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Minimalist-minded DTLA dwellers have scored yet another modern home goods mecca. Design-driven online shop Yes has gone brick-and-mortar with its first boutique, which opened across from the Ace Hotel last week.
From stacking oak trays crafted in Japan to classic mid-century tea kettles to all-weather bags by Baggu, the store stocks an array of functional, high-quality items curated by husband-and-wife duo Brad and Jenna Holdgrafer. True to its inventory's less-is-more aesthetic, the boutique's interiors feature poured concrete flooring, bright white walls, and natural white oak fixtures. In addition to merch for the kitchen, office, and living room, expect to find stationery, books, and children's toys.
Yes is open Tuesday through Saturday from 11am to 7pm, Sunday from 11am to 5pm, and closed Monday.
Update, July 17th: The store's business hours have been updated since this article was originally published.