Get Out Your Wallet for these 3 Happening Palm Springs Shops


Headed to Palm Springs for a mini vacation? Check out three of our favorite shops in the famed Design District.


Image courtesy of House 849

House 849
849 N. Palm Canyon Dr., Palm Springs
House 849 is an exceptional shop that features items that can be traced all the way back to the 14th century. The owners of this spot like to take anything they can get their hands on and refurbish them to their original state. What’s left are exquisite tables, chairs and lamps from all over Europe, Asia and America in mint condition. Mixing contemporary art with European antiques, House 849 will without a doubt leave a lasting impression on you and your wallet.

Modern Way
745 N. Palm Canyon Dr., Palm Springs
Modern Way prides itself on possessing some of the rarest antique furniture that Palm Springs has to offer. The store features modern and eclectic pieces that are sure to make any room in your home stand out. Many of the furnishings are American classics that span over several decades. Whether you’re in the mood for a Eames lounge chair or a pair of lucite-and-aluminum bar stools, this place has exactly what you’re looking for. 

800 N. Palm Canyon Dr., Palm Springs
Boulevard is the place to snag rare, unique pieces. Some of the furnishings found under their roof include vintage steel chairs with eggplant Mohair upholstered seats, aluminum and bronze cocktail accessories and suspended aluminum Italian Castore lights that are sure to make things light up (no pun intended). Not only do they cater to the antique enthused they also design their own modern pieces that are sure to please fan of contemporary modern design. 

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