If you’re lucky enough to get to Palm Springs, California, you can’t miss N. Palm Canyon Drive, in the heart of the city. The best part of Palm Springs for you Modernist junkies is that the city itself and it’s architecture is almost frozen in time. Palm Springs was built up in the 50’s and 60’s during the height of the mid-century modern movement. It’s a place famous for it’s “Desert Modernism” architecture that has been so well preserved for all of us to enjoy today. Even the old town shops that originated in the 1930’s still remain as mini-museums open to the public. What IS new in Palm Springs are many of the mid-century modern and modern boutiques that line N. Palm Canyon Drive. Distinctivehome PS (Palm Springs) is just one of them.
This should be a lesson to you all: Mid-Century Modern does NOT have to look OLD. In fact, I found this store to be very reasonably priced. If your decor is in desperate need of a pop of color or fabulous wall art, head over to distinctivehomePS. You will not be disappointed.
Other notable shops to look for on N. Palm Canyon Drive:
20 First Vintage & Modern
A la Mod
3 thoughts on “Boutique Showcase: Palm Springs, CA”
Ok, for the records… you are MCM McGyver!! Yes, I totally agree that the DistinctivehomePS would be total eye candy. Maybe one day I can give my eyes a present and travel to this store ?!? Senta….. go towards the colors….. go towards the colors……. LOL…Hey, thanks for the heads up ;o)
Great store!!!! i didn’t get to one single cool store because of all the wandering around. Something to do next time? 🙂
Put the book on your Christmas List…but the bra top isn’t NEARLY pointy enough! LOL Great review – I wanna go!