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Tag Archives: Park Cities
Lighter paint colors are always stylish, but lately I’ve seen a real trend towards using even more light colors in building new custom homes. As a luxury custom home builder, I like the way light colors brighten a room, making … Continue reading
In the Dallas area, we are fortunate that we can enjoy outdoor living for such an extended period of time during the year. Many of my clients spend a great amount of their leisure time relaxing in their back yards … Continue reading
The foundation of your luxury custom home is literally the starting point in creating your dream home in the Dallas area. The soil in the Dallas area, which includes Highland Park, University Park and Preston Hollow, is a thick, clay … Continue reading