Metro Furniture Show's founders started their now multimillion-dollar operation by selling mattresses out of their garage-turned-storefront. Today, they take on big-name furniture companies while staying true to their startup roots, outfitting homes with a wide range of furnishings that they sell for less than traditional retailers sell them.
Visitors the Metro Furniture Show find pieces suitable for all rooms of the home, from sleek leather sofa sets from Fossil and Soho to herds of pillow-top mattresses ideal for cushioning falls in the unlicensed amusement park in the backyard. Metro Furniture Show also outfits homes with appliances and electronics.
The family that owns and runs Me and My House consignment shop lines the shelves with an ample array of home furnishings, from small trinkets up to large furniture pieces. While gently used upscale furniture is the star of the showroom, shoppers will also find plenty of baubles and trinkets with which to festoon both body and home. These items include jewelry and clothing for adults, toys and sporting goods for children and teenagers, and dishes and hardware for around the home.
Before looking through the camera lens, the expert photographers at Picture People spend time getting to know their subjects and establishing a strategy for conveying their personalities in print. Then, film-ready clients pose in the bright camera room, airing teeth amid colorful backdrops and creative props. Following snapshots, subjects make their way to the selection station to choose their favorite poses from their session, which may be treated with sepia tones, color accents, and decorative borders to suit any wall, wallet, wallpaper pattern, or trophy walleye.
Picture People offers a variety of creative tips to help enhance mantel-dominating final results. The studio ensures satisfaction with a 100% guarantee on finished products.
Kitchen appliances, ornate candelabras, and other charming home essentials fill the many shelves of Marigold Houseware’s cozy boutique and online store. Imperial tea glasses and flower-dappled teapots team up with blue-tinged glass fruit bowls and platters from Walther to curate refined tablescapes. Soft-grip garlic presses squeeze out cloves in silhouettes of Julia Child, and pots of stainless steel heat colorful sauces to paint on fine china plates. Marigold Houseware's Judaica collection presents an artful take on religious wares, pairing elegant menorahs with Seder plates, Kiddush cups, and other Jewish table trappings.
Clique Custom Jewelry and Fine Art's selection includes traditional paintings and sculptures along with challenging contemporary pieces. The considerable taste of artist and jewelry designer Yael VanGruber fuels the studio, where she curates accessories and artwork that complement one another. Guests can peruse the collection, which includes Italian glass jewelry, pearls, scarves, designer bags, clothing, and shoes. She also collects healing stones, which she incorporates into her own pieces. She believes that the feel-good energies that radiate from these rocks can help their wearers feel more balanced and happy.
Situated in the heart of Dallas’ Design District, E Gallery Studios is a workspace for local artists as well as a creative facility where aspiring painters can attend workshops. E Gallery looks every inch the modern art studio, with large works of local art adorning the chocolate-hued walls. In addition to BYOB painting classes, the studio also hosts private painting parties for up to 45 participants. Visit the onsite frame shop for a custom frame for your masterpiece.