A Dallas-based, award-winning home decor brand has finally given its hometown a spectacular showroom open to the public. Earlier this month, Arteriors opened a 5,000-square-foot flagship store on Dragon Street in the Design District.
Thanks to 13-foot windows, the store is a dramatic backdrop to showcase the brand’s lighting, wall decor, decorative accents and furniture — including designer collaborations.
“We were attracted to the vibrancy that comes by combining gallery space with design space, and we’re excited to join the community and be a part of that growth,” says Arteriors founder and creative director Mark Moussa. “Plus, the building is fantastic, and we were able to build a rooftop deck to display our damp-rated items and our outdoor furniture collection.”
Arteriors has been producing luxury goods for residential and commercial clients since 1987, with a focus on traditional accessories in classic materials such as leather, iron, brass, bronze, nickel, wood, glass, ceramic and porcelain. You can see the designs locally at Chad Rookstool Salon or in Las Vegas at the MGM Grand — and many other notable locations in between and beyond.
“I work closely with our design team to look toward the prevailing trends seen while traveling the world and adapt them to create a unique aesthetic that is both tasteful and beautiful,” Moussa says. “I’ve been fortunate to partner and develop valuable relationships with factories and artisans from around the world.”
The brand is committed to introducing 500 new products each year, in diverse styles ranging from organic to midcentury modern. Arteriors doesn’t stick to a certain aesthetic, which means shopping here will always be a delightful surprise.
The new Dallas showroom stocks about 1,200 items. In most cases, you can get white-glove delivery to your home within 24 hours of placing an order, thanks to the proximity of a warehouse in Carrollton.
Moussa says that Dallas is an inspiring city to have its headquarters, and the brand is more than excited to bring a new flavor to Dallas’ home decor scene.
“The Dallas Design District has seen some really exciting growth in recent years. It’s a resurgence of vitality that mirrors our own brand growth over the past several years.”
Arteriors also has showrooms in Las Vegas; High Point, Connecticut; and New York.