Amy Meier’s eclectic treasures in Rancho Santa Fe
With the recent opening of her eponymous shop in Rancho Santa Fe, interior designer Amy Meier is further ensconcing herself in the charming yet relatively off-the-radar community she has called home for the past eight years. Her 650-square-foot outpost abounds with furniture, art and home goods that are one-of-a-kind or exclusive collaborations (such as artist Carol Leskanic’s Constantin Brancusi-inspired, hand-gilded lamps). Meier’s travels serve as a source for hard-to-find treasures, including sumac wax candles from Japan, as well as a spark for her in-house label, which spans a collection of art deco-style tables and a forthcoming range of Italian-made bedside decanters. 16903 Avenida de Acacias, Rancho Santa Fe, 858-848-4151; amymeier.com.
Written by ANH-MINH LE.
Photography by AMY MEIER.