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DDD Spotlight: Ferrell Mittman

The Dallas Design District is thrilled to welcome Grant Trick, founder of the Grant Trick Collection, as he assumes the role of creative director for Ferrell Mittman. 

Ferrell Mittman, originally called Lewis Mittman, was founded in New York City in 1953. Since then, the company has evolved with the changing trends and needs of the interior design industry.

Ira Glazer and his sons, Joshua and Justin, are steering Ferrell Mittman toward a focus on design, customization, quality, efficiency, and technology. They have expanded product categories and styles, creating a comprehensive workshop for designers in the heart of the Dallas Design District.

With a keen eye for detail and innovation that earned him a reputation as a trailblazer in the field, Trick will work alongside a team of seasoned veterans, who all share the same passion for the trade.

Learn more about the Dallas Ferrell Mittman showroom below.

How long have you been a part of the Dallas Design District? 

16 years

Tell us about the background of Ferrell Mittman and how the Dallas Design District Showroom came to be.

Our flagship showrooms are in New York. We also have showrooms in Chicago and Boston and feel Dallas is the perfect fit for our corporate showroom. 

What do you enjoy most about being a part of the Dallas Design District neighborhood?

What we enjoy the most about being a part of the Dallas Design District is the collaboration among the showrooms. Our neighbors are always eager to help. We also love servicing the design community. 

What can visitors expect when they visit the Ferrell Mittman Dallas Design District showroom?

When visiting our showroom, designers will see samples of our products and will work in collaboration with our design sales associates. Ferrell Mittman’s goal is to create the most trusted, highest quality to-the-trade brand in the industry and they look forward to your input and working with you on your next project.

Can you share the design philosophy or style that your showroom is known for?

Since our company has been in business since 1953, we have a wide variety of traditional pieces but have also included some more contemporary styles. We also have the capability of manufacturing a wide variety of custom pieces. 

In your opinion, what sets Ferrell Mittman apart from other local and national showrooms?

What sets both Ferrell Mittman and Avery Boardman apart, is the fact that we are a bespoke manufacturer that can customize any of our designs along with making something completely customized. 

If you had to describe the Ferrell Mittman style in one word, what would it be and why?


Are there any upcoming trends in interior design that you're particularly excited about?

We are excited about upcoming trends in multi-functional furniture designs. We feel we have a variety of products that fit this category. 

What advice would you give to someone trying to find their own unique design style?

The advice we would give someone trying to find their own unique design style is to make it your own. Everyone has different design needs, so adding your flare to your project will always be special. 

Complete this sentence: “No space is complete without_________.” 


You can visit the Dallas Ferrell Mittman showroom at 11250 Slocum Street, Ste 755, or explore their website to see all that they have to offer.

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