Pierce Hardware Opens New Showroom for Park Cities
Decorative Home Fixtures Store Relocates After Nearly 80 Years in Snider Plaza
For nearly 80 years discriminating homeowners, their designers and builders visited Snider Plaza for the finest home fixtures and cabinet décor at Pierce Hardware. In June, Pierce Hardware will move to a brand new showroom at 2615 W Mockingbird Lane.
“Our customers will touch and feel products before selecting the right item for their home,” said Mike McKenzie, Pierce Hardware’s CEO. “We will create a complete experience when we expand our floor space from 1,500 square feet to 5,000 square feet. It’s going to be really exciting.”
Customers will experience hundreds of the finest transitional contemporary and classic designs and a truly personalized experience with expertise from a tenured team at the Mockingbird Lane and Denton Drive location. Another advantage will be the plentiful and convenient parking.
The luxury décor at Pierce Hardware isn’t what you’ll typically find at other stores. One of faucets is made by a company in Switzerland that equipped Hotel Ritz Paris in 1911 and a toilet comes from a six-decade old family-owned German company who uses the latest technology in water filtration. Whether your exquisite taste calls for a custom THG Lalique® knob made of the finest crystal or Classic Brass décor for your new door, you’ll find that Pierce Hardware works closely from start to finish on a project to make sure clients are pleased with their selection.
The Pierce Hardware team, led by University Park resident McKenzie and Erin Bittner, includes the most experienced people in the business. Most have been serving Park Cities and Preston Hollow families for generations and they are able to guide customers to the perfect product.
With three locations in the Dallas Metroplex including showrooms in Frisco and Fort Worth, Pierce Hardware carries the latest designs by Dornbracht, Jorger from Rohl, Classic Brass, Bain Ultra, TOTO and many more.