Top 10 Home Goods Stores in Los Angeles
Interior designer (and one of my best friends) Hillary Thomas’ recently opened store in Brentwood features refurbished vintage furnishings and high-impact accents such as Asian-inspired lamp finials and porcelain figurines.
11973 San Vicente Blvd., Ste. 101
This in-demand designer nails that chicly thrown together Anglo-ethnic look that I am so fond of (think old world seascape paintings mixed with groovy Moroccan rugs). Her new store carries both custom furnishings and revamped antiques.
912 N. La Cienega Blvd.
Staged on the second Sunday of every month in Pasadena, L.A.'s biggest flea market teems with jaw-dropping treasures, both big and small.
1001 Rose Bowl Dr., Pasadena
Summerland Antiques Collective
Twenty-six dealers serve up an abundant and far-reaching assortment of art, furnishings, rugs and curious all under one roof. Totally worth the 90-minute trek from LA (plus you’ll find loads of other richly stocked antique shops around it).
2192 Ortega Hill Road.
The Vintage Collective
About a dozen well-known vintage vendors, including Scout LA, are housed in this cavernous warehouse, each purveying decades-old desirables, from mid-century modern coffee tables to lushly beaded lace dresses.
2122 E. 4th St., Long Beach
45 Three Modern Vintage Home
Come here for a mishmash of elegantly revamped vintage settees, boldly hued lamps, quirky portraits and marble busts at modest prices.
1051 1/2 S Fairfax Ave.
This sprawling two-story store sells everything from gently used well-priced furnishings to delicate china gleaned from local estates.
1879 Santa Monica Boulevard
Proprietor/decorator Nathan Turner’s cottage-like shop brims with gypset-spirited furniture, Suzani textiles and globally sourced art.
636 N. Almont Dr.
South of France-chic dishes, napkins, blankets and more.
148 S. La Brea Ave.
Chippendale style chairs, pagoda lanterns and Lucite tables are mainstays at this West Palm Beach store.
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