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Angeleno Alexandra von Furstenberg’s Melrose Avenue shop is dedicated to acrylic furniture and accessories. Look out for her napkin rings ($265 for six), available in 12 mixed or matching colors, which she bills as jewelry for your table settings.
9001 Melrose Ave.; 310-777-0253 or alexandravonfurstenberg.com
You can’t decorate in L.A. without knowing about Charles Hollis Jones, a pioneering local furniture designer who popularized Lucite as a luxury material. He made commissions in the 1970s for celebs like Frank Sinatra, Lucille Ball and Johnny Carson. Today you can find many of his pieces, like this dining table, for sale on Chairish.
Don?t let your love of Lucite stop with your home?s interior; at Potted in Atwater Village, you can order house numbers ($20 each) to install beside your door or use with the City Planter ($198), which provides the perfect space to display your address beside the leafy green of your choice.
3158 Los Feliz Blvd.; 323-665-3801 or pottedstore.com
It’s fun to stay on top of decorating trends, but while we may admire major room overhauls in shelter mags, we usually can manage only smaller projects in our own home. Like fluffing couch pillows.
But here’s another easy spruce-up: adding a Lucite objet or piece of furniture. This transparent acrylic has won us over with its versatility and glamour. It’s light, airy and poppy--a perfect match for the casually elegant Los Angeles vibe. Here, some great ways to get Lucite into your life.
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