The 5 Best Places to Shop for Home Decor in Dallas

Tired of pinning, liking and bookmarking furniture that’s out of your area code or out of your budget? Whether you need a complete makeover or just a little sprucing up for the holiday season, these home decor stores will will take your Dallas apartment to the next level.


The Loveliest, 2417 Mahon St.; 214-484-7376 or

Preppy striped pillows and pom-pom-trimmed table runners are features at Uptown’s newest home-decor boutique. Get lost in the swatch-filled walls and custom-designed monograms while picturing what you need next in your bedroom.


Arteriors, 1413 Dragon St.; 214-760-1741 or

The internationally acclaimed lighting design firm recently opened a brick-and-mortar shop on Dragon Street in the Design District. I’m in awe of their extraordinary chandeliers and charming pendants.


Anteks Curated, 4004 Villanova St.; 214-706-6983 or

Owner Jason Lenox has been styling rustic homes from Dallas to Denver to for years, but he recently opened a small, artisan-based store at The Plaza that includes unusual and one-of-a-kind pieces. Think hand-blown glassware and larger-than-life prints of the Lone Ranger, all perfect for that ranch-style home deep in the heart of Texas.


Nest, 4524 McKinney Ave.; 214-373-4444  or

From Missoni throws to Tom Dixon vases, you’ll have a hard time not wanting to feather your entire house with everything from this aptly named Knox neighborhood shop.


Mecox, 4532 Cole Ave.; 214-580-3800 or

A taste of the Hamptons in landlocked Texas. That’s the best way to describe Mecox. Soft blues, white-washed pine, and seagrass.


Interior decorating is subjective. Agree or agree to disagree, consider this list a conversation-starter—much like that “interesting” green couch you’ve got over there in the corner of your living room. Share your favorites in the comments below.

Amy Johnson

is UDR’s budding social media guru, and has been instrumental in constructing the brand’s content strategy. After graduating from University of Colorado- Boulder, she started working for UDR as a marketing intern. When she isn’t perusing the web for the perfect pins and Facebook posts, she can be found hiking somewhere with her dog Rory.

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