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The World of Real Estate

Getting Started Buying or selling a home is tough, no doubt about it. But experts are in your corner. Bryan Sheppard, president and CEO of Tulsa’s Coldwell Banker Select, offers some counsel for those embarking on the home-buying journey.   “Know what you can afford,” he says. “Most buyers can borrow more than they can afford. It’s important to know how much...

A Great Second Act

Photography by Sarah Baker Photos “If you look at the house on the outside, you would not expect what you see on the inside,” says builder Tim Yardy, co-owner of Astoria Properties. In a year’s time, Yardy and his team at Astoria (formerly known as the Maison Group), alongside Align Design Group and interior designer Laura Ellis Barnes, transformed a European-inspired...

Style and Substance

A Recipe for Change Photos by Nathan Harmon Well-known Tulsa interior designer Jack Arnold recently took a kitchen that was hungry for a fresh look and turned it into a perfect place for frequent entertaining. After all, this isn’t just any ordinary kitchen – it is the haven of a well-known Tulsa florist.  Toni Garner, no stranger to entertaining, has designed fresh...

Bigger Family, Bigger Renovation

Photography by Nathan Harmon A well-known architect has taken a traditional Tulsa house built in the 1930s and transformed it into a picture perfect residence fit for a family. Mark Nelson adapted this two-story home in the Bren-Rose neighborhood by increasing its size from 3,400 square feet to 3,900 square feet and creating subtle alterations that make a big impact. Renovations seem...

Finding the Right Ambiance

Equipment is essential to a kitchen’s success. At the center island, loved ones watch the cook craft a party or a simple supper. The cramped, shoebox kitchen is history. Homeowners want open, fluid spaces from the living and formal dining areas into the kitchen, often designed with an outdoor view to start or end the day. The master bath, on...

A Period of Transition

Kitchens and bathrooms have transformed from utilitarian to elaborate. Once cloistered away from a home’s living areas, the kitchen is now the family centerpiece. With amenities for dining and entertaining, today’s kitchens are often dressed in stylish tones of gray and white. "Smart" appliances with voice-activated devices assist with chores. Pantries, with ample storage room, can feature nooks for...