Posted on 16 Oct
A home is where you can freely express yourself, and your sense of style. Whether you prefer character-rich, vintage pieces or mid century modern creations, these four boutiques in and around Palm Springs are certain to have something that appeals to your unique taste.
Modernway, a 20-year mainstay in the Palm Springs region, is a must-see for fans of vintage and mid-century modern furnishings. Its inventory ranges from Eames chairs and abstract artwork to vintage stereos and lucite tables.
Run by husband-and-wife design duo Andre Boughtwood and Brigitte Lehnert, Flow Modern is part gallery, part furniture boutique. In addition to showcasing a rotating display of painters, photographers and sculptors, Flow Modern stocks vintage furniture and accessories with a focus on the midcentury modern Palm Springs aesthetic. Find pieces by noteworthy Desert Modern designers like Milo Baughman and Arthur Elrod.
Head out to Cathedral City to explore the vintage wonderland at Hedge, a boutique and gallery located in the Perez Art & Design retail enclave. The shop boasts an ever-changing collection of vintage, modern furnishings and decorative arts—think smooth, hand-carved wooden dining room sets, antique lampstands and statement-making artwork.
Pelago Palm Springs
If minimalism is your mantra, scope out Pelago Palm Springs, located in the Uptown Design District. The shop offers a wide range selection of clean-lined furnishings by Blu Dot, as well as products for the home—from vibrant floor mats to salad bowls and drink pitchers.