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“I love that it represents the best in Dallas, which has world-class design talent.” — Brian Bolke

Spring 2017 lifts the curtain on an entirely new concept—For Home Forty Five Ten. Taking over our original 1929 courtyard building at 4510 McKinney Avenue, For Home brings the best of the Dallas Design District to a wider audience, offering curated collections from designers and showrooms previously available only to design professionals.

“The concept is access and edit,” says Home Creative Director Rob Dailey of the ground-breaking furniture and lifestyle boutique. “Many items are either one-of-a-kind or offered for the first time at retail.” Among the internationally renowned showrooms and brands spotlighted in the store’s series of galleries: George Cameron Nash. Jan Showers, David Sutherland, Emily Summers, George Sellers, Jan Barboglio, East & Orient Company, Allan Knight, and Peacock Alley. Adding to the elegant mix—a curation of work by Texas artists from Talley Dunn Gallery, and our own selection of candles, books, and other finishing touches for any room.

The T Room, long-time lunch spot renowned for its green smoothie, tuna melt, and Brian’s Bowl, lives on as the store’s heart and hub.