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January 2015

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Owning a house is a major source of upkeep—the yard and pool maintenance, the peeling paint by the garage,

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An Insider's Guide to Austin's Hidden Gems.

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Step inside the glamorous bungalow of Elizabeth Mollen, Creator of Stone Textile.

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The great outdoors meets in throughout the walls of this light-filled family home by architect Paul Lamb in Westlake.

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Austin's best new shops are elevating the art of coffee.

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A 1970s home lets the light in thanks to Tenaya Hills, the bright, young designer for the curators of cool, the Bunkhouse Group.

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Our wildly popular Interiors Tour returns for its second year to take you inside Austin's most stylish spaces.

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An adventurous designer and native Texan returns home to inspire design clients with her eclectic finds from around the world.

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Let it Burn—a young visionary took over his family business and started a new movement in the design world.

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Editor-in-chief at Kirkus Reviews hand selects a few interior design books that are great for enduring inspiration.

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Steel Worker

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Step inside the stunning design lab meets showroom of an innovative Austin designer.

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Trailblazing chefs Jesse Griffiths and Tamara Mayfield’s new restaurant is everything loyal fans hoped it would be and more.

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Living and working at an orphanage in Tanzania, Audrey Hickey noticed an unsettling trend. Many kids at the orphanage did have parents, but they lacked the resources to support their children. Hickey, now the CEO of Thought Collective, began to brainstorm ways to create employment opportunities that would allow parents to financially support and reunite with their children.

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We asked some of our favorite Austinites to share their favorite memory from 2014.

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