Casa Perfect's Contemporary Design Wonderland Takes Over Another Historic Home in the Hills

The nomadic gallery has moved into a 1971-built Trousdale Estates abode.

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Any other tenant who packs up every year or so might be called a serial house-hopper, but for contemporary design gallery Casa Perfect, switching up surroundings is key to creating a new canvas for its cool inventory. The Future Perfect's nomadic contemporary design gallery debuted on the West Coast three years ago just north off the Sunset Strip, followed by a residency in Elvis Presley's former midcentury modern manse in the luxe community of Trousdale Estates. For its third iteration, the showroom has taken over yet another historic architectural gem in the Hollywood Hills.

Located in a five-bedroom 1971-built home by the late Mexican-American architect Raul F. Garduno, the interior decor wonderland debuted last week with an exhibit of designer Matthew Day Jackson's newest collection, entitled Wonky, of ethereal epoxy-finished dining tables and chairs. Explore the rest of the rooms and you'll discover a kitchen corner with playful blown glass stools and an armchair by Seungjin Yang; a bedroom with a bed and side table by Neri & Hu for De La Espada showcased with brass sculptures by Kristin Victoria Barron; and a living room featuring a whimsical wicker lamp by Chris Wolston and an hourglass stool by Reinaldo Sanguino.

Also on display are sculptural chairs by Rooms, ceramics by Cody Hoyt and Jonathan Cross, rugs by Atelier Février, mirrors by Ben & Aja Blanc, wallpapers by Calico, lighting by Dimore Milano and Karl Zahn. Everything but the house is available for purchase — so if your home reno budget permits, you can buy an entire room or opt to collect piece-by-piece.

The design mecca is a favorite among interior designers, including Brigette Romanek (who designed mindful massage studio Lifehood and whose clients include Beyoncé and Jay-Z, Rachel Zoe, and others), Michael S. Smith (who redecorated the White House for President Barack Obama), Kelly Wearstler, Pam Shamshiri (who recently worked on jeweler Sonya Boyajian's new store), and many other star-beloved talents.

The space is by-appointment only; take another peek inside and scroll through the gallery above, then book your next visit online or call (323) 202-2025.

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