Shopper's Diary: Lawson-Fenning in LA
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We've long been fans of Lawson-Fenning, an LA shop known for its midcentury-inspired furniture and lighting. Founders Glenn Lawson and Grant Fenning met as students at the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena and went on to open their own showroom on Beverly Boulevard, where they have developed a following among designers. They've since expanded with a new retail store in Silver Lake, stocked with furniture of their own design, vintage pieces, and accessories for the home; tucked in the back is Ivanhoe Books, a paradise of design, art, fashion, and architecture books. N.B. Just in time for holiday shopping: Lawson-Fenning has launched an online shop, offering a range of practical and well-priced gift options. Photography by D Vorillon . Above: Lawson-Fenning and Ivanhoe Books on Silver Lake Boulevard. Above: Painted dart boards by LA-based artist Jason Koharik; prices range from $375 for the small to $1,650 for the large. Above: Solid Brass Number Keychains ; $18 each. Above: Iron Bottle Openers ; $26 each. Above: Wire Mesh Trays ; $22 each. Above: A Rope Ottoman made of coir ($185) sits below various Industrial Wire Cage Lamps; $145 each. The Canvas and Leather Bag features a lightweight aluminum frame and a moccasin-cowhide leather bottom; $92. Above: The Knotted Jute Doormat is suitable for indoor and outdoor use and is available in natural or chocolate; $36. Above: A stack of vintage travel backgammon sets, ranging from $38 to $72.