nesting

Nesting

Nesting
Photographed at House of Lolo.
Cozy at home is more than candles, flowers, and pillows. (Though El Paseo loves all three.) Spaces evolve with your needs, but also with your mindset and the ways you move through each day. From seasonal fluffing to full-on interior design, find a one-stop hub for the art of homebodying.
Nesting
— BROOK Sweater, pants, shoes, and jewelry, House of Lolo.

Touches of Home

A runway of interior fashion lines the avenue. Dress up or dress down with accessories, bedding, and furnishings from: Baccarat, Bellissimo Home Accents, Between the Sheets, The Elite Consignments, House of Lolo (shown here), Maison Felice, Margaux, Pottery Barn, R Home & Design, Rapport International Furniture, and Trestle. Green thumbs thrive at Lotus Garden Center; chefs check in at Savory Spice Shop, The Upper Crust, and Williams Sonoma.
Ready for a Redo
Binging on HGTV might have an upside. Ideas come to life at Cambria’s gallery of quartz surfaces, in the storage-is-everything displays at California Closets and Thomas Johnson Custom Cabinetry, and among the customizable window treatments at The Shade Store.

NEW ON EL PASEO:

Dragonette Ltd.

After 23 years in L.A., interior designer Patrick Dragonette established a Palm Desert showroom to connect with new clients and share his eclectic mix of antiques, restored vintage, and contemporary pieces.