OK, so let’s dig right in to my final post about the Design District in Dallas. I visited the Uncommon Market and Lost Again Antiques Decor before I left the area. They were very different in the types of items they carry, but both locations had so much to offer, depending on that you might be looking for.
WARNING, y’all! This post contains a ton of unique items and places that you are just going to love seeing and reading about! Here’s part 2 of my visit to the Design District in Dallas, TX.
Lots of Furniture Antiques Warehouse, White Elephant antiques and Lula B’s After spending time in the Bishop Arts District, and finding so much culture and art there,… Read more “District Delving: Design District Part 1”
Alright Folks! It’s time for part two of my “District Delving” series. I headed into the Bishop Arts District in the Oak Cliff area of the Dallas… Read more “District Delving: Bishop Arts District Part 2”
Hi everyone! Now that things have settled down a bit since the move, I’ve had time to start exploring a bit. I set out to see what… Read more “District Delving: Bishop Arts District Part 1”
Sending this, Mom, Especially to say Wishing you a happy And wonderful day… And to tell you this day Will always be one For remembering the many Sweet things you have done! As I’m… Read more “Happy Mother’s Day!”
I’m Shanti Terry, owner of Shauntiques-Shaunti’s Uniques. I’ve recently relocated to the Dallas- Fort Worth area, and I am so excited to be here to offer my refinishing and restoration services to customers in the region.
I just want to say hello, and I that I can’t wait to get to know all the wonderful people this area has to offer. I’ve already met a few! I’m still getting situated and setting up my workshop, but it’s coming along well. Moving is hard, but I know we’ll get though it. With God’s help, anything is possible.
I made the move recently with my best friend/husband, Chad Terry, who has a passion for the film industry. We’ve come here for the both of us to have new opportunities. We started out in Midland, TX, where, I’m originally from, and lived there for 8 years. This year, we felt it was finally the right time to move. We’re already missing the folks back home, but thanks to the times we live in, it’s never hard to reach out and stay connected.
I’ve been in the refinishing business for four years now. I love it, and I don’t think there’ll ever be a point in time that I don’t. There’s just something special about taking a piece of furniture that’s dirty, broken and forgotten, and turning it into an entirely new masterpiece. I like changing the look AND the purpose equally. it’s what I enjoy doing, all day, every day. I’d love to do it for you.
This website is brand new. I’ve done some rebranding with my logo design and other aspects of marketing and I’ll be working on it more as time goes on. This is a one stop shop to find out everything you need to know about Shauntiques and services I have to offer. Just visit the home page to find my latest posts, pictures and tutorials of ongoing and post projects, a gallery, basic info (like my hours and location), plus forms to request quotes or get in touch with me.
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