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This Dallas decor store’s move to Design District means major sale

This Dallas decor store’s move to Design District means major sale

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Anteks Curated is moving from the Plaza at Preston Center to the Dallas Design District. Photo courtesy of Anteks Curated

When one door closes, another opens. Following extensive damage from flooding on July 4, Anteks Curated is moving out of the Plaza at Preston Center to a new home that feels familiar.

The shop, which opened at the Plaza in October 2014, is relocating to the Design District — to a spot inside its sister store, Anteks, which has been a Dallas home decor staple for 35 years.

Fans of Anteks in the Design District and the Plaza specialty boutique — which showcases coveted home accessories, rare treasures, menswear, and select furnishings, all curated by owner Jason Lenox — often talked of wanting one place where they could shop to their hearts’ content. Now they’re getting their wish, thanks to a little nudge from Mother Nature.

The new shop within the 8,000-square-foot location at 1135 Dragon St. will boast white walls and modern silhouettes, a nice contrast to the rustic decor of the existing Anteks store. Favorite brands like Brackish, Filson, Pendleton, Clint Orms, and Rad Labs will still be available, and the website and online sales will remain unchanged.

The final day of operation at the Plaza store is September 15, and the new Anteks Curated is projected to open by October 1. As of now, all merchandise at Anteks Curated’s Plaza location is 30 percent off, with increases to 40 and 50 percent off as the close date draws nearer.

As an added bonus to swing by and shop, all customers whose purchase exceeds $100 (before sales tax) will be entered into a drawing to win a vacation, as well as a complimentary piece from the J. Alexander line of nickel-silver home accessories, designed by Lenox himself.