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If that familiar-sounding thud at your swanky doorstep wasn't any indication, there's a new interior decor option from the purveyors of phone book-sized magalogs. Luxury home furnishings retailer Restoration Hardware debuts its minimalist-minded new concept, RH Modern, at its old Beverly Boulevard digs next week.
Landing in the West Hollywood Design District next Friday, the modernist design mecca will be RH Modern's first standalone store. Expect the "completely re-conceptualized" space to house classic, rustic, and contemporary pieces designed by world-renowned talents, including sleek furniture by Barlas Baylar, lighting by Mariano Fortuny, rugys by Ben Soleimani, reissued mid-century classics by Milo Baughman, and much more.
Just like the retailer's villa-inspired home haven on Melrose, RH Modern's interiors will feature luxurious elements for maximum interior inspo, like a palm tree-filled sculpture garden, a 16-foot inspired by the famed fountain in NYC's Paley Park, brass and bronze fixtures, lacquered surfaces, rich wood texures, and more high-end touches for properly showcasing the gallery's minimalist offerings. Get familiar with the brand's aesthetic here and stay tuned for more inside the new store.