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Boffi's new showroom tempts L.A. modernists with kitchens, baths and now closet systems

June 22, 2011 |  6:30 am

Boffi, the high-end Italian manufacturer of kitchens and baths, will open a new showroom Thursday in West Hollywood, one that will showcase the company's latest collection: wardrobe and closet components.

That's right. Boffi, the 77-year-old firm that made sleek minimalism a dream-inspiring look of gourmet kitchens and spa bathrooms, can now dress up your dressing room. The designs include the St. Germain walk-in closet system, above, which features rectangular rods, mounted drawers and adjustable shelves. 

Solferino wardrobe det. doors byTommasoSartori_high For smaller spaces, St.Germain comes in a wardrobe version, with white sliding doors, built-in lighting and a slide-out trouser rack.

The Solferino wardrobe has a bachelor-pad elegance with its wood-paneled interior, floor and ceiling illumination and hinged doors, right.

The designs come as customizable modules. When we asked about prices, we were told they are available upon request at the showroom.

The Boffi store is in the two-story space formerly occupied by Modern Living. It was reconfigured by Piero Lissoni, the legendary architect, interior designer and furniture icon. The showroom also carries Boffi bath and kitchen products, including the stainless-steel-topped island below, which is listed at $70,000. 

8775 Beverly Blvd., West Hollywood, (310) 652-5500.

-- David A. Keeps


Photo credits: Boffi


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