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


Berbere Imports is a treasure trove of cultural richness and exotic charm. As you step into their vibrant emporium, you are immediately enveloped by the mesmerizing sights, intoxicating aromas, and intricate textures that define this unique destination. Each meticulously curated piece tells a story of distant lands and ancient traditions, inviting you to embark on a sensory journey across continents. The shelves are adorned with intricately handcrafted textiles, vibrant ceramics, and intricate metalwork, each showcasing the artistry and craftsmanship of talented artisans. From bold geometric patterns to intricate filigree designs, every item exudes a sense of authenticity and timeless beauty. The ambiance is alive with a fusion of colors, blending harmoniously to create an atmosphere of cultural immersion and artistic exploration. Whether you are seeking a statement piece to adorn your living space or a one-of-a-kind gift that embodies the spirit of wanderlust, Berbere Imports promises an unforgettable experience, where the world’s cultural tapestry unfolds before your eyes.


Berbere is such an incredibly massive space we decided to break it up into two posts. Part II takes you outside the warehouse, through the lower floor and offers a glimpse into The Plant Daddies in house residency. Outside you will find a variety of oversized pots, planters, vessels, troughs and doors. The lower floor has a curated collection of smaller home decor items and large pieces of furniture sourced from all around the globe. The collections are ever evolving and no single trip to Berbere is the same. It’s a treasure trove of incredible finds!

Watch our full video tour:

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

#1 - Antique Stone Sinks (Indonesia)


Originating from Indonesia, these antique limestone sinks seamlessly marry traditional craftsmanship with functional design. Hewn from natural limestone, they are truly unique and one of a kind. Their earthy hues effortlessly complement diverse settings, offering versatility for both indoor and outdoor spaces. The sink’s generous basin accommodates various needs, while its durable limestone construction ensures stability.


#2 - Antique Doors (Morocco)


Discover the allure of Morocco with this collection of antique doors. Each door narrates a story through its intricate carvings and weathered patina, reflecting the rich cultural heritage of the region. Crafted with traditional craftsmanship, these doors showcase geometric patterns and symbolic motifs, creating a visual tapestry of history and artistry.

#3 - Oversized Clam Shell


The Oversized Cast Concrete Clam Shell, with its scalloped ridges, serves as a unique outdoor or indoor planter. Its size adds texture and shape without overshadowing plant life, making it a versatile choice. Alternatively, it can be used a sculptural accent, enhancing any space.


#4 - Large Antique Trough (China)


This incredible Large Antique Granite Trough, was originally used as a horse drinking trough. Perfect for water features or sinks indoors or outdoors, this trough is over 5 feet long combing historic character with practicality, making it a captivating addition to any setting.

#5 - Deuterocohnia Brevifolia (Argentina)


The Argentine Ball (Deuterocohnia brevifolia) is a hardy succulent native to Argentina, known for its compact, spiky rosettes. This exceptional specimen has thrived for over 60 years and currently lives in this ancient stone vessel. This resilient plant symbolizes the enduring dance between nature and craftsmanship, a living testament to adaptability and beauty in unexpected places. The juxtaposition of the timeless stone and the evergreen succulent creates a vivid connection to the past, encapsulating the passage of time within its confined space.


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