L.A.’s latest interiors offerings include a design-focused hotel, plenty of chic new showrooms and cool collections guaranteed to inspire this season.

Artist Hannah Polskin’s abstract mirrors are the perfect focal piece in any space.Artist Hannah Polskin’s abstract mirrors are the perfect focal piece in any space.


“My mom would tell you I’ve been drawing these shapes since I was little,” artist Hannah Polksin reminisces. “I tend to fall in love with certain loops and curves, and I’ll revisit them over and over again across a range of works.” The painter’s latest foray includes a collection of whimsically amorphous mirrors in various abstract shapes. “The mirrors are a natural evolution of the shapes I’ve been painting for years,” she explains. “I went from painting these undulating motifs with a brush to carving them out of wood with a jigsaw.” Polskin’s full-length pieces are the perfect focal point, a sort of “wall jewelry,” the artist notes. “To me, they have a magnetic quality to them, and they just beckon people in.” hannahpolskin.com

Zia Tile Zellige Mosaic Collection Lattice 2 tile


What better way to punch up a space than with showstopping tile? Zia Tile’s latest launches, Case Study and Zellige Mosaic, make it easier than ever. “Cement tiles have become an integral part of Zia Tile’s identity, and this new line is a celebration of our journey,” note co-founders Mike Leflore and Danny Mitchell of the 10 new designs in the Case Study cement collection. Inspired by the Southern California Case Study homes built between 1945 and 1966, the tiles feature midcentury motifs and geometric lines that present endless pattern possibilities. The other side of the world—Morocco, in particular—provided inspiration for the brand’s Zellige Mosaic collection. “While zellige is an 800-year-old tradition, it is an ever-evolving art form,” the co-founders explain. “We’ve referenced history in these shapes while selecting unique combinations of reds, pinks, purples, greens and a host of neutrals.” ziatile.com

Shop pieces like this Mattia Biagi bronze chair and Alexandra Grant artwork at MC . , PHOTO BY: KARINE SIMON
Shop pieces like this Mattia Biagi bronze chair and Alexandra Grant artwork at MC.


MC+ full-service design studio has officially christened Sunset Strip in the former Spago building. Rooted in the rich heritage of Italian design, the 1,600-square-foot space houses limited-edition pieces by MC+ (we love the Cake sink and Thomas gray sofa) alongside imported Italian brands like Alimonti and Illulian Milano. “Here, a dialogue between past and present takes center stage as MC+ limited-edition creations sit in company with classic Italian collectibles,” creative directors Mattia Biagi and Cardenio Petrucci note. “Seamlessly blending with a carefully curated selection of art, the space is both dynamic and modern.” The brand has also partnered with Alkemis Paint, the world’s first wellness paint, whose colors grace the showroom’s stunning walls. mcplusdesignstudio.com

Hotel Vitorrja is the Gjelina Group’s latest foray into luxury hospitality. PHOTO BY: JULIE POINTER ADAMS
Hotel Vitorrja is the Gjelina Group’s latest foray into luxury hospitality.


The Gjelina Group’s latest Venice venture is Hotel Vitorrja, a design-focused hotel and event space steps from the boardwalk and beach, offering 27 rooms and suites that resemble pied-a-terre apartments. “The design is focused around a sense of home,” notes Shelley Armistead, CEO of the Gjelina Group. “My great-grandmother ran a boarding house, so I took an element of her paired-down austereness, combined with softer colors, minimal decoration and imagined family heirlooms in the way of vintage paintings.” Fall in love with a piece? You can purchase it and have it shipped home, Armistead explains, adding, “[This] makes it feel distinctly like you can make it yours when you are there.” vitorrja.com

Kate Driver’s Chatsworth pedestal table features a round oak surface on three sculptural legs.


When asked about her venture into furniture design, interiors maven Kate Driver, founder of design studio West Haddon Hall, explains, “I was driven by a desire to make tangible things. I had been making custom furnishings for my interior design projects for years, and the collection is a natural continuation of this process.” The resulting collection spans 14 pieces, including dining chairs, cocktail tables, armchairs and more, all handmade by L.A. artisans and boasting unique aeshtetics, including 1930s and ’40s European midcentury modern and art deco. Our faves include the Elliston daybed, double-bolstered on an oak base with a French tufted mattress, and the Belmont cocktail table with inset Fairy Verderra green marble. Notes Driver, “I hope that it feels timeless and can be easily placed in a wide variety of settings.” westhaddonhall.com