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Bring a Touch of Texas Home from Anastasia Casey’s New Austin Showroom

The interior designer combines elegance with a bit of Texas grit with a carefully curated selection of bespoke cabinetry, vintage finds, and other one-of-a-kind home goods

Anastasia Casey Showroom (photo by Madeline Harper)
Anastasia Casey Showroom (photo by Madeline Harper)

Interior designer Anastasia Casey was always working away in her South Austin office, not far from her home. The Austinite of 12 years and founder of The Interior Collective lifestyle community has a lot on her plate, from helping other designers build their brands with IDCO Studio to creating a podcast talking with leaders in the design space to hosting a local business retreat for designers called Design Camp. But one day she was approached to create a cabinetry line for Unique Kitchens & Baths, and it clicked: this was the perfect opportunity to open a showroom. 

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Anastasia Casey (photo by Madeline Harper)

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Anastasia Casey Showroom (photo by Madeline Harper)

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Books at Anastasia Casey Showroom (photo by Madeline Harper)

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Anastasia Casey Showroom (photo by Madeline Harper)

Shop a carefully curated selection of home decor

Casey turned her office into a warm and intimate space for professional designers and enthusiasts alike to find that special piece they were looking for, with an emphasis on female-owned and sustainably sourced goods. Her new showroom is located at 7509 Manchaca Rd, Suite 400, and is open by appointment only Monday through Thursday and Friday 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. to anyone who’d like to come by and shop a carefully curated selection of home decor, textiles, bedding, furniture, vintage wares, and more.

“It’s a one-stop shop for all those finishing pieces you need to round out a whole room,” Casey says. “Everything in the showroom is super durable and wearable and casual and livable. I found a lot of inspiration from 1950s gentleman’s ranches and brought in the utilitarian elements of a beautiful English kitchen so it balances out the masculinity. But I think it’s just a little bit softer and more timeless than what Austin’s signature style is known for, and I’m excited about that. It’s an evolution of what Austin looks like now.” 

Anastasia Casey Showroom (photo by Madeline Harper)
Anastasia Casey Showroom (photo by Madeline Harper)

“English roots but a Texas grit”

Step inside and discover Casey’s cabinetry collection with “English roots but a Texas grit” built into the office in an array of colors. There are tissue boxes, fly swatters, and brooms made from reclaimed leather by an artist in Los Angeles; organic linen bedding with gingham checks from a British brand; and statement wallpaper from her collaboration with Chasing Paper.

For those who prioritize bestowing their home with a one-of-a-kind touch, the showroom could prove to be a treasure trove. Dreamy velvet furniture from Carley Summers, Casey’s friend, is only available to view in person here. Vintage items found under Casey’s discerning gaze dot the store, including sculptural leather chairs, updated lamps with brass trim, landscape paintings sourced from Denmark, and rugs in red and orange colorways. There’s also a selection of eclectic books to add a pop of intrigue to any room or coffee table, from Palestinian cookbooks to art and photography books from the ’50s. 

Anastasia Casey Showroom (photo by Madeline Harper)
Anastasia Casey Showroom (photo by Madeline Harper)

Schedule an appointment

If you need the ideal painting to complete your gallery wall or a brilliant conversation starter for the mantel, stop by the showroom, or email for an appointment at hi@theinterior.co. You’re likely to be helped by Casey herself.

Visit the Anastasia Casey Showroom at 7509 Manchaca Rd, Suite 400. Open by appointment only Monday through Thursday and Friday 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

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