Shop Online from Unique Dallas Gift Shops

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Whether you’re looking for a small or elaborate gift, these local shops have you covered. They offer something for all occasions, from welcoming a new baby to celebrating a retirement. You can shop online from these unique Dallas gift shops and have your purchases sent straight to your door. The stores near our downtown Dallas, TX apartments include:

Read Between the Lines 

When Melinda Jones decided to create a cozy shop full of cards, gifts, and stationery, she opened Read Between the Lines. Melinda established her own line of cards that “celebrate the people involved rather than focus on the events themselves.” New designs are frequently added, and the gender-neutral designs are perfect for everyone. The shop offers its entire collection online. Along with the cards, you’ll also find scented candles, challenging puzzles, coffee table books, and more. 

Mosaic Makers Collective 

Found in the Bishop Arts District, Mosaic Makers Collective became a Dallas favorite in 2018. The store features an array of high-quality handmade goods and is staffed by the artisans who made them. The carefully curated selection always features something new and gains attention from Gift Shop Magazine. Choices include art prints, cuff bracelets, and envelope wallets.

Suzanne Roberts Gifts 

When Mickey and Suzanne Roberts decided to earn some extra money, they opened a side business in their home. The business soon turned into a brick and mortar location, and Suzanne Roberts Gifts has been a Snider Plaza mainstay for 33 years. It offers an array of gifts and is the only store in North Texas to carry the MacKenzie-Childs collection of pottery and furniture. The selection also includes handbags, martini glasses, and picture frames. 

After you shop online from these unique Dallas gift shops, order the best to-go gumbo from local restaurants. When you’re ready to become a resident of One Dallas Center, contact us. We would love for you to see our vibrant apartments in downtown Dallas firsthand. 

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