We were recently featured in the Fort Worth Star-Telegram with a fellow designer
Leslie Distler. Here is a snippet of the article but you can read the whole think at this link here.
With more than 20 years of experience in the design business, interior designer Christina Phillips has added a new role to her résumé: shop owner.
Phillips, who earned her degree from TCU, recently opened a new home furnishings boutique in Fort Worth’s Park Place neighborhood. Known as Park + Eighth, the 3,000-square-foot space specializes in selling vintage furniture that is upcycled or restored.
“We believe the old stuff is the good stuff and this approach means our clients won’t see their living room when they go to a friend’s house, because our inventory is all one of a kind,” Phillips says.
Unlike traditional vintage shops, all of Park + Eighth’s furniture comes fully restored and ready to take home the day it is purchased. Other items stocked by the boutique include local art, lighting, home accessories and jewelry.
For those in need of a more custom design experience, Phillips and her team of qualified design professionals also offer a full menu of services, including upholstery, lacquering and home consultations.