Eric Berg’s Early Cal­i­for­nia An­tiques

Los Angeles Times - - HOME & DESIGN -

Eric Berg’s floor-to-ceil­ing em­po­rium in what by all ap­pear­ances was a movie theater built dur­ing the 1930s is an im­mer­sive ex­pe­ri­ence in Cal­i­for­nia her­itage and aes­thetics. Berg’s ex­per­tise in Span­ish Colo­nial Re­vival, Arts and Crafts, Mon­terey- and Mission-style fur­ni­ture and ac­ces­sories ri­vals that of mu­seum cu­ra­tors. “We’re a good his­tor­i­cal fit for the neigh­bor­hood,” Berg said. Look­ing for a spe­cific piece of Cal­i­for­nia-made ce­ram­ics or a hand-painted 19th cen­tury wooden dresser? Go see Berg. There’s also a sec­tion ded­i­cated to Span­ish an­tiques from the 17th through the 19th cen­turies, and he spe­cial­izes in fine arts from the Golden State, such as orig­i­nal works by artists Ej­nar Hansen and Sam Hyde Har­ris.

4361 Mel­rose Ave.; (323) 953-8330, ear­ly­cal­i­for­ni­aan­

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