5 Shops And Showrooms Popping Up In Texas


High-end interiors names are budding across Texas this spring, with an array of shops and showrooms perfect for the design-minded consumers.

Now that Brian Bolke moved his Forty Five Ten boutique to Dallas, in its original location he opened For Home (4510 McKinney Ave.), filled with furnishings from locals including Forty Five Ten Creative Director Rob Dailey, who is heading the store, and Emily Summers, whose Gondola sofa is shown.

A few blocks away is an expanded Coco & Dash (2815 N. Henderson Ave.), which now has an elegant work space for designers and even more product.

Holland & Sherry (5120 Woodway Dr., Suite 120) has taken up room in the Decorative Center Houston.

The city is also home to the second Texas showroom of German-made kitchen brand Leicht (3951 San Felipe St.).

And in Austin, newcomer Reclaimed Wood ATX (2505 E. 6th St.) lets clients purchase materials, furnishings crafted of repurposed woods and custom pieces.