Best of Design
From the best showroom to the top Tastemakers, These people and places - All Selected by you, The Readers - Are Shaping the Design Scene in Southern California.
From Left: Westride, a residential project in Portola Valley by LA - based architecture firm Ehrlich Yanai Rhee Chaney: This Ojai project by Nickey Kehoe was originally designed by John C Austin in the early 1900s.
Cosentino recently debuted the Dekton Onirika Collection by designer Nina Magon, seen here in the Trance colorway. Art Angels shows an exciting range of works from both established and emerging artists. "land of Dreams" (2022. oil on canvas) framed 72.5" by 56.5"; dynamic duo aly Morford and Leigh Lincoln from Pure Salts Interiors.
Combining Stylish finishes with genius storage solutions, California Closets makes organizational dreams come true.
SOCO & The OC Mix is a welcoming one-stop shop for some of the design industry's best brands, including Ann Sacks, Farrow & Ball, Pirch, Roche Bobois and many more.
A stunning door by L.A. - based PINKYS, a family-run business that creates custom doors and windwos from Iron, steel and Glass
With showrooms in Brentwood in Palm Springs, Grace Home Furnishing is a go-to source from modern Furniture, decor and more
Rolling Greens has several outposts in Los Angeles. including the recently opend Studio City location at The Shops at Sportsmen's Lodge. A new Santa Monica location that's more nursery-focused will open in late spring.
Edra's On the Rocks sectional, designed by Francesco Binfare; Thomas Lavin has showrooms at the Laguna Design Center and the Pacific Design Center.
Roche Bobois' Caractere sofa is designed by Sacha Lakic: Coup D'Etat's recently opend Los Angeles Showroom on Robertson Boulevard features a stunning custom tile installation by Linda Fahey.
With showrooms across Southern California, Pirch is a go-to resource for appliances and much more: Harbinger's extensive fabric selection is a dream for patterns lovers.
Stark has a wide range of rugs and carpets for a variety of projects: SoCal designer Mary McDonald's new indoor-outdoor collection for Schumacher Visual Comfort's Talia Chandelier.