Artspace El Paso Lofts Celebrates Groundbreaking for Affordable Live/Work Housing for Artists

The A to Z of Building

El Paso's art scene gained ground yesterday with a ceremonial groundbreaking of Artspace El Paso Lofts, a 51-unit building of affordable live/work housing for artists and their families with

Hunt, Texas A&M University to Jointly Develop $45 Million Maritime Academy Cadet Residence Hall

The A to Z of Building

El Paso-based Hunt Companies and Texas A&M University at Galveston have entered into definitive agreements for the design, development and construction of the proposed 612-bed, $45 million

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Get Inspired: Meet Some Additions to Our Echo Collection’s Line of Sensational Cement Tiles

Granada Tile

Last but not least on our Western adventure is Juarez , named for the city in Mexico right across the border from El Paso, Texas. If you’ve spent some time on Granada Tile ‘s Echo Collection catalogue in the last few months, you’ve probably noticed that we’ve added some sensational cement tile designs into the mix. And, as you probably could guess, the tile patterns range from crisp, geometric looks to more classic designs.

Cozy Accessories for your Autumn-Ready Home

Freshome Design & Architecture Magazine

El Paso Mongolian Sheepskin Faux Fur Pouf 8. We hope you like the products we recommend. Just so you are aware, Freshome may collect a share of sales from the links on this page. Today we published an article about some of our favorite ways to make your home feel cozy for the fall season. As a quick reference we gathered together our top products for you to reference in your fall decorating.

A is for Anaranjado: A to Z Challenge 2014

Margaret Almon Mosaics

As a girl from Canada, I spent grade 4 in El Paso, TX, my parents’ home town, while my father was on sabbatical. Sorprendido circa 1976. Fittingly, the first day of the Blogging from A to Z Challenge 2014 is Orange Tuesday, and my theme for the challenge is color. I went into Spanish class behind all the kids who had taken Spanish since Kindergarten, or who already knew the language.