The New Boxwood Interiors


{One of the first vignettes I saw upon entering Boxwood Interiors’ new store. I am obsessed with the stacked ball lamps with black shades as well as the little, black pagoda shelf.}

This weekend, I stopped by Boxwood Interiors’ newly-opened second location, located just around the corner from their original shop on Dunlavy in Houston, the new store is located on West Alabama and Driscoll. As soon as I walked up to the front door, I was extremely excited to check out what the new place had in store as their window displays are gorgeous!  Upon entering the store, I was met with beautifully-curated vignettes featuring chic lamps, pillows, accessories, and furniture—each little nook more stunning than the last. It’s like being a kid in a candy store. Well, a candy store for design obsessed adults, that is! Shall we take a tour?


{Gorgeous Details Abound at Boxwood}


{I loved these engraved silver trays as well as the pink stationery engraved with pink skulls.}


{When you first step into the store, you are greeted by this lovely vignette. This shot gives you a feel for the store’s long, narrow layout. It’s a little jewelbox, but every inch is filled with beautiful things.}


{This area features Farrow & Ball damask wallpaper, lamps by Alexa Hampton for Visual Comfort & Co., a custom iron chandelier, and a fabulous cocktail table.}


{I love the shape of the robin’s egg blue bookshelf as well as the rich color of the upholstery on the bench.}


{An Eclectic Mix of Accessories}


{Boxwood is beloved for it’s vast assortment of chic pillows. They can do just about anything!}


{Entering Neutral Territory—This vignette would be lovely in a chic beach house.}


{Boxwood carries a full assortment of Farrow & Ball products including paints and wallpapers. Isn’t the custom crystal and quartz chandelier breathtaking?}


{More pillows! I have my eye on the Greek key and chevron pairs pictured here.}


{A Look Behind the Register—I loved seeing a pair of Visual Comfort’s Ring Sconces represented!}


{More Pretty Pillows and Stylish Lighting}


{I fell in love with the chevron trim on the drapes in the front of the store. It’s such a chic detail!}


{I hadn’t noticed these little mohair stools until I was leaving. Aren’t they fun?}


{Yet Another Stunning Detail—Isn’t the Lucite and brass hardware on the door fabulous?}


If you love what you see, be sure to check out my post from a little over year ago about Boxwoods’ original store which is stunning as well. For more on Boxwood, please visit their website.

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  1. What a lovely store! I never noticed it when I was living in Houston, but can’t wait to check it out next time I’m in town.


  2. Wow I wish this store was near me! I love it, and it is chock full! Ive been in so many decor boutiques that weren’t so full and it is a big tease! Love everything you posted!

  3. I was in Houston today and went to check out Boxwood Interiors because of this blog. It was wonderful!! So many beautiful things!! It was worth the trip. Thanks for sharing!