September 2017 Lifestyle Letter

Dear OKC Lifestyle readers, Thank you for the great response to the August issue! I received quite a few calls, emails and text messages as it hit mailboxes last month. OKC Lifestyle is different than any other publication in this area, and many of you noticed that, and I am thrilled.

Industry Expert

Knowledge is power. Win Shelton stresses the need for customers to understand their insurance plans. After all, if a customer is going to pay thousands of dollars for a product, that customer should understand it.

A Room with a View

Style. It transcends, transforms and often morphs into another more youthful version of itself. Whether comparing the latest styles of pants, shoes or, in this case, home décor, one thing is certain: Style can transform something very ordinary into something extraordinary. Style is the perfect outward expression of a person without having to use words. It forces an instant reaction…

Something Old, Something New

What started as a side project in Todd Miller’s garage has become a full-fledged business. Back in the day, Todd spent his days working for someone else, only to come home from work to transition into parent mode for bath time for his two sons, only to transition into entrepreneur mode when his sons’ heads hit their pillows.

Get the Look

This midcentury modern dining room is inviting and fresh. You can obtain the same look with these pieces.

Excellence in Design Right in Our Backyard

Some of the most beautiful home designs in Edmond, Oklahoma City and the surrounding areas are credited to our featured home designer for this issue: Brent Gibson Classic Home Design. Brent Gibson, the founder, has been designing homes for more than 40 years. He established Brent Gibson Classic Home Design Headquarters in Edmond some 27 years ago and the building…

September 2017 Around Town

Oklahoma City will mark the 16th anniversary of the September 11 attacks. At 7 a.m. on Monday, September 11, Tinker Air Force Base will host the fourth annual Tinker 9/11 Memorial Ruck & Run. The first 1,500 people to register will receive a commemorative dry-fit shirt and coin. Run it solo or put a team together! The entire Tinker community…