Five Dallas Design Pop-Ups and Events to Hit This Weekend

So many sales, so little time.

Oh you like shopping, do you? Well, you’ve come to the right place. This week, we’re rounding up some of the best Dallas sales, pop-ups, and events to help you plan the your weekend.

 

Thrift Studio // Through May 7

The annual 30-day pop-up is in full swing over at the Dallas Design Center. Stop by Tuesday through Saturday until May 7 to shop discount-filled designer curated vignettes and help raise money for Dwell with Dignity’s honorable mission: to help families escape poverty & homelessness.

 

Art Show at Blue Print // Thursday, 5-7pm

The five design-minded friends behind Uptown’s Blue Print know a thing or two about cool contemporary artwork. So you can rest assured their latest art show, featuring modern works from Kate Long Stevenson, Stephanie Shank, Eliza Thomas, and Mary Rountree Moore, is going to be a must-see.

 

Barbara Cobb at Market // Saturday, 11am-3pm

Summer is coming in hot. (Literally.) Protect your noggin this year with Dallas designer Barbara Cobb’s chic sunhats. Cobb will be bringing her personalized collection of beachy hats to Market in Highland Park Village from 11am-3pm this Saturday.

 

The Citizenry’s Sample Sale // Saturday, 10am-1pm

Okay, this is huge. This Saturday, The Citizenry, a Dallas-based home décor studio that sources gorgeous artisanal designs from around the globe, is having a sample sale. So stop by their freshly opened Knox District space from 10am-1pm, grab a mini donut, sip a mimosa, and score up to 75 percent off one-of-a-kind samples, too many created, and seconds that just barely missed the showroom floor.

 

The Gypsy Wagon’s Swap & Flea // Sunday, 10am-4pm

What exactly is a Swap & Flea? It generally goes down in The Gypsy Wagon’s Henderson Avenue parking lot. It involves a 1966 Airstream trailer, Ruthie’s Rolling Café, and Steel City Pops. Oh, and there will be bargains. Real retro and vintage bargains sourced from dozens of junk vendors, as well as deeply discounted apparel, retired store displays, and home and gift items from the Wagon’s Dallas, Crested Butte, and Austin locations. So basically, a Swap & Flea is serious business, and we suggest you get yourself there.

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