Shops I frequent as an interior designer. These are just a few
  1. Big Daddy's Antiques
    Big Daddy’s Antiques is a retailer of one-of-a-kind antiques and reproductions from European, Asian, and North America. Big Daddy's is for interior designers, set decorators, landscape architects, photographers, event planners, and enthusiastic art & design lovers. A favorite for sure!
  2. Liz's Antique Hardware
    The best place for antique hardware... Which everyone needs! No really... There is an antique side run by my favorite Doc, he calls me Sunshine. They have a new side as well, Christopher can help you there. Here is a picture of Doc since he is my favorite.
  3. Nickey Kehoe
    Best all around curated store. Vintage finds, private label products, and a selection of handpicked goods from around the world.
  4. A + R
    Such a great store! Modern and warm with a unique design aesthetic led by Andy and Rose. It is also a great place to give a design worthy gift.
  5. Garde
    A high-end home furnishings and personal accessories store.
  6. Amsterdam Modern
    Amsterdam Modern offers mid-century and vintage furniture, lighting and other household items. Their inventory is from Amsterdam and is sourced from all corners of Holland. Their warehouse is in a 10,000 square feet warehouse just outside of Downtown Los Angeles. It is the best “hidden secret.”
  7. Acapillow
    Beautiful pillows and home goods. We do custom work with them all the time. And Eleanor and Peter are the best and quintessential Santa Monicans
  8. Mid Century LA
    midcenturyLA imports mid-century modern furniture from Denmark and Sweden. For mid century credenzas, dining sets, and lounge seating to examples by renowned designers of the period such as Hans Wegner, N.O. Moller, Erik Buck, Arne Norrell, Kai Kristiansen, Arne Vodder, Illum Wikkelso, Tove & Edvard Kindt-Larsen, Peter Hvidt, Orla Morlgaard-Nielsen, Yngve Ekstrom, Ib Kofod-Larsen, Johannes Andersen, etc. David Pierce is the owner and the coolest guy around
  9. Design Modern/Design Utopia
    Next to each other on Melrose, they both have a keen eye for picking quality and special vintage and antique furniture and sell at an affordable price.
  10. Lawson Fenning
    Lawson-fenning furniture has vintage pieces, but gives each piece a modern spin. Combining the principles and craft of mid- century california and scandinavian design with traditional details and modern stylings.
  11. HD Buttercup
    Standard but a goodie in the Helms Bakery
  12. Walnut Wallpaper
    Spend hours looking through books and books of wallpapers. They are the sweetest as well! We love wallpapers!!!
  13. Home Goods
    The cheapest and great for towels, baskets, and special cheap finds. We sometimes have to call moving companies to help us brig home our goodies.
  14. Mood Fabrics
    Known for being the fabric store on Project Runway, Mood is known for being a clothing store. We love to switch things up and use these fabrics. They have a great selection of Marc Jacobs and Anna Sui fabrics too
  15. Olde Good Things
    Frame your time walking through the rows of salvaged goodies. Old machine parts, tables, lighting and hardware are just a few to LIST.
  16. Cleveland Arts
    Cleveland Arts has a vast selection of vintage and recycled industrial design. They have a sale once a year that is very worth it
  17. Voila!
    If your on La Brea, take the time to walk through this showroom. Best selection of old European diagrams, lighting and curiosities. I just found out that they have events in their space as well.
  18. Hollywood at Home
    Peter Dunham's store has a wide arrange of fabrics from different designers. They have great lighting and furniture. We have bought this bed for a client!