SIGLO MODERNO // DO YOURSELF A FAVOR

I had the honor of spending the day at Siglo Moderno a few months ago when it was the location for a fashion photoshoot I styled. I fell so hard in love with this design & art showroom, which is one third vintage, one third new, and one third original designs by the owner, Jorge Luis Cruzata, that I had to go back and take a million photos to share with you. Do yourself a favor and pop in for a visit next time you’re redecorating or just window shopping on the Westside. The address is 8373 Melrose Avenue just before Melrose Place.

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Mario Bellini “Camaleonda” modular sofa.

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Carrara marble chair by Marsotto Edizioni & needlepoint fox by Frederique Morrel.

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VIVA Magazine from 1970s.

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Needlepoint animals by Frederique Morrel. 

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Homeless portraits by Nino Meir.

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Magiscopes by Feliciano Bejar.

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Sixties wall tapestry by Edith Zimmer.

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A collection of vintage Rosenthal vessels.

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Solid brass and quartz crystal wall sculpture by Ilse Hammon Ruocco.

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A vintage Massimo and Elena Vignelli leather sofa amist Siglo Moderno’s ecclectic mix of vintage and contemporary housewares.

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Crystal Chandeleir by Christopher Boots.

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Needlepoint rabbit (L) by Frederique Morrel , Portal and Wave sculpture (R) by George Ernston.

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Turned Forms by Richard Patterson.

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