The retail progeny of Interior Illusions, whose furnishings and decor have been seen in the Los Angeles Times, Esquire House, and celebrity homes, iSquared outfits shoppers with contemporary and quirky designs. Fashionable beds blend modern foundations with vintage flourishes, and an assortment of lounge chairs seamlessly combines elements such as white oak, graphite, and stainless steel into eye-catching urban recliners. iSquared's table lamps sport mod bases and unconventional angles, proving that light bulbs can be cutting edge and that lampshades look good on things other than siblings' heads.
Featured in the Los Angeles Times and California Home + Design magazine, Bridgid Coulter Design inspires shoppers with modern and traditional decorative home accents and one-of-a-kind gift ideas. Visit the design shop with its exposed-brick and whitewashed walls to peruse a slew of specialty items perched on modular shelves and displayed in stylish window vignettes. Enhance a home's vibe with temple bells ($34), lace sea coral ($24), or porcelain shell vases ($15). Roost Horn ginkgo serving utensils ($40) can add flair to lackluster serving bowls and lightweight summer scarves ($23) can double as makeshift handcuffs when arresting horribly inept escapologists.
Ortho Mattress has supported sleepers' backs with sturdy coils for more than 50 years, crafting Ortho LFC, Ortho Dr. Preferred and Summerhill & Bischop–brand mattresses in its Los Angeles factory before shipping them direct to customers. An Ortho Dr. Preferred Conform eurotop ($949.99–$1,499.99) cossets slumbering limbs in a 3-inch layer of contouring memory foam undergirded by supportive coils, while a 4.5-inch Ortho LFC smooth top ($199.99–$299.99) is slim enough to tuck into a trundle bed or rollaway. Both models come paired with a box-spring mate so that they'll always have a partner in Yahtzee. Besides in-house brands, Ortho Mattresses' showrooms stock Simmons Beautyrest and Sealy Posturepedic sleep sponges.
With retail locations in more than 50 countries around the world, BoConcept crafts unique and modern Danish furnishings that can be customized to suit one's home. BoConcept's stylish staff embraces a holistic-design approach and offers interior-design services to pair customers with ideal accent pieces of modular floor-art. Host games of Connect Four around a walnut-and-chrome coffee table ($449) or accessorize offices with a pearly white-lacquer table desk ($579). Through its modular design structure, many design elements can be customized to tailor the color, height, handles, and shelving to the client’s preferences. Peruse BoConcept’s menagerie of modular offerings and stock up on sleek and slender floor lamps or other reading prerequisites like armchairs, bookcases, and espresso cups that can fuel hours of late-night studying or mornings spent copying the encyclopedia word for word.
Other items include dining tables, slumber-aiding bedroom items, as well as wall art and wall sculptures to distract guests from the person-shaped hole in the wall. The Sofa Company also specializes in build-your-own sofas, for which you can choose from any size, fabric, or configuration and put together the couch that floats around the sky in your dreams (around $600+).
Acapillow beautifies abodes with a wide variety of modern and vintage home furnishings, including furniture, garden decorations, accent pieces, and accessories. Patrons can opt for a vintage Moroccan hand screened glass ($10) to fill with beverages or use it to store a multitude of slightly smaller glasses. Moroccan tea pots ($110) accompany lonely tables, and various embroidered and vintage pillows ($40–$450) accent sofas, beds, and languages. Bare mantels can be jazzed up with vintage glass decanters ($35) and martini apéritif bottles ($50) containing the ghosts of dearly departed spirits.