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There’s nothing quite as heartbreaking as falling in love with a store while traveling and then discovering it doesn’t have a website you can shop back home. (You can only fit so many fragile ceramics in your carry-on, after all.) Olive Ateliers, a Los Angeles–based home decor retailer that was founded in 2021 and has since accrued a celebrity following for its hotly anticipated in-store releases, was previously on that list of beloved brick-and-mortars lacking an online outlet. Until now. The brand is about to launch a digital shopping experience so fans across the country can snag a limestone trough from Indonesia or a rough-cut onyx side table from its monthly drops—the first of which will be live on May 24, 5 to 9 p.m. PT. 

Olive Ateliers is known for curating antique and artisan-made pieces from around the world, which have caught the attention of A-listers like Kristen Bell, Elsa Hosk, and several members of the Kardashian-Jenner clan. Kim Kardashian took to her Instagram Stories not long ago to proclaim the brand as her new favorite spot for sourcing home accessories, proudly displaying the two stone plinths she purchased.

Although the drops feature a unique assortment of one-of-a-kind objects, the type of inventory that goes fastest includes wood cutting boards, Turkish vessels, and elm-wood benches and stools. And, yes, you’ll have to act pretty fast. The online listings will offer a limited assortment of what’s sold in person, and prices will range from $25 to $1,500. The good news? At least you won’t have to queue up in the L.A. heat.