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CARLA HRNCIR Designer, Dunbar Road Design Fall go-to paint color. Benjamin Moore Fall Harvest, Rolling Hills, and Puritan Gray. Wallpaper pattern you love. I love all Galbraith & Paul. Also, Iksel Italian Panoramic. It makes me feel like I'm in an Italian garden. Design book to buy: de Gournay: Hand-Painted Interiors Exterior house color. Sherwin Williams Natural Choice. Front door color you love. Sherwin Williams Tricorn Black and Benjamin Moore Jamestown Blue. Design heroes. Slim Aarons. His photography is timeless, elegant, and happy. When I see his photographs, that's the feeling I want every one of my clients to feel when they see their home completed. And, Addison Mizner, the architect of my mother's home in Palm Beach, which is located on Dunbar Road — Dunbar Road Design's name and aesthetic. PAPERCITY PROMOTION DUNBAR ROAD DESIGN'S CARLA HRNCIR X BRIGGS FREEMAN'S ALLI CAUDLE FALL INSPIRATION Historical house you reference. Vizcaya in Miami. Design trope never again. Super white houses with dark trim. Three ways to up curb appeal. Landscape color, add exterior lights, a unique front door. Fall candle scent. Spiced Pumpkin Chai by B's Knees Fragrance Co. Favorite street in Dallas. Having grown up on Strait Lane, I often walked to school (Ursuline). I love driving through the street and side streets. It brings back amazing memories. What makes a house a home. People don't realize it, but it's the drapery, rugs, and lamps that make a home feel cozy. But obviously the families inside are what truly make a house a home. Carla Hrncir, Dunbar Road Design, 214.728.0900, carla@dunbar-road. com ALLI CAUDLE Briggs Freeman Sotheby's International Realty The most important thing a buyer can do to make sure an offer is accepted. Have an experienced agent guide you! Ask the seller for as little as possible, and pay for as much as you can afford. Put everything into your first offer, as though you won't have another opportunity. Front door color that screams "Buy me." Benjamin Moore Palladian Blue. Three things a seller might overlook when readying their home. The garage and the attic! Also, consider power-washing the exterior, as well as sprucing up the curb appeal. Best areas of town for a first home with charm. East Dallas is full of treasures for first-time home buyers. Rooms that add buyer interest. Definitely outdoor space, and a rooftop is a bonus, so you can take in the stunning skyline. Also, after 2020, a home office and/or gym are great additions. Translate curb appeal to dollars. Updated exterior light fixtures, freshened-up landscaping, a new door mat, and sparkling clean windows. Fall candle scent. Nest's Pumpkin Chai. Favorite street in Dallas. Beverly Drive for luxury real estate inspiration. What makes a house a home. Love and gratitude, as well as lots of plants, candles, and art that mean something to you. Also, good music playing in the background. Alli & Cindi Caudle, 806.239.1585, Cindi Caudle, Alli Caudle of Briggs Freeman Sotheby's International Realty Dunbar Road Design team 183

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