Beautifully appointed-homes are a point of pride for affluent Dallasites. With some of the best in architectural and design firms to choose from, Dallas home-owners are a discerning bunch.
Professionals and amateur enthusiasts alike look to showrooms for inspiration, and Dallas has an incredible array of ateliers, as well as entire districts devoted to art and design. So where do Dallas’ tastemakers start when designing a home’s interior? Take a look at our list of the Top 5 Luxury Showrooms in Dallas:
Jan Showers & Associates
1308 Slocum Street
Jan Showers’ showroom is tasteful and classic. Photo by Stephen Karlisch for Veranda.com
Jan Showers & Associates is located appropriately in Dallas’ Design District. Her showroom is brimming with antiques from around the world, from French furnishings to Venetian Murano glass. Jan Showers also offers design services, and she and her curated pieces work to to create a comfortable yet luxurious interior.
1329 Slocum Street
Sputnik Modern specializes in Mid-Mod design elements. Image via @sputnik_modern.
After you visit Jan Showers’ showroom, stop in to Sputnik Modern. Also found on trendy Slocum Street, Sputnik Modern is a one-stop-shop for all things Mid Century Modern. Furnishings, art pieces, lighting, and more await decorators with an eye to 20th century design.
Nick Brock Antiques
2909 North Henderson Avenue
Nick Brock Antiques is Dallas’ premier destination for Old World pieces. Photo by Dan Piassick via Veranda.com
Nick Brock Antiques has been Dallas’ premier purveyor of luxury antiques since 1989. With a collection spanning the 16th through 20th centuries, this well-loved shop is a resource destination for interior designers and collectors from all over the world.
Ceylon et Cie
1319 Dragon Street
Ceylon et Cie will cure your Wanderlust.
Photo courtesy of Michelle Nussbaumer.
Ceylon Et Cie is the opulent province of interior designer Michelle Nussbaumer. Located in the Arts District, this showroom is bursting with global designs rich in color and texture. The well-traveled Nussbaumer can help you create an interior that allows you to voyage to exotic locales from the comfort of your home. Oh, and did we mention that she’s Goop-approved?
1025 North Stemmons Freeway #250
James Showroom in the Design District is a textile aficionado’s dream. Image courtesy of James Showroom.
Yet another gorgeous Design District showroom, James is particularly esteemed for its incredible haute fabric lines. Designer Meredith Ellis opened her first showroom in Austin in 2015, and now has locations in Houston and Dallas. that first opened in Austin in 2015. With eclectic lighting fixtures, furniture, and signature fabrics and wall coverings, James showcases a design that is uniquely Texas.
Dallas is Design
From architecture to fashion to interiors, Dallas has been at the forefront of contemporary design for decades, and we’re not slowing down yet! Visit these and other incredible showrooms to get your Dallas home AD -ready.