With a signature collection of antique furniture, classic lighting, sumptuous textiles and beautiful accessories, Pom Pom Interiors offers a myriad of possibilities for gracious living that pleases all of the senses.
Growing up in Los Angeles, I have always been inspired by beautiful boutiques. Pom Pom Interiors is by far, one of the most inspiring and upscale boutiques around. Their assortment of high-end antiques, architectural elements and decorative accessories is incredible!
(left) It’s important to remember the small details as well, when creating a space. Pretty etched glassware adds instant beauty to any table setting. (right) Gorgeous artwork, statuary and lighting are abundant throughout the boutique.
This, to me is the ideal romantic space. The antique vanity has been painted a rich grey and has been lightly distressed to add an aged feel to it. I also love the oval shape of the ottoman and the contrast of the ivory upholstery against the darker tones of the vanity, table lamp and decorative accessories. The double mirror effect, with the large free standing mirror leaning against the wall and the smaller, more ornate mirror leaning against the vanity is so dramatic and elegant.
(left) A gorgeous chandelier hangs over a rustic farm table, proving that you can mix a variety of styles and blend them beautifully together. (right) Pillows and linens fill antique cabinets all around the boutique.
Nothing is more gorgeous and inexpensive as flowers. They add instant color and beauty to any room. I love how they look in these pretty mercury vases, stunning!
I love being outdoors on a warm, summer day, taking a walk and enjoying the beauty of nature. Seeing this statuary and the aged urns with overflowing greenery makes me long for summer… (right) A beautiful hutch with an open center and chicken wire doors at either end, make this the perfect piece to display all of your collectables in.
This antique settee has been upholstered with a soft, muted blue fabric. It brings in a cozy and relaxed feeling to this space, while the chandelier adds elegance.
(left) This mirror is one of the most ornate ones I have seen. The carved details throughout, are so intricate and beautiful. (right) What could be more pretty than a simple glass vase filled with some fresh picked pink roses?
I have a love for urns and this, by far is my favorite. The formality of the shape is so gorgeous and the distressing and coloring of it, make it perfect!
(left) Vintage watering cans hang out in the garden and add a whimsical touch. (right) This shows that you can create your own “French sidewalk cafe” even in a small space. A garden bench and small side table are all that you need to create the perfect place to sit down with a good book and a glass of wine.
What I find so pretty about this space is the balance of colors. The brown tones in the iron chandelier and tables, stand out against the creamy tones of the seating and armoire and make the crisp white color of the walls, sideboard and lamp really pop!
I love the simple lines of the iron bed frame and the curves in the antique French footstool and sofa, they are unbelievably gorgeous, but my favorite item that brings the whole room together is the armoire in the corner. The curved shape and carved details throughout the piece are so pretty and the color ties in with the rug and the upholstery, on both the footstool and sofa. This is a dream bedroom…
More beautiful mercury. It is another one of my favorites to collect…
You can picture this fountain in a courtyard of an old French Chateau. The rich look of patina and the still frame of the water spouting from the lions mouth is just gorgeous!
(left) A beautiful entrance in to one of the most beautiful boutiques you will ever step foot in. (right) For me, this picture represents simplicity. It shows that pretty, yet simple flower arrangements are equally as important in creating an inviting space as any piece of furniture is.
Pom Pom Interiors has three locations in Los Angeles and Santa Monica, California. Visit their website for directions, products and more inspiration: