Although there are hundreds of trends we could highlight from our Dallas trip, I’m going to wrap up my experience today. Maybe Debs will highlight some trends that made an impression on her later.
Nautical inspired decor is still big. Actually, bigger then I expected. Coral, seashells, and marine-life were everywhere. I’m not a big fan of this trend… are you?
There’s not much to say about this trend. It is everywhere and it appeared in even the most traditional showcases. Industrial work stools, Tolix chairs, burlap ottomans, egg basket wire pendants, and metal baskets-Oh MY!
These are a few of the random items I snapped with my iPhone at Dallas. I must admit that the masks were my favorite…
Now, no trip is complete without some thrifting and antiquing. Down the road (1/2 mile) from the Market Center, where all interior designers and retail store owners shop, is a strip of antique stores. It’s the perfect location for antique stores… after all, aren’t we all looking for the unique? On our last day in Dallas, we spent some time browsing these antique stores that had been teasing us all week.
These are the only shots I got with my phone! Found & Lost antiques was such a great way to end the weekend. The self-proclaimed “Two shops… One great idea” was indeed that. If only I had more room in my suitcase.