At Peddler’s Creamery in downtown LA, the employees ride a stationary bicycle as part of their job description.
Young and passionate, designer Lizette Bruckstein burst into the San Francisco interior design scene less than ten years ago.
Details in the meticulous renovation of this 1920’s mansion highlight the now-forgotten California terra cotta industry.
An unconventional juicery opens a new location in Venice with a very bold design.
A Los Angeles design fair explores what makes an object timeless.
Built in the 1850s, this very grand Italianate survivor on Russian Hill is on the market – and provides a great look at 21st Century design in a traditional setting.
Specializing in eclectic furniture, art and decor, Spacepop is a lively wonderland for any kitsch collector.
Energy-efficient LEDs have taken the lighting world by storm, but until recently you couldn’t find LED fixtures at the style level most California homeowners and designers seek.
Combining built construction and luxury prefab, this dwelling by Marmol Radziner + Associates in Runyon Canyon is open this Sunday, September 21 from 2:00pm to 5:00pm.