We know Dallas is the shopping mecca of the South, but that doesn’t stop at Steve Madden and Stella McCartney. Dallasites understand the importance of being a work of art while living in one, so it’s no surprise we have our fair share of home decor and interior design stores popping up practically everyday to help us articulate our abodes. Here are a few chic faves.
You’ve basically got all your bases covered at Nest. With their retro/modern collections of everything from couches to chandeliers, a gallery featuring a rotation of great art, hand-crafted, eco-friendly accents and gifts, exclusive merchandise lines and in-house design specialists boasting LEED AP credentials, there won’t be a single room not practically and stylishly cared for.
Nest, 6731 Snider Plaza, 214-373-4444, www.nestdallas.com
Stacy Hyde on Henderson is anything but a stark, bare museum-ish store. A self-proclaimed wife, mother, traveler and pet owner, Stacy Hyde works to fill her boutique with functional, eye-pleasing pieces, like monogrammed overstuffed pillows, comfy white couches and soft, gorgeous fabrics. Hyde has a talent for taking simple, muted pieces and adding a sophisticated artistic flair.
Stacy Hyde, 2933 N. Henderson Ave, 214-370-4933
The word at Positive Space is modernism. As the official US dealer of SixInch, along with several other Belgium lines such as Extremis and Mamagreen, Positive Space may not showcase a ton of designers but what they do offer are hand selected pieces known for their creative, extraordinary appearance and their durable, eco-friendly craftsmanship. If you’re looking for a way to decorate the outside of your home, this is your store.
Positive Space, 1729 Irving Blvd, Suite 101, 214-749-1080, positivespacestore.com
Mody and Mody
Situated in the design district, Mody and Mody carries some of the most luxurious European home design lines available, like B&B Italia and Swedish Kasthall, to create unique, gorgeous spaces that give a classic and timeless aesthetic to any architectural creation. Case in point: The stately Kessler Park home in Oak Cliff.
Mody and Mody, 1617 Hi Line Dr., Suite 150 and 190, 214-520-0334, www.modyandmody.com
Recently opened Fendi Casa is destined to be a go-to spot for the discerning homeowners of Dallas, for those who were anxiously awaiting its arrival and those who will be pleased to discover it in the future. And, while no one is outright saying you’re label-obsessed, you do know it will be difficult to ignore that adorable Fendi insignia patched on to all your new pieces.
Fendi Casa, 1617 Hi-Line Dr., Suite 240, 214-760-9111, www.fendi.com