“I love poking around the different vendors at the Pasadena Antique Center and then going down the block to check out TL Gurley and across the street to Revival. I especially love their early California furniture.” —Frances Merrill
480 S. Fair Oaks Ave.
“I’m obsessed with finding soulful pieces for our projects and Pop Up Home is a place I’ll always find something. From vintage rugs and ceramics to Gio Ponti mirrors and Vladimir Kagan sectionals, they’re a guaranteed hit.” —Adair Curtis
927 N. Sycamore Ave.
“In addition to carrying European lighting brands such as Galerie des Lampes and Besselink & Jones, Reborn is a great source for antique and reproduction lighting, as well as rewiring and repairing a flea market find. They are also one of the sources for custom lampshades.” —Timothy Corrigan
853 N. La Cienega Blvd.
“I love so many things about Rose Tarlow: the fabrics, the finishes of their pieces, and the whole showroom experience. They straddle the perfect line between traditional and modern.” —Mark D. Sikes
8540 Melrose Ave.
“Everything is incredible. Owner Jeffery Molter has great taste and is a lovely human being as well. Tons of original pieces that you can furnish an entire home with, down to the accessories.” —Wendy Haworth, Wendy Haworth Design Studio
2308 Abbot Kinney Blvd.
“Stephan is a very talented interior designer with exquisite taste who just opened his eponymous showroom on Santa Monica Boulevard, where he also has his design office. I’ve known Stephan personally for years and always want everything in his home. He carries vintage and antiques with contemporary art and accessories, all with a very warm and textured vibe.” —Wendy Haworth
7317 Santa Monica Blvd.
“Wertz Brothers is not only every consignment furniture hunter’s dream, it’s loaded with treasures untold. We love getting lost—literally!—here searching for interesting pieces for our clients.” —Breegan Jane
11879 Santa Monica Blvd.