Saturday, March 23, 2013


When you walk into a Wisteria store or browse one of their catalogs, you find a mix of familiar with an unexpected twist.

I was in the Dallas store recently and was not disappointed!

Wisteria is one of the few stores left that takes the time to create a unique experience each time you visit.
I love the elephant! This was their holiday showroom.

...and reinterpreted now for spring!

Their vignettes always draw you in...look at those walls!

I love the aged book pages! Do you get inspired when you visit your favorite stores? Add Wisteria to your list for creativity and eclectic finds for your environment!


Gina said...

Dear Theresa, I had forgotten about Wisteria. Probably because they stopped sending me their catalog. Thanks for the reminder. I am tempted to purchase their new green Iron Garden Table.
Have a great week. ox, Gina

Mark D. Ruffner said...

Dear Theresa,

We have a local home store — named Being — that's owned by an interior designer. She constantly rearranges the stock in imaginative ways, and it's so interesting how one always sees everything with fresh eyes.

Of course many chain stores do not do that, and it occurs to me in writing this comment, that the difference is between catering to those who want to get an errand done quickly, and to those who want to explore and be inspired.

patrickgracewood said...

Theresa, what was the elephant made of? He's wonderful.

Theresa Cheek said...

Mark-you really hit it on the head! Creative people want to have an experience while shopping instead of just crossing something off the list.

Patrick-It is wood,,,it has the appearance of drift wood or balsa....not sure though.

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