Want to add some brio to a room without delay? Hang some snappy pieces like these for a visual pop that’s off the charts.
Archives: February 2015
Working with the available land, water and plant life while refusing to sacrifice her vision, Nancy Muenzler has crafted a stunning, verdant backyard oasis.
Decorating kids’ personal spaces is an opportunity for mutual enjoyment; as these local examples of an infant, a young girl and a tween boy show, a little thought allows parents to influence their offspring’s tastes without dictating them, and lets children as they age begin exploring their own design preferences.
Gardening tips to help green-thumbed Oklahomans reap some of the goodness of nature
Natural light suffuses and energizes the radiantly beautiful Lamb home, making it easy for visitors to see and appreciate the well-planned design and décor that makes the clean-lined, kid-friendly new house so open, inviting and practical.
Welcome to the spring 2015 edition of Design Oklahoma, from the ladies who led the efforts to put it together.
Concrete and steel, crystal and stone, the eye-catching Lewis home on Lake Hiwassee harnesses structural components and design elements from around the world and works design magic to create con contemporary gem simple in appearance but fascinatingly complex in nature.
Anchor pieces, heavy furniture and fixtures help define a room, but smaller accent touches give it life – like these elements we really love.
Inspiration blooms in Shane Connolly’s “A Year in Flowers.”
Put your carpentry skills to work via “Simple & Stylish Backyard Projects.”
Decorative suggestions for sumptuously beautiful dining at spring and summer celebrations.
Nature’s about to undertake a new beginning; it’s time for your wardrobe to do the same. From demure white to dazzling bright floral prints, explore a vibrant showcase of the season’s fresh fashions.
Scarlet footwear is recommended at a joyous evening helping the Ronald McDonald House of OKC provide temporary living space for families of sick children.
Creative Oklahoma is bringing a world of ideas back to the metro; prepare to be immersed in inspiration.
A crimson-clad AIDS-fighting fundraiser, artistic careers gaining energy, Lyric’s slightly morbid comedy and more – there are all kinds of sources for entertainment and enlightenment in this bustling metro, so if you can’t make it to everything, here’s where to start.
These Oklahoma City eateries are taking the humble ingredient toast to new culinary heights. You might call it crunch time.
Specialty cocktails and storybook-inspired fun abound at Allied Arts’ annual fundraiser ARTini in Wonderland.
President and Mrs. Boren are honored at the graceful gala benefiting students and scholarships in the OU School of Dance.
An Atmospheric New Mystery Filled With Old Ghosts “That was Wyatt’s philosophy when it came to the past: Stay out of it. By doing so he had lived a happy life. A life undrowned, unbroken on the rocks, unswept toward an empty horizon. You caught a whiff of a certain perfume as you walked across the casino floor at…
A visual smorgasbord of home décor and fashion accessories featuring 2015’s rich, robust color of the year: Marsala.
Expert advice and quality products for men to get their faces, and any hair thereon, into prime condition.
Spring is coming but some nights are still chilly; try this recipe for hearty potato soup and biscuits.
A conversational give and take about unlikely inspiration, being a positive influence and the upcoming Oklahoma Urban Cinema Festival with entrepreneur Marcus Hayes.
In her ongoing travels through Oklahoma, author and photographer M.J. Alexander prepares for St. Patrick’s Day be searching for the gift of gab in Creek County – the community of Shamrock is home to an Oklahoma Blarney Stone.