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A+R Brings Cool, Colorful Design to La Brea

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Rose Apodaca and Andy Griffith have opened an eastside outpost of their carefully-sourced, inspired design emporium A+R. Located on the noted up-and-coming block of La Brea between 1st and 2nd, the white-walled space is filled with furniture, kitchen items, decor bits and pieces, tabletop necessities, office goods, lighting, rugs, alarm clocks, jewelry and more sleekly-crafted goodies.

For the holidays, Andy told Racked that they'll be receiving even more gifty items like the very popular Dropp! bowl, Pantone mugs in a variety of hues, Normann Copenhagen whisks and Mikaela Dörfel's chic candle holders for Menu. You can click over to their website, below, for a sense of pricing; take a virtual tour of the space with our gallery, above.
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