Calling all green thumbers and bluegrass fans: Get down to your roots at SF's General Store on Saturday, September 10th for “Botany and Bluegrass” - an afternoon of terrarium making and banjo tunes. Featuring two build-your-own terrarium workshops (1 p.m.
What started in 1997 as a joint venture between Jamie Young and David Jeter, has grown from a few select pieces to thousands of product offerings. Lamps, lighting, furniture, pillows, textiles, mirrors, handbags and jewelry now make up the line. Today, Jamie Young Co. is known for specializing in on-trend collections of posh products influenced by styles and looks from all over the globe. We love Young's latest line of campaign tables, which feature mango wood finished with hand forged iron.
Here, architect Mary Ann Schicketanz wanted to showcase the specatular views of the celebrated Big Sur headlands. This roof deck, which hovers over a cliff, has glass walls to protect it from the wind and a living roof installed with solar panels.
A few months ago we checked in on the launch of the Good Shepard Charity Design Project – a design initiative that recruited 30 decorators to donate their time and talent to the women's homeless shelter.
The cool palette of this spacious bathroom makes it a serene retreat.
I remember a time when the matchup of Print vs. Web was being billed as an epic battle, one that would leave shuttered newsstands and deserted newspaper and magazine offices in its wake. And while the dust hasn't completely settled, I am happy to be dwelling in something of a green zone:
Here's a new twist on an old idea –newly launched iPhone and iPad app dabball (pronounced "dabble") lets users browse, buy and play games with original works of art. The app is designed as a dexterity game AND digital art gallery.
Outfitting a deck space as a living area makes a lot more room for entertaining and relaxing. Here, the sofa is arranged around a coffee table that converts to an outdoor fire feature.
It's the last day of Heath Ceramics "Home Plate" program that benefits the Skid Row Housing Trust. Following the success of last year's program, Heath continues its partnership with Skid Housing Trust in order to provide permanent homes for L.A.'s homeless population. In 2010, upwards of 4,000 pieces were donated. With two new buildings in the pipeline, in addition to the 22 buildings owned and operated by Skid Row Housing Trust, items are desperately in need.