A Texas longhorn triptych makes subtle reference to the University of Texas with the home’s close proximity to campus while simultaneously tying together the room’s orange, white, and gray accent colors.
HGTV Smart Home 2019 is located in Dallas, Texas: a city bursting with activities for the whole family, like Six Flags Over Texas. Six Flags Over Texas is the first regional theme park built in the U.S. and features 100 acres of entertainment.
HGTV Smart Home 2019 is located in Dallas, Texas: a city bursting with activities for the whole family, like the State Fair of Texas and Fair Park. With its annual attendance exceeding the population of the city, it really seems as though every Dallas resident attends the State Fair. And why wouldn’t they? Indulgent food, fun rides, fantastic shows and crazy exhibits. Did we mention indulgent food?
It’s always important to keep in mind the homeowners’ interests when designing and planning their homes. That is exactly what designer Michelle Rohrer-Lauer did when she designed this sportsman-influenced hideaway. This Texas den was transformed into a rustic, yet classy living space that is perfect for reflection and relaxation after a long day of hunting in the tallgrass.
Purple-skinned 'Texas Blue Giant' thrives in hot climates, as you might guess from its name. The amber flesh is delicious for eating fresh or drying. Hardy in zones 7 to 10, the self-fruiting trees grow 8 to 10 feet in height.
Guests are handed a white subway tile with a number for their food order. At the table, they find 2x4 stud table toppers wrapped with "Inspired" questions, to strike thought-provoking and fun conversation. Questions are themed around topics like art, music, film, photography and pop culture.
Did you know that Dallas, Texas—home to HGTV Smart Home 2019—is also home to the world's largest domed structure? The NFL’s Dallas Cowboys' AT&T Stadium is big enough that the entire Statue of Liberty could fit into it—with the roof closed.
This elegant transitional estate in Westlake, Texas, features five bedrooms, five and a half baths and nearly 6,500 square feet of living space. Inside, an open floor plan features sliding doors that open up the home for indoor-outdoor living. The exterior's stone facade and tile roof fit right into the home's Texas setting.