At Lambert Home in Southlake, customers can find a variety of home decor, gift items and design projects at many price points.

The owners, sisters Sarah and Katie Lambert, said their focus is on helping people improve their lives and their environments as well as on providing ethically produced items.

“The point of interior design is to look out for your health, your safety, and your welfare and then to make it look good,” Sarah said.

Sarah said she always had a love for interior design.

“At the grocery store, when mom would say, ‘I’ll buy you anything you want today,’ … I would get the Southern Living house plans because I wanted to look over house plans; I wanted to imagine where I’m going to put my furniture.”

When Sarah was deciding what to study at Texas Tech University, choosing interior design was easy, she said.

“It was just no question,” Sarah said. “That’s definitely what I want to do. That’s what I’m made to do.”

She was already working in her own interior design firm when Katie was preparing to graduate, also from Texas Tech, with a degree in hospitality management. Katie decided restaurant management was not the path for her, and the two sisters worked together to open Lambert Home.

“It’s a really great partnership because I don’t try to get in her business about management or money, and then she doesn’t try to get in my business about interior design,” she said.

Soon after they opened in 2015, they started working on interior design for clients.

The projects have ranged from redoing all of the furniture and accessories in a room for $4,000 to redesigning an entire house for around $180,000.

The Lamberts only offer items from lines that do not use modern slavery, or forced labor, to make their goods.

“We wanted to make sure that when we opened our store, we weren’t supporting slavery,” Sarah said. “So everything we sell is ethically manufactured, whether in America or around the world. That’s what sets our store apart. … We really care about where things are made.”

Lambert Home

2787 E. Southlake Blvd., Ste. 105, Southlake
Hours: Mon.-Sat. 10 a.m.-6 p.m., closed Sun.