Home & Garden
The turquoise pool at the Hyatt Regency Century Plaza isn’t open to the public, but it is to guests of the Spa at Equinox.
Neighborhood: Century City
On the sprawling grounds of North Hollywood’s Jackalope garden incarnations of Buddha, Saint Francis, and Indonesian totems coexist peacefully with Mexican chimineas, midcentury-modern slate fountains, and thousands of planters…
L.A. Rocking Chair Store might be bare bones and owner Robert Loscalzo’s jokes—“I’m off my rocker!”—creaky, but this is the place for seating that moves…
Owner Diana Holmlund, a Stockholm native, imports most of her lamps from Italy and Spain “because the Italians are the best glassblowers and the Spanish have the finest linen shades.”…
Larry Strickland has made zinc, brass, and pricey titanium bend to his will for nearly 30 years…
The Hermosa Beach-based company works with old-school technology like incandescent bulbs and newfangled stuff such as LED strips…
For more than 30 years Rheingold’s Living Art Aquatic Design has been customizing aquariums large and small.
Neighborhood: Del Rey
Animal invasions, toxic mold, the possibility of carbon monoxide poisoning or an errant spark igniting creosote buildup—chimneys can get downright uncharming…
Neighborhood: Lake View Terrace
This decades-old business imports marble and stone from 30 countries, the most of any supplier in L.A.’s Mesopotamia of rocks, the San Fernando Valley.