Writer: DAVID WALLACE / Photographer: ANDREW D. BROSIG / September/October 2016 I’m a waiter at one of the most unique restaurants in Tyler, Texas. Although I’m a writer, cook and fairly well known as an artist, I have a regular ...Read More »
Modern farmhouse: Builder Brandon Pahler combines the old with the new to pay homage to yesteryear craftsmanship
Writer: DANNY MOGLE / Photographer: DAVID WHITE PHOTOGRAPHY / September/October 2016 Brandon and Samantha Pahler are champions at injecting the “wow” factor into their Flint, Texas, home. Let’s examine the evidence. For starters, a pew of rustic wooden seats saved ...Read More »
IN Magazine will present the 2016 Fall New Home Tour on two weekends: Oct. 14 to 16 and again Oct. 21 to 23. The showcase of new houses by the area’s leading builders is also being presented by SuddenLink homesource. ...Read More »
Writer: DAVID WALLACE / Photographer: ADNREW D. BROSIG / July/August 2016 I live in an underground apartment in Tyler, Texas, that is quiet, secure and economical. The temperature in the apartment usually remains about 76 degrees year-round and has little ...Read More »
Going off the grid: Who doesn’t want a tiny electric bill? Home builder Rudy Wright insists that solar power and energy efficiency can make it happen.
Writer: DANNY MOGLE / July/August 2016 If you want to start a conversation with Rudy Wright, just say two words: net zero. But be warned, he’s about to talk your ears off. “What I’m trying to accomplish is net zero ...Read More »
Lakeside luxury: This spectacular home with a bird’s-eye observation deck boasts breathtaking views of Lake Tyler
Writer: DANNY MOGLE / Photographer: DAVID WHITE / July/August 2016 Issue On the tip of a peninsula that juts out on the northwest end of Lake Tyler sits an unmistakable white home with large wrap-around porches and a third-story observation ...Read More »
First impression: Don’t overlook your foyer. By taking a bold design approach, guests will say ‘wow’ when they open the door.
Writer: KAY FULLER / July/August 2016 It’s true. You really don’t get a second chance to make a great first impression. That goes for your home, too. Your entryway is the first part of the home visitors encounter. It is ...Read More »
Recycled reinvention: Take an old pallet, add a couple of end roll tubes and presto, you’ve got a stylish wine rack
Writer: DAVID WALLACE // Photographer: ANDREW D. BROSIG // MAY/JUNE 2016 In the mid 1990s, I lived in a rural area. A piece of land down the road began to look like a dump. Stacks of pallets seemed to grow ...Read More »
Texas-sized log cabin: Mallory and Tommie Walden’s house looks like it belongs at a Colorado ski resort but guess what, it’s on an East Texas lake
Writer: DANNY MOGLE // Photographer: DAVID WHITE // May/June 2016 When Mallory Walden and his wife, Tommie, decided to move from South Carolina to East Texas a few years ago to be closer to their family, they were determined that their ...Read More »
Writer: KAY FULLER // May/June 2016 When I started my career in interior design, Wedgwood blue and mauve were prevalent colors in home furnishing fabrics and wall coverings. One client’s dining room walls were upholstered in a blue and mauve ...Read More »