Wright’s (est. 1988) is the bricks + mortar extension of family legacy + free-spirit eclecticism. The aesthetic collaboration of life-long Manhattan Beach residents Dana + Nancy McFarland, Wright’s is named in honor of Charles Wright, Dana’s great-grandfather + founder of the original Wright’s, an Albuquerque trading post featuring clothing, Navajo blankets + assorted curios.  The same totem pole that stood for almost a century at the entrance of Charlie’s desert outpost finds re-incarnation as both heirloom + inspiration at the threshold of Wright’s today.  

Wright’s fuses a culture of American tribal craft + modern Bohemian style. Careful curation yields wares including the designs of Isabel Marant, Raquel Allegra, Beth Orduña, Steven Alan, Hartford, Crossley + J.W. Brine.  On display throughout the shop are vintage discoveries, mid-century objects + minimalist self-crafted furnishings.  Our atmosphere is one in celebration of the artisanal + the utilitarian alike.  

Wright’s takes pride in our philosophy of customer care + connection.  We invite you to join us in the ever-evolving tradition of beauty + craftsmanship + material.