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Design Tour Coming Up: Los Angeles

palm treesDesigners Collective is taking a group of design enthusiasts to participate in a design and lifestyle tour of Los Angeles in June, and we are pretty darn excited about it.

Why a travel design tour?

Well it’s because traveling is inspiring. It is a great way to discover new ideas and gives you time to think in a completely new context. We open our eyes a little wider when we are in a new place. Imagine, four days of design and cultural exploration, surrounded by a group of fun, like-minded people.

aa melroseInterested? Need to fuel your creative fires? Come with us!


bootsLife can get stale real fast when you do the same things over and over. Creative inspiration happens when you break out of your daily grind and explore new things. Being out of your comfort zone stimulates the creative parts of your brain. New sounds, smells, language, tastes, sensations, and sights spark different synaptic connections, leading to increased energy and happiness.


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Old Fashions at Manhattan Beach



aabeach coloursRecently, Brooke and I spent a few days in Los Angeles doing research for our upcoming LA Design Crawl. We explored some new found areas of Los Angeles, took a wellness course, while enjoying some extremely cool restaurants and shops, that we can’t wait to share with you. We also have some amazing home tours planned, and so much more.


Learning to make breakfast parfaits with Lee Tilghman


The Prada Store on Rodeo Drive


The Chanel Store on Robertson Blvd.

It is amazing what you can learn and absorb by just looking around a new place with fresh eyes. Particular pieces will resonate and you just have to stop and ask yourself why it moves you. It definitely gives insight into your own feelings about design and style. Here are photos of a few things that inspired me on my recent trips to Southern California;

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Wayfarers Chapel, also known as “The Glass Church” by Lloyd Wright, son of Frank.

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The Paul Smith Store in West Hollywood


A house on the Venice Canal System and family photos being taken on the bridge

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Venice Beach Canal Living


Building artwork by Shepard Fairey, street artist also known as Obey.


The Broad Museum, LA’s New Contemporary Art Museum


Who doesn’t need a little inspiration now and then? If  you feel like being inspired with a group of like-minded and fun individuals, join us on our Design Tour to Los Angeles! For more information click here.



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