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Now that we’re back on that fall grind, there’s something about giving our home an AirBNB-like makeover that seems to satisfy our jetsetter’s itch. If you, too, are daydreaming of global getaways, we suggest heading to San Francisco-based boutique St. Frank’s pop-up shop at Culver City’s Platform.
Now through the end of the year, the shop’s bringing its bohemian-global decor and textiles to the Westside lifestyle center. They’re known for their framed patterned textiles ethically sourced from talented artisans from around the world ($220 to $7,500), like geometric weavings from Senegal and indigo-dyed linen from Mali. Find them in mini and statement sizes alongside St. Frank’s pillows, chunky jewelry, beaded Yoruba crowns, Day of the Dead skulls, tabletop linens, eclectic wallpapers ($68 per yard), and Belgium linen textiles by the yard ($120 to $150 depending on the pattern).
In addition to the brand’s own goods, find a selection of art, fashion, and design books published by Phaidon, handmade coasters (crafted by survivors of the Rwandan genocide), and more socially-minded goods.
St. Frank at Platform is open Monday through Saturday from 11am to 7pm and Sunday from 11am to 6pm.
8850 Washington Blvd, Culver City, CA 90232