Talking Shop: Serena and Lily’s Newest Storefront

By Jeanne Lyons Davis //

Here at LDV, we’re going coastal over the new storefront of one of our favorite home goods and lifestyle brands, Serena and Lily. Synonymous with West Coast chic, no one does laid-back luxury better than the Sausalito-based company that originally captured our hearts (and living rooms) when the breezy brand launched 15 years ago.

Further proof of Serena and Lily’s unwavering aesthetic—and success!—is in their newly opened 2,500-square foot store nestled in Palisades Village, the highly-anticipated lifestyle center in Pacific Palisades, CA. Both the design of the shop and the new products it sells encapsulate the effervescent nature of the brand. The store’s exterior and interior favor a chic California beach cottage, complete with kitchen, bedroom, and living room vignettes, as well as a patio to showcase the brands popular outdoors furnishings. In other words, it looks like it was plucked from a Nancy Meyers film set. Can we shop and live here?

Not in Southern California? Tour the beautiful new store and shop their latest collection below.

(Psst: Can you spot Dream Design Live in the photo above?)

15225 Palisades Village Lane, Pacific Palisades, CA 90272

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  1. I just looove their home collection every year, such a pitty they don’t ship internaitonally…We don’t have a equivalent in paris… 🙂