Readers’ Favorite Home Stores in Dallas
It’s Travel & Escapes month on Apartment Therapy, and if you live in Dallas, we’re looking for some great shopping recommendations in your area. Design stores, amazing local grocers, garden shops, green boutiques, tech stores, the whole shebang. If it’s related to the home and it’s a source our readers love, we want to know about it!
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DALLAS SHOPS ON OUR RADAR
We’ve already got a few shops on our list, so we welcome any comments, updates, corrections or first-hand experiences you’ve had with these sources.
- 20C Design: Their collection of vintage-inspired decorative objects is a great place to look for bell jars and glass domes, baskets, unique tabletop pieces and elegant furnishings.
- Lula B’s Antique Mall: Retro furniture, eclectic accessories, and whatever falls under their label of “cool stuff for cool people.”
- Century Modern: A great online resource for mid-century furniture with an offline 5,000 square foot warehouse that’s fully stocked with vintage pieces.
- Haven: A well curated collection of tabletop, glassware, and accessories in the West Village.
- Sputnik Modern: Vintage pieces by A-list mid-century designers.
- Forty Five Ten: Decorative objects and tabletop by Heath Ceramics, John Derian, Martha Sturdy, as well as clothing and lifestyle stuff. They’re celebrating their 10-year anniversary in Dallas this year.
- Collage 20th Century Classics: From their site: “Abby and Wlodek Malowanczyk have been in Dallas, Texas since 1990 and display their range of collectable pieces in an 8,500 square foot space in the Dallas Design District where clients come from around the world to add special items to their collections.”
- Vinya: Vintage consignment pieces and high-end designer lines, from Holly Hunt to Mid-C heavy hitters.
- La Mariposa: Full of kitschy Southwestern decor, as well as some really Mexican imports, including Otomi bedspreads and Talavera mirrors.