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Find Form, Function and Design On El Paseo in Palm Desert



Indulge in El Paseo’s newest home accessory boutique, Trestle Home

El Paseo offers access to a standard of living like no other, inviting you to balance your style with home furnishings designed to enhance and excite. From elegant décor to adventurous accessories, the boulevard’s distinctive stores draw designers and luxury-minded individuals.
 
Products arrive from the around the world under the careful watch of experienced importers, such as Dwight Polen Fine Chinese Antiques and the 25-year stalwart Vivant Interiors, whose exquisite furnishings include hand-painted furniture from Brazil.

Treasure seekers will enjoy exploring the array of pre-loved pieces at Classic Consignments and indulging their penchant for the past at Phyllis Washington Antiques.

In El Paseo Village, Between the Sheets carries funky to luxury bedding, bath items, furniture, rugs, curtains, hardware, lighting, pillows, kitchenware, and fine linen. While in the Village, upgrade your home computer, find a lightweight laptop, or pick up the latest iPhone or iPad at the popular Apple Store.

At The Gardens on El Paseo, Pottery Barn provides home accessories with consistency and value. And scented candles from Anthropologie enhance the aura of every room in the house. Elsewhere on the avenue, discover accessories, furnishings, and décor at Kreiss Collection and Desert Home Collection. Or indulge in El Paseo’s newest home accessory boutique, Trestle Home. For interior design advice, consider a visit to Kim Bradley Design Group.

Bridging the gap between indoor and outdoor living, Hayman & Summers regularly fills the street with the finest alfresco furnishings and accessories, including pod-like loungers and a surfboard-silhouetted chaise longue. Let your home define you with chic, sophisticated style.

Kitchen Comfort
At The Gardens on El Paseo, Williams-Sonoma satisfies your kitchen and chef needs with the latest in cookery and gadgetry. Check out the The Upper Crust across the street, featuring gourmet goodies and gadgets. And if you like teas, El Paseo has you covered. Teavana offers the finest blends and accessories for lovers of tea leaves. New kid on the block Savory Spice Shop features 400 herbs and spices ground fresh weekly, with more than 140 hand-blended seasonings, all available in amounts from half an ounce to pounds. Gift sets, organics, and extracts round out a fine selection for home chefs. You’re invited to taste what you want and buy what you need.

 


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