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Explore HD Buttercup's Dreamy Home Furnishings Haven in the Arts District

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Back in October, we revealed that LA's most delightfully-named home retailer was opening its third permanent location in the Arts District. As promised, HD Buttercup's massive new store arrived across from foodie-faved Bestia last Saturday, bringing 30,000 square feet of interior design inspiration in Downtown.

On top of offering a stellar selection of modern and vintage home furnishings, seating, lighting, textiles, tabletop decor, art, and more, the shop's first floor features an exclusive mix of Italian brands, like Lema furniture, Saba seating, Louise Gray rugs, Joe Cariati lighting, and more. Up on the second floor, Berlin-based gallerist Michael Fuchs created a salon-style art installation that's completely shoppable, while the third floor houses the retailer's new HQ.

HD Buttercup is open daily from 11am to 7pm.