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The Interior joins home-focused retail district

The Interior joins home-focused retail district

DALLAS—The Interior, an upscale home furnishings and interior design store, has leased 3,822 square feet of retail space at 7807 Inwood Road, at its intersection with West Lovers Lane, for its second location.

Blane O’Banion and Tony Barraco with Weitzman handled negotiations.

The Interior is operated by design professionals with more than 20 years of experience, which includes operating Home Market Interiors on Preston Road in Plano - pictured above.

Mark Lafferty, owner and operator, sees the Lovers and Inwood location as the next logical step in the growth of the concept. “We felt this new store offers the best location to service our clients in Dallas. It’s not only in the heart of Dallas, the Lovers and Inwood trade area is becoming a destination home furnishings retail district.” Other home furnishings concepts clustered around the intersection include Rutherford’s Design-Fabrics-Gifts, Wisteria, Mary Cates and Co., Quatrane Home, Nob Hill Decorative Hardware, Area 25, Art Restorations, Inc., and others.

The Interior, which plans to open in Dallas early December, will offer a range of fine furnishings, art, interior design services, custom window fashions, Hunter Douglas Shades-Blinds-Shutters, lighting and imported rugs, mirrors, chandeliers, lamps and gifts. Fine art, custom framing, wall architectural pieces and permanent botanicals made with real-touch floral to help with floral design on site help to complete the wide range of services.

As with the Plano location, professionals with The Interior can visit clients’ homes or offices to create environments that reflect their style and personal expression.

The store also has several exclusive lines, including Hunter Douglas from LBJ south to the Dallas CBD. In addition, they offer a large of Feizy, Loloi, Kalaty and other fine rugs.

The firm’s second location is one of several planned over the next few years. “We’re expanding, because our market is expanding,” Lafferty said.