Home Decor in Freeway

Vintage Clothing, Accessories, and Home Decor at Replay On 19th Street (50% Off). Two Options Available.

Replay On 19th Street

Greater Heights

$30 $15

Sort through stock spanning from the Victorian Era to the 1980s, including more than 1,000 purses, vintage hats and shoes, and jewelry

South Asian Bowls, Vases, and Art at Kekos (50% Off). Two Options Available.



$40 $20

Beautifully crafted wooden bowls, vases, and art pieces imported from countries such as Thailand, Indonesia, and Borneo

$100 or $300 Toward Furnishing at FurnitureBasix (Up to 51% Off)



$100 $49

Elegant pieces for dining rooms, home offices, bedrooms, and living rooms

$39 for $100 Worth of Custom Framing at Creative Framing & Mirrors

Creative Framing & Mirrors

Multiple Locations

$100 $39

Artisans craft custom frames from more than 2,000 material selections

One 18"x24" or 24"x36" Removable and Reusable Photo-to-Fabric Print from TradeWinds Kites (Up to 53% Off)

TradeWinds Kites


$99 $49

Photo-to-fabric prints display vibrant shots on a high-quality canvas that can be hung inside or outside using an attached adhesive

$5 for $10 Worth of Antiques — Antique Pickers

Antique Pickers


$10 $5

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

Wood Furnishings at The Old Galveston Trading Company (50% Off). Two Options Available.

The Old Galveston Trading Company


$20 $10

Wooden benches, sculptures, and hutches carved from Indonesian teak

Home Decor and Furniture at The Naked Mermaid (50% Off)

The Naked Mermaid


$20 $10

Sea-inspired boutique brims with furniture and decor such as clocks and wall hangings—many of which are crafted by local artisans

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The shelves at Arlene's Apparels & More; A 1st & 2nd Hand Store teem with an ever-changing array of jewelry, handbags, housewares, and clothing for babies, children, women, and men. The small, but well stocked consignment shop's inventory changes constantly as items arrive; recent new arrivals have included turquoise bracelets, brown straw sun hats, and pink leather jackets, as well as items from brands such as Coach, Michael Kors, and Martha Stewart.

7701 Bellfort Ave. #7

We are a custom framing and printing warehouse shop that offers quality work for wholesale prices.

3204 Polk St

Founded in 1964, Houston Antiques Dealers Association is just shy of antique status itself. The organization tirelessly promotes the exchange of beautiful, storied goods through its biannual shows, which gather many international antiques dealers and designers together and provide a portion of proceeds to many local charities.

Because the vendors sell thousands of wares?everything from vintage jewelry to heirloom china to antique robot vacuum cleaners?the show can be somewhat overwhelming. That's why the association encourages visitors to attend shows held throughout the year to learn more about antiques and gain the confidence to make informed purchases. Of course, HADA also makes sure its vendors possess a suitable level of expertise, display plenty of enthusiasm, and regularly don a thick coat of dust.

1001 Avenida De Las Americas

$10,000. That's what creativity and innovation can get you at Texas Contemporary Art Fair. Each year, judges award that sum?and the Texas Contemporary Award?to one of the exhibited artists.

It's no easy decision, since the fair showcases more than 70 art galleries and the artists all look at the judges with such big, hopeful eyes. A trip across the convention floor or into the history of fairs past reveals works of sculpture, paintings, and other media from both established and emerging contemporary artists. Some come from Texas, while others arrive from New York, San Francisco, and other cities.

1001 Avenida De Las Americas

Most popular offering: Unusual beads and unique handmade jewelry

Reservations/Appointments: Optional

Good for Kids: Yes

Established: 2010

Staff Size: 2?10 people

Parking: Parking lot

Handicap Accessible: Yes

Q&A with Judy Masliyah, Owner

What sets your business apart from your competition?

We create jewelry and clothing right there in the shop. Our inventory is unique and often one-of-a-kind.

What was the inspiration for starting this business?

I have been making clothes and jewelry for over 25 years, as well as collecting unusual objects. I wanted to put all my passions and interests into one place.

What is the best reaction you?ve ever gotten from a customer?

My customers often become friends.

What?s your favorite part about your job?

Interacting with all kinds of people.

3622 Main St

Art can foster a sense of community and inspire social change. It is this belief that drives artists Reginald and Rhonda Adams, who founded Museum of Cultural Arts, Houston in 1999 when they noticed a lack of community participation in the arts. Using their vibrant center as a springboard, the couple and their staff have brought art programs to more than 30 public schools and 15,000 underserved youth, helping the youngsters unleash their innate creativity and heighten their social awareness. Within the museum, rotating exhibits, such as May’s Queens of Creativity Mother Earth Exhibition, carry pertinent social messages such as the importance of calling Earth’s core on Mother’s Day. Community projects such as a recent mural painting for a school and collaborations with the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society help carry out the museum’s mission as a vehicle for expression.

908 Wood St