Hi, friends – Dallasites101 here gearing up for the holiday season! While we are still picking out decor, we couldn’t help but wonder who else is also looking for some extra holiday sparkle! Department and chain stores sell out of their items so quickly and there are so many local shops offering special decor you won’t find anywhere else that could use the support this year. So, we’ve compiled some of them to get your Dallas decor shopping list started!
Accurately named as Texas’ #1 Christmas store, Decorator’s Warehouse in Arlington boasts 60,000 square feet of Christmas decor that literally deserves a day trip to visit! They’ve been honing the Christmas spirit since 1989 and have specified sections for items like trees, lights, ornaments, nutcrackers, and more! It’s a lot to take in and whatever theme you have in mind, you’re sure to find the perfect fit from the endless styles of holiday decor found inside. They’ll be offering 20% off their website and store until Christmas!
Add a little color to your holiday! The cutest little pink & femme women’s boutique can be found in Bishop Arts and has added an inventory of Christmas decor to the usual stylish lineup. Their whimsy trees with their bright pops of color provide vibrant inspo for the decor they offer from ornaments, holiday candles, pillows, and drinkware in various colors & schemes to suit your personalized style!
The go-to for all things mod and poignantly styled, All Good Things’ stationery and gift shop offers a select product line for the holidays and we are obsessed! The ornaments range from simple and modern to more sleek and classic plus some pretty Texas options like a glistening pickle or cowboy hat. The most popular though is an ornament of Santa wearing a face mask! Top it off with some delicious smelling candles, festive tea towels, drinkware, and a darling Mr. Kringle ceramic candle that holds matches inside the top of his hat.
If it’s trees, garlands, wreaths, or festive holiday plants that you’re seeking, Ruibal’s is a one-stop-shop for all your live plant needs with a killer view of the skyline to add a magical holiday vibe! Christmas trees of all shapes and sizes await their new homes and they’ll even flock and deliver. They also offer some of the most cost-effective and gorgeous poinsettias to add an extra holiday touch to your home.
If you haven’t been to Favor The Kind it’s like walking into a trove of thoughtfully curated treasures and now holiday decor is added to the mix. Festive holiday mats are just one of the new additions and are just as cute as the year-round home decor like Santa winking, cute pillows, stylish stockings, and adorable garlands. If you’re into sassy holiday decor, they have just the goods for you from a Happy Holla Days pillow, cheeky ornaments, and tea towels!
It’s a Christmas tree and poinsettia wonderland at Walton’s Garden Center but if you head inside there’s more Christmas festive decor to be had in their gift store! In fact, they’re offering an 8 Days of Christmas sale where every day holds a new special like 40% off select Christmas decor and 40% off candles! It’s a great excuse for some decor for yourself and to gift! From darling ornaments, household decorations, tableware, and the cutest knick-knacks!
Curiosities Antiques shop of unique finds can also be a great spot for one of a kind Christmas decor. Why are their items one of a kind, you might ask? Because vintage always wins in the unique department! We recently visited and couldn’t resist the distinctive holiday light bulbs that came in all sizes and colors, and the eclectic ornaments. You’ll also find an array of vintage Santa figurines, some that even light up, along with all kinds of nutcrackers, trees, and stockings that will give your home an air of nostalgia this year!
Written by Lily & Kara of Dallasites101
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