This Transformed Sherman Oaks Store Reimagines Antiques Shopping


Dina and Kevin Litt in their antiques concept store, Litt Concept House

Black vintage console with porcelain vases below and varied decorative objets on top

When Kevin Litt’s parents retired from their successful Sherman Oaks antiques store, he and his wife Dina saw an opportunity to reboot. Refreshing the original 20,000-square-foot location on Ventura Boulevard, they imagined Litt Concept House, a space for a next generation of collectors, with an in-house coffee shop to boot. Luxe sat down with the couple to learn more.

Tell us about your vision behind the new Litt Concept House.

Dina Litt: People are over fast fashion and fast manufacturing. Their homes have a new level of importance. Our eye is to the unique, and that’s what sets us apart.

Kevin Litt: Our emphasis is on European pieces that are casual and not fussy. We redo items too, like bleach a heavy Victorian piece or add leather details. 

What should shoppers expect now?

D.L.: People can come in, have a coffee and see beautiful things, including paintings by local artists. Or find smaller gift items, too. We’re always changing things up for a seasonal vibe.

K.L.: My parents love it—we’re ready for the next 50 years!