Your décor design or style should tell a story and this can be done using the furniture and other small details in the room. There is plenty of potential in terms of custom handmade furniture in Los Angeles through various home décor stores which are ready to provide clients with just about every kind of home based on every individual’s preferences and the size and type of home they have; be it colossal or cozy. Everyone has their own likes and dislikes when it comes to their décor dream and Los Angeles will provide you with exactly what you need regardless of whether your style is extra-eclectic and funky where you will have stores such as Potted which is in Atwater Village or rustic mid-century style which you will find in stores such as Spear and Hammer in DTLA.
For those who live in color, A+R could be your second home. The founders namely Rose Apodaca and Andy Griffith have designed lots of great pieces that would fit right into your vision of your space ranging from quirky items for table tops to full-scale furnishing pieces.
Badia Design is for the gypset following with their multiple Morrocan finds, their deliciously vibrant poufs, glass and tin lanterns, colorful mosaic tables and their hand-painted furniture. Your home will feel like a globetrotter’s wildest dream.
The Holy grail for some of Los Angeles’ most picture-worthy walls would be Cisco Home where you will find what you are looking for if that is eco-friendly, locally made furniture to give your home that extra touch.
Design Within Reach is a store situated in the We Ho Design District and the store itself pays homage to both modern and retro design. From Noguchi to Eames to Saarinen, this place features more than several notable names in midcentury design and even more.
Grace Home Furnishings was established by Roger Stoker and Michael Ostrow who are designers as well. This store which can be found in Brentwood Village has dedicated itself to providing products for shoppers who want to infuse an authentic beach vibe, custom fabrics and vibrant colors into their home.
Amsterdam Modern is warehouse located in Echo Park and is 10,000 square feet in size all of which holds lighting fixtures and furniture that originates directly from Amsterdam. For enthusiasts of all things modern and mid-century alike, this could be the perfect utopia for you.
Croft House is a design studio in La Brea where you will be able to find handmade décor and furniture; also included will be shelving, dressers, and dining tables which are made from reclaimed wood. Here you will find minimalist pieces which have been crafted from materials that have been sustainably-sourced.
Ten Thousand Villages deals in all things comprising fair trade. It showcases accessories, jewelry, art, textiles, tableware and furniture which have been made by artisans hailing from Latin America, the Middle East, Asia and Africa. Shopping for décor from here means you will get a taste of various cultures and you can give your home an authentic cultural feel.
At JVB Interiors, you will find that the designers namely Regina and Damien show their experience in furniture design, staging and decorating for both commercial spaces and residential spaces while maintaining their keen eye for design, scale and color all of which gives rise to one-of-a-kind, new and vintage pieces in an entire luxe collection.
Individual Medley in Atwater Village is the by-product of Justin and Monica Boyes which is a husband and wife team and it perfectly embodies the growing families in the neighborhood. PDC rattle balls for the young ones, waxed canvas accessories for dad and hand-dyed shibori pillows for mom are perfect examples of how this Los Angeles store has something for everyone big a