The interior of the Central Library in Downtown Los Angeles is truly breathtaking, Dean Cornwell’s colorful lobby mural, which represents was completed in the early 1930's. The original building opened in 1926 and was designed by well known Neo-Gothic architect Bertram Governor Goodhue. He was inspired by ancient Egyptian elements such as the mosaic pyramid at the top along with Mediterranean Revival-style appearance.

Later, in the late 1980s and early 1990s renovation and expansions took place which also gave it a Modernist/Beaux-Arts look. This Library has been named to be top most beautiful libraries in the world by several publications. We take pride in our Los Angeles based background and enjoy sharing the incredible sights Los Angeles has to offer!

The Central Library in Downtown is one of Lovestich's many inspirations! Check out our Stylists Picks to see if you can spot some some items that scream "Los Angeles!".