FINDS West Elm The Brooklyn-based home and accessories store gives the Crockett Row at West 7 th shopping center a more urban feel. At the busy intersection, its bold exterior and signage hold up during the day. At night, the lit-up shop is a mecca for pedestrians and other passers-by. Inside, it’s a browsers delight even if you aren’t in the market for a new sofa or dresser. The 10,502-square-foot store features the majority of merchandise made at the company’s Brooklyn headquarters, with some sourced from global artisans. Open-display shelving makes it easy to mix and match everything, from plates to textiles. Look for holiday gifts with a give-back component in the coming months. 2869 W. 7 th St., 817-810-9078, westelm.com. West Elm’s porcelain Dapper Animal plates are inspired by paintings of real animals. $8, sold individually, so mix and match. ON THE MOVE Sally Lynn Home Owners Ragan Lynn Aguilera and Oscar Aguilera are on the move this fall with a hoped-for mid-October opening in the Shops of Southlake. (They’ll be between Nordstrom Rack and Calico Home at 1465 E. Southlake Blvd., Suite 601.) Graduates of TCU, they lived in Mexico before returning to North Texas to set up shop. They have built up their retail and design business and now have outgrown their space. Meanwhile, check out sales — and new arrivals — at their current location in Village Center at 2120 E. Southlake Blvd., sallylynnhome.com.