The life of a professional hockey player means moving at the drop of a puck, but retired two-time NHL All-Star Jason Arnott is now settled in Dallas with his wife, Dina, and their two kids, Chase, 12, and Lola, 6. Drafted as a 19-year-old to the Edmonton Oilers, Jason played for the Dallas Stars for four years and was eager to return to the city’s warm weather and devoted sports fans. The Canadian couple built an 8,100-square-foot home designed by award-winning local architecture firm Stocker Hoesterey Montenegro. Dina, who attended the Parsons School of Design for urban planning and interior design, describes the home’s look as “rock star … with family. A Mick Jagger-style Brit estate with lush English gardens, floral wallpaper and contemporary art.”
Click through to see the space designed by Michelle Lloyd Bermann and Christine Ralphs of Toronto’s Lloyd Ralphs Design.
Author: Wendy Jacob
House & Home November 2016
Michelle Lloyd Bermann and Christine Ralphs, Lloyd Ralphs Design