Rise and Shine

The new Arteriors showroom, which opened earlier this month on the corner of Melrose Avenue and Huntley Drive in West Hollywood, is the 25-year-old brand’s first store selling directly to consumers. The 1,800-square-foot space displays more than 400 types of lighting fixtures, furniture, and accessories, all awash with natural light amid a light blue and green decor. Highlights include Arteriors’ popular polished nickel Duchess chandelier with smoke glass cylinders ($3,900) and its wood-and-iron Evan dining table ($6,000). Also available are the Dallas-based brand’s Mottega customizable lamps ($720 to $1,100), which customers can design by choosing the shape, base, color, finial, and shade. Offerings from guest designers include Mexico-inspired terra-cotta fixtures from Laura Kirar and furnishings from Barry Dixon that pay tribute to India, South Africa, and French Polynesia.

Arteriors, 424.249.6855, www.arteriorshome.com

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