Upon entering the lovely 20-acre campus, you’ll be awestruck by the stone accented building with four stories of residential living apartments, each with their own balcony to enjoy views of Fort Worth’s sunrises or sunsets. Once inside, the décor pops with colors of rich blues, golds, and coppers, with complimenting wood tones that are highlighted by exquisite lighting features. The commons space is thoughtfully designed with an open concept that allows visual continuity throughout the space while maintaining a sense of intimacy within each area to allow for meaningful connections. Equally stunning is the artwork found throughout the building. Each piece was carefully selected to be colorful and texturally intriguing with many pieces giving a subtle nod to Fort Worth’s Cowtown roots. One of the most noteworthy art pieces hangs above the fireplace at the main entry by artist Rachel Dory, who the design team discovered on Main Street during Fort Worth’s annual art festival. She commissioned the one-of-a-kind piece specifically for Stevenson Oaks.