Retail Roundup: Makeover Your Living Rooms at These New Knox-Henderson Furniture Stores


OK, Knox-Henderson is getting chic with OKA.

Popular British furniture and housewares brand OKA opened its second U.S. store (the first opened in Houston earlier this year) last month in Knox-Henderson. The store has traditional, yet accessible pieces that you could easily find in a London apartment, country estate, or even a Preston Hollow mansion. Think comfy and plush fabrics, lots of patterns and colors, quirky accessories and beautiful porcelain perfect for holiday season and low-key TV dinners. Buy the perfect hostess gift or redecorate your living room at the 9,000 square foot store at 4531 McKinney Ave.

Interior Define opened a new 4,537 square foot store in Knox last month at 4529 McKinney Ave.

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Customize your new sofa at Interior Define.

Interior Define also opened a new 4,537 square foot store in Knox last month at 4529 McKinney Ave. The Chicago-based furniture brand specializes in custom pieces. You can choose the shape, cushion padding, padding, feet. of your sectional, sofa and more. The Dallas Interior Define Studio, part of a nationwide expansion of more than 30 stores to open by the end of 2022, features a welcoming showroom of current collections and accessories and a “sample wall” with over 125 samples of fabrics, rugs and legs. Interior designers are also on hand to help you design the perfect piece for your space.

Tootsies Showroom at the Plaza at Preston Center

Tootsies has made a comeback at 8300 Preston Rd, Ste. 200, this week after months of extensive renovations following damage from winter storm Uri.

Tootsies has finally returned to his original home, The Plaza at Preston Center.

Some good news: Tootsies is home, and just in time for his birthday too. This month, the luxury women’s clothing boutique, which opened in Houston in 1972, turns 30 in Dallas. It’s also made a comeback at 8300 Preston Rd, Ste. 200, after months of extensive renovations. During winter storm Uri, burst pipes flooded the store with 400,000 gallons of water, according to a press release. The store was forced to move to a temporary location nearby as a design team, led by David Droese, who originally designed the Dallas Tootsies in the ’90s, repaired and redeveloped the space from two floors. A new addition: Mickey’s Bar, named in honor of Tootsies founder Mickey Rosmarin, who died in 2016, will serve free seasonal cocktails to shoppers year round.

Poo-Pourri's new deodorant, Pit-Pourri

Poo-Pouri this week launched a new line of deodorants, called Pit-Pourri.

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Poo-Pourri is now doing duplication.

On December 9, the Addison-based air freshener brand that specializes in preventing your after-coffee pot-break streaks throughout the rest of your office, launched an all-new deodorant. It’s called Pit-Pourri. The deodorant claims to be all natural and aluminum free with materials like caffeine, prebiotics and mandelic acid, the latest buzzword in the skin care industry. (Made from bitter almonds, Mandelic Acid is an exfoliating alpha hydroxy acid. Learn more here.) Pit-Pourri is available online for $ 9.99 in three scents: Coconut, Vanilla, Sandalwood, Lavender Sage, and Eucalyptus Sea Salt.


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