Interior view of a built-in wall display and built-in sofa at The Bachelors haberdashery, designed by Julius Ralph Davidson in an art deco style, "featuring panels of Makassar ebony set into aluminum frames, brown and tan carpeting laid in strips, and high-quality pigskin upholstery." (Christopher Long, "The Rise of California Modern Design, 1930-41." in ed. Wendy Kaplan, California Design, 1930-1965: Living in a Modern Way (2012), 65.
Interior view of "Irene LTD," a fitting area in a dress shop of designer Irene Lentz Gibbons, with art deco furnishings including an x-back chair with an upholstered seat and a small round ottoman in front of a wall mirror illuminated by a sconce, and a window with sheer drapery with the hem cut diagonally from the floor, on the left. to the top of the window.
Interior view of "Irene LTD," a dress shop of designer Irene Lentz Gibbons, with art deco stye furnishings including an upholstered chair, an x-back chair with an upholstered seat, a wood paneled cabinet, a wood paneled round table, the walls decorated with two framed fashion illustrations and two sconces. There is an elaborate paneled wooden door and the floor is covered in carpet with a design formed by thin rectangles.