Made Goods’ Showroom Lands In The West Coast

Made Goods’ newest showroom debuted at the end of July in the West Hollywood Design District, adding to its retail presence in Atlanta, Chicago, Dallas, and New York.

Made Goods’ First Showroom on the West Coast Brings a Wealth of Stylish Accessories and Furnishings to Designers and Homeowners Alike

“With L.A. being our home base, we wanted to do it right and find the right location to highlight our products,” says Chris Dewitt, president, and co-founder of Made Goods, which is celebrating its 10th anniversary this year.

On tap: the luxury home brand’s signature mix of special statement pieces crafted by artisans worldwide—including mirrors, lighting, accent tables, and décor, as well as accessories and home fragrances from sister brands Pigeon & Poodle and Thucassi—for designers and the general public alike.

“We looked at locations for over two years. Nothing was quite right. When we first walked into our new space, we immediately saw the potential and knew we found our L.A. home.”

Expect a 4,500-square-foot space conceived by Made Goods’ visual team in partnership with New York architect Smith Stanley, replete with a wide assortment of products in a range of materials and prices. Landing in the showroom later this fall: the brand’s Hallie suede fringe stool ($1,200); Gibson acrylic chair (starting at $2,900): Belva tiered coco-bead chandelier (starting at $2,800); and Holt volcanic sand coffee table (starting at $3,800). Also available: Pigeon & Poodle’s rattan Dalton bath collection (starting at $65) and acrylic Lund frame ($100); along with Thucassi’s new Savanna-inspired fragrance collection.

“We hope to become designers’ and homeowners’ first stop when they begin planning their spaces and homes,” says Dewitt.

With the showroom, at 9011 Beverly Blvd., open Monday-Friday from 10 a.m.-6 p.m., and Saturday from 10 a.m.-5 p.m., we’d say they have it made.

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Photographs: Courtesy Of Made Goods And Bethany Nauert (Showroom)

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