Step inside to find a well-curated selection of prints and homegoods, shelves upon shelves of Warby Parker glasses, and a vintage Fiat in the middle of it all. This super hip concept shop collaborates with a wide variety of brands and hosts pop-ups downtown — most recently they worked with shoe brand Soludos.
Cruise aisle after aisle of pre-loved page-turners and vinyl. An LA institution, it's a destination for art book lovers, rare records, and all things Jack Kerouac and beat.
A friendly block of shops where you can fill both wants (botany florist, sugar paper, broken English jewelry) and needs (Caffe Luxxe coffee, Farmshop restaurant, Sweet Rose Creamery). Hang out with the locals on weekend afternoons.
An old world general store for a modern world. Order a latte, then peruse the satisfyingly stuffed shelves of all-natural beauty and grooming lines, oh-so-specific kitchen tool (berry baskets, tea strainers), indie gourmet ingredients, and organic household needs, or find a seat in the shade on the patio outside.
Fresh produce from local farmers, a counter of take-away foods, and a thoughtfully stocked fridge make this neighborhood market the perfect a pit stop en route to picnic in Elysian Park.
What do a florist, a barista, and an Instagrammer have in common? They would all fall in love with this little handmade, lively shop. It's heart eyes all around, plain and simple. One fresh flower bouquet to go with a mouth-watering Tahini toast, please!
If you're new in town, this is the place to come to complete your LA look, from home to wardrobe (jewelry, organic oils, soaps, and homewares).
In this moody, vintage homegoods shop, earthy meets modern design: nature-inspired fragrances, geometric jewelry, minimalist light fixtures.
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The bohemian modern table is always set with iconic studio potter Edith Heath's collection of dinnerware. Small-batch granola, Scandinavian flatware, and Commune linens and other bo-mo musts like farm-to-table cookbooks.
Pick up organic blooms by the box and plan ahead for an arrangement designed around a vintage vessel from the expansive but well edited collection that is peppered with Rosenthal, Raymor, and Alain Le Foll.
In one phrase, this place could be described as aesthetically-pleasing. It fits perfectly into the indie boutique scene of the Arts District with a wide array of colorful stationery, minimalist jewelry, and pretty little homewares.
Japanese kitchen tools and housewares for better looking everyday living. Stroll a few doors down to the Zen studio for fine art, ceramics, sculpture, and new takes on traditional crafts from old-world artisans and new era counterparts.
This market and eatery is like a community-oriented, personalized Whole Foods, but better. Find fresh, delectable food for a nutritious lunch while working on location or take home goods for your next kitchen escapade.
Sunny craftsman-style storefront brimming with cheery stationery, greeting cards, and gifts for would-be pen pals. Equally charming wrapping paper by the sheet.