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What people are saying about us… – The Shops at 1345
1935
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What people are saying about us…

Ralph Lauren
A collective of independent boutiques housed under one roof, this treasure trove offers something for any and every palette. Pottery, textiles, vintage furniture, art, clothing, and accessories—you name it—all in a mid-century modern building that will have architecture devotees enamored. Past the festive pink brick front, you’ll find a labyrinth of shop-in-shops, sometimes so seamlessly merged that you can’t tell where one ends and the other starts. While the merchandise is varied, it all offers a certain easygoing, retro vibe that pairs perfectly with the sun-dappled lifestyle that Palm Springs is intent on selling.
Goop

“We would trek from LA to Palm Springs for a visit to 1345 alone. Aside from everything you can buy there, the building—a modernist structure designed by E. Stewart Williams in 1955—is worth a visit all on its own. Step inside and you’ll find a treasure trove of rare mid-century-inspired home items. Our favorites include wares from Double M pottery: The pastel-patterned, lead-free glazes are all handmade in California, and the mugs, plates, and bowls are all dishwasher-safe.”

Conde Nast Traveller

Conde Nast Traveller calls The Shops at Thirteen Forty Five a “One stop fix, This is the kind of place where you can loose an entire day.”

Diablo Magazine

“Another not-to-be-missed retail destination: The Shops at Thirteen Forty Five, a series of 14 mini-stores and galleries that flow together inside a fantastic, mazelike building designed by E. Stewart Williams. Vintage Murano glass, midcentury furniture, art, contemporary menswear, souk rugs, and handmade jewelry are some of the items you’ll find here—as well as pottery by the renowned ceramicist Stan Bitters.”

Robb Report
Tucked inside an iconic 1955 building designed by E. Stewart Williams, the Shops at Thirteen Forty-Five are a must-visit for gifts with local desert flair.