Get Shopping At These Dallas + Fort Worth Showrooms


colorful glassware on shelves

Brian Hutson Photography / Courtesy Sundance Square

Inspired by antiquing trips owner Stephanie Summerson Hall took with her paternal grandmother, Estelle Colored Glass arrives in Fort Worth with its 1,800-square-foot showroom at Sundance Square (112 East 4th Street). As the company’s largest Texas space, with 70 percent of its massive inventory on view, it’s a vibrant explosion of color and light.

black chandelier

Photo Courtesy Made Goods

Coming soon in Dallas (1518 Slocum Street), Made Goods’ larger 11,500-square-foot showroom will better showcase its ever-growing product line of indoor and outdoor furniture, lighting and décor. The space will additionally house the entire Ardmore Home Design family of brands, including Pigeon & Poodle, Blue Pheasant and Thucassi. 

wall of paint swatches

Photo Courtesy Kevin Brown

Eco-friendly British paint and wallpaper company Farrow & Ball has debuted in the Dallas Design District (1301 Oak Lawn Avenue, Suite 150). “Dallas has a rich tradition of appreciating great design, so we are truly excited to be expanding our showroom network in North America by opening in the Lone Star State,” says Farrow & Ball president Paul Colley.