My mom and I decided to attend Dallas Market Center this year, we were so excited to see new trends especially because it’s furniture accessory and gourmet market. We stayed in Dallas for the weekend ready to walk each and every one of the floors, last time it was freezing in Dallas and we were fully equipped with our boots and jackets but ended up carrying our puffy jackets all the way through the market plus a bunch of heavy catalogs; but not this time, we were prepared with light layers to take them off if necessary and a carry on bag for our catalogues and layers. We tried to see what was most important for us the first day so that the last day we could place our orders. I saw great ideas for my gourmet products, cheese platters, wooden trays, cheese knifes, I wanted them all!
This is one of my favourite stands, Aidan Gray, with it’s French/Shabby Chic/Gustavian style and washed out woods it captivated me. Grey walls, heavy linen curtains, and my favourite part the kitchen stools.
A touch of pink with pink roses or pink peonies makes a nice contrast with the greys.
One of the best parts of these kind of shows is food! I love to see (and try) different kinds of cheese, salad dressings, and all kind of mini food.
Aren’t this pieces amazing? I love their vintage/eclectic look. Both pieces from Old World Antieks.
Almost in every show Global Views has one of the best styled stands, I like this brand but I must say we can see much of Global Views in Monterrey in decor stores but anyways I love this bar cart and it’s accessories.
As I said on instagram before, I had a french door crush with Life House Furniture, they have a variety of antique doors.
I had my camera with me everywhere I went, and took as much pictures as I could of the accessories and furniture I was interested in, everyone was so kind letting me take picture but not here! So these are a few shots of what caught my eye inside the Peacock Park stand. They had beautiful vintage-like pieces
I know I’ve said this before but this is definitely one of my favourites, Park Hill with it’s unique souther country style caught my eye as well, I liked their visual merchandising, the way they displayed things and of course their products.
Isn’t this stand cute? It reminds me when I used to sell lemonade with my cousins when we were kids.
My mom and I at Park Hill during our break having some wine and delicious mini quiche.