A chic bohemian-style bungalow owned by Brittany Cobb — the owner of local shops Wide Brim, Flea Style, and Heirloom Haul — is on the market in the coveted Oakhurst neighborhood.
Built in the 1940s, the re-imagined historic home has a personality of its own with an Instagram page that highlights the renovation process and the unique finds supplied by Cobb’s stores.
Named the “Flea Style Bungalow,” the home is situated on a quarter-acre lot at 1409 Bluebonnet Dr. — just minutes from downtown and the Stockyards — and is listed for $525,000 by Williams Trew Real Estate.
The four-bedroom, two-bathroom home is 1,867 sqft and offers ample space both inside and outside for entertaining large groups.
Shabby chic style
The Southern California native and former lifestyle editor for The Dallas Morning News took inspiration from her California roots and added a Western twist to the home’s design.
Her style shines throughout the space with patterned wallpaper, vibrant colors, decorative skulls, and hats from Wide Brim.
Other noteworthy features include an expansive and shaded backyard with a fire pit, a small garden, and plenty of space for outdoor dining and entertainment.
Our favorite features
Aside from the eclectic style and vibrant decor, the home features Pinterest-like finishes suitable for any homeowner, regardless of the age and size of the family. Here are just a few that stuck out to us.
Lightscape | Friday, Nov. 17-Monday, Jan. 1 | Times vary | Fort Worth Botanic Garden, 3220 Botanic Garden Blvd., Fort Worth | $11-$30 | The immersive holiday display will be reimagined with a 1.2-mile-long path featuring millions of dazzling lights.
TCU Men’s Basketball | Friday, Nov. 17 | 7 p.m. | Schollmaier Arena, 3000 Stadium Dr., Fort Worth | $15-$25 | The Horned Frogs will face Mississippi Valley State on their home court.
Saturday, Nov. 18
A Pin-Up Girls Christmas | Saturday, Nov. 18 | 8 p.m. | Casa Mañana, 3101 W. Lancaster Ave., Fort Worth | $65 | The Pin-Up Girls are back with heartfelt holiday classics and some off-the-wall musical surprises.
Sunday, Nov. 19
Parade of Lights | Sunday, Nov. 19 | 6 p.m. | Weatherford at Throckmorton Streets, Downtown, Fort Worth | $0-$30 | Hundreds of floats will make their way through downtown during this annual parade with TCU head coach Sonny Dykes as the Grand Marshal.
Monday, Nov. 20
Stockyards Rodeo Rink | Monday, Nov. 20-Sunday, Dec. 31 | Times vary | Fort Worth Stockyards, 131 E. Exchange Ave., Fort Worth | $20-$25 | Head to the lawn of the Livestock Exchange Building to check out the ice rink, Cowboy Santa’s Winter Wonderland, live music, and family activities.
Don’t forget to wave to Santa. | Photo by Richard W. Rodriguez
Fort Worth’s favorite holiday traditions start when the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra kicks off the season. If you’ll be Home for the Holidays this year, join the orchestra (and Santa) at Bass Performance Hall for a family concert decked with your favorite Christmas carols and seasonal tunes.
We know you’ll be shopping all the best holiday deals next weekend, but there’s no greater gift than spending time with loved ones. Get all spruced up and secure your seats, so you won’t miss the chance to sing along to the sounds of the symphony.
Be sure to pack your patience — DFW Airport expects a record-setting holiday travel season this year, with 2.9 million travelers through Tuesday, Nov. 28. The busiest days are projected to be Sunday, Nov. 19, and Sunday, Nov. 26. We’ve made traveling easy with our airport guide.
Savvy Roots Boutique — a retailer in River East — is closing its storefront and holding a final close-out sale now through Sunday, Nov. 19. Stop by 2913 Race St. for 40% off storewide on women’s clothing and shoes. The store opens at 1 p.m. today and 11 a.m. this weekend.
Fort Worth Animal Care and Control is partnering with the Fort Worth Herd for a free pet adoption event. Happening in the Stockyards, Herd You Needed a Dog will waive all adoption fees to help clear the shelters on Saturday, Dec. 2 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
The most fearsome carnivore to roam the earth is now on display at the Perot Museum of Nature and Science. T. rex: The Ultimate Predator is open for a special ten-month exhibition with fossils, interactive activities, and one of the “most accurate Tyrannosaurus rex models ever constructed.” Purchase tickets.
Buc-ee’s will add charging stations for electric vehicles at 31 of its hubs by the end of 2024. The gas station known for its amenities partnered with Mercedes-Benz HPC North America to launch the new feature. The charging stations will be available in the Texas Triangle. (WFAA)
A house in Haltom City is celebrating the spirit of the holidays + the Texas Rangers’ first World Series win with an over-the-top display. Located at 4521 Wisdom Way, the house features a Rangers light show tribute showcasing the team’s mascot and highlights from the tournament.
Celebrate National Take a Hike Day this Saturday, Nov. 17 by hitting one of the trails featured in our hiking guide. The day serves as a reminder of the numerous benefits that hiking provides to both physical and mental health.
Calling all home seekers: Meet 4209 Broken Bend Blvd., a cozy 3 BD, 2 BA home with all the desirable upgrades. Think: Granite countertops, new stainless steel appliances, and a covered back patio perfect for entertaining + relaxing ($410,000).*
Need the perfect holiday gift for your dad, brother, husband, or boyfriend? This brand has you covered with all the gifts and stocking stuffers that men will actually use. (Plus, they’re all 25% off during the Black Friday Sale, happening now.)*
The paseos will feature interactive directories to guide visitors to retail destinations. | Rendering by Bennett Partners courtesy of Younger Partners
Crockett Row — home to 25 dining, wellness, and entertainment spots in the Cultural District — will be rebranded to Artisan Circle as part of the urban village’s revitalization plan.
Dallas-based Younger Partners acquired Crockett Row in 2022 and unveiled plans earlier this week that include new pedestrian-friendly spaces and improved outdoor dining spaces.
Long-term revitalization plan
“Our commitment is to enhance accessibility, aesthetics, and the overall user experience to ensure that Artisan Circle becomes an iconic Fort Worth destination,” said Kathy Permenter, co-managing partner of Younger Partners.
According to a press release, updates will begin in January and take about 12-18 months to complete. New features include:
New elevators in three of the five parking garages
Two new valet stands
New benches and landscaping in the central courtyard
Enhanced outdoor dining patios
Digital and interactive directories
The revitalization plan proposes to close Crockett Street between Norwood Street and Currie Street to improve pedestrian access between restaurants and shops.
Hotel Vin in Grapevine has brought back the infamous Bubbles as part of the Winter Wonderland Experience.
Perfect for a date night or night out with your friends, the bubbles are $250 to reserve for 90 minutes and include homemade fondue served with sourdough bread, pretzel bites, other snacks, and a bottle of wine.