Over the weekend I had the pleasure of attending the grand opening of Fort Worth’s very first Z Gallerie location. The store is one of many high-end retail spots located at the Shops at Clearfork development and is something many Fort Worthians have been highly anticipating.
From the moment I walked through the doors the sales associate instantly made me feel right at home. I’m not sure about you guys, but so many high-end stores tend to give off a “snooty” vibe when you’re initially greeted. I totally didn’t get that vibe AT ALL and really did feel so welcome. In fact, by the time I left the store, I kinda felt like I had made a few new friends.
Along with their grand opening, they also just released their Fall line, which you can see here.
If I had to choose, I think my favorite look from their fall line might be their “Glamorous” line. I’m all about mixing gold and metallics with greys and neutrals — especially for fall! The colors in my home don’t always work well with traditional fall hues, so decorating with neutrals is the way to go. For me at least! I also noticed a lot of plum sprinkled throughout the store, which I thought was a beautiful alternative to the standard burnt orange you typically see in fall decor.
I was asked to walk the store and pick out a few of my favorite pieces to review. There were so many stunning pieces to choose from, but the faux florals really stood out to me. They were so well made and looked unbelievably real.
I’m terrible at keeping plants alive, so I have absolutely no shame in rocking the faux florals all throughout my home. In fact, a few years ago I purchased a faux fiddle leaf tree from Z Gallerie (online, found here) and LOVED it, so needless to say, I was very excited to see what else they had to offer in-store.
They had a lot to choose from, but I ultimately went for these two beauties. I’m about to start decorating for fall, so I can’t wait to use my new florals in my fall vignettes!
The White Oncidium (photographed on the left) is about 2.5 feet tall and is a real show-stopper. When I first saw it in the store, I actually thought it was real and a part of the grand opening decorations. The $130 price tag is worth every penny.
The Phalaenopsis Orchid was another piece I couldn’t pass up. I’ve owned a few faux orchids in my life, but none that ever looked this real. It was only $40, so clearly I needed it.
I couldn’t be happier with the items I chose and can’t wait to go back to visit again soon. Harper is only 7 weeks old, so I wasn’t able to stay as long as I wanted, but at least I can say my first Z Gallerie experience was a WIN. Next time I’m going to scope out their art selection. It is to die for! And look at those purple hues… I just can’t get enough!