Palm Springs Shopping Guide

A shopping guide to the mecca of midcentury modernism in Palm Springs.

Modern Way: This Palm Springs staple opened in 1999 and specializes in vintage pieces like a bright green Vladimir Kagan chaise ($3,400).

Boulevard: Co-owned by an Oscar-nominated set decorator, this seven-month-old store has items like the Paul Frankl cork-topped dining set ($18,450) used in L.A. Confidential.

Trina Turk Residential: Turk’s only home decor shop opened in 2008 next to her clothing store, selling vintage furniture upholstered in her bold, colorful prints.

Art Style Innovation: Hollywood event planners Larry Abel and Raymond McCallister sell some of their most fanciful creations here: Think neon galore.

J. Randolph Interiors: Interior designer Mike McKendree opened this tiny shop last June and filled it with estate finds like a pair of lemon-yellow Louis G. Sherman commodes ($3,200). 760-409-8962.

Insolito Home: Five months after opening, the store has doubled in size, adding rare foods and small-batch international wines to its superbly edited home selection.

House 849: The 8,000-square-foot space is overflowing with treasures, like a copper-and-glass tree sculpture (above, $5,800) from Dominick Laruccia Jr.

Savage Archdeacon: This two-year-old gallery-cum-studio for artists Shawn Savage and Stephen Archdeacon now sells estate furniture as well.

Christopher Anthony: Opened in 2009 and expanded last year, there’s an interesting mix of old and new, like the steel-and-acrylic bar cart ($4,250) by Charles Hollis Jones.