Get Ready For Dwell on Design LA

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We’re so excited that Dwell on Design LA, America’s Largest Design event, returns to the Los Angeles Convention Center, June 20-22. And we will be there to cover all the excitement!

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Get Ready For Dwell on Design LA
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Join Dwell and Design Milk for this exciting three day event curated by the editors of Dwell magazine, where you can explore the latest trends in modern design, attend though provoking conversations, network with industry leaders, explore extraordinary homes on the Dwell Home Tours and more!


New for this year, be sure to check out Friday’s keynote address with designer Stephen Burks, see the 400 exhibitors on Dwell’s largest show floor yet, visit an expanded Dwell Outdoor with 5+ prefab structures, stop by the first-ever Dwell Store Pop-Up, see new editor curated pavilions, explore 3-D printing technology and more!


Stephen Burks © Brian W. Ferry

Stephen Burks © Brian W. Ferry


Dwell will also offer three days of onstage programming with 200 speakers such as Redesigning LA with Commune Design and Beauty, Ecology, and Design with Lance Hosey, 37+ continuing education classes from industry partners, free consultations with designers and architects, Green car ride and drives and many other exciting show elements.




There are still spots available for our popular Dwell Home Tours on June 14 and June 21 in Los Angeles. Don’t wait though, these will sell out!

© Laura Doss

© Laura Doss

See our past Dwell on Design and Dwell home tour exclusive coverage here.

Use Discount Code: DESIGNMILK14 to receive an exclusive $5 discount off show passes.


Check out highlights from last year’s event in the video below and see our coverage from prior years of this fantastic show!

Jaime Derringer, Founder + Executive Editor of Design Milk, is a Jersey girl living in SoCal. She dreams about funky, artistic jewelry + having enough free time to enjoy some of her favorite things—running, reading, making music, and drawing.