The i List for August

Sit in Style

Recliners are shockingly ugly but insidiously comfortable. Even renaming them “motion furniture” did not make up for their similarity to a melted pile of marshmallows. Many are so ugly, you cannot justify having one until you are so old you are willing to forgo the embarrassment for the comfort. Natuzzi has saved you the disgrace with Re-vive, a performance recliner that is as sleek as it is stylish. This intuitive chair moves with you; there is no cumbersome lever action that slams you into the two unsatisfactory reclining positions, not-far-enough and too-far. Re-vive moves like you move and will even tilt a little left or more to the right — and this has nothing to do with your politics. There are three flex movements — twist, lumbar and recline — that all work at the same time to mimic your body dynamics. The ottoman will tilt to match the angles of your legs and feet. So lean back a little or a lot, twist left, or feel the armrests move to provide maximum support as the chair responds smoothly to your every twitch and turn. The Re-vive comes in three leathers, four metal base finishes, four stitching styles, two sizes (queen and king) and 10 color options. See the variety of choices at www.issuu.com/natuzzigroup. Available at Cantoni, 4800 Alpha Road, Dallas, 972-934-9191, www.cantoni.com. Read more

The i List for July

Unleashing the Horse

Crystal manufacturer Riedel has had fun with decanters lately, offering wine-pouring vessels that look like snake... Read more

The i List for June

Spruce Up the View

Gallery One Window Fashions, new in Southlake, has a family history rooted in window design. Owned by Gary and Juli... Read more

The i List for May

Celebrating Hermès Scarf Artist Kermit Oliver

Across Texas, it has become the stuff of legend: An African-American postal worker ... Read more

The i List for April

Blinged Out Boots

You may have seen the incredible Swarovski-encrusted boots created by crystal artist Jacqi Bling on TV — they&#... Read more

The i List for March

A PIANIST’S PRIZED POSSESSIONS

It’s hard to believe the world lost Van Cliburn just over one year... Read more

The i List for February

ONE ARTIST, TWO CITIES

In 1986 when Marla Price first arrived in Fort Worth for her new assignment as curat... Read more

The i List for January

FORTY AND FABULOUS

Fashion Fair cosmetics turned 40 last year, and the celebration is just getting started.... Read more

Things We Love for November

FORCEFUL TIES

Love Star Wars, you do? Show your dedication to the Rebel... Read more

Things we Love for October

LITTLE RED WASP LIVES UP TO BUZZ

Downtown Fort Worth’s Main Street has been swarming with culinary com... Read more