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3 New Shops and Lines to Outfit Your Home

Whether your finishing off your living room or completely redoing your guest suite, these local spots are worth a look.
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Mous Furniture
Mous. Kris Ellis


Tanner Moussa and Mackenzie Lewis used to spend summers in their father Mark Moussa’s Arteriors warehouse, wiring lamps and working the assembly line. Their dad also took them across the world on sourcing trips, visiting factories and meeting artisans. Tanner says that exposure taught them to “appreciate the process and the art behind making a beautiful piece of furniture.” Now the brother-sister duo is breaking out on their own with MOUS—their new line of casegoods, upholstered seating, and ceramics. The 27-piece collection, which launched September 19, features lots of art deco-esque curves, calls to previous travels and an “element of surprise,” Lewis says. Open by appointment.

2611 Farrington St.

Plant Style

Every space needs touches of green, and Becky Sulton wants to help. In July, she opened Plant Style, which sells an array of indoor plants and succulent arrangements. (A succulent bar is also in the works.) More than that, Sulton offers plant styling services, working with clients to find plants that suit your home design and lifestyle. Then she’ll shop and install your picks.

10216 E. NW Hwy. 512-787-1898.

Blu Dot Candle

Nosferatube Candleabra ($295/Blu Dot)

$295 at Blu Dot

Bold Move

For 25 years, Minneapolis-based Blu Dot has been designing sleek, modern furniture and home decor. Now Dallasites will be able to touch and try a wide assortment of the brand’s inventory, as they’re set to open a Far+Dang–designed, 9,607-square-foot showroom at the end of September.

4447 McKinney Ave.


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