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  • Dallas Style & Design

    The dilapidated two-story building on the north side of Fort Worth hardly looked like the ideal spot for a boutique furniture store when Megan McDonald first drove by. The metal awning was falling down, the floors had been ripped up and the ceiling was rotted. “It was a dump,” admits McDonald, whose parents, Natalie and Jack, own Into the West Design.

  • Fort Worth Business Press

    Into The West, the western-chic home furnishings and decor store is making its grand entrance to the heart of boot-scootin’ rodeos and cattle-herding territory — landing its second locale in the 1410 N. Main St. historic building.

  • 360 West

    Now, the family-owned shop is setting up a headquarters and showroom in a historic North Main spot. Within roping distance of the Fort Worth Stockyards, the reborn Into the West building — shuttered since the ’50s — was a shadow of its turnof-the-century self.

  • FTW City Guide

    Made in Fort Worth. Yep, that sure has a nice ring to it. From clothing and accessories to snacks and other fun finds, we’ve rounded up 19 things homegrown in Cowtown.

    While some of these brands have branched out beyond our city, one thing’s for sure — there’s some major inspiration happening around these parts.