Est. Collective is a full-service interior design firm based in Los Angeles, California.

Focused on retail, hospitality and private residence, we serve clients worldwide with services ranging from interior design, interior architecture to furniture design.      

Manhattan beach Los Angeles top rated luxury interior design firm
Berbere Imports, Interior Design, Interior Designer, Store Tour, Tour, Home Decor, Home accessories, home, accessories
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8728 Aviation Boulevard  |  Inglewood, California 90301

(Update: Platform Pop-Up now Closed. Currently in Residency at Berbere)


In the bustling urban landscape of Los Angeles, a distinctive cohort flourishes amidst the foliage – The Plant Daddies. These aficionados of all things green transcend the traditional boundaries of gardening, elevating their craft to an art form. With an inherent knack for botanical beauty and an acute sense of design, Plant Daddies weave their magic, transforming ordinary spaces into verdant retreats. They curate their collections meticulously, each plant chosen to harmonize with its surroundings and evoke a sense of tranquility. Beyond their green thumb prowess, plant daddies have carved a niche for themselves, collaborating with celebrities and top interior designers to adorn the most exclusive spaces. Their work graces the pages of renowned design publications, a testament to their talent and dedication. Whether it’s a residential haven, a chic retail boutique, or a luxurious hotel lobby, chances are you’ve encountered the work of these botanical virtuosos. In a city renowned for its glamour, plant daddies remind us of the enduring allure of nature’s embrace, infusing every space they touch with life and vitality.


In addition to their individual endeavors, The Plant Daddies recently collaborated with Maison Trouvaille for a captivating pop-up space at Platform (now closed). Partnering with Berbere, the plant daddies curated a selection of their finest specimens, all housed in Berbere vessels, infusing the space with their signature style and lush greenery. Varying in scale, each plant served as a living testament to the harmonious fusion of nature and design. As The Plant Daddies continue their current residency at Berbere, their influence extends beyond physical spaces, inspiring a deeper appreciation for the botanical wonders that adorn our lives. Be sure to explore our blog post on Berbere and watch the YouTube tour for a closer look at their collaborative creations.

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Explore our top five items to make THE EST. LIST:

#1 - Brachychiton Rupestris (Queensland Bottle Tree)


Brachychiton Rupestris, commonly known as the Queensland Bottle Tree, is a striking houseplant prized for its unique trunk shape and glossy foliage. With its characteristic swollen trunk resembling a bottle, this Australian native adds a touch of exotic elegance to any indoor space. Its vibrant green leaves provide a refreshing contrast against the smooth bark, creating a captivating visual display. As a low-maintenance plant, it thrives in bright indirect light and well-draining soil, making it an ideal choice for both novice and experienced plant enthusiasts seeking a distinctive addition to their space.


#2 - Cussonia Paniculata (Cabbage Tree)


Cussonia Paniculata, also known as the Mountain Cabbage Tree, is a striking houseplant celebrated for its architectural beauty and resilience. With its tall, slender trunk and striking foliage reminiscent of palm fronds, this South African native adds a touch of tropical allure to any indoor setting. Its distinctive appearance makes it a focal point in any room, lending a sense of drama and sophistication. Thriving in bright indirect light and well-draining soil, Cussonia Paniculata is a versatile addition to any plant collection, offering both aesthetic appeal and ease of care for plant enthusiasts seeking a statement piece.

#3 - Brachychiton Rupestris (Queensland Bottle Tree) in Terracotta Vessel


Nestled within an antique terracotta vessel, the Brachychiton Rupestris, Queensland Bottle Tree, reveals its slender trunk and cannabis-like leaves. The bottle trunk, buried within, allows only the graceful foliage to emerge, evoking a sense of mystery and botanical allure. This juxtaposition of hidden strength and delicate beauty celebrates nature’s resilience and captivates with its understated charm.

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#4 - Monstera Deliciosa (Swiss Cheese Plant)


Monstera Deliciosa, the iconic Swiss Cheese Plant, captivates with its large, fenestrated leaves and tropical allure. This houseplant brings a touch of jungle sophistication to any space, thriving in bright, indirect light and moderate watering. Its low-maintenance nature and striking appearance make it a favorite among plant enthusiasts.

#5 - Dracaena Marginata (Dragon Tree)


Dracaena Marginata, or the Dragon Tree, enchants with its slender, architectural form and vibrant foliage. This versatile houseplant thrives in various light conditions, making it suitable for any corner of your home. With its low water requirements and air-purifying qualities, it’s a perfect choice for both novice and experienced plant lovers looking to add a touch of elegance to their indoor spaces.

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