A Look Inside the ‘As Of Now’ Artisan Collective in Los Angeles

published Jan 2, 2016
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The brand-new home goods collective As Of Now is located inside the A+D Museum in downtown Los Angeles. It is a spacious shop that pays homage to many local LA artisans and designers, featuring everything from flatware and plates to furniture and handbags. One of my favorite aspects is the ever-changing gallery of artwork, and with the way that downtown LA is booming, this local artisan-inspired shop is right at home.

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Name/Title: Melissa Ritchie and Brad Cook, co-owners

Launch date: August 2015

Inspiration for opening: All the amazing local LA and West Coast artisans that were under-represented in the marketplace

Merchandise source: Word of mouth, blogs, Instagram

Best selling item: Maryam Riazi bundle bowls with legs

Your favorite item: Aelfi rugs

Favorite stores (other than your own): Big Daddy Antiques and Cleveland Arts

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Full of wonderful designs by Sara Barner, Boyce Studio, Wolfum and A Question Of Eagles, As Of Now has plenty of great ideas for gifts. If you’re looking for something larger, for your home perhaps, they have designs by Artless, Lostine, and Worely’s Lighting. While you’re there, make sure to check out the wonderful exhibits in the Architecture and Design Museum.

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