11 Best Interior Design Shops and Pop-Ups in Los Angeles – The Hollywood Reporter


Topped by a landscaped rooftop terrace designed by Teremoto, Kalon’s first space showcases the beauty of its minimalist wood furnishings, owned by Kylie Jenner and Rosie Huntington-Whiteley. 3559½ Casitas Avenue, Atwater Village; kalonstudios.com

Chair by Kalon Studios.


Interior design duo Louise Pierce and Emily Ward, designers of homes for Leonardo DiCaprio, Brie Larson, Dakota Johnson and Kate Hudson, temper their maximalist aesthetic with soft sage green walls in their debut store. 1956 Hillhurst Ave, Los Feliz; pierceandward.com

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Emily Ward, left, and Louisa Pierce of Pierce & Ward.
Pierce and protect


Three interior designers – former producers Caitlin Scanlon and Abby Wolf-Weiss and former production designer Julie Goldman – have joined forces to transform a bungalow into an inviting retail and coworking space, plus offices for their separate businesses. Fans include UTA’s Blair Kohan, CAA’s Risa Gertner and writer Jenji Kohan. 507 N. Larchmont Blvd.; shopmaquette.com

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Maquette’s 1920s bungalow with vintage and contemporary pieces.


The designer – whose fans include Mandy Moore, Vanessa Carlton and Nacho Figueras – shares her collection of curvaceous furniture for retailer Lulu & Georgia in a pop-up at Platform in Culver City. Intriguing details are inspired by his travel memories, from European boutique hotels to Roman ruins and Parisian cafe floors. 8850 Washington Blvd; luluandgeorgia.com, until March 30

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The Lulu & Georgia x Sarah Sherman Samuel pop-up at Platform Culver City.
Lulu & Georgia


Bespoke furniture designer Cooper Reynolds Gross, who worked closely with interior designer Vanessa Alexander for nearly a decade, is branching out into retail by partnering with Fred Segal. For his freshman collection, “Feels Right, Feels Good”, he ventured into the commercial space of furniture for the first time. Fred Segal, 8500 Sunset Boulevard, fredsegal.com

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Furniture Designs by. Cooper Reynolds Gross.
Cooper Reynolds Gross/Fred Segal


Combine power lunch and shopping starting next month when the San Francisco-based Coup, founded by Darin Geise, opens on Robertson Boulevard across from the Ivy. Fusing high-end furniture, exclusive collaborations with cutting-edge artists, curated vintage, and a provocative visual program that constantly reinvents the store floor, it’s an invitation to repeat visits where you’re likely to come across designs such as Martyn Lawrence Bullard, Jeff Andrews, Joan Behnke and Kelly Wearstler shopping for clients. 100 N. Robertson Blvd., coupdetatsf.com


Gilded Owl, the Hudson Valley-based decorative arts gallery founded by Andy Goldsborough, has taken up residence on Beverly Boulevard, showcasing mid-century Italian furniture alongside collaborations such as “The Pool Table Series.” by Charlap Hyman & Herrero, sculptural tables in polished aluminum tops that evoke the kidney-shaped swimming pools of Southern California. Kirsten Dunst’s home sports paints from the shop. 7282 Beverly Blvd., thegildedowl.com

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Golden Owl, Los Angeles.
Stephen Busken


Located on a stretch of Melrose east of LaBrea that has quietly become a design destination, and housed in a building designed by Frank Gehry as a residence and studio for graphic artist Lou Danziger, the art deco, postmodern collection and contemporary early 20th century furniture from the Seventh House Gallery blends in with the beauty of the quiet, serene space. 7001 Melrose Ave., Seventh House.


The New York galley has opened an outpost just behind the Château Marmont. It debuted with a group exhibition, “The Endless Summer”, which features works by nearly 30 artists and designers, including Daniel Arsham, Michael Anastassiades and Angela Anh Nguyen. “This is one of the world’s first collectible contemporary design galleries, and it really ups LA’s game to have them here,” says interior designer Oliver M. Furth, who shops there. for his clients (including actor-director Clark Duke and entrepreneur Moj Mahdara). 8260 Marmont Lane, albertzbenda.com

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The Endless Summer exhibition at albertz benda / Friedman Benda, Los Angeles. Until March 26. Courtesy of the artists and albertz benda and Friedman Benda, New York.
Ed Mumford


Adriano Balestra’s boutique, tucked away behind Lee Stanton Antiques on La Cienega, blends the Roman-born interior designer’s Italian roots with his love for Japanese antiques for a unique take on the wabi-sabi aesthetic. 767 N. La Cienga Blvd., studio-balestra.com

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Antonio Balestra in his Studio Balestra store on La Cienga Boulevard in Los Angeles.
Balestra Studio


For their first pop-up in Los Angeles, through March 19, luxury design platform The Invisible Collection, whose Charles Zana sofa is featured in Gwyneth Paltrow’s Montecito home, has teamed up with Sotheby’s, pairing a selection of furniture from their list of emerging designers with Sotheby’s exhibition of iconic sheep by sculptors François-Xavier and Claude Lalanne. 350 N. Camden Dr., Beverly Hills, sothebys.com

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Invisible Collection exhibition at Sotheby’s Los Angeles.
Richie Davis

A version of this story first appeared in the March 9 issue of The Hollywood Reporter magazine. Click here to subscribe.

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