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Cassina’s astounding three-level space — designed by its art director Patricia Urquiola, the renowned Spanish architect and industrial designer — is the Italian furniture manufacturer’s largest store to date. It features modular works by the late Virgil Abloh as well as showcases its iMastri Collection, timeless pieces courtesy of the company’s tradition of collaborating with the foundations of significant architects and designers including Charlotte Perriand and Gaetano Pesce. 145 N. Robertson Blvd., cassina.com.
Dominated by Odette, a nearly century old olive tree that canopies its interior, Olive Ateliers — Kim Kardashian’s “favorite new store for home accessories” — has become an obsession for its TikTok and Instagram followers including Kendall Jenner and Elsa Hosk. Fans sign up to receive notice of the atelier’s online and in-person drops and grab what founders Kendall Knox, Ben Knox, and Laura Sotelo call “objects with old souls,” including worn Turkish vases and vintage Chinese elm benches.. 1210 Mateo St., oliveateliers.com
Longtime garden emporium Inner Gardens, now in a new location in a former bank building in Culver City, is a treasure trove of landscape designer Stephen Block’s intriguing global finds and the company’s collection of reproduction pots. “Like gardens, you never know what you’re going to find,” Block says. That serendipity is catnip to clients that include Spago, Soho House, Kelly Wearstler, Elton John, and Ellen Pompeo. 4444 Sepulveda Blvd., innergardens.com
HABITAT HOME & GARDEN
“In a world where people, products and homes increasingly resemble one another, we take pride in being different,” says Habitat Home & Garden’s Kaj Maloney. The third outpost of the Central California-based family business started by his grandfather sprawls across a former hardware store in Malibu, celebrating the laid-back luxe of coastal California life with a range of unique furnishings and one-of-a-kind designs, from rustic wood furniture to vintage rugs and sun-bleached accessories. No wonder the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are customers. 21249 Pacific Coast Highway, habitathomeandgarden.com
Previously available exclusively via an invite-only online platform — founded by branding expert Guido Callarelli and creative director and curator Birta Ólafsdóttir — LDV’s inventory of immaculately restored art deco and ’70s-era furniture can now be seen in person at its new pop-up store near the West Hollywood Design District. 156 S. Robertson Blvd., ldv.club
Once-roaming furniture shop Pop-Up Home — beloved of Tessa Thomson, Ryan Reynolds, Shay Mitchell, Vanessa Hudgens, Melissa McCarthy, and Kristen Bell — now has a permanent address in Melrose Hill. “I’m all about comfort and hanging out,” says founder Tricia Benitez Beanum, describing the store’s “mixed bag” of finds that include sculptural vintage furniture, ’70s studio pottery and contemporary art from UNREPD, a gallery co-founded by Beanum and Sarah Mantilla Griffin, that focuses on emerging artists.. 642 N. Western Ave., popuphome.com
Tucked beneath her studio on La Cienega’s hallowed design quarter, interior designer Natasha Baradaran’s experiential shop highlights the tactile approach to home and life that have made her a hit with clients including Heather and Christoper McQuarrie, Luis Miguel and Kate Hudson. “My multi-cultural background roots me in the importance of making people feel comfortable,” says Baradaran. The welcoming, jasmine-scented NB Shop space, showcasing Persian Garden, her latest textile collection which honors her Iranian roots, makes that abundantly clear. 725 N. La Cienega Blvd., natashabaradaran.com
SHOWROOM FROM THE EXPERT
Design consultation platform The Expert — co-founded by John Legend and Chrissy Teigen’s interior designer Jake Arnold — launched its ecommerce arm Showroom earlier this year. It has now added a by-appointment warehouse in West Adams, where vintage Carl Malmsten, Axel Einar Hjorth and Josef Frank finds tango with Showroom’s made-to-order furniture line, designed by Arnold. A podcast, hosted by Arnold and Jessica Romm Perez, the former editor of Domino, debuts in October, while the designer has also just published his first book, Jake Arnold: Redefining Comfort as well as a line with Crate & Barrel. Email email@example.com for appointments; thexpert.com
FLORA GRUBB GARDENS
Flora Grubb, the highly-touted San Francisco garden shop, which focuses on sustainability and “lavishly beautiful gardens that require minimal water and chemicals to maintain,” has opened in Los Angeles, taking over the Marina Del Rey Garden Center which had long relied on the brand’s nursery, located just north of San Diego, for stocking its rare and drought tolerant plants. 13198 Mindanao Way, Marina del Rey, floragrubb.com
While he may not have been the first person to merge residence and retail, The Future Perfect’s David Alhadeff has elevated the concept to an art form. The fourth itineration of the Los Angeles’ destination for collectible contemporary design is now ensconced in the gracious three-story beaux-arts neoclassical home, newly landscaped by Art Luna, that Arthur S. Heineman designed for film producer Samuel Goldwyn. By appointment only, thefutureperfect.com
HOUSE OF LEON and TAPPAN COLLECTIVE
Twins Jordan and Steven Neman, who run House of Leon, and their sister, Chelse Neman Nassib, the founder of Tappan Collective have commandeered catty-corner shops on a corner of Melrose Avenue that enable the siblings to demonstrate how to seamlessly integrate furniture and art into a residential space, using House of Leon’s stylish yet accessibly-priced furniture, designed and produced in a family-owned atelier in Turkey, and art chosen from Tappan Collective’s roster of emerging talent. 8200 Melrose Ave., house-of-leon-furniture.com and tappancollective.com
Topped by a landscaped roof deck designed by Teremoto, Kalon’s first space highlights the beauty of its minimalist wood furniture, owned by the likes of Kylie Jenner and Rosie Huntington-Whiteley. 3559½ Casitas Ave., Atwater Village; kalonstudios.com
PIERCE & WARD
Interior design duo Louisa Pierce and Emily Ward, creators of homes for the likes of Leonardo DiCaprio, Brie Larson, Dakota Johnson and Kate Hudson, temper their maximalist aesthetic with soft sage green walls in their first shop. 1956 Hillhurst Ave., Los Feliz; pierceandward.com
Three interior designers — former producers Caitlin Scanlon and Abby Wolf-Weiss and onetime production designer Julie Goldman — have joined forces to transform a bungalow into an inviting retail and co-working space, plus offices for their separate firms. Fans include UTA’s Blair Kohan, CAA’s Risa Gertner and writer Jenji Kohan. 507 N. Larchmont Blvd.; shopmaquette.com
COOPER REYNOLDS GROSS x FRED SEGAL COLLABORATION
Custom furniture designer Cooper Reynolds Gross, who’s worked closely with interior designer Vanessa Alexander for close to a decade, goes retail, partnering with Fred Segal. For his freshman collection, “Feels Right, Feels Good” he ventures into the commercial furniture space for the first time. Fred Segal, 8500 Sunset Boulevard, fredsegal.com
Combine power lunching with shopping starting next month when San Francisco-based Coup D’Etat, founded by Darin Geise, opens on Robertson Boulevard across the street from the Ivy. Fusing high-end furniture, exclusive collaborations with cutting-edge artists, curated vintage, and a provocative visual program that consistently reimagines the store’s floor, it’s an invitation for repeated visits where you’ll likely bump into designs such as Martyn Lawrence Bullard, Jeff Andrews, Joan Behnke and Kelly Wearstler shopping for their clients. 100 N. Robertson Blvd., coupdetatsf.com
Gilded Owl, the Hudson Valley-based decorative arts gallery founded by Andy Goldsborough, has set up shop on Beverly Boulevard, showcasing mid-century Italian furniture alongside collaborations like “The Pool Table Series” from Charlap Hyman & Herrero, sculptural tables with polished aluminum tops that evoke Southern California’s kidney-shaped pools. Kirsten Dunst’s home sports paintings from the shop. 7282 Beverly Blvd., thegildedowl.com
SEVENTH HOUSE LA
Located on a stretch of Melrose east of LaBrea that’s quietly become a design destination, and housed in a building designed by Frank Gehry as a residence and studio for graphic artist Lou Danziger, Seventh House Gallery’s collection of early 20th century deco, postmodern and contemporary art furniture melds with the beauty of the quiet, serene space. 7001 Melrose Ave., seventhhouse.la
ALBERTZ BENDA | FRIEDMAN BENDA
The New York gallery’s L.A. outpost is tucked just behind the Chateau Marmont. Reaching beyond the white-walled fine art gallery, their goal is to expand our current concept of art and design to include craft, architecture, and technology. “They are one of the premier collectible contemporary design galleries anywhere in the world, and it really ups the L.A. game to have them here,” says interior designer Oliver M. Furth, who shops there for his clients (who include actor-director Clark Duke and entrepreneur Moj Mahdara). 8260 Marmont Lane, albertzbenda.com and friedmanbenda.com
Adriano Balestra’s shop, tucked behind Lee Stanton Antiques on La Cienega, mixes the Roman-born interior designer’s Italian roots with his love for Japanese antiquities for a unique take on wabi-sabi aesthetics. 767 N. La Cienega Blvd., studio-balestra.com
11:10 a.m. Sept. 12: Updated with additional design shops.
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