Lambert Home & Garden





 Did you know that currently over 27 million  kids have been  forced into child slavery? I was not aware of these statistics. This is why Sarah and Katie of Lambert Home & Garden are out to change this statistic. Sarah and Katie are sisters who are bringing awareness to the issue of child slavery and making sure we too have  the  information we need to help bring change.

  You ask why? The Lambert sisters are the owners of this amazing home & garden store and have made it their mission to source only the best items that are not produced by people forced into slavery. I was touched by the way these sisters are making a difference in the business of home interior design and showing its consumers there is value in what you buy to add beauty and awareness.  



 Both sisters are from Texas and bring an awesome dynamic to their store's beauty. One sister is all about the business side and the other has a great background in interior design. The sisters know what they are doing and their passion truly shines through when you walk into the store. 


 Walking around the store I wanted to touch everything,  and sit on all the chairs. The store is very pretty and every detail is just perfect. From the art on the wall to the perfect candle that is burning in the store. You will want to make sure you cover every inch of the store to get a sense of what was chosen and the story behind it.



 The Lambert Home & Garden store has been open for 2 months now and are making their impact in the city of Southlake. I was impressed with the sister's love for each other and the vision they have for the store and legacy they want to leave. I know I feel good shopping in a store where the owners care about others and what it means to be aware of others by showing and teaching that beauty is not just luxury but affordable as well). 

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