A Haus in L.A.

Haus Interior in Los Angeles

1. Large Copenhagen Carafe  2. Silver Rope Pitcher  3. Facet Medium Candleholder

One of my first stops in Los Angeles was Nina Freudenberger’s new outpost of her NYC Haus Interior in Nolita (currently home to David Stark’s Wood Shop). This chic shop is an oasis of neutral based furniture and accessories. Filled with graphic patterns, natural textures, streamlined glass and sparkling silver, it successfully walks the line between classic and fashion forward with tempting vignettes on every surface.

Haus Interior store in Los Angeles1. Pendleton Queen Blanket Arizona  2. Round Nickel Lantern  3. Polished Nickel Tray – small  4. Navy Chevron Pillow

As you’ve heard here before, it’s all about the mix and Freudenberger is a pro, creating a sophisticated yet well priced assortment of classic pieces combined in a fresh and inviting manner. You’ll want to rethink everything in your house after a visit to this stylish store – or just hire Haus Interior to do it for you!

22 thoughts on “A Haus in L.A.

  1. Hooray! Sometimes I feel like I am left all alone in the neutrals territory these days so I loved this post. When it is done well, it is so soothing. And these pieces are gorgeous–I love that rope handled pitcher especially.

  2. Thanks for every day post. I began reading Q a few weeks ago, and now I´m a Follower. I enjoy so much the pictures and your writing.
    Thanks !

  3. I have been crushing over blankets for some time now! Smart to showcase one—- they are so on trend at the moment.
    Also admiring your photoshop skills! I went to a two day seminar before I tarted blogging, but then didn’t jump in and use it! BIG MISTAKE. I recall learning how to do collages etc. but have
    long since forgotten the steps. Kudos.

  4. Stacey-
    ove Nina’s work. I wish I was close enough to visit!
    I see that you are putting your newly learned lessons to work for you. It works! Everything looks amazing!
    Happy Wednesday.

  5. This would not be a good place for me if in a pocketbook protecting mode, I really like so much of what you showed! The nickel lantern and rope pitcher are two faves, but it is all lovely.

  6. Looks like a gem of a shop. I still need to visit her NYC store.

    And…you are a quick study on blogshop. Looking good!

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