Lawson-Fenning Moving Sale, June 15-30Author:Abigail Stone
After 18 years, is saying good-bye to Silver Lake with a closing sale that will tag everything at 40-70% off.
The Silver Lake branch of Lawson-Fenning, with its dark walls and rotating vignettes showcasing a mix of their handmade vintage-modern furniture, vintage designs and home goods that channel the raw natural beauty of California, has been a fixture on Silver Lake Boulevard for 18 years.
Grant Fenning and Glenn Lawson met as furniture design students at ArtCenter College in the late 90s. The grabbed a studio space in Old Town Pasadena as their workshop, reimagining vintage pieces and creating their own designs. A store, called Rm.107, was born, which later evolved into the iconic space on Silver Lake Boulevard. While this space will shutter, you can visit them at their two-story flagship at 6824 Melrose Avenue or by appointment at their warehouse at 633 N. LaBrea Avenue.
, 1618 Silver Lake Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90027, 323.660.1500, Hours: Monday – Saturday, 11 – 6pm, Sunday, 11 – 5pm through the end of June
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