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The best design and furniture stores in LA, mapped

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Whether you’re looking to transform your home into a Moroccan paradise or a minimalist retreat, these local stores will help you show off your interior design chops.

While these boutiques may lack a maze-like layout (we see you, supersized Ikea) or catalogs of encyclopedic proportions (ahem, Restoration Hardware), their well-curated inventories speak for themselves. And whether you’re a midcentury modern enthusiast who can’t turn away from a tapered leg, a maximalist design fiend with a thing for gold-and-marble everything, or an eclectic collector of curiosities, there’s something for everyone on this list.

Alongside one-of-a-kind Gold Bug and locally-based chain HD Buttercup, explore the map below for LA’s best independent boutiques and showrooms for all abode styles and budgets.

If we missed your favorite store, let us know on the tip line or in the comments, and we might add it in.

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Amsterdam Modern

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This 10,000-square-foot warehouse houses pristine midcentury modern seating and lighting straight outta Holland. You can also swing by their New Made LA shop in Highland Park, where you’ll find vintage-inspired modern goods all handmade in our city.

Two orange arm chairs next to a brown table. Courtesy of Amsterdam Modern

Badia Design

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Gypset decor aficionados will find all of the Moroccan imports needed to create the globally-inspired abode of their dreams, including carved wood cabinets, decorative mirrors, brass and glass lamps, colorful leather poufs, handmade mosaic tile tables, and more.

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Bauer Pottery Showroom

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Big Daddy's Antiques

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This unique Culver City antiques wonderland is a favorite among set decorators, event planners, and amateur and pro interior designers, and with good reason. There’s something for every taste and room, like eclectic industrial tables, decorative crocodile skulls, ornate vintage cabinets, and more.

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Cisco Home

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After elbowing your way through the selfie shoots (just look for the massive Made in LA mural), explore the store’s inventory of sustainable and eco-friendly furnishings, seating, vintage decor, kitchen linens, and more.

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Founded by interior designers Mat Sanders and Brandon Quattrone, this boutique is little bit Italian modern and a little bit Miami Vice, but with a globally-inspired bent. Here, find printed pillows by Shilo Engelbrecht and sleek bedsheets by Parachute alongside brass bar carts, furniture by celebrity interior designer Estee Stanley, and playful handmade ceramics by Lux/Eros, to name just a few.

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Swedish interior designer Isabelle Dahlin's roots inform her globally-inspired home furnishings boutique, which relocated from Silver Lake to Atwater Village earlier this year. (There's also an outpost in Ojai.) The shop stocks midcentury modern seating and primitive mixing bowls alongside colorful vintage pillows and industrial lighting, plus custom vintage-inspired furniture.

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Gold Bug

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Grace Home Furnishings

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Geared towards purveyors of contemporary decor, this 3,000-square-foot Brentwood Village store “combines East Coast refinement and Old Hollywood glamour with the comfort and ease of Southern California living.”

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Hammer And Spear

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This is how we imagine the Most Interesting Man in the World’s pad would look. Husband-and-wife owners Scott Jarrell and Kristan Cunningham’s Arts District shop is where you’ll find vintage fur rugs and WWII-era bric-a-brac mixed in with midcentury modern chairs, luxe leather accessories, and musky home fragrances.

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H.D. Buttercup L.P.

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Now with four home decor havens across LA, HD Buttercup’s largest (and first) outpost in Culver City’s Helm Bakery District boasts over 100,000 square feet of vintage, antique, and modern furnishings, seating, lighting, decor, rugs, and more. Don’t miss its half-yearly sales and warehouse blowouts for major markdowns, too.

Inside a furniture store. There is a dark blue couch, a blue arm chair, a black coffee table, various light fixtures, and other items of furniture. A yellow and grey patterned area rug is under the coffee table. Photo courtesy of HD Buttercup

Playful and smart Scandinavian design is on display at this modern Abbot Kinney boutique, which carries adorable Studio Arhoj ceramics, furniture by Menu, kitchen goods by Stelton, and clothing for women, men, and kids.

The interior of a furniture store. There are many items of furniture and various decorative items in a room. There is a blue and white polkadot area rug. Courtesy of Huset

JF Chen Antiques

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Kelly Wearstler Flagship

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The California design mastermind has dressed up hotels such as the Viceroy Miami and Four Seasons Anguilla, and at her LA flagship, you’ll find pieces (like chunky gold-accented marble tables and carved oak credenzas) to recreate her maximalist style. Her raw and refined approach extends to luxe tabletop decor and pieces for your jewelry box, too.

The inside of a furniture store. There are multitudes of chairs, tables, and light fixtures arranged around a large room. Photo courtesy of Kelly Wearstler

Lawrence Of La Brea

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L'Éclaireur

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The Mart Collective

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Midcentury LA

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This 12,000-square-foot midcentury modern furniture showroom is filled floor to ceiling with complete dining chair sets, pristine credenzas, coffee tables, lighting, and decor imported from Denmark and Sweden.

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Modernica

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For true-to-the-original (read: not knock-offs) fiberglass shell chairs, Case Study furniture, George Nelson bubble lamps, and other midcentury modern design classics, a visit to Modernica is a must.

Many chairs are stacked on top of each other. There are also assorted chairs arranged on shelves on display. The floor is emerald green. Photo courtesy of Ja Tecson Photography/Modernica

Rolling Greens

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Tortoise General Store

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If MUJI’s massive stores prove overwhelming for your minimalist Japanese-inspired abode, retreat to this small but well-curated Venice shop by way of Tokyo. Find hemp palm scrubbers, coffee and tea brewing essentials, stationery, and tableware by Hasami Porcelain in the mail store, then make your way to the back space for more home goods and works by Japanese artists.

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Amsterdam Modern

Two orange arm chairs next to a brown table. Courtesy of Amsterdam Modern

This 10,000-square-foot warehouse houses pristine midcentury modern seating and lighting straight outta Holland. You can also swing by their New Made LA shop in Highland Park, where you’ll find vintage-inspired modern goods all handmade in our city.

Two orange arm chairs next to a brown table. Courtesy of Amsterdam Modern

Badia Design

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Gypset decor aficionados will find all of the Moroccan imports needed to create the globally-inspired abode of their dreams, including carved wood cabinets, decorative mirrors, brass and glass lamps, colorful leather poufs, handmade mosaic tile tables, and more.

Courtesy of Badia Design

Bauer Pottery Showroom

Big Daddy's Antiques

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This unique Culver City antiques wonderland is a favorite among set decorators, event planners, and amateur and pro interior designers, and with good reason. There’s something for every taste and room, like eclectic industrial tables, decorative crocodile skulls, ornate vintage cabinets, and more.

Courtesy of Big Daddy Antiques

Cisco Home

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After elbowing your way through the selfie shoots (just look for the massive Made in LA mural), explore the store’s inventory of sustainable and eco-friendly furnishings, seating, vintage decor, kitchen linens, and more.

Courtesy of Cisco Home

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Founded by interior designers Mat Sanders and Brandon Quattrone, this boutique is little bit Italian modern and a little bit Miami Vice, but with a globally-inspired bent. Here, find printed pillows by Shilo Engelbrecht and sleek bedsheets by Parachute alongside brass bar carts, furniture by celebrity interior designer Estee Stanley, and playful handmade ceramics by Lux/Eros, to name just a few.

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deKor

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Swedish interior designer Isabelle Dahlin's roots inform her globally-inspired home furnishings boutique, which relocated from Silver Lake to Atwater Village earlier this year. (There's also an outpost in Ojai.) The shop stocks midcentury modern seating and primitive mixing bowls alongside colorful vintage pillows and industrial lighting, plus custom vintage-inspired furniture.

Photo courtesy of DeKor

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Gold Bug

My new favorite store! ❤ Thank you @esauarte for letting me know about this treasure

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Grace Home Furnishings

The interior of a furniture store. The walls are painted green. There is a green couch and two green arm chairs. There is a brown dog sitting on a tan patterned carpet looking towards the camera. Photo courtesy of Grace Home Furnishings

Geared towards purveyors of contemporary decor, this 3,000-square-foot Brentwood Village store “combines East Coast refinement and Old Hollywood glamour with the comfort and ease of Southern California living.”

The interior of a furniture store. The walls are painted green. There is a green couch and two green arm chairs. There is a brown dog sitting on a tan patterned carpet looking towards the camera. Photo courtesy of Grace Home Furnishings

Hammer And Spear

The interior of a furniture store. There is a black chair, black walls, and various items of furniture and shelves. Photo courtesy of Hammer + Spear

This is how we imagine the Most Interesting Man in the World’s pad would look. Husband-and-wife owners Scott Jarrell and Kristan Cunningham’s Arts District shop is where you’ll find vintage fur rugs and WWII-era bric-a-brac mixed in with midcentury modern chairs, luxe leather accessories, and musky home fragrances.

The interior of a furniture store. There is a black chair, black walls, and various items of furniture and shelves. Photo courtesy of Hammer + Spear

H.D. Buttercup L.P.

Inside a furniture store. There is a dark blue couch, a blue arm chair, a black coffee table, various light fixtures, and other items of furniture. A yellow and grey patterned area rug is under the coffee table. Photo courtesy of HD Buttercup

Now with four home decor havens across LA, HD Buttercup’s largest (and first) outpost in Culver City’s Helm Bakery District boasts over 100,000 square feet of vintage, antique, and modern furnishings, seating, lighting, decor, rugs, and more. Don’t miss its half-yearly sales and warehouse blowouts for major markdowns, too.

Inside a furniture store. There is a dark blue couch, a blue arm chair, a black coffee table, various light fixtures, and other items of furniture. A yellow and grey patterned area rug is under the coffee table. Photo courtesy of HD Buttercup

Huset

The interior of a furniture store. There are many items of furniture and various decorative items in a room. There is a blue and white polkadot area rug. Courtesy of Huset

Playful and smart Scandinavian design is on display at this modern Abbot Kinney boutique, which carries adorable Studio Arhoj ceramics, furniture by Menu, kitchen goods by Stelton, and clothing for women, men, and kids.

The interior of a furniture store. There are many items of furniture and various decorative items in a room. There is a blue and white polkadot area rug. Courtesy of Huset

JF Chen Antiques

Kelly Wearstler Flagship

The inside of a furniture store. There are multitudes of chairs, tables, and light fixtures arranged around a large room. Photo courtesy of Kelly Wearstler

The California design mastermind has dressed up hotels such as the Viceroy Miami and Four Seasons Anguilla, and at her LA flagship, you’ll find pieces (like chunky gold-accented marble tables and carved oak credenzas) to recreate her maximalist style. Her raw and refined approach extends to luxe tabletop decor and pieces for your jewelry box, too.

The inside of a furniture store. There are multitudes of chairs, tables, and light fixtures arranged around a large room. Photo courtesy of Kelly Wearstler

Lawrence Of La Brea

Lawson-fenning

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L'Éclaireur

The Mart Collective

Nick Metropolis

Midcentury LA

In a furniture store there are various assorted arm chairs, a desk, and shelves with other chairs on display. There are various works of art hanging on the wall. Photo courtesy of MidcenturyLA

This 12,000-square-foot midcentury modern furniture showroom is filled floor to ceiling with complete dining chair sets, pristine credenzas, coffee tables, lighting, and decor imported from Denmark and Sweden.

In a furniture store there are various assorted arm chairs, a desk, and shelves with other chairs on display. There are various works of art hanging on the wall. Photo courtesy of MidcenturyLA

Modernica

Many chairs are stacked on top of each other. There are also assorted chairs arranged on shelves on display. The floor is emerald green. Photo courtesy of Ja Tecson Photography/Modernica

For true-to-the-original (read: not knock-offs) fiberglass shell chairs, Case Study furniture, George Nelson bubble lamps, and other midcentury modern design classics, a visit to Modernica is a must.