Elisa Baran Tréan and Out of Stok Vintage launch French vintage furniture & accessories curation

Showcasing a gorgeous selection of design and home decor items, all pieces have been sourced directly from the South of France 

Los Angeles, CA – Cultivated from a long-time collaboration between Elisa Baran Tréan + Out of Stok Vintage, the interior designer and vintage brand have launched an exclusive shoppable French vintage furniture curation with an official kick-off party located at Stone Studio in DTLA. 

Showcasing a gorgeous selection of design and home decor items, all pieces have been sourced directly from the South of France where the designer traveled earlier this year to source and select her top picks directly from the region.

About Elisa Baran Tréan

Elisa Baran, LLC is a full service commercial and residential interior design studio. NYC-based but domestically available throughout the United States, Elisa Baran, LLC bounces from coast-to-coast serving her clients what they deserve: a place to de-stress & enjoy life. Their firm specializes in custom furniture, sourcing one-of-a-kind objects and mixing high & low pieces to create an atmosphere that clientele can consume forever.

A combination of brutalism & wabi-sabi aesthetics, mixed with a cozy environment, is the best way to describe the firm’s design style. EB’s design method incorporates this mixture while seamlessly blending in and enhancing their clients’ unique taste. 

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Taking on only a select amount of projects per year, Elisa Baran, LLC enjoys working with clients to come up with creative solutions for their homes and businesses that fit their everyday lives, all while having fun during this process. No project is too big or too small. Elisa’s spaces offer timelessness, comfortability and brutally honest simplicity. 

About Out of Stok Vintage

O/S is a Latinx-owned online vintage furniture retailer and design logistics firm founded by Nastassia Cordeiro. Nastassia started O/S in 2018 after gaining valuable experience in the preservation of California modernist architecture. Her design inspiration comes from many sources including architecture, history, nature, and travel experiences. She curates objects and spaces where culture, modernity and tradition converge with form and function to create harmonious tension.

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