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The Leading Destination for
Inspired Design and Decorative Arts

For more than half a century, the La Cienega Design Quarter has been the destination for sophisticated shoppers looking for top quality design for the home.

This legendary district, with its romantic courtyards, alluring windows and treasure troves of antiques, furniture, rugs, accessories and art, is known as the “shopping heart” and workplace of the interior design profession. Side by side with some of L.A.’s most glamorous restaurants, bistros, fashion boutiques and salons, the LCDQ is the West Coast Style destination for all.

PRODUCT SPOTLIGHT
Carolyn Ottoman at Gina BerschneiderCarolyn Ottoman at Gina Berschneider
Roman marble urn circa 5th century at Antonio’s Bella CasaRoman marble urn circa 5th century at Antonio’s Bella Casa
Luna Round Dining Table by Helene Aumont at Jean de MerryLuna Round Dining Table by Helene Aumont at Jean de Merry
Walnut Secretary with Starbust inlay by Lajos Kozma at SzalonWalnut Secretary with Starbust inlay by Lajos Kozma at Szalon
Maury Dining Table at McKinnon and HarrisMaury Dining Table at McKinnon and Harris
Sicilian pagoda chandeliers circa 1940 at Antonio’s Bella CasaSicilian pagoda chandeliers circa 1940 at Antonio’s Bella Casa
Diego Lamp Table at Dragonette LtdDiego Lamp Table at Dragonette Ltd
Diva Stools by Azadeh Shladovsky at Jean de MerryDiva Stools by Azadeh Shladovsky at Jean de Merry
duVal-Alexander Club Chair at McKinnon and HarrisduVal-Alexander Club Chair at McKinnon and Harris
CG Wallpaper by Callidus Guild at Jean de MerryCG Wallpaper by Callidus Guild at Jean de Merry
Vintage Orrefors fixture at Remains LightingVintage Orrefors fixture at Remains Lighting
Toler Cafe Table at McKinnon and HarrisToler Cafe Table at McKinnon and Harris
Scaisbrooke Coffee Table at McKinnon and HarrisScaisbrooke Coffee Table at McKinnon and Harris
Ramo Mirror at Jean de MerryRamo Mirror at Jean de Merry
Street Iron Tables at Rose Tarlow Melrose HouseStreet Iron Tables at Rose Tarlow Melrose House
Forma Side Table by Philip Nimmo at Jean de MerryForma Side Table by Philip Nimmo at Jean de Merry
Buie Club Chair at McKinnon and HarrisBuie Club Chair at McKinnon and Harris
 Set of Studio Line Cabinet Knobs from The Nanz CompanySet of Studio Line Cabinet Knobs from The Nanz Company
Tuscan commode circa 1800 at Antonio’s Bella CasaTuscan commode circa 1800 at Antonio’s Bella Casa
English Cane lounge chairs circa 1840 at Lee Stanton AntiquesEnglish Cane lounge chairs circa 1840 at Lee Stanton Antiques
 Escutcheons from The Nanz CompanyEscutcheons from The Nanz Company
Envision Gate fabric at Marge Carson showroomEnvision Gate fabric at Marge Carson showroom
Goccia Supremo Coffee Table by Philip Nimmo at Jean de MerryGoccia Supremo Coffee Table by Philip Nimmo at Jean de Merry
Tracery by Kelly Wearstler at The Rug CompanyTracery by Kelly Wearstler at The Rug Company
Pedra Table Lamp at Dragonette LtdPedra Table Lamp at Dragonette Ltd
Milagro Side Table at Gina BerschneiderMilagro Side Table at Gina Berschneider
Trianon Court Poster Bed, Nightstand and Bench at Marge Carson showroomTrianon Court Poster Bed, Nightstand and Bench at Marge Carson showroom
Vintage Orrefors fixture at Remains LightingVintage Orrefors fixture at Remains Lighting
Ebonized wood 19th century black lacquer bookcase at Ralf’s AntiquesEbonized wood 19th century black lacquer bookcase at Ralf’s Antiques
French circa 1790 Directoire Bureau at Ralf’s AntiquesFrench circa 1790 Directoire Bureau at Ralf’s Antiques
Sellarsbrook Yellow by Suzanne Sharp at The Rug CompanySellarsbrook Yellow by Suzanne Sharp at The Rug Company
Tansu Starburst silk at Marge Carson showroomTansu Starburst silk at Marge Carson showroom
Etagere by Gyula Kaesza at SzalonEtagere by Gyula Kaesza at Szalon
English circa 1880 Chinoiserie Chairs at Ralf’s AntiquesEnglish circa 1880 Chinoiserie Chairs at Ralf’s Antiques
North Italian Roman “Ruins” Mirror, 19th century, at TherienNorth Italian Roman “Ruins” Mirror, 19th century, at Therien
Mono Bench at Gina BerschneiderMono Bench at Gina Berschneider
French circa 1900 Vintage White Vellum Trunk at Ralf’s AntiquesFrench circa 1900 Vintage White Vellum Trunk at Ralf’s Antiques
Spanish 19th century Walnut Enfilade at Ralph’s AntiquesSpanish 19th century Walnut Enfilade at Ralph’s Antiques
Arm chairs by Lajos Kozma (Hessler) at SzalonArm chairs by Lajos Kozma (Hessler) at Szalon
Sonoma Dining Table, Side and Arm Chair at Marge Carson showroomSonoma Dining Table, Side and Arm Chair at Marge Carson showroom
Bella Chair at Dragonette LtdBella Chair at Dragonette Ltd
Italian Bibliotech circa 1780 at Lee Stanton AntiquesItalian Bibliotech circa 1780 at Lee Stanton Antiques
FIND WHAT YOU’RE LOOKING FOR

What Can You Find
In The LCDQ?

LEGENDS

LEGENDS 2014
May 7-9

The La Cienega Design Quarter is proud to announce that its sixth LEGENDS event drew thousands of attendees and the unprecedented participation of 12 of the most prominent design magazines in the United States, Europe and California.

One of the most anticipated design events in the United States, LEGENDS is a 3-day celebration
of design that brings together VIPs
and tastemakers from the worlds of interior design, decor, art, fashion
and architecture for receptions, keynote panel discussions, cocktail parties, book signings and
personal appearances.  

Each year LEGENDS embraces an overarching theme that is expressed
in the windows of the member LCDQ shops and galleries. With this year’s theme being NOVEL INTERIORS: Storytelling by Design, fashion icon Diane von Furstenberg, New York interior designer David Kleinberg and a roster of talented designers from around the country transformed the windows of the LCDQ members’ storefronts inspired by books
and stories.

For press information, click here.

For details and to register, click here.

For sponsorship information on LEGENDS 2014, click here.

LEGENDS 2013

PAST LEGENDS EVENTS

LEGENDS OF LA CIENEGA DESIGNERS

Each year as we celebrate our Legends event, we are reminded how fortunate we are in the Los Angeles community and the design community at large for the wealth of talent and creativity that inspire us in our daily lives. The LCDQ is where Main Street USA meets Design in LA. It is a community of store front design resources with a sense of community... a community that fosters cooperation, education, inspiration and the promotion of style. Our annual Legends event is an opportunity to showcase the talent of some of our community's leading designers in LCDQ member windows. Thank you to all the legendary designers for sharing their vision and talent over the years.

2014 WINDOW DESIGNERS

2013 WINDOW DESIGNERS

2012 WINDOW DESIGNERS

PREVIOUS WINDOW DESIGNERS

NEW & NOTEWORTHY
Fromental – Available at the Janet Yonaty Showroom

Fromental – Available at the Janet Yonaty Showroom

This Fall, the Janet Yonaty Showroom welcomes a striking new series of decorative fabrics and trims, including the Caissons wallcovering from Fromental. Caissons is a modern, trompe l’oeil, hand-painted design that imitates coffered paneling. Its repeating, geometric pattern creates a refined and elegant backdrop. Caissons is available in four colorways and is made to order with composition, coloring and techniques tailored to meet [...]

FRIENDS OF THE QUARTER

Barton G. The Restaurant
Christopher Guy
Decor de Paris
Fig & Olive
Real Food Daily
TOTO USA, Inc.

1stdibs
Coldwell Banker Previews Int'l
Benjamin Moore
Milieu
One Kings Lane

Architectural Digest
Elle Decor
House Beautiful
Luxe Interiors + Design
Traditional Home
Veranda

C magazine
California Homes
Domaine
The Hollywood Reporter
Objekt

 
Find Out More About Our Friends

NEIGHBORHOOD SPOTLIGHT
Barry Amiri

Barry Amiri
Antique Rug Company

You wouldn’t think talking about pile fiber content, knot density, hand-spun silk, and Tibetan wool would put a sparkle in a guy’s eye, but for Barry Amiri, the proud owner of Antique Rug Company and The Rug Affair, it’s the only thing that does.

EXPLORE THE LCDQ NEIGHBORHOOD