It's finally October! The weather's cooling down (by Texas standards), there are decorative gourds as far as the eye can see, and you’ve still got a month before the holiday festivities begin and family and friends start pouring into town.
So before all that craziness ensues, head down to check out some of these can’t-miss October events at the Dallas Design District.
D Home Wine Walk
Drink delicious wine paired with standout food from some of the DDD’s restaurants while taking in some of the top design trends offered by the Design District’s showrooms on October 30. Tickets are $50 and a portion of the proceeds will be donated to Dwell with Dignity. For more information and to buy tickets, visit the official page here.
Paul Manes: Desire
Internationally celebrated Texas artist Paul Manes is back at the Cris Worley Fine Arts gallery with his exhibition Desire, featuring new contemporary paintings in oil on canvas. The show runs until November 10. Read more about Manes and Desire here.
Lisa Schulte: The Significance of Light
Samuel Lynne Galleries presents Lisa Schulte’s new exhibit, The Significance of Light, that runs until November 10 and kicks off with an opening reception on October 20. Known as “The Neon Queen” due to her extensive work with the medium, Schulte is known for making what might normally be cold and rigid seem warm and inviting. Check out the event page for the opening reception here.
From October 23 to 25 at various showrooms across the DDD, designers can fulfill their continuing education requirements for Registered Interior Designers at the 10th Annual Inspire! You can get an entire year’s worth of the required course work or just come for a single course. Get your registration information here.
Texas Design Week Dallas
Come enjoy a week’s worth of keynote speakers, book signings, cocktails and more at Texas Design Week from October 22 to 25. It’s one of the biggest weeks in the design world, and it’s right here in Dallas. For the most updated schedule and to register, visit the official Texas Design Week site here.
PaperCity Design Awards
The deadline has passed, but we’d be remiss in not mentioning the PaperCity Design Awards. Winners for the best residential interior design, restaurant and gallery design, landscape design and more will be announced at a cocktail event on October 23. Winners will also be featured in the 2019 January PaperCity Home + Art issue. Find out more about this annual event and PaperCity here.
There’s always something going on at the Dallas Design District, not to mention the multitude of showrooms, galleries, restaurants and bars that are always ready to welcome you. Never miss another one of the DDD’s many events by visiting our Events page often!