MOGUL is a retail store where modern interiors meet decadent fashion, providing a venue for creating a complete opulent look for the home. Located in the heart of Los Angeles' design Mecca on Melrose Avenue, MOGUL offers a wide array of products and services including residential and commercial design consultations, custom draperies and made to order furnishings, home staging and photography, studio rentals, vintage home accessories and the soft sheen of MOGUL's proprietary brand of 720 thread count sheets.

Owners and designers Thomas Piscitello and Neal Wagner opened this high-fashion home design store in 2005. Fusing Piscitello and Wagner's backgrounds in fashion, theatre and art gives MOGUL its highly dramatic and sexy look. The showroom features Piscitello's unique chandeliers and Wagner's original artwork amidst their collaboration of sleek and sexy interpretations on classical furniture designs.

Thomas Piscitello draws upon his experience at FENDI and other high end fashion retailers for inspiration. A former west coast director for FRETTE linens, Piscitello is a regular on-air design specialist on HGTV's Small Space, Big Style show. Piscitello's chandeliers were chosen by interior designer, Tracie Butler, for hot new restaurants Shag, Parc, and Beso. Piscitello's passion for vintage glass is evident in the unique bowls and ashtrays that inhabit the store.

Neal Wagner's paintings grace the homes of celebrities such as Tyler Perry, Rihanna and Jerry O'Connell & Rebecca Romijn. Three of Wagner's original abstract paintings were used for O'Connell's makeover by interior designer Nate Berkus and featured on the OPRAH show. A pair of Wagner's signature "nest" paintings were chosen by Los Angeles design giant Dodd Mitchell, for his newly renovated A-lister Tropicana Bar Celebrity Suite at the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel. Dodd Mitchell also chose Wagner's "Above Indiana in January" for the model suite at his latest endeavor, The Grand Sierra Resort, in Reno, Nevada. In the 2006 Spring issue of Oprah's O at Home magazine, Wagner's painting, "Indiana Fields" was featured in a spread on a Bel-Air home by architect Paul Williams. Top Los Angeles restaurant and nightclub designer, Tracie Butler, chose 6 Wagner originals to set the tone for the hot new resturant, Parc. For Eva Longoria and Todd English's Beso, Butler chose three of Wagner's paintings. [Click here for Artist's Bio.]

Wagner & Piscitello take pride in searching the world for the coolest and sexiest home furnishing. With their philosophy that a home should be well dressed, MOGUL truly is high Fashion For Your Home.