Originally a Ford dealership, this charming shop is a must-visit for furniture collectors.
This spacious showroom offers a wide selection of pieces by top Danish designers, and on-site restoration services.
Owner Gerard O’Brien specializes in impeccably restored mid-century West Coast classics and handcrafted furnishings.
Offering a mix of 20th century design, European antiques, and artifacts, it’s a favorite among afficianados.
Hamaeker’s tightly edited stock of antiques and fine art objects changes often, and is always worth seeing.
German ceramics, mid-century serving trays and objects by master metalsmith Carl Aubock.
One of the most incredible 20th century furniture and design galleries in the country, offering pristine examples of mid-century American furniture and collectibles, from sofas to bar tools.
This homey retail store stocks vintage finds, private-label products, and a selection of handpicked goods from around the globe.
The meticulously curated Orange showcases a striking and diverse array of vintage light fixtures, gaming tables, and mirrors.
An eclectic mix of art and objects, wall decor, seating, tables, and lighting.
The latest addition to Beverly Blvd’s thriving design scene. Owner Scotti Sitz, who’s worked with fashion brands like Calvin Klein and Armani, opened Garde to showcase works that weren’t available in LA.
Offering an impressive range of mid-century furniture, fixtures, and one-of-a-kind pieces for the discerning collector.
Owner Lee Stanton is L.A.’s top purveyor of stylish 17th, 18th and 19th century British and European antiques.
A gallery filled with rare collectibles, fixtures, and furniture that looks like it just came off a movie set. Because it did.
Opened in 1996 by Robert Willson and David Serrano, it’s known for its high energy and imaginative mix of designs and finishes.
One of the best selections of mid-century furniture and deco- rative arts in LA.
This 34,000-square foot gallery and showroom houses numerous museum-quality collections. Chen’s furniture, lighting, accessories, and art are always ahead of trends.
A haven for collectors and designers seeking offbeat curiosities; anything from a 1940s NYC subway sign to 18th century patio furniture.
This boutique, showroom, gallery and shop is housed in Howard Hughes’s former Hollywood head- quarters. Just One Eye is known for displaying world-class art, with works from Damien Hirst and Takashi Murakami. The store offers an array of luxury brands, like Rodarte and Proenza Schouler, and many of the lines carried here are exclusive to Just One Eye.