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Interior designer Alison Palevsky's glamorous work has been celebrated in publications including Elle Decor, InStyle, and Interiors, and now that she's opened up a shop-able showroom in Brentwood, citizens of LA searching to spruce up their space will be able pick up gorgeous furniture, art, wares, and decorative objects curated and/or created by Alison herself as well as some worthy collaborators.
The eponymous space, Palevsky, features regularly revolving artwork (the inaugural winter show boasted a female bend) and a smart combination of vintage pieces and those from the designer's own exslusive product lines: Palevsky+ and XPalevsky. The former taps other talent to co-create runs of well-designed goods, like the current collab with Thomas Hayes, a collection of kitchen essentials created with exotic woods. The latter consists of Alison's own customizable furniture (it it wrong to want these fluffy stools in mass quantities?).
We've got a feeling the neighborhood's stylish set will be flocking here for all their chic home decor needs.