Dallas Antique Stores Offer Pickup or Delivery

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If you would like to add a unique touch to your space, several local antique stores can help. They offer one-of-a-kind items ranging from 17th-century art to Victorian chairs. Here are some of the best places to buy antiques for pickup or delivery near our apartments in Dallas.

Inessa Stewart’s Antiques 

Established in 1991, Inessa Stewart’s Antiques is Dallas’ premier source for European antique furniture and decor. Inessa Stewart began dreaming of bringing antiques into everyone’s home at a young age. She and her husband hand-pick the extensive selection, and with an ever-changing inventory, there’s always something new to discover. Pieces may include Renaissance armoires, ornate mirrors, and china buffets. The shop offers pickup Tuesday through Friday between 9:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. Certain items are available for delivery. 

Nick Brock Antiques 

Starting from humble beginnings, Nick Brock has grown into a 10,000 square foot showroom filled with some of the finest antiques around. The pieces date back as early as the 17th century. No two are the same, and each is “a timeless classic sure to bring sophistication to your home decor.” The selection includes porcelain lighting, end tables, and colorful paintings. The store typically provides free local delivery. 


Legacy boasts the largest selection of antique chandeliers in Texas. It also offers antique furniture from France, Spain, Italy, and other parts of the world. Every item is handpicked, and the staff always searches for the unusual. The styles range from Louis XV to Napoleon III. They’re sure to enhance any room of the home and are made from the highest quality. Legacy offers both shipping and white glove delivery. 

Before shopping for antiques, virtually explore the Amon Carter Museum of American Art for inspiration. 

If you’re searching for a place to call home, then please contact us. We’ll arrange a tour so you can see the amenities and floor plans of our apartments in Dallas, TX, firsthand. 

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