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The 18 Best Home Furnishings Stores in Dallas/Fort Worth

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Furniture is as subjective as clothing, we know that. And while some people like mid-century modern and others favor crop tops (yes, and, um, no), assembled here is nonetheless our first Racked Dallas 18 featuring the area's best home-goods stores. Agree or agree to disagree, consider this list a conversation-starter—much like that "interesting" red couch you've got over there in the corner of your living room.


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With an eclectic mix of merchandise that neither skews male or female, the shop is a must-visit for those looking for funky fixtures in, yes, Funkytown.
Owners Scott Alexander and Heather Wiese-Alexander have amassed quite the following for their odds-and-ends, art-centric space which features gifts, furniture and home accents.

Grange Hall

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Since 2004, owners Rajan Patel and Jeffrey Lee's lavish shop has boasted an exquisite collection of home décor, jewelry, handbags, apothecary and other opulent oddities.

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Neighborhood's vision is to bring high-end design to everyone, but with affordable prices. A mix of home furnishings, accessories, custom art and curiosities await, as does a staff with years of experience in architecture and interior design.

Again & Again

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A warehouse full of vintage furniture makes Again & Again a go-to spot for nostalgic nesters. The store takes service one step further by transforming its vintage pieces into super-stylish "modern" looks at the whim of clients.

Cantoni

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Cantoni began in a strip-center in the early '80s in North Dallas and now has five showrooms in three states, all offering decidedly modern furniture and superior design services.

Timothy Oulton

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Looking to accent your living space with British curios? Look no further than Timothy Oulton, the two-year-old showroom with a military flair and an inherent affection for British heritage; each Timothy Oulton piece is inspired by the past, but features a modern twist.

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What began as a small business that sold treasures from around the world has now grown to a massive warehouse—and "fixture" among those in-the-know—that specializes in home and garden furnishings, apparel, gifts and jewelry.

IBB Design Fine Furnishing

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Once an interior design solo effort from designer Beth Rafferty, the business is now a 40,000-square-foot fine furnishings store and design resource center staffed by seventeen professional designers. With an emphasis on a bright palette, the store offers a diverse mix of name-brand home furnishings and accessories hand-selected by their design staff from markets around the world.
Established in 1989 as a showcase of fine design and furniture, SMINK offers modern Italian furnishings and emphasizes art such as Rina Menardi pottery, Ivan Baj hand-blown glass, and Haubert and Baj’s Avec textiles.

Scott + Cooner

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With an intuitive devotion to function, line, color and balance, Scott+Cooner began as the brainchild of Lloyd Scott and Josy Cooner in May 1995. The store's classic-yet-modern decor draws on the owners' training in architecture and interior design respectively; they offer over 30 years of combined design experience.

The Wooden House

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The Wooden House creates distinguished interiors with well-crafted, high-value furnishings and accessories at prices you can afford. You'll discover rare, far-flung global finds and a massive collection of accessories ranging from custom lighting to textiles, candles and even greeting cards.
This hip, vintage-modern venue features a carefully edited collection of mid-century furniture and accessories.

Sputnik Modern

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Sputnik Modern, the upscale sister store to Form, offers a well-curated collection of 20th-century art and design in some 6,500 square feet. Think credenzas by Edward Wormley for Dunbar, early classic chairs by Hans Wegner and T.H. Robsjohn-Gibbings, and table lamps by Damon Giffard.
This Richardson shop is a funky showroom of mid-century and '70s finds.

Mid2Mod

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Mid 2 Mod sells vintage modern furniture, lighting and decorative items from 20th-century designers, as well as more contemporary sources.

Antiques Moderne

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This 20,000-square-foot vintage wonderland is part-consignment, part-showroom, and all good.

Mecox Gardens

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With eight locations across the country, this emporium features fine home and garden furnishings, from one-of-a-kind antiques to classic Mecox designs.

Wrare

With an eclectic mix of merchandise that neither skews male or female, the shop is a must-visit for those looking for funky fixtures in, yes, Funkytown.

Nest

Owners Scott Alexander and Heather Wiese-Alexander have amassed quite the following for their odds-and-ends, art-centric space which features gifts, furniture and home accents.

Grange Hall

Since 2004, owners Rajan Patel and Jeffrey Lee's lavish shop has boasted an exquisite collection of home décor, jewelry, handbags, apothecary and other opulent oddities.

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Neighborhood's vision is to bring high-end design to everyone, but with affordable prices. A mix of home furnishings, accessories, custom art and curiosities await, as does a staff with years of experience in architecture and interior design.

Again & Again

A warehouse full of vintage furniture makes Again & Again a go-to spot for nostalgic nesters. The store takes service one step further by transforming its vintage pieces into super-stylish "modern" looks at the whim of clients.

Cantoni

Cantoni began in a strip-center in the early '80s in North Dallas and now has five showrooms in three states, all offering decidedly modern furniture and superior design services.

Timothy Oulton

Looking to accent your living space with British curios? Look no further than Timothy Oulton, the two-year-old showroom with a military flair and an inherent affection for British heritage; each Timothy Oulton piece is inspired by the past, but features a modern twist.

Wisteria Dallas

What began as a small business that sold treasures from around the world has now grown to a massive warehouse—and "fixture" among those in-the-know—that specializes in home and garden furnishings, apparel, gifts and jewelry.

IBB Design Fine Furnishing

Once an interior design solo effort from designer Beth Rafferty, the business is now a 40,000-square-foot fine furnishings store and design resource center staffed by seventeen professional designers. With an emphasis on a bright palette, the store offers a diverse mix of name-brand home furnishings and accessories hand-selected by their design staff from markets around the world.

SMINK

Established in 1989 as a showcase of fine design and furniture, SMINK offers modern Italian furnishings and emphasizes art such as Rina Menardi pottery, Ivan Baj hand-blown glass, and Haubert and Baj’s Avec textiles.

Scott + Cooner

With an intuitive devotion to function, line, color and balance, Scott+Cooner began as the brainchild of Lloyd Scott and Josy Cooner in May 1995. The store's classic-yet-modern decor draws on the owners' training in architecture and interior design respectively; they offer over 30 years of combined design experience.

The Wooden House

The Wooden House creates distinguished interiors with well-crafted, high-value furnishings and accessories at prices you can afford. You'll discover rare, far-flung global finds and a massive collection of accessories ranging from custom lighting to textiles, candles and even greeting cards.

Form

This hip, vintage-modern venue features a carefully edited collection of mid-century furniture and accessories.

Sputnik Modern

Sputnik Modern, the upscale sister store to Form, offers a well-curated collection of 20th-century art and design in some 6,500 square feet. Think credenzas by Edward Wormley for Dunbar, early classic chairs by Hans Wegner and T.H. Robsjohn-Gibbings, and table lamps by Damon Giffard.

Vieux

This Richardson shop is a funky showroom of mid-century and '70s finds.

Mid2Mod

Mid 2 Mod sells vintage modern furniture, lighting and decorative items from 20th-century designers, as well as more contemporary sources.