Need a reason to shop? How about 20 million of them? That’s how much money the Partners Card, the annual fundraiser for The Family Place, has raised to help support survivors of family violence since its inception 30 years ago.
For the uninitiated, here’s how it works: For $75, shoppers can purchase a card to save 20 percent at over 700 area retailers — and at the same time, provide one night of safety for victims of abuse. Win-win.
The timing is especially opportune. The annual event, which runs from Oct. 28 to Nov. 6, comes just in time to get your home spruced up for the holidays or make a dent in your gift list.
Participants run the gamut, from apparel and electronics to health, beauty, and spa. Read on for our picks of some of the best in the home furnishings arena.
This Dallas Design District showroom features European antiques, fabric and leather upholstery, and the brand’s custom ACQ collection, a line of top-quality Italian reproductions. The mix of old and new also includes lighting, accent tables, and accessories.
Another DDD staple, this family-owned business is a treasure chest for versatile, one-of-a-kind furnishings and home décor. We especially love the amazing architectural elements — think arches, doors, ceilings, and marble and stone panels.
Go big … and then go home. This award-winning, 90,000-square-foot North Dallas emporium offers a diverse mix of designer and luxury home goods. The real draw is the availability of hands-on interior design assistance. Business owners are designers Shay Geyer and Beth Rafferty.
Arhaus was founded in 1986 on a simple premise: Furniture and décor should be sustainably sourced, lovingly made, and built to last. Along with artisan-made, heirloom-quality pieces, the NorthPark Center showroom is a mecca for high-style, seasonal collections for inside and outside the home.
A CandysDirt.com favorite, this East Dallas gift and lifestyle boutique is chock full of goods designed to inspire and uplift. Check Talulah & Hess on Instagram for new arrivals like this chic Everlasting candle.
This Knox Henderson shop combines California style with a passion for great design. The idea is that home should be a welcoming oasis — a place to retreat, gather, and live well every day.
This North Dallas consignment store calls itself “a different kind of shopping experience.” The constantly rotating stock keeps it interesting.
Long-time fans of the brand might not know a brick-and-mortar store is at Legacy West. Find everything you need to create a home “you’ll love to live in” — think furniture and accessories, holiday décor, outdoor furnishings, and what just might be the greatest pool floats.
For almost 20 years, this Highland Park Village institution has been a go-to for its expertly edited assortment of gifts and decorative items. Tasteful findings are from around the country and the world — including New York City’s renowned Madison Avenue.
This DDD showroom wins for the most intriguing tagline: “We Scout. We Design. And most importantly—We’re not for everyone. Neither are you.” Expect to find an eclectic assortment of new and vintage furniture, artwork, lighting, and home accessories from around the globe.
The mid-century modern selection in this Lovers Lane store is off the charts. Case in point: architect Jan Bocan’s Czech Embassy chairs. Also find super cool art, accessories, lighting, and more.
Purchase your Partners Card online or at select retailers.