Wisteria, a hometown Dallas favorite for 15 years, is moving from its longtime location across from Love Field to Inwood Village on Thursday, October 22. The new 7,000-square-foot home design store highlights Wisteria’s furniture and decoratives in a refined showroom setting, while a separate 15,000-square-foot outlet, set to open in November in Farmers Branch, will offer overstock and discontinued items.
Founded in 2000 by globetrotters Andrew and Shannon Newsom, Wisteria’s style is beloved for its mix of handmade exotic and organic furnishings, mirrors, rugs, artwork, lighting and tabletop accessories with French and Belgian-inspired slipcovered seating, clean-lined modern tables and consoles and furnishings with a Hollywood Regency bent. Favorites for fall include the Alton media console, a contemporary take on vintage Chinese design ($2,399), Quatrefoil folding screen in mango wood ($699), and the mid-century Egg table with gilt metal base topped by white marble ($499).
The company commits 10 percent of sales on the 10th of every month to children’s health and education worldwide through its Nonprofit Friends program — yet another reason to love this Dallas jewel. Wisteria, 5370 W. Lovers Lane, 214.350.3115; outlet, 13460 Midway Road, Farmers Branch.