State of Style
Congratulations to our talented and deserving CH+D Awards winners! Keep an eye on our House Tours as the stellar designs go up online.
San Francisco shoe designer Martha Davis gravitates toward the unexpected. From her studio garage–cum–showroom in Hayes Valley, she carries out her vision for sculptural designs that are also supremely wearable, inventing geometrically complex heel shapes and topping them with butter-soft vachetta leather.
Looking back at Mid-Century design, the architect took advantage of an unusual double lot to create an open, two story house that's not hemmed in by neighbors. Open on Saturday and Sunday, February 8th and 9th from 2:00pm to 4:00pm.
Our very own editor in chef, Erin Feher, will be leading the Never Built Palm Springs panel discussion that explores the unfinished architecture projects that could have been a part of the thriving SoCal oasis.
Following a fabulous week of new product launches and tricked-out pads, our design juices are flowing and ripe for the pinning. We rounded up our top pins that will help channel your inner decorator as we look forward to the weekend.
Of the five tastemakers Lamps Plus has selected - Christopher Kennedy, Tobi Fairley, Mr. Kate, Made By Girl, and Woodson & Rummerfeld – three are California-based.
If you feel like an Insta-vention is in order every time you view a landscape with filtered-colored glasses, we can assure you that you are in good company.
This classic Edwardian mansion is on the market for just a pinch under $8 million.
Looking for a way to update your abode for spring? Incorporate Pantone’s Spring 2014 picks to prep your home for warmer days ahead. Up next: Celosia Orange.
Koreatown is quickly moving up the list of LA's up-and-coming neighborhoods, and the recent opening of the 388-room Line Hotel at 3515 Wilshire Blvd. is only going to boost its cool quotient.