For Amusepot owners Hugh Fogel and Carrie Sheerin, lifestyle design knows no boundaries.
Hugh Fogel and Carrie Sheerin don’t want to tell you how to live, or how to design your home. The creative director and CEO, respectively, behind the Henderson concept boutique Amusespot eschew passing trends and all-too-familiar buzzwords, instead preferring to guide clients toward pieces that’ll enhance their everyday lives while subtly recalling the high-design standards of the past. A case in point: Ask Fogel how he’d outfit a home in Paradise Palms, and he’s more apt to tell you how he’d use it. “If I lived in one of those houses,” he remarks, “I’d throw a damn party.” Built at the height of the city’s glitzy heyday, homes like the ones in Paradise Palms, Vogel contends, were social hubs where people unwound after long days spent working in what was then a relatively undeveloped desert town. Accents geared toward entertaining, like Amusespot’s retro-meets-mod Marshall bluetooth speaker, moody pendant lights by Tom Dixon, barware by Vegas cocktail guru Tony Abou-Ganim and a statement-making assortment of vintage glassware, would find themselves right at home in such an environment—as would the shop’s collection of retro cufflinks that appear straight out of the Swinging Sixties. 2550 Anthem Village Dr., Ste. 120, 702-857-8212