west elm beverly


While I was in Paris I got contacted by West Elm to shoot their brand new LA store. I’ve used West Elm so much in my own home and on the tv show and was super excited to be asked to document the Thomas O’Brien designed space (the old blueprint on beverly blvd). I shot it a couple of weeks ago (with some help from morgan and ali) and wanted to share some of my favorite shots.

The space is HUGE and gorgeous and has beautiful light that made anything glass just light up. They also have that amazing living wall, exposed beams, industrial elements and two levels! I’ve already bought half my xmas presents here.











Big thanks to Kendall, Ed and Aaron from West Elm for all the support!

13 Responses to “west elm beverly”

  1. Chris Rice says:

    Beautiful photos Laure. All that shimmer and depth. Love it.

  2. umithepumi says:

    once again gorgeous images.

  3. Desi says:

    such great photos. we have a west elm down here, but that one looks so much better. i’m sure that has a lot to do with your photos.

  4. tracy says:

    lovely! great space too
    xt

  5. Victoria says:

    Gorgeous images Laure! I can’t wait to see the space in person.

  6. jennifer says:

    This makes me want to visit the store even moreeee now! Such lovely images, Laure!
    J.

  7. laure says:

    thanks Jennifer :) It’s pretty awesome!

  8. laure says:

    V-it was so great to meet you in person! hope you make it to the store and looking forward to working together!

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  10. wow ! your photos look so inviting … i can not wait to visit store after the holidays
    have a wonderful holiday season, lorraine

  11. Emily says:

    Nice, Laure! Bummed to miss the party there…bet it was just lovely. On my list to check out in the new year :)

  12. Yvonne says:

    I would love to go there one day! I only know West Elm from catalogues and the website. I think I would lose some money there….

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