Plano shop mixes antiques, collectibles with design items for a wide range of home accents

Plano shop mixes antiques, collectibles with design items for a wide range of home accents

By BRITTANY COBB
Special Contributor

Seeking an antiques stop somewhere between Riverfront Boulevard and downtown McKinney? Get to High Street Antiques & Design, a new 50,000-square-foot mall in Plano, just north of the Bush Turnpike.

“We have a mixture of antiques and design items, things that are newer like artwork or vintage clothing,” says co-owner Dan Highley, an attorney and former owner of the late, lamented Love Field Antique Mall. “We also offer a lot of collectible items such as glassware and Coca-Cola memorabilia that aren’t antique but are useful for decorating homes.”

The mall, which borrowed its moniker from the British equivalent of America’s Main Street, where the village shops are located, opened earlier this year and has more than 240 booths and 50 showcases. It took over the space previously housing Antiqueland, and High Street’s manager, Jean Allred, also served as a manager at Love Field, Antiqueland, Forestwood and several other area antiques malls. She and her husband also are longtime dealers.

 

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