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8342 Beverly Blvd
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Los Angeles Custom Furniture

DAVINCI Made In America Los Angeles, a modern home furnishings store, provides unique accessories, design services, and custom furniture to Los Angeles, California. Established in 2004, this Los Angeles custom furniture store not only offers the most hip and fashionable furniture and accessories, but also provides re-upholstery services and free furniture design services. Locally owned and operated by Tomas Newsom and Eric Turic, DAVINCI Made In America (MIA) provides the most affordable contemporary furniture to residential and commercial clients alike.

Located on Beverly Boulevard, this custom furniture store in Los Angeles was deemed as "Master of the Modern‚" by the Los Angeles Times. They aim to consistently exceed their clients' expectations with quality products and a helpful, friendly, and knowledgeable staff that is happy to provide any assistance possible.

DAVINCI MIA Is proud to offer the following quality custom furniture and accessories:







Media Centers

Lighting Fixtures

Paintings – Paintings from well-respected local artists can be found on DAVINCI MIA's walls and are available for purchase

Much, much more

DAVINCI MIA's durable furniture is available in an array of different styles, sizes, and materials, including glass, metal, acrylic, solid woods, veneers, stone, and all upholstery. If a client sees something in the store that they like, the style or material can easily be adjusted to fit the client's unique preferences. If a client has an existing design for their dream furniture, DAVINCI MIA can create it and bring their dream to life. If you can imagine it, DAVINCI MIA can create it. DAVINCI MIA also offers free design services in order to design an original piece of furniture, based off a client' s personality, lifestyle, and fabric choice. Each piece of custom furniture is made of the very best materials, so it can be enjoyed for years to come.


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The Beige of My Existence

eric turic

Boring beige.  Where to start with this, my mind races at all the horrible things that I have to say about this awfully done color that you find in so many model homes across the country and how so many people have adopted it because developers’ ubiquitous use of it.  Okay, now that I have gotten that off my chest, let’s discuss a bit.  Let’s face it, most developers are not designers and seemingly do not have the slightest idea about how to bring out the natural beauty of a space and it’s architecture.  Most developers use beige to appeal to a broader audience.  Not everyone has the same taste or color palette and that is fine.  Most developers want to sell their projects and move on to the next one.  So, beige is their palette because they feel it will appeal to more people, thus, sell faster.  And they use it everywhere, from the paint on the walls, to the bathroom/kitchen tile, furniture, cabinets, etc.  However, you are smarter and more creative than that. Done right, beige can be beautiful.  However, it rarely is.  Here are a couple examples of spaces that don’t use beige well and a couple that use beige perfectly.

© Can Stock Photo Inc. / archideaphoto

© Can Stock Photo Inc. / archideaphoto

This bedroom could be so much more!  Yeah, the space is nice but it just looks flat except for the tiny burst of color coming from the flowers on the left, which is where my focus immediately lands.

© Can Stock Photo Inc. / Irina88w

© Can Stock Photo Inc. / Irina88w

Again, here is another flat, ho-hum, space.  It’s neither threatening nor inviting.  It’s simply utilitarian.  Homes should be inviting, have character and should reflect more about it’s inhabitants.  Everyone’s home shouldn’t look exactly alike or that you shopped the same place for your tile, paint and furniture.  What’s more, you can set your home apart from everyone else’s by simply painting a few walls with some color and by adding colorful art, pillows, and bedding all without breaking the bank.

©  Young House Love

©  Young House Love

Look at this place!  This is beige done brilliantly!  Beige should blend into the background and let your character shine.  It should never overshadow.  In this case, the beautiful door, colorful art and white trim give this area character, which shows depth and emphasizes the details. 

©  Y  oung H  ouse L  ove

©  Young House Love

Here is another gorgeous room using beige.  Again, the star players are the pops of color: rug, eclectic dining chairs, buffet and art.  The walls are beige and serves as the backdrop, not the focal point.  Bravo!! So, the next time you reach for that paintbrush, don’t be afraid to use a little color.