The Apartment – Los Angeles
by The Line
By appointment only.
Our offline home, The Apartment by The Line – Los Angeles, is a place of connection in a vast and sprawling city. Located on tree-lined Melrose Place in the vibrant, creative community of West Hollywood, the serene space is designed as a home, in which The Line’s refined, versatile, and honest goods—spanning the categories of fashion, home, beauty, and art—come together in distinct rooms. The storied objects gain new meaning and greater dimension through context and special events: the intimate nature of their presentation is an invitation into the personal and personalized world of The Line.
Appointments and Personal Services
- Explore a Personal Selection of items selected especially for you
- Get expert assistance in selecting the perfect gifts
- Design, redesign, or furnish your personal space
- Choose colors, materials, and/or dimensions on favorite pieces
The Apartment by The Line – Los Angeles
The Apartment by The Line – Los Angeles reflects the city’s expansive inclinations, occupying the second and topmost floor of a corner building in the center of Melrose Place, with its row of shops and cafes offering a measure of seclusion. The Apartment is spread out over two adjoining spaces, separated by an open-air walkway of Moroccan tile in a hushed palette of sun-baked greys, tan, white, and pale pink. A soothing palette prevails in both areas, with a natural spectrum of neutrals enlivened by the rich blues and reds of beautifully worn Oriental rugs, the dusty shades of desert plants, and the colorful bindings of new and vintage books.
Nestled on tree-lined Melrose Place, The Apartment is a place to connect, commune, and ground oneself in a sprawling city.
The front room is free of walled partitions, with each area gently giving way to the next in full view of one another. At the entrance, a modern banquet table and extended kitchen countertop anchor the room, while the near corner, casually demarcated by two sets of shelves, is home to an informal library. Toward the far end, with windows looking out over the storefronts below and the rooftops beyond, two airy lounge areas are furnished with a selection of homegoods, artworks, and lighting.
The rear quarters offer a more intimate setting, with the various areas encircling a central island of private fitting rooms. Past the wood-paneled recessed racks of clothing, a marble-topped vanity invites hands-on exploration of bath, body, and fragrance offerings. Nestled toward the back, beyond a freestanding bowl-shaped tub, is the bedroom area, featuring a custom queen-sized bed from Doug McCullough’s DMDM studio, whose linoleum-accented benches also dot the apartment.
Soft light emanates from custom sconces by Atelier de Troupe and pieces from nearby vintage lighting specialists Rewire, complemented by natural light pouring in through a series of windows and skylights. Encircling the two main spaces, a wraparound balcony adorned with an array of succulents and other local flora beckons guests to step into the sunshine and admire the distant Hollywood Hills and the palm-limned city vista.