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Interior Illusions' new store sells exclusive line of Calvin Klein Home furniture

April 27, 2011 |  6:08 am


Calvin Klein Home has been selling luxe linens and tabletop goods for decades, but its exclusive Curator collection of furniture has a new home: the recently opened Interior Illusions store in West Hollywood. The 6,400-square-foot space, Interior Illusions’ fifth location, is the only California retailer carrying the furniture collection.

DSC01803_1_500x360adj copyWith pieces made from walnut and marble and accents in parchment and leather, the Curator collection carries designer-name pricing. The Canopy bed, above, is $4,800. The pair of coordinating night stands are $2,500. Sheets, pillows and duvets are in the $100-to-$350 range. 

The Curator collection Striated Base dining table is $3,000, shown at right with chairs and lighting from other manufacturers. The 8-by-11-foot Orange Luster rug is about $4,000. The Four Seasons chairs by Costantini Pietro are $1,130 each, and the drum pendant lights by Penta are $1,295 each  -- not really rooms-to-go pricing, but the store also sells accessories for those who want to splurge sensibly.

8761 Beverly Blvd., West Hollywood; (310) 289-1824.

-- David A. Keeps

Photo credit: James Butchart 


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