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After popping up in Culver City two years ago, St. Frank has found a permanent home base in one of our city's buzziest lifestyle centers. The San Francisco-based brand's globally-inspired textiles and decor have settled in at Palisades Village, where its first LA store opened in October.

Dubbed "The Hacienda," the adobe-inspired space nods to Southern California's Mexican influences and stocks one-of-a-kind home accessories, framed art, hand-woven textiles, baskets, jewelry, and many more chic curiosities and handmade items ethically sourced from artisans around the world by founder Christina Bryant and her team. The shop also offers a range of inspiring coffee table books (including Assouline titles like Nomad Deluxe and Rajasthan Style and Jungalow style guru Justina Blakeney's New Bohemians Handbook, to name a few) as well as St. Frank's by-the-yard wallpaper and fabric collections ($68 and up per yard) inspired by traditional prints from Vietnam, central and west Africa, Uzbekistan, and other countries.

Named after St. Francis of Assisi, the brand works directly with its international creators to help preserve their native culture while supporting under-resourced communities and entrepreneurial artisan organizations. (Now that's some do-gooder home decorating we can get behind.)

See more inside the printastic boutique and scroll through the gallery above, and see below for the shop's hours.

St. Frank at Palisades Village, 15259 Palisades Village Ln., Pacific Palisades, 90272; open 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. daily; (424) 268-7200 


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