Los Angeles Shopping Guide – Silver Lake
Coddington Design has interior design offices in San Francisco and Los Angeles which gives us access to some of the best resources for furniture, lighting, and accessories for our design projects. We recently highlighted the Hayes Valley neighborhood in San Francisco where we love to source pieces for our clients. This week we wanted to share some of our favorite shopping stops in the Los Angeles neighborhood of Silver Lake. We hope this not only lends a little inspiration but also spotlights stores and manufacturers that you might not have discovered yet. Here are a few shops that are giving us serious design vibes.
Lawson-Fenning is one of our favorite vendors to source for our projects. They specialize in vintage-modern furniture and home goods that blend the beauty of California with contemporary mid-century aesthetic. Recently, we’ve fallen in love with their handmade ceramics accessories and lighting. Take a peek at the Lawson-Fenning Thin Frame lounge and dining chairs in our San Francisco Style project.
It’s no secret that we love vintage furniture. Vintage pieces add the perfect amount of character and life to any space. Danish Modern L.A. is a vintage shop that specializes in Scandinavian, mid-century and modern pieces and accessories. They refinish and reupholster all the interior pieces in their shop, restoring them back them back to their original state and increasing their longevity. With a variety of casegoods, seating, side tables, lighting, art, accessories and more there is something for everyone in this shop.
Accessories can sometimes be overlooked during the design process. They are really important in tying the various elements of a room together and also an easy way to personalize a space. OK in Silver Lake is the perfect place to find the right desktop accessories to finish your office or fun barware to bring some energy to your dinner parties. OK specializes in a range of modern design-driven furniture, housewares, accessories, and gifts. We’ve got our eyes on these bookends, this trio of ceramic nesting bowls, and this brass and leather magazine holder.