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Badia Design Inc. – Moroccan Furniture Los Angeles including a large selection of Moroccan tiles, lanterns, wedding decor, Moroccan furniture sale Los Angeles, movie prop rental Los Angeles and more, party rentals Los Angeles

Moroccan Furniture Los Angeles


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Badia Design Inc. offers a wide variety of Moroccan handmade furniture, home decor, tribal rugs, brass chandeliers, mosaic tables, Moroccan hand painted tiles and much more. We also offer a selection of Moroccan themed movie and party rentals  along with tent rentals for your special event. 


Badia Design Inc. is the leading supplier of Movie Prop Rental in Los Angeles, with a large selection of high quality and authentic Moroccan furniture and accessories. Click Here for more details.

Some of our lavish Moroccan products have been featured in television productions including NCIS, Criminal Minds Beyond Borders, The Fosters, Desperate Housewives, This Means War, Iron Man, HBO’s True Blood, American Horror Story, The Lord of the Rings, Moroccan Theme Oscar After Party

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Interior Designer Popular With Celebrities Lists Her Own Cubist Home in Los Angeles

Interior designer to the stars LM Pagano has put her own Los Angeles County home—a sculptural cubist structure that played a starring role in the 2005 Bruce Willis thriller “Hostage”—on the market for $4.5 million.

Ms. Pagano, whose clients, she said, include actors Johnny Depp, Nicolas Cage and Matthew Perry, bought the six-acre property in Topanga, California, in 2013 for $2.355 million, according to property records, and listed it on March 6 with Greg Holcomb and Cassandra Petersen of Greg Holcomb Real Estate and Nancy Nelms of Snyder Sutton Real Estate.

The 3,640-square-foot, three-bedroom, 3.5-bathroom house, which is a rose-gray color, was designed by architect Thomas “Tom” Egidi of Tuna Studio Architecture in 1990.

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Ms. Pagano said that she and her husband, metalwork artist Scott McDonald, are selling because they want to spend more time in Whitefish, Montana,

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