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The Future Perfect : Casa Perfect Los Angeles

Sometimes it’s hard to visualize how something will look in your home when it’s just displayed on a shelf in a store. I guess that’s why many retailers create “environments” to help give customers a better idea of how the products will work in the right context. The folks at The Future Perfect have taken that concept one step further with the launch of “Casa Perfect” earlier this year. For those of you unfamiliar, The Future Perfect has been a mecca of great design in New York, but recently they’ve opened up additional showrooms in San Francisco, and now Los Angeles. For LA, owner David Alhadeff made the showroom an actual private residence, located in the hills of West Hollywood, right above Sunset Blvd.

“Casa Perfect” is basically a totally immersive experience. You’re able to explore the entire house, (which is a gorgeous mid century villa, designed by architect David Hyun and built in 1957) and everything inside (and outside) is decked out with TFP’s latest offerings.

Last week I had the opportunity to check it out for myself and see what’s new. Here are a few of my favorite moments from inside:

above: Candle sticks by Ted Muehling for E.R. Butler & Co.

above: ceramic chain by Michele Quan | round outdoor table by May Furniture

above: mirrored side table by Rooms

above: glass sculptures by Phillip Low

above: pendant light by Eric Roinestad

above: wallpaper by Calico | table by Hagit Pincovici | lounge chair by Luca Nichetto for De La Espada

above: planters by Jonathan Cross

above: vase by Steven Haulenbeek

Casa Perfect is available to view by appointment. More design sexy-ness via their site.
Special shout out to the kind folks at Camron PR and The Future Perfect for having me!



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