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New Dallas home decor store takes root on Henderson Avenue

New Dallas home decor store takes root on Henderson Avenue

Planters from Concrete Geometric at Birchwood
Birchwood stocks cute decor like these planters from Concrete Geometric. Concrete Geometric/Facebook

As one Dallas home and design store closes, another one opens. Called Birchwood, it brings contemporary home furnishings, decor, and gifts to the hip Henderson Avenue strip.

Located at 2726 N. Henderson Ave., nestled between neighborhood staples Emeralds to Coconuts and Little Things, Birchwood carries goods from more than 50 independent artists and design houses. Shoppers can choose from a curated selection of accent furniture, wall art, pillows, rugs, kitchen accessories, vases, lighting, eco-soy candles, and one-of-a-kind treasures.

Varied price points speak to any budget. And it’s all presented in a newly renovated 1,200-square-foot building — formerly vintage clothing store Pandemonium — with floor-to-ceiling windows and stained concrete floors.

Plano native and University of Texas alumna Kellee Bascher founded Birchwood on the principal that “originality, reinvention, and self-expression are the essence of creativity.” She explains that birch trees symbolize renewal and new beginnings, two concepts that align with her philosophy — and ultimately led to the shop’s namesake.

“We want to inspire you to live creatively by adding meaningful pieces to your home that are inventive and fresh, that tell a story, or that reflect who you are and what you love,” she says. 

Birchwood celebrates its grand opening with champagne and dessert on Saturday, October 29. Regular store hours are Tuesday-Saturday, 10 am-6 pm, and Sunday, noon-5 pm.