Jeff Andrews

With a steady stream of Tinseltown clients like Ryan Seacrest, Kris Jenner and Michael C. Hall, designer Jeff Andrews is on the lookout for something really special on any given day.

Known for warm, sophisticated spaces that always have a bit of bold, his designs have been featured in shelter publications like AD, House Beautiful and The Hollywood Reporter.

Born and bred in Southern California, Andrews brings his distinctive relaxed glamour to a myriad of projects, whether it’s a DTLA high rise or an idyllic Lake Tahoe getaway. With a furniture line for A. Rudin and a wallpaper collection, Glazed, for Astek Wallcoverings, Andrews is a true multitasker, which may just be the reason LCDQ holds such appeal for him and his work.

Jeff Andrews
Andrew designed this two-story living room in a Lake Tahoe vacation home for a San Francisco family. Photo: Grey Crawford

Here, he opens up his LCDQ file, revealing where he finds everything from fabrics to faucets, vintage inspiration to fresh finds, and of course solid valet parking.

Favorite thing about visiting & shopping LCDQ is…

“The diverse, well-curated group of shops and owners. That’s what makes LCDQ so unique—the proprietors are so well versed and educated about their specialty.“

Best score ever was…

“When I first starting designing, I would regularly visit Downtown to shop for projects. Robert Willson took me under his wing and always gave me great advice. It’s still with me to this day.” 

Biggest design weakness and where I get my fix…

“There are so many…here’s my list: Exquisite rugs at Mansour / Mansour Modern. Insane lighting at Downtown. Vintage paintings at Lee Stanton. Fabrics at Harbinger. Bath and kitchen fixtures at Waterworks.

Mansour Modern
The amazing array of antique, revival, and modern rugs at Mansour are a must-see for Andrews.
Waterworks LA
The designer gets his fixture fix at Waterworks on Melrose Place.

Where I take clients (and myself) before/after shopping LCDQ…

Fig & Olive on Melrose Place. I love the location, the wine list, the food, and the valet is so convenient.”

For non-design browsing around the LCDQ…

“My go-to for shoes and accessories is Bottega Veneta.”

Where I have a post-shopping cocktail…

“A martini at Craig’s.”

Hotel I’d recommend to visitors…

“The Sunset Tower Hotel is old Hollywood understated chic.”

Sunset Tower
The Sunset Tower’s pool at dusk. A swanky power table at Tower Bar is as Hollywood as it gets.

Inspiring place to see close to LCDQ…

Maxfield on Melrose Avenue. They have an exquisitely curated collection of clothing, furniture and accessories including great vintage finds from Hermès and Cartier to Jacques Adnet. It’s a like a gallery—a must see.”

The hidden gem of LCDQ is really…

Hallworth Design. Jane [Hallworth] is a genius! Her taste is edgy, but refined. Her shop is literally hidden, tucked in Lee Stanton’s courtyard.”


Biggest misconception visitors have about LCDQ is…

“That only high-end design professionals can shop there. You have to go in with the sense that you will truly appreciate and see the value in what you are buying.”

Jeff Andrews: The List


719 N. La Cienega Blvd. | 310-652-7461

Fig & Olive

8490 Melrose Place | 310-360-9100


8825 Melrose Ave. | 310-274-8800


8445 Melrose Place | 332-782-4970

Bottega Veneta

8826 Melrose Ave. | 310-276-1900


8826 Melrose Ave. | 310-276-1900


752 N. La Cienega Blvd. | 310-858-6884

Mansour / Mansour Modern

8600 / 8606 Melrose Ave. | 310-652-9999

Sunset Tower Hotel

8358 Sunset Blvd. | 323-654-7100

Hallworth Design

767 ½ La Cienega Blvd. | 310-855-1152

Lee Stanton Antiques

769 N. La Cienega Blvd. | 310-855-9800

See more of Jeff’s interior life…