their fields.

 

For sheer density of great design in a single destination? Head to Dallas.

 

 

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