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503 Found is Newport Beach's Latest Home Inspo Haven

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Here's a new home decor stop for your next Newport Beach retail therapy day trip. While Lido Marina Village awaits its major makeover, nearby waterfront resto destination Cannery Village has scored interior decor haven 503 Found, a new home furnishings, decor and art boutique that opened in May.

Co-founded by OC-based designer Kim Rodosky and her business partner Kim Johnson, the massive loft-like shop offers one-of-a-kind finds from the U.S. and around the globe—think rugs and textiles made by Stateside artisans, antique chandeliers and art from flea markets in Paris, fine bone china from edgy London dishware brand 1882 Ltd., unique decorative objects from Japan and much more. In addition to stocking a curated collection of luxe home goods and selection of flowers from local florists, the space also houses artist-in-residence Deborah Allen's studio, which offers her latest paintings and commissioned works.

503 Found is open Monday through Saturday from 10am to 5pm.
· 503 Found [Official Site]
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