Like our other Dream Street designers, Dorian Stacy Sims is no newcomer to the magazine’s Dream Home projects. She was designer on our 2015 Dream Home, built by Jon Atwood in Southlake’s Carillon.
Stacy is president of Stacy Furniture, which her father, Rick Stacy, founded more than 25 years ago. In 2005, Stacy Sims took over operations from her father.
The company has showrooms in Grapevine and Allen and an outlet store in Flower Mound. The company’s furniture brands include Bernhardt, Hooker, Stickley, Sherrill, Lexington, and Universal. The Grapevine and Allen stores include KidStuff centers that clients can use to design children’s rooms. The stores also include restaurants, flooring stores, and drop-in day care. The company’s sleep consultants help customers choose the right mattresses. And Stacy’s designers help clients create broader transformations. “We even make house calls — just what the doctor ordered,” the Stacys like to say.
The Atwood home is the only one-story of the three Dream Street homes. In transitional style, it’s one of 11 homes Atwood has in process today in Southlake, Westlake, and Colleyville.
With the three homes simultaneously under construction next to each other, Atwood expects to see the builders and subcontractors packing the homes with their best. “You’re going to see three builders that are going to be competing against each other for best kitchen, best bathroom, best pool,” he said.817-424-8800 WEBSITE