Shops We Dig: The Gypsy Wagon
We’ve been on a hometown kick lately, but we aren’t complaining — we love being a brand from Dallas, which is such an inspirational, design heavy city offering some of the best of the best in interior designers to unique boutiques. Speaking of boutiques, one that we’ve completely fallen head over heels for is the Dallas-based, centrally located home, clothing, jewelry and gift store, The Gypsy Wagon.
At Chalkboard China, we believe we have a little free-spirited gypsy in us all, which that inner gypsy can easily be gifted with an array of gorgeous products found at The Gypsy Wagon. It’s a mission of theirs “to carry gifts and home items that are handmade, that are produced with recycled or sustainable materials, and that are made by people and companies who care.” What a beautiful and supportive philosophy for our industry!
We were so thrilled when The Gypsy Wagon picked Chalkboard China as one of their many ‘sussies’ to feature in their store. The Gypsy Wagon has chosen to sell our Daisy Vases and Cylinder Vases in our signature black slate and four colors from our COLORS collection: Honeysuckle, Fern, Seaside and Mandarin. (Shop now.)
“Plop a freshly-picked peony or some lovely leaves from your garden into this tiny vase, and inscribe your thoughts and wishes on the vase. Makes for a sweet sentiment for your sweethearts!” The Gypsy Wagon shares fun ways to use our Daisy Vases. Referring to our Cylinder Vases, The Gypsy Wagon says they’re “a perfect table centerpiece, a vase for fresh flowers or even a container for kitchen utensils…all able to receive your chalked-on messages!” Such fabulous ways to use Chalkboard China!
All in all, we adore this shop and love discovering superb finds for the home, a special outfit or a new piece of jewelry to wear on date night. With some of the city’s best restaurants located nearby, shopping at The Gypsy Wagon on a warm, spring afternoon could be a fun activity to do this weekend. Plus, it’s great to shop local! We’ll see you at the Wagon!
What is your favorite local shop in Dallas? Tell us in the comments below!