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El Paso Furniture and Decor Stores

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If you're looking for authentic Southwest furniture and decor you'll find it one of El Paso's locally-owned stores. Here are a few for you to consider.

Charlotte's

Charlotte's
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Persian rugs, porcelain collectibles, fine linens, antique armoires, one-of-a-kind poster beds and much more can be found at Charlotte’s. If you’re looking to replace your living room or dining room this premier furniture shop and outlet store can offer you elegant furnishings.

  • Address: 5411 N. Mesa St. (Map)
  • Telephone: (915) 581-1111

Collectibles

Collectibles
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Have a loved one with an individual flair or a friend who is hard to shop for? Collectibles might be the best place to find that perfect gift. Established in 1979, this distinct shop has two locations that offer gourmet food baskets and luxury brands such as Crabtree & Evelyn.

Westside Location
  • Address: 4700 N. Mesa St. (Map)
  • Telephone: (915) 534-4243‎
Eastside Location
  • Address: 1530 Lomaland Dr. (Map)
  • Telephone: (915) 594-0162‎

El Paso Connection

El Paso Connection
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Located in El Paso’s far Eastside, walking into this 12-room warehouse is filled to the top with rustic wood furniture, iron accessories, western art, indoor clay water fountains and so much more. It’s a must-see shop.

  • Address: 14301 Gateway Blvd. W. (Map)
  • Telephone: (915) 852-0898

El Paso Import Co.

El Paso Import Co.
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Even before you walk into the El Paso Import Co. you can see the store is overflowing with colorful, weathered colonial and ranchero furniture. The company has a strong following and has successfully expanded into 18 other locations throughout the United States including Chicago, Los Angeles and Dallas.

  • Address: 311 Montana Ave. (Map)
  • Telephone: (915) 542-4241‎

El Paso Saddleblanket

El Paso Saddleblanket
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In addition to finding saddle blankets, El Paso Saddleblanket shoppers can find rawhide lamp shades, buffalo skulls, and horn furniture. You’ll definitely find something that will draw people’s attention. The one-acre warehouse is the world’s largest importer, manufacturer and wholesaler of Mexican rugs, blankets and textiles.

  • Address: 6926 Gateway East (Map)
  • Telephone: (915) 544-1000
  • Toll-free Number: (800) 351-7847

Galeria San Ysidro

Often described as a treasure trove of decorative arts and designer furnishings, this 62,000 sq. foot warehouse store features antiques, art, unusual collectors' items, custom furnishings, beautiful lamps, hand-forged wrought iron, western-styled pieces and more.

  • Address: 801 Texas Ave. (Map)
  • Telephone:(915) 544-4444

The Gazing Ball

Nestled in an historic adobe building in El Paso’s Upper Valley, each of The Gazing Ball’s rooms are filled with eccentric trinkets, home decor and garden adornments, even some of the most mesmerizing garden globes.

  • Address: 4798 Doniphan (Map)
  • Telephone: (915) 584-6711

The Whoopee Bowl

The Whoopee Bowl
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If you’re looking for a fun place to go window shopping with a curious twist the Whoopee Bowl is the place to go. Get lost in this seven-acre property as you wander through wonderful antiques and quite possibly the most obscure treasures, such as a carousel chicken. You also can purchase a large metal star or a cast aluminum light post.

  • Address: 9010 N. Desert Blvd. (Map)
  • Telephone: (915) 886-2855‎

Tradicione’s

Tradicione’s
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Tradicione’s is a colorful 20,000 square feet store housing handcrafted furniture and accessories. In addition to Mexican and Spanish Colonial furniture you can purchase stunning wrought iron décor that will make you the envy of your neighbors.

  • Address: 6990 Gateway East (Map)
  • Telephone: (866) 373-9292

Xicali Imports

Xicali
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Walking into Xicali (pronounced ZEY-cali) Imports is often described as walking into a traditional Mercado in old Mexico. Purchase home décor, furniture, paintings, or beautiful custom faux flower arrangements. You also can buy a plethora of piñatas resembling popular cartoon characters, like SpongeBob SquarePants, Lighting McQueen and Batman.

  • Address: 7824 North Loop Dr. (Map)
  • Telephone: (915) 598-4427

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