Timothy Corrigan celebrates the opening of his first retail shop today in Los Angeles. The shop will feature a variety of periods and tastes, from 17th century through mid 20th century one-of-a-kind antiques from around the world, as well as items from his line, Timothy Corrigan Home. “While we have had our collections available online and in showrooms, we wanted to give the general consumer the opportunity to see these pieces in person to really appreciate their beauty, scale and exquisite detail.” Corrigan is known for his distinct style: European elegance infused with California comfortable. He achieves this look by utilizing a mix of antique furnishings and accessories. “These pieces become personal treasures, adding depth and beauty to one’s home, whilst being sound investments that retain their value over time,” he said. With offices in Los Angeles and Paris, his firm is currently managing projects around the world. His client list includes European and Middle Eastern Royalty, as well as celebrities. The shop is located at 5818 W. 3rd Street in Los Angeles, and is open daily from 10:00 - 5:00 PM.
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