Homey Holiday Shopping
Find all the comforts of home at CultureMap Holiday Pop-up Shop
CultureMap is hosting its first Holiday Pop-up Shop on December 7 at Sixty Five Hundred, where Dallasites can knock out all of their gift purchases in one stop. In addition to options for women, men and foodies, shoppers can find an array of paper goods, art-inspired treasures, plants, home decor, and supplies for pets and their owners from the following local retailers:
DMA Museum Store
The DMA Museum Store carries merchandise as artful as the works in the galleries. One-of-kind items from around the world are available at a variety of price points, from handmade felt animals made in Nepal to hand-painted, whimsical book ends made in the USA, as well as products celebrating the DMA’s collection and Bouquets exhibition.
Dirt, which occupies a storefront in the Bishop Arts District, is known for hip, earthy and edgy floral design. Shop for sculptural succulents in adorable cans, boxes or sliced logs. The shop also ships nationwide, so even if your special someone does not live in Dallas, he or she can still receive the gift of Dirt.
This Highland Park Village stationery shop specializes in beautiful paper goods and gifts. The store offers everything from invitations to place cards to envelopes in techniques such as embossing, thermography and letterpress, as well as a selection of monogrammed linens and trays. Ellis Hill also does custom paper work, so talk to them about creating something one-of-a-kind.
Life of Riley
Billy Milner and Jerod Dame opened this lifestyle shop in Deep Ellum in summer 2014 offering “polished industrial” tables, upholstered pieces such as fabulous sofas made from a patchwork of vintage fabrics, decorative pillows and other home accents, and works from local artists and vintage European maps. For our pop-up shop, they are bringing an assortment of candles in signature Life of Riley scents.
Lucky Dog Barkery
Lucky Dog Barkery is where pet owners go to spoil their dogs with all kinds of natural treats. Although grammy’s pot pie, wing-a-lings and peanut butter biscuits sound tasty enough for human consumption, these goodies are for pets only. Lucky Dog Barkery also carries a large variety of dog toys, leashes, stylish clothes and cute collars.
The Bishop Arts District store owned by Erin and John Hossley offers a mix of home decor, furniture, art and gift-worthy objects. Products range from locally made designs to custom-made pieces, so a gift from Neighborhood is sure to delight and surprise.
Buy tickets now for the CultureMap Holiday Pop-up Shop. Cost is $10, and a portion of proceeds benefits our charity partners, Ronald McDonald House of Dallas and Family Place. In addition to access to more than 25 shops-within-a-shop, admission grants visitors access to Cointreau cocktails, holiday entertainment and complimentary gift-wrapping.