Buying notes | Picking a room for North African style, MERCHANT selection store


Perhaps the same as the wine, Chen Yuexiang, the older the more items, the more delicious. With delicate totems, calm colors and fascinating details, "The Ancients" always has a fan of diehard fans around the world, using a unique eye to screen the texture of life, from wearing, home furnishings to life attitudes. Replace the unique taste. This Los Angeles-based retro-shop, Merchant, is named after the English "businessman" and was created by stylist Denise Portmans. Since 2014, it has been arranging all kinds of purchases from around the world. Medieval antique furniture, home furnishings, and the most fascinating collections are the gorgeous Moroccan rugs. Through the artistic display method, the past and present tastes conflict and blend in the small storefronts; the guests visiting the place are not only the random passengers, but also more from the operating homestays, art galleries and Designers and collectors who plan activities. Whether it's a special-style homestay or action camper, or an art gallery or market selection, Merchant can choose the right one for them. "Why do I use the name of the store as " Merchant"?" "Because I am a businessman!" Before starting this store, Denise was a stylist who had great experience and talent for decoration and dressing. After the birth of Merchant, the replacement and arrangement were replaced. It’s the big thing after every purchase of the goods – letting the acquired goods have a creative scene theme, which is the main reason why Merchant’s always vibrant and lively style. In addition to the store that sells furniture and handicrafts, Merchant also has its own gallery "Merchant Gallery", which brings together various art selections and handicrafts from North Africa and presents them in a modern style. Provide customers with another choice of artistic layout. A unique combination of craftsmanship and taste, from Denise's own love of art; "My inspiration comes from many artists, designers and architects. List some people like Louis Barragan, Ruth Asawa, Calder, Noguchi, Barbara Hepworth , Henry Moore and Charles & Ray Eames." In Merchant...