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Design District


Deasy/Penner & Partners + Fitzsu Society: Homes + Accessories

875 North Palm Canyon Drive
Palm Springs , California
92262
Tel: 760 320 8811

www.fitzsu.com

Modern Way Gallery

745 North Palm Canyon Drive
Palm Springs , California
92262
Tel: 760 320 5455

www.psmodernway.com

Interior Illusions

830 North Palm Canyon Drive
Palm Springs , California
92262
Tel: 760 325 0300

www.interiorillusionscalifornia.com

House 849

849 North Palm Canyon Drive
Palm Springs , California
92262
Tel: 760 325 7854

www.house849.com

Asylum

844 North Palm Canyon Drive
Palm Springs , California
92262
Tel: 760 864 1171

www.asylumhomestore.com

Trina Turk

891 North Palm Canyon Drive
Palm Springs , California
92262
Tel: 760 416 2856

www.trinaturk.com

Estate Sale Co.

4185 East Palm Canyon Drive
Palm Springs , California
92264
Tel: 760 321 7628

Concierge.com's insider take:

If you've come to the modernist mecca of Palm Springs for the architecture, don't miss the flourishing design district along Palm Canyon Drive between Tamarisk Road and Tachevah Drive. Quirky home-accessories shop Fitzsu Society recently teamed up with architecture-obsessed real estate firm Deasy/Penner & Partners to brand their first ever lifestyle store Deasy/Penner & Partners + Fitzsu Society: Homes + Accessories, a one-stop shop where atomic-age enthusiasts can buy a dramatic desert home, then outfit it with the right modern gear. Modern Way Gallery is ground zero for design obsessives who drool over vintage low-slung sofas and Pierre Cardin credenzas. Black-and-white movie star glamour is the draw at the newly opened Interior Illusions, a Los Angeles import where huge ceramic horses are sold alongside luscious shag rugs and Hollywood Regency–style furnishings. At House 849 you'll find an eclectic mix of old and new pieces—bronze 19th-century Chinese lions, wing chairs upholstered in zebra print—that look like they stepped straight off the pages of Elle Decor. Across the street, Asylum is home to an inspired hodgepodge of little Lucite Buddhas, mirrored coffee tables, and curvaceous vases. Retro-design seeps into fashion at Trina Turk (think floaty kaftans and graphic cocktail sheaths), a chic clothing boutique housed in a 1960s Albert Frey–designed building. A few miles away, but definitely worth the trip is Estate Sale Co., a massive consignment warehouse where Ol' Blue Eyes himself sold the castoffs from his swanky desert pad.

Information may have changed since the date of publication. Please confirm details with individual establishments before planning your trip.