News

  • Helms Bakery + Saatchi Art Present #PatternPlay

    Tapping into the design zeitgeist, an obvious and inspiring theme on our campus has emerged: PATTERN. During the month of August, we explore the many patterns found not only in textile, wood and tile motifs inside our showrooms, but also capturing the ways in which pattern accompanies us on our daily travels throughout our community.

  • Angeleno Live & Dine LA

    Helms Bakery Partners With Angeleno For Live & Dine LA

    On Sunday, September 20th from 3:00 to 6:00pm, please join Angeleno at the Fairmont Miramar Hotel in Santa Monica for their annual Live & Dine LA event honoring the city's most distinguished chefs and restaurateurs that continue to shape and evolve L.A.'s culinary scene. Guests will be treated to culinary demonstrations prepared by award-winning chefs, exclusive wine pairings, artisanal cocktails, and a laundry list of entertainment.

  • Helms Bakery’s Free Outdoor Cinema Returns

    Summer in Los Angeles has us dreaming of being outdoors all day, every day and we are determined to stretch that out as long as possible. We are certain you feel the same way so to help a neighbor out, we invite you to join us on Helms Walk - our pedestrian plaza on Helms Avenue - for our 6th Annual FREE Sunset Cinema Series.

  • Dwell on Design Opens at the LA Convention Center

    Dwell on Design, the premier interior design show showcasing modern furnishings and innovative products from over 2000 vendors, opened today at the Los Angeles Convention Center. Walking one block west to the Expo line, FitBit at the ready, we hopped on the train and explored the show.

  • The Architecture & Design Film Festival Comes to Helms Bakery

    Helms Bakery partners with the Architecture and Design Film Festival (ADFF) to bring you a series of films and conversations that explore how art, architecture and design influence our daily lives. Experiences, whether routine or profound, inform who we are and how we live. From the art that inspires us, to the buildings we pass in the street, to the furniture in our homes, these interactions combine to develop a meaningful language that moves our everyday lives from ordinary to extraordinary.