A+R

In 2005, Rose Apodaca and her husband, Andy Griffith, decided to open a modern home goods store on a whim, and three outposts later, it's clear their impulse has had staying power. Divided into color-blocked zones, the spaces are devoted to cleverly designed items, like Droog's self-balancing serving trays and Ora Ito's undulating, gold-plated hard drive.
1121 Abbot Kinney Blvd., 310-392-9128; 311 Arizona Ave., 310-394-4267, aplusrstore.com

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