RS INSPIRATION | A Trip Down South

On a recent trip to Los Angeles I went in search of the city’s top home decor spots. There were a few in  particular that stood out in the list of “must see”  three extraordinary concept showrooms which literally took my breath away. I was so inspired and just had to share what I found inside of each one of them.

TWENTIETH GALLERY

First on the list was Twentieth located on Beverly Blvd. OMG!  I walked into this massive showroom and instantly marveled at what I saw. Specializing in fashion-forward contemporary designer furniture, luxurious home-décor, lighting, and innovative art and sculpture all from internationally renowned designers and artists was spectacular.

KELLY WEARSTLER

Kelly Wearstler located on Melrose Place was next on my list and was nothing short of stunning.  Once inside I was staggered finding myself totally wrapped up in a world of the most beautiful and diverse blend of furniture, lighting, decorative home furnishings, art and sculpture and eventually had to drag myself out the door in order to make it to a lunch appointment.

Playful dichotomy figurative statement table

Playful dichotomy figurative statement table

Gorgeous stone table

Gorgeous stone table

Elaborate bejeweled front door handle

Elaborate bejeweled front door handle

An inside look into a world of luxurious lifestyle products

An inside look into a world of luxurious lifestyle products

They named this one right.  Raw crystal tiara ‘Head Trip’ Fiona sculpture

They named this one right.  Raw crystal tiara ‘Head Trip’ Fiona sculpture

THE APARTMENT BY THE LINE

Last on my list was the Apartment By The Line on Melrose Place.  Once again I found myself enveloped in yet another brilliantly curated showroom encompassing the most gorgeous blend of fashion, home décor, lighting, works of art, beauty items and gifts all blended together in the intimate setting of a private and luxurious home.  I confess, I coveted every treasure on display.

 Round ‘Lacava’ floor-standing soaking tub.

 Round ‘Lacava’ floor-standing soaking tub.