The pop-up shop Thrift Studio has opened inside the Dallas Design Center for a 30-day sale, with proceeds benefitting Dwell With Dignity. Here, one can peruse art, furniture and room vignettes created by the likes of Michelle Nussbaumer, Wisteria, Cadwallader Design, The Container Store, Horchow, Melissa Woody Interiors and even the folks from Austin’s Uncommon Objects, who arranged a Marburger Farm-style space with antiques one would find at Round Top. Proceeds from the open-to-the-public sale of these stellar furnishings — culled from designers, showrooms and shops such as David Sutherland Showroom, ID Collection, Antiques Moderne, Global Views, Emily Summers, Jan Showers and Laura Lee Clark — facilitate Dwell with Dignity’s mission of installing home interiors
via decorators and volunteers for families struggling with homelessness and poverty. Drop by Tuesday through Saturday, 10 am to 5:30 pm, and Sunday, noon to 5 pm, before the shop shutters on May 12. (The tony Culp Associates is its anchor neighbor and supporter.) 1250 Slocum St., Suite 550, 214.599.7974; thriftstudio.com.
IMAGE: Dwell With Dignity Thrift Studio. Photo by Lance Selgo.