Go on a Treasure Hunt at These DFW Antique Shops
If you're searching for a conversation piece, head to one of the antique stores around our Dallas high rise apartments. The shops offer items over 100 years old, and if these items could talk, they would have plenty of stories to tell.
Forestwood Antique Mall
With over 200 dealers, it's no wonder that Forestwood is a popular antique destination. Small treasures fill more than 70 cases, while the larger ones line the aisles. The pieces come from around the world, and the knowledgeable dealers can answer any questions. Choices include colorful paintings, table lamps, and Victorian furniture.
Forestwood is also the home of the Garden Tea Room. It's open daily for lunch and has become a tradition among the mall's regulars. Meals include hamburgers, blackened tilapia, and grilled pimento cheese sandwiches. For dessert, try a slice of the famous strawberry cake.
Nestled in the Design District, Lula B's is bursting with antiques. There are dozens of vendors, and D Magazine recognizes the shop for featuring the best vintage and antique furniture. With an ever-changing selection, every visit offers a treasure hunt. Shoppers appreciate the well-lit space, and the varied selection has something for everyone. Items may include dressers, chairs, and antique signs.
Red Shed Cottage Chic Antiques
Red Shed offers the atmosphere of a French country flea market. It's found inside an old cottage and is where shoppers find one-of-a-kind furnishings. Owners Jolly and McKechnie opened the store after scouring flea markets from New York to Paris. They still visit France, and D Magazine calls the Red Shed "one of the coolest places to shop in the burbs."
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