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Forbes & Lomax Opens Los Angeles Showroom

Forbes & Lomax is excited to announce the opening of its new Los Angeles showroom at 936 N La Cienega Blvd. This location marks the third showroom in addition to New York City and London.

Located within the LCDQ (La Cienega Design Quarter), the new showroom houses the full range of decorative light switches and outlets, including The Invisible Lightswitch® which has become synonymous with Forbes & Lomax—and a designer favorite. This unique toggle switch features a transparent wall plate designed to be used with your wallcovering for a seamless look. Additional finishes such as Brass, Nickel, and Bronze are available with switches, dimmers, or outlets.

The 500 square foot showroom combines different textures and muted materials throughout the space—with handmade wallcoverings by Nicholas Herbert to create feelings of serenity and calm. Playing with the tall ceilings, oversized windows and natural sunlight the showroom feels elevated, and exudes tranquility and calm.

Forbes & Lomax joins a host of other prestigious showrooms such as Claremont Fabrics, Farrow & Ball, Waterworks, Mecox, and many other fine furnishing showrooms.

Forbes & Lomax is open by appointment Monday – Friday

For more information please contact the LA showroom:

Noah Pelletier I Forbes & Lomax | 424-382-1050 | 

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