There’s a reason why Ikea’s maze-like upstairs floor is always packed (and it’s not the cheap and questionable meatballs): not everyone’s got that fine-tuned imagination for envisioning their wildest interior decor dreams. At The Future Perfect’s newest abode in Los Angeles, all of the hard work is done for you — and it comes in the form of a mid-century home with a view.
The high-end art and design retailer has opened its newest outpost, Casa Perfect in the West Hollywood Hills, marking its third location after Manhattan and San Francisco. It’s housed in a four-bedroom private residence designed in 1957 by Korean-American architect David Hyun, offering a gallery-like shopping experience throughout the 3,000-square-foot space. And while the exact coordinates are hush-hush (though Google will certainly help), we can tell you that the pad is within a mile from the Sunset Strip.
On the halls and walls, guests will find lighting and vessels by Lindey Adelman, Dimore Studio’s geometric coffee tables and decor, wallpaper by Calico, furnishings by Piet Hein Eek, carpets by Kasthall, and many more highly-acclaimed talents. There’s also a collection of never-before-seen works showcased exclusively for Casa Perfect’s LA debut, including solid brass hardware (designed by Commune and jeweler Lisa Eisner) on select pieces of furniture, a cushion collection created in collaboration with textile designer Adam Pogue, a new line of outdoor furniture by Christian Woo, and new range of stoneware ceramics by Eric Roinestad, to name a few.
Take a peek inside the dreamy space in the gallery above, then see it IRL and book your appointment by calling 323-202-2025 or visiting The Future Perfect’s website.