Check out the Palm Springs Life piece on the Thomas Troy Home Store. Click the thumbnail to enlarge.
ONE STOP SHOP
The greatest hits of the 1970s, ’80s, and ’90s are on repeat at Thomas Troy Home in Rancho Mirage. “We collect midcentury, and we’re very into those decades,” says owner Thomas Troy Walsh. “More importantly, we’re really particular about what’s in the store.” A decade ago, Walsh broke ground doing new builds with his own construction company. Five years in, he expanded into renovations. “Which led us into interiors,” he says. “Now, we’re involved in every aspect,” including collecting. He and his husband lled ve storage e units before opening the shop. Surrounded by consignment stores, the showroom shines. Danish furniture, ’70s barware, and brass wall sculptures share the with pieces from Roche Bobois and and Ligne Roset. Customers can tell there’s a strong eye behind such nds. “The people we meet, from Palm Springs to Indian Wells, come in asking about interiors.”
Thomas Troy Home was featured in the Magnesia Falls Cove Modernism Tour
Thomas Troy Home was featured in Best of the Valley Magazine
Thomas Troy Home received the nomination for
BEST INTERIOR DESIGNER
in the Best of the Valley’s Ultimate Pride List for 2018.
LS 2700-was featured on the Palm Springs Modern Committee’s Fall Home Tour.
The property was well received by over 300 attendees, which sold to ModCom members shortly thereafter.
The Palm Springs Modern Committee (PS ModCom) is a non-profit organization dedicated to the appreciation and preservation of Desert Modern architecture and design. Visit psmodcom.org for more information.
Thomas Troy Home was featured in the Mid West’s premier design magazines for the exquisite renovation of single family modernist classic designed and built by Harold Turner, Frank Lloyd Wright’s preferred General Contractor.
This ad appears in the 2020 Modernism Official Guide. Click the thumbnail to enlarge the ad.