Jewelry designer Maya Brenner’s DTLA showroom gets an upgrade
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A DTLA jewelry designer’s studio and showroom get a shining makeover

Jewelry designer Maya Brenner’s DTLA showroom gets an upgrade

Jewelry designer Maya Brenner, left, and interior designer Sarah Sherman Samuel, in Brenner’s Pershing Square studio and showroom, on which they collaborated.

 (Katie Falkenberg / Los Angeles Times)
Jewelry designer Maya Brenner’s DTLA showroom gets an upgrade

L.A. interior designer Sarah Sherman Samuel collaborated with jewelry designer Maya Brenner (both not pictured) to transform Brenner’s downtown L.A. HQ/studio and showroom located off Pershing Square into a space that shines along with her precious product lines.

 (Tessa Neustadt )
Jewelry designer Maya Brenner’s DTLA showroom gets an upgrade

Jewelry designer Maya Brenner, left, talks with her publicist, Jennifer Cornwall Rojas, in Brenner’s studio and showroom.

 (Katie Falkenberg / Los Angeles Times)
Jewelry designer Maya Brenner’s DTLA showroom gets an upgrade

The glassed-in showroom is adorned with Pink Marble wallpaper from the Sarah Sherman Samuel x Lulu & Georgia collection.

 (Tessa Neustadt )
Jewelry designer Maya Brenner’s DTLA showroom gets an upgrade

Kristina Steelman works in Maya Brenner’s office in downtown L.A.

 (Katie Falkenberg / Los Angeles Times)
Jewelry designer Maya Brenner’s DTLA showroom gets an upgrade

This central, open table can serve a variety of functions, including acting as a meeting space.

 (Tessa Neustadt)
Jewelry designer Maya Brenner’s DTLA showroom gets an upgrade

Maya Brenner’s jewelry designs include state-charm pendants.

 (Katie Falkenberg / Los Angeles Times )
Jewelry designer Maya Brenner’s DTLA showroom gets an upgrade

Jewelry designer Maya Brenner, left, and interior designer Sarah Sherman Samuel, are photographed in Brenner’s studio and showroom.

 (Katie Falkenberg / Los Angeles Times)
Jewelry designer Maya Brenner’s DTLA showroom gets an upgrade

The new design incorporates both natural and colorful tones.

 (Tessa Neustadt)
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