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Interior design superstars Amy Kehoe and Todd Nickey have dreamed up spaces for A-listers, Cali-boho fashion labels, and no shortage of other decor-devoted dwellers since founding their firm in 2004, and their namesake L.A. boutique continues to be a mecca for rustic-cool vintage treasures and modern finds. Last month, the Nickey Kehoe shop reopened just a block away from its previous digs — only to shutter the doors to abide by coronavirus prevention orders.

It marks the third move for the store, which first debuted on Highland Avenue in 2009 before relocating to Beverly Boulevard three years later. However, nest-obsessed Angelenos take a virtual tour (and soak up plenty of interior inspiration) of the 4,500-square-foot space above, then shop Nickey Kehoe’s wares online from the confines of their own abodes.

Photos: Courtesy of Timothy Ragan/Nickey Kehoe

As seen in the gallery snaps, expect to find the design firm’s signature old-world charm-meets-California chic aesthetic. In addition to Nickey Kehoe’s own line of furnishings, textiles, lighting, and accessories, the store also showcases fabrics and wallpapers from Susan Deliss and Christopher Lowe as well as handmade pieces by beloved makers from across the globe.

On offer are ceramics by Astier de Villatte and handblown glass by La Soufflerie (both from Paris), candles from France’s Cire Trudon, luxe fine jewelry by Tom Ford-beloved L.A. photographer and designer Lisa Eisner, linens from NYC-based Les Indiennes, pottery from Cali-based Dino Sophia, decor from London’s Forest & Found, and handpainted ceramic plates and vases by Rebekah Miles, among others.

Kehoe and Nickey also tapped U.K.-bred cabinetmakers Plain English to build a fully-functioning kitchen in the space — so when the shop finally does welcome IRL shoppers, it’ll boast design inspiration for nearly room in the house. In the meantime, scroll through the gallery above to see inside the boutique and shop online here.

Nickey Kehoe, 7266 Beverly Blvd., L.A., 90036; Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Saturday from 12 to 5 p.m.; (323) 954-9300

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