ROAM Fine Goods has opened its second and newest store in Dallas bringing all the south-western feels to the Lone Star State. The upscale jewelry store and home boutique, that opened in Preston Royal Village, shares owner Carley Seale’s favorite pieces to decorate your life.
Preston Royal Village is the second location for ROAM after their flagship opened in Crested Butte, Colorado in 2015. What started as a pop-up has turned into a place to find extra special finds among the typical.
“At ROAM, most items are small batch, created exclusively for us,” says Seale. “They are one-of-a-kind, just plain hard-to-get items. The love that went went into finding them deserves special attention. So, I created an entire store around them.”
ROAM brings together a luxurious array of home decor, such as pillows and throws, as well as delightful home fragrances and candles. Mad Et Lan candles are one line carried by the store. Each scent is hand-formulated in a small village near Grasse, France, by a chemist using undiluted flowers, wood, spices and house-aged essential oils such as moss, mushroom and cypress. These vegetable wax blends are then hand-poured into blackened iron vessels forged by hand by the town’s local blacksmiths.
“My favorite pieces in the store are vintage, but we also mix in a few select pieces by modern American designers,” Seale says. “When I discovered them, my heart jumped out of my chest. It was a feast for your eyes.”
Wearable, everyday fine jewelry, created by American artisans and designers can also be found at ROAM. The collection is the real deal — gold and platinum, diamond and gemstone, sterling and turquoise, vintage and new. Seale travels across the country scouting for new finds ignited by her passion for Native American artisan and vintage jewelry. The collection includes many estate pieces with a common theme of diamonds, gold and turquoise.
ROAM hosted its grand opening party on Thursday, November 9 and is now open for business in the Preston Royal Village on Third Street. Stop on by for some unique south-western finds.
Photos Courtesy of ROAM