Now We Know How Diane Keaton Scores So Many Great Vintage Finds
She just revealed her source on Instagram.
Updated Sep 29, 2021 7:00 AM
We’ve known for a while that Diane Keaton has a thing for interior design. (The Academy Award winner literally wrote the book on building a Pinterest-perfect home.) What we didn’t know was that Keaton’s passion for decorating is apparently a family trait. On Monday, the actress took a break from her regularly scheduled selfies and hat snapshots to share a very important fact: Her sister, Dorrie Hall, has an antiques shop.
“While visiting my sister Dorrie at Pasadena Antique Center, we met Jeremie Adkins. Need I say more?” wrote Keaton in the caption of a comical video of Adkins, a local antiques dealer whose stall is located right next to Hall’s, pretending to bargain $1 for a drawing. The actress then did us all a favor and linked to her sister’s shop, Monterey Garage, which features ’40s furniture, folk art, vintage road signs, Navajo rugs, and other Southwestern treasures. No wonder Keaton’s house is filled with so many good vintage finds.
After some preliminary digging, we discovered that this isn’t the first time Keaton has showed her sister’s shop some love. In an interview with Remodelista in 2011, the star shared that Hall’s stall at Pasadena Antique Center is one of her favorite L.A. design haunts, along with Galerie Half and Juxtaposition.
Now that we know where Keaton does her antiques shopping, we can’t wait to pay a visit. Here are a few treasures from neighboring vendors to check out if you beat us to it:
For that bizarrely long, narrow hallway in your apartment, try this 15-foot runner on for size.
Take your summer tablescape to the next level with this colorful mid-century glassware.
“It doesn’t take a mathematician to know a geometric look is a good look,” says seller Angie Dickerson-Lee. In the case of these two sleek armchairs, we completely agree.