A shopping experience like none other...
Visiting one of our stores in either San Diego or Palm Springs can be quite an adventure. At Hom in San Diego is located in the historical and hip neighborhood of Little Italy offering exquisite dining, a variety of distinctive retail stores, and a regular schedule of exciting events and festivals. At Hom in Palm Springs is located in the heart of the Coachella Valley where the desert culture of design reigns.
Whether you live in Palm Springs, San Diego, or are visiting one of these remarkable cities there is much to see and experience. At Hom San Diego is located on Kettner Boulevard in Little Italy North, the design district of downtown San Diego. The area features many design and home furnishing stores along with art galleries and salons. Have lunch and a quality crafted beer next door at 98 Bottles, look at an ever changing selection of listed artist at Myers Fine Art, Architectural Salvage, or check out treat yourself to the many spa services offered by our classy neighbors at the Hyde Edwards Salon and Spa.
At Hom in Little Italy has an inviting entrance found on Kettner Blvd where you enter a world of sophisticated design. With 5,000 square feet of a combination of new furniture, vintage finds, and original art you will be sure to find the special item you are looking for or enough to furnish and design a new space...
Best of Both Worlds: Designing With Vintage & New Items
Whether staging a home for sale or designing a new look for a space, blending the past and present can transform a space from stagnant to stunning.
Using vintage accessories or furniture is an easy way to bring the past into the present while creating a new world and space of your own. Blending vintage and new in designs is a concept that virtually anyone can achieve with just a bit of creativity and a desire to be original. The benefit of using vintage pieces in a space can make it more interesting and give a space more life.
Many people love older sofas, tables, and lamps however certain lifestyles are not always ideal for designing totally with vintage pieces. Families with small children and exquisite taste may be better off purchasing a sofa with stain resistant fabric and placing a mid-century buffet in their dining area. This concept of mixing vintage and new items is appealing to more and more people who truly love and appreciate vintage and still want practical items in their lives and home...