It’s not hard to find Beatnik. The building housing the Oak Cliff lifestyle shop is marked by local artist Courtney Miles’ massive black-and-white mural of ’50s beatniks. It’s also not hard to see why it’s a dream project for owner and longtime Gypsy Wagon employee Lindsey Munchrath.
Upstairs, shoppers can find vintage Moroccan rugs, one-of-a-kind jewelry, leather baby moccasins, and Munchrath’s own designs for pillows and poufs brought to life by Moroccan artisans, a collaboration facilitated by a family friend in Marrakesh. On the first floor, women can shop from a curated collection of vintage tees, Levis, and jewelry, along with popular Australian labels and boho brands including Flynn Skye.
Plus, it’s all wrapped up in an airy (and beatnik-approved) black-and-white interior, complete with a patio and fire pit. We dig it, man.