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Retail Roundup: Is Everyone Moving?

The Dallas home goods news you need to know about, including new spaces for Jonathan Adler’s, Made Goods, and Oasis.
Made Goods
Courtesy of Made Goods

Made Goods Is Making Good on Its Move 

Sometimes, 5,000 square feet just isn’t big enough. Wholesale furniture company Made Goods first opened its Dallas Design Center showroom back in 2016, but it has closed its doors, packed up, and is moving down the street to the old Heritage Auction building.

At 11,500 square feet, the new showroom, whose opening has been delayed until May due to supply chain issues, more than doubles the old space. Made Goods is known for its clean, stylish, and modern pieces, whose unusual materials, shapes, and proportions instantly elevate any space. The new showroom will also host the California-based company’s sister brands—tableware line Blue Pheasant and fine home accessories seller Pigeon & Poodle, and candle company Thucassi—making 1518 Slocum a haven for statement-making home design. 

Jonathan Adler's new West Village store.
Courtesy of Jonathan Adler

Jonathan Adler Has Added More Square Footage in Its New Showroom 

It’s hard to not smile when browsing the Jonathan Adler showroom. The bright, colorful, and imaginative home goods and furniture brand almost shouts joy. Over the past three decades, Jonathan Adler—which began with pottery back in the ’90s—has become a giant in the design industry, and its new Dallas location is sure to be the goliath of it all.

Late last fall, the brand moved from the Knox District to the old J. Crew in the West Village. At 6,600 square feet, the two-story space is Jonathan Adler’s largest showroom to date. It features spaces like a special lighting room, staged rooms called “vignettes” that show off different styles, and an area for all of founder Jonathan Adler’s favorite things that he has branded “The Cube.” Plus, there’s an on-site design-your-own program so you can completely customize your home.

“Luckily our new store in West Village is a one-stop glamour shop. From “hostess gifts to whole home design,” Adler says, “we’ve got it, and I promise it’s as stylish as the denizens of Dallas themselves.” 

Courtesy of Parachute

Parachute Is Making the Plunge Towards Earth-Friendly Linens

California-based home goods company Parachute just launched it’s new Organic Cotton Collection. Founded in 2014 as an online-only textile shop by Ariel Kaye, Parachute later opened several brick-and-mortars across the country, including at NorthPark Center in Dallas. The new, 16-piece collection includes sheets, towels, bathmats, robes, loungewear, and super lightweight “Organic Air Cotton” shams and quilts. Expect to pay anywhere from $16 to $384. It’s also the company’s first Global Organic Textile Standard-certified collection1, a step closer to Parachute’s goal of reaching a Climate Neutral Certification by April. 

John Pfifer Marrs Is Coming to (Not) Collect 

There comes a time when your collection just becomes too big. Noted Dallas interior designer and collectors expert John Pfifer Marrs is selling off his stuff during J. Garrett Auctioneers’ Spring Auction. While dates haven’t been announced, the two-day auction will be selling off a special collection of Marrs’ own items or pieces curated by him. Marrs himself will be at the auction preview on April 1 to sign copies of his new book, Interiors for Collectors, as well as to give advice for growing personal collections and buying at auctions. 

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Hunt Slonem's Studio Cotton Pillow Cover
Courtesy of Hunt Slonem

Hop on over to Neiman Marcus

American Neo-Expressionist artist Hunt Slonem, known for his butterfly, bird, and bunny imagery, is partnering with Neiman Marcus for a special Easter collection. On sale now, the “Hop Up Shop,” includes bedding, tableware, and gifts, like face masks, totes, and decorative pillows. 

Oasis Sailing Across the Street with Vessels 

Three years to the day from when Bethany Mieth and Hannah Street opened their magical, lush Bishop Arts greenhouse, Oasis, they’re opening a brand-new store, called Vessels. Right across the street from Oasis at 415 W. 8th St, the new pottery shop will offer pots, planters, and other ceramics to hold all your home’s dearest possessions.

Kufri Has Got it Covered

If the tiny house craze has taught us anything, it’s you can do a lot in a small space. Take Kufri, the textile and home goods company that recently partnered with interior designer Jean Liu to redesign its 500-square-foot Dallas Design District showroom. Founded by Texas Christian University graduate Mili Suleman, Kufri specializes in rustic and earthy fabrics and textiles that are woven by artisans in India. 


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Catherine Wendlandt is the online associate editor for D Magazine’s Living and Home and Garden blogs, where she covers all…