BY SHARON ST. JOHN | Photos by Sarah Tidwell & Betty Bradford | Nov/Dec 2016 As the holidays approach, we fill our thoughts with spending time with family and friends and creating joyful memories through sharing and giving. Decorating our ...Read More »
BY DAVID WALLACE | PHOTOS BY ANDREW D. BROSIG | Nov/Dec 2016 When the holidays approach, my wife begins the tradition of producing an assortment of handmade decorations. She loves the holidays and tapping into her abundant creativity to make things. She’ll be making ...Read More »
Hill Country Modern: Can you really blend rustic style with a design that is clean, comfortable and unmistakably contemporary? Absolutely!
BY DANNY MOGLE | Photos by DAVID WHITE | Nov/Dec 2016 Combine a yesteryear Texas Hill Country retreat — complete with a chunky stone exterior and wooden beam timbering — with an open floor plan and the casual design of today ...Read More »
Mirror, mirror on the wall: Looking for a cool way to hide your television set? This piece of deception makes it invisible until you turn it on.
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 »
Writer: DANNY MOGLE / email@example.com IN Magazine will present the 2016 Fall New Home Tour Friday through Sunday and again Oct. 21 to 23. Homes on the tour and their builders are: — 219 Rosebrook Circle, Whitehouse; Conaway Homes; — ...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 »