H.D. Buttercup
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H.D. Buttercup opens in DTLA

H.D. Buttercup

Milo Baughman sofa and chairs in the new H.D. Buttercup showroom in the downtown Arts District.

 (Stephen Busken for H.D. Buttercup)
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Accessories include pillows and throws, quilts by Louise Gray and glass pendants by Joe Cariati.

 (Stephen Busken for H.D. Buttercup)
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A mix of furniture and accessories at the new H.D. Buttercup showroom in the Arts District in downtown Los Angles. 

 (Stephen Busken for H.D. Buttercup)
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The new 30,000-square foot store was designed by Venice-based architect Paola Tassara and Hong Kong designer Sean Dix.

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H.D. Buttercup will feature one-of-a-kind accent pieces, including chandeliers, architectural lighting and lamps, prints reflecting an array of artistic styles, and pillows, throws and quilts by Louise Gray. 

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The new showroom is primarily sourced from Italy and features brands such as Saba, Lema and MIDJ. 

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Midcentury modern furnishings and accessories from FK Gallery in Denmark. 

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H.D. Buttercup’s Apartment is installed as a living space for the colorful fictional character H.D. Buttercup, born Herbie Buttenscheimer in Queens, New York. Herbert moved to Hollywood, changed his name, and reinvented himself as a furniture dealer and collector, traveling the world to source art and design that capture his attention.

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A salon style apartment curated by Michael Fuchs, is installed on the second floor of the new H. D. Buttercup showroom in downtown Los Angeles.

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