Interiors: Galerie Half

Galerie Half I do a good amount of sourcing as a designer. My trip to Los Angeles last week was to do some major sourcing for clients. I saw so many beautiful showrooms but Galerie Half nearly knocked me off my feet. This was something beyond my wildest dreams as a well curated collection of furniture, art, and lighting from around the world.

Galerie HalfGalerie Half Galerie Half Galerie Half There were chairs designed by the Swiss-French architect Le Corbusier. These chairs came from Chandigarth, a city in the northern part of India that serves as capital to Punjab and Haryana. Le Corbusier was charged with helping to create a planned city for the newly independent India. Not only were every building designed, but every detail including furniture, was taken into consideration. As time went by, much of the furniture was discarded for more modern choices. The old chairs (as well as daybed’s) were resurrected from the city dump after years of neglect. Some had bleached down to a beachwood color. Others were still the walnut stain originally applied to the furniture. Caning has been redone but these chairs are an example of the exquisite design found throughout Galerie Half.

Galerie Half Galerie Half Galerie Half Galerie Half Galerie HalfGalerie Half is worth a visit if you are in Los Angeles!

Address:

6911 Melrose Ave.
Los Angeles, CA 90038

Photos by Caitlin Flemming

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  1. Elizabeth Burns

    Absolutely stunning. What beautifully curated spaces. Thank you so much for sharing!

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    1. Caitlin

      This story was filled with treasures that had stories behind them. I would definitely stop in for inspiration if you are in LA.

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  2. Nicole George

    This is so classically beautiful. Why can’t my home look like this?

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    1. Caitlin

      I asked myself that same thing! Everything was just so beautiful in this store.

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