Jackalope's buyers travel the world to curate an exotic collection of home and garden accessories, filling their boutique with ornamentations from Asia, Mexico, and towns across the globe. The eclectic décor, which has been featured on HGTV's The Outdoor Room, spills out from the multicolored store into a peaceful outdoor oasis teeming with intricate pottery, stone statues, and dulcet wind chimes. Fountains gurgle as eyes take in the sun-soaked scene of vividly colored pots, sculptures, and gleeful Buddha figurines that counsel garden gnomes on how to achieve enlightenment.
Specializing in rare and exotic plants, The Tropics delights fans of vegetation with a 20,000-square-foot indoor/outdoor jungle overrun with the tentacles of unusual plants snaking around pots and up tree trunks. Thousands of one-of-a-kind members of the kingdom Plantae, including interior plants, sprout within the 40-year-old garden, such as towering kentia palms ($50+) and spindly rhapis palms ($50+). Other leafy residents include ruffled staghorn ferns ($50+) and manicured bonsai ($40+) trimmed to resemble a weatherworn tree or the shape of a perfect explosion. The Tropics’ well-respected plantscapers cultivate shrubbery for various notable clients, from Disney and Universal Studios to the Oscars, the Emmys, and the Grammys. The Tropics does not carry citrus, roses or other flowers, vines, or ground-cover plants.
Housing a menagerie of home improvement implements and constructive constructables, Koontz Hardware's helpful handymen hawk repair-ready wares from this West Hollywood building bazaar. Restoration-minded repairmen and repairwomen can comb through the expansive recesses of Koontz's 100,000-piece inventory, replenishing depleted toolboxes with new essentials ranging from tape measures (starting at $8.99) and dish towels ($5.99), to paint brushes (starting at $1.99) and electrical outlet travel adaptors ($4.99–$8.99). Spruce up dinged desks and furniture with touch-up pens (starting at $4.99) or help keep loving cups loveable with a squirt of shinifying silver cleaners and polishes (starting at $4.99).
Shop modern furniture and home decor accessories - unique and vibrant one-of-kinds, designer collections, and Plushpod custom creations. From candles and clocks, kitchen and bath to bedroom furniture, sofas and outdoor modern furniture.
Dr. John Kahen studied at UCLA and Ross University School of Medicine, where he learned the surgical and medical techniques he now uses to treat male pattern baldness. To suit individual needs, the team employs varied methodologies, such as follicular unit extraction, which transplants one unique snowflake of hair at a time, or hair-transplant surgery, which subtly relocates large swaths of hair. Medical hair-loss therapy impedes the conversion of testosterone to DHT, the hormone that causes male pattern baldness. Kahen and company treat both men and women, and their services can apply either to the scalp or to other body areas.