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Midtown Modern

A new Tulsa home in an upscale midtown neighborhood is a testament to the power of a traditional exterior with a surprising, crisp white interior. It’s not ‘country French,’ or ‘English country’ – always popular design themes – but its image is fresh and inviting. This modern-style, 4,800-square-foot home was built in 2019 by Mike Alexander of Insight Homes. Bainbridge...

Fit for Family

Photography by Nathan Harmon  Tim Yardy describes this new midtown Tulsa project as a residence designed and built especially for functional living. The elegant and stylish home is perfect for the multi-faceted lifestyles of the owners and their children. Owners Leonard and Jennie McCullough chose Yardy and Bill Benton of the Tulsa design and build firm Astoria Properties DBA The Maison...

By the District

Cabin Boys BreweryEast Village DistrictSaturn Room Photo by Jessica Karin PhotographyGuthrie Green Photo by Jonnu SingletonWoody Guthrie Center Metropolis at Mother Road Market Photo courtesy Lobeck Taylor Family FoundationDust Bowl Lanes and Lounge, Tulsa and OKC Photo courtesy McNellie’s GroupCain’s BallroomAmerican Solera, Tulsa Tulsa by Tracy LeGrand Tulsa Arts One of the oldest downtown hubs, the Tulsa Arts District is rich with iconic...

Second Time’s the Charm

If one renovation is good for a home, two must make it perfect. Carolyn Fielder Nierenberg, an interior designer with Campbell Designs, renovated this midtown, two-story Tulsa home eight years ago. Built in the 1930s, the house needed a master suite and a large utility-laundry room. That remodel included fresh paint on the stairway, enlarging the garage, and adding a...

A Refreshing Change of Space

Oklahoma City’s beloved Ludivine raised stakes from its original north Hudson Avenue location in April and relocated to a swanky, remodeled mid-century structure in the heart of OKC’s midtown. Chef de cuisine Shannon Goforth moved with the restaurant and enjoys the new digs and increased traffic, along with welcoming additional clientele to the Ludivine family. “It was a little harder at...

An Inviting Renovation

When an unknown architect designed a particular home in midtown Tulsa in 1957, he couldn’t have predicted it would go through a magnificent transformation 61 years later. It’s doubtful now that he would even recognize the home’s interior from its original blueprint. When empty-nesters who love to entertain asked Kurt Barron of Barron and McClary General Contractors to look at the...