The Dallas Design District is a section of the city, northwest of downtown Dallas and south of the Oak Lawn/Cedar Springs neighborhood, known for its plethora of shops for interior designers and non-designers alike. The Design District is located just south of the intersection of Interstate 35 East and the Dallas North Tollway, making it easily accessible to the entire Dallas/Fort Worth region, DFW International Airport, and Dallas Love Field airport.
There are almost 400 shops in the Dallas Design District, ensuring everyone will find what they came looking for. There are also seven antique malls for those unique and hard to find items. You may even find a treasure or two!
There are a number of apartments and rental complexes in or near the Dallas Design District for those looking for a unique place to live. You'll find people from many different walks of life, giving the Design District a very unique feel and culture. The American Airlines Center is right around the corner and hosts the Dallas Mavericks and Dallas Stars, as well as numerous concerts and shows. The DART/TRE rail line has several stations close to the Design District for public transit access.
In addition to design shops, the district also features many art galleries. Not only can you check out the fantastic art, but most of the galleries also have pieces for sale. The Dallas Design District has been featured nationally, appearing on Home and Lifestyle TV. The network highlighted the areas home furnishings selection, noting the huge amount of stores in the concentrated area.
If you're looking for something truly unique, the Dallas Design District is where you'll find it.