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Furniture Showrooms and Home Decor Stores in Dallas to Equip Your Apartment in Style [Editor’s Picks]

Considered as a long-term investment, buying furniture for your Dallas apartment sure is a challenging task. Those hooked on online shopping might say that anything in the world is only a few clicks away. However, for such a purchase, most people would rather go into various home décor stores and furniture showrooms and hard test every candidate. You’d want to make sure that whatever you choose – a sofa, a bed, a coffee table, or anything in between – not only fits your home, style, and budget, but it’s also sturdy and of excellent quality.

Researching for the trendiest hot spots in a big city like Dallas is a time-consuming task, but we’ve done the legwork for you. Whether you’ve got a big bucks to spend in a high-end showroom, or you’re aiming for budget-friendly acquisitions from a small boutique, keep reading to discover our selection of the best furniture stores in Dallas (arranged alphabetically):

Again and Again | 1202 N. Riverfront Blvd. Dallas, TX 75207

If you’ve got a soft spot for vintage furniture and embrace the idea of re-purposing, reusing &recycling, then Again&Again is your go-to place. This Design District warehouse, owned by Leslie Pritchard, showcases unique pieces of restyled furnishings along with some state-of-the-art décor items. You can even sell your quality furniture here, as they also operate a consignment-based business. Moreover, Again&Again’s team will help you turn your old-fashioned furniture into modern masterpieces, by providing upholstering, lacquering, and refinishing services.

American Freight Furniture-Mattress | 2964 W. Wheatland Rd. Dallas, TX 75237

On a mission to ensure that everyone affords a place to sit, sleep, and eat, American Freight prides itself in offering quality furniture and mattresses for lower prices. Their low operating costs are achieved by maintaining modest warehouses, like this one in Dallas. Here you’ll find a large variety of discount furniture from famous brands, such as Serta, Simmons, NordicRest, or Stewart&Hamilton. All furniture is brand new!

Anteks Home | 1135 Dragon St. Dallas, TX 752 07

Located at the corner of Dragon and Howell in the Dallas Design District, this showroom specializes in rustic and western style furniture, ranging from bedrooms, tables, ottomans, sofas, and chairs to patio pieces and accessories. The company has been around for 30 years, offering something quite different in style and furniture selection. They also provide design services, for both residential and commercial projects, all in their signature style. Make sure to read on about their expertise on rustic furniture on the Anteks Blog.

Arhaus | 8687 North Central Expressway Dallas, TX 75225 (Northpark Center)

The eclectic home furnishings retailer Arhaus opened its 24,000 sq. ft. Dallas store back in 2014 at Northpark Center. With a philosophy of “furnishing a better world”, they only use recycled natural resources and never use wood from endangered rain forests. Their one-of-a-kind handcrafted furniture varies from store to store – showcasing antiques from Indonesia and Paris next to handcrafted furniture by independent artisans all over the world. Here you’ll find Cherry, Elm, and other natural hardwood pieces, 100% organic cotton fabrics, natural stone tabletops, and true wrought iron beds.

Bailey’s Furniture | 3910 W. Camp Wisdon Dallas, TX 75237

What started out as an antique furniture store over 50 years ago is now a company proud to offer high-quality contemporary and traditional furniture, as well as accessories for residential and commercial locations. Besides the products, Bailey’s also features in-house design services – making sure they take care of their clients from start to finish. The diversity of furnishing options is inviting, so expect to find here anything you might need, from complete sets for every room, to single accessories and accents. Some of the brands they sell are Albany, Corinthian, Fairmont Designs, Najarian, Catnapper, and many more.

Bova Contemporary Furniture | 4490 Alpha Road Dallas, TX 75244

Bova was founded in Denmark in 1980, and just a year later it expanded to the US market, bringing the Scandinavian design into American homes. Today, the brand operates 7 stores, with one in Dallas, just 3 blocks west of Galleria. This contemporary furniture business offers high-quality European-style furniture, adapted to fit the American lifestyle. The range of products covers everything a home needs: bedrooms, dining- and living-room pieces, office furniture, lighting, accessories, and even outdoor furniture.

Cantoni | 4800 Alpha Road Dallas, TX 75244

Cantoni has been creating extraordinary furniture for over 30 years. Get inspiration from the blog and connect with one of their Dallas designers for a complimentary one-on-one consultation, to create the beautiful space you’ve always dreamed of. At Cantoni you can expect to find modern and contemporary home furnishings, art and accessories, lighting solutions, luxury mattresses, and everything else you need for a turnkey project.

Ethan Allen | 13920 Dallas Pwy Dallas, TX 75240

This high-end furniture company is one of the largest home furnishers in the US. It was founded in 1932, and operates more than 300 stores worldwide. They were one of the first retailers to offer gallery showrooms and free interior design services – which they continue to do today. Many of their exquisite pieces of furniture are designed and manufactured by skilled local craftsmen, in an endless variety of customization options. From classic to contemporary designs, you’ll discover beautiful collections of living room, dining room, and bedroom furniture, along with a variety of home décor items.

House | 7807 Inwood Rd. Dallas, TX 75209

The store is intended to be an extension of a dream home – where people can walk in, get inspired, talk to designers, and turn decorating their homes into a fun and easy project. In-store consultations are free, while in-home consultations (a rarity among furniture stores) are also available. All furniture inventory is hand-picked by owner Libby Haynes, or locally hand-crafted, offering a unique blend of style and comfort. “Chic easy living”, that’s what House is all about!

J. Douglas Design | 3301 Oak Lawn Ave. Dallas, TX

“Where Dallas goes for fine furniture”. Located in the upscale neighborhood of Turtle Creek, J. Douglas’ elegant 10,000 sq.ft. showroom impresses with a state-of-art selection of high-end furnishings and accessories. Luxury is at home here. J. Douglas himself hand picks every item that is displayed. The lavish furnishings are selected from all over the world. They are the exclusive retailer of Marge Carson home furnishings, also featuring fine brands like Maitland-Smith, Taylor King, Caracole, and Nathan Antony. In addition, you can find exquisite home accessories, artwork, lighting, and other décor items.

Nadeau – Furniture with a Soul | 1128 Longpoint Ave Dallas, TX 75247

Nadeau Furniture Dallas
Image via Nadeau – Furniture with a Soul

Founded in 1991 by Tom Nadeau, Furniture with a Soul is a family-owned company that operates 35 stores around the country. Although they keep growing, part of their philosophy is to remain anchored in the neighborhoods where their stores are located. Tom and his wife Angel scour the globe to bring timeless pieces at unbeatable prices into American homes, as they believe that great furniture should be affordable to everyone. Their furniture is made of solid wood, unique and handcrafted – something off the beaten paths of lifestyle stores or large chains. From industrial to rustic, and from traditional to modern – they’ve got it all. Check out their Blog with a Soul for design inspiration.

Quatrine | 5370 W. Lovers Lane, Suite 318 Dallas, TX 75204

Customizing your furniture has never been easier! Having become the industry’s standard for slipcovered and upholstered furniture, Quatrine curates a beautiful collection of luxury furniture for the most refined tastes. Clients can customize their bedrooms, living room or dining room furniture, by choosing from over 40 different furniture styles and from 450 selections of rich fabrics, ribbons, and welting options. Home décor items – like decorative pillows, or interior lighting – are also available. Besides style, sustainability is also a big issue at Quatrine. They use the highest-quality of sustainable materials to ensure safety for the client as well as for the environment, as they are CertiPUR-US® certified.

Room&Board | 4524 McKinney Avenue Dallas, TX 75205 

Curious on how to bring a timeless style into your home? Room&Board has the answer. They design in-house furniture, pulling inspiration from past design trends like Arts&Crafts, Modern, Asian, or Danish – but reinterpreted for today. More than 90% of their products are manufactured in the US by local family-owned companies, so there’s a story behind every piece. Moreover, they are a founding member of the Sustainable Furnishings Council.  In Dallas, you can find their showroom located just five miles north of Downtown, in the Knox Henderson District. While they don’t have annual sales, they do guarantee their best prices for a year, so you can take your time and make the purchase at your own pace. Feel free to request a catalog before paying them a visiting.

The Arrangement Interiors | 13710 Dallas Pkwy, Ste. C Dallas, TX 75240

With unique pieces and designs, The Arrangement, owned by Katherine Snedeker, takes pride in its ability to redefine high-quality western furniture. Having won numerous awards for the Best Showroom, heading over to their lavish 15,000 square feet “Dallas home” is a must and a memorable experience. The Arrangement even provides concierge services to each guest, offering refreshments and tours of the store. Positioning and placement are key to their interior design solutions (hence their name). Every piece of furniture reveals their philosophy of matching bits and pieces collected from all over the world with custom, artistic designs. The materials they use are sustainable, and they believe in going green, repurposing, and upcycling. Clients can order custom furniture that best suits their style and tells a story for them.

Unruh Furniture | 3601 Main Street, Suite 150 Dallas, TX 75226

Unruh Furniture Dallas

Unruh – pronounced un-roo – is a family-owned company, that was brave enough to have transformed a historic church into a one-of-a-kind furniture factory. Last year, they opened their Texas showroom inside the Brake & Clutch Warehouse. A visit to the Unruh Furniture’s showroom in Deep Ellum is surely a helpful experience. Schedule your visit online, so that you’ll enjoy a personal consultation with one of the team members, to help you decide upon the wood type, the finishes, and the items you need for your space.  All their products are handcrafted. Quality is crucial to the team, using only high-standard materials and equipment. That’s why they offer to fix any issues at no costs, no matter who is at fault for the damage – making this probably the best warranty in the furniture industry.

Urban Farmhouse | 1011 S. Pearl Expressway Dallas, TX 75201

An eclectic mix of Rustic, Vintage, reclaimed wood, and industrial metals – this is what best describes the Urban Farmhouse designs. The owners – Jason and Cherami Thomas – started this business just 5 years ago, but they’ve already built more than a furniture company, and that is a lifestyle brand. They scour the country and beyond to select living room, dining room, and bedroom pieces that all fit the “urban farmhouse” look. Moreover, they’ve developed signature farm tables and upholstery (that includes benches, chairs, and sofas) that can be all customized by fabric, nail head color, or wood stain. They even rescue vintage wood from historical rail cars, old barns, and other sources and reinvent them into functional pieces. Follow the Urban Farm Girl’s Blog to read more about their journey. In Dallas, you’ll stumble upon their store at the Farmer’s Market.

West Elm | 5307 East Mockingbird Lane Suite 100 Dallas, TX 75206

If you’re looking for a one-stop home shopping destination, then head over to West Elm Dallas. This Brooklyn brand has expanded to 85+ US cities and more international locations in less than 2 decades. West Elm proudly designs over 90% of their products in-house, with a strong commitment towards sustainability and communities. They use organic fibers for textiles and employ nearly 5,000 people to handcraft many of their products. Start your West Elm journey by browsing the Front+Main inspiration blog, then head over to their store, where you’ll find everything you need: beds, tables, sofas, vases, mirrors, bedding, and the list goes on. Their style is modern, yet affordable.

Zuri Furniture | 4880 Alpha Road Dallas, TX 75244

Curating a furniture selection from all over the world, Zuri focuses on high-quality products that appeal to style-conscious buyers. Besides modern and contemporary furniture for both homes and offices, they also offer fireplaces, lighting products, rugs, and other accessories, even art. Their online catalog and Zuri’s Blog are the perfect places to start your search and get inspired, but do pay a visit to their Dallas showroom and discover exclusive designs from Asia, Europe, Canada, and the US.

While all these furniture stores are ah-mazing, please note that this list is merely the tip of the iceberg, a starting point in your home furnishing journey. There are many more great furniture stores and interior design showrooms in Dallas, large or small, more or less known, we’ve just picked a few of our favorites here. If you happen to own or love a store that didn’t make our list, feel free to contact us at and we’ll happily add it here.

Nicky Iudean
Nicky Iudean
Nicky is a Senior Communications Specialist for RENTCafé.com, where she researches and writes about real estate, interior design, and all things that spark renters’ interests. She is also your go-to person for content collaborations. Nicky double majored in Marketing and Applied Economics and holds a master's degree in Marketing Strategies and Policies. You can reach her via email at

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