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A new collection of residences and townhomes at Mountainside Northstar – designed by San Francisco architects Bohlin Cywinski Jackson – brings this Lake Tahoe ski lodge into the 21st century.

Sometimes the simplest tool is the absolute best one. Case and point? The ColorFit app. Take a picture of a wall (or anything you'd like to color match with, really) and ColorFit spits back five colors that will seamlessly blend with your scheme.

Add to your collection with pieces from the Bonhams auction happening January 25-26, 2015 in San Francisco.

This New York-inspired restaurant opens on the beach in Venice.

Public ArtRe-lighting of Michael Hayden's Generators of the CylinderArt enthusiasts, unite. Michael Hayden's iconic 270-foot-long neon sculpture at downtown LA's International Jewelry Center will be re-lit for the first time in over a decade.

California winters aren’t typically filled with woes, but when they are, the proper pick-me-up is likely to be just outside your door. We’re talking about flowers. Nothing does a greater job of brightening a space than a vase that’s aptly filled with fresh blooms.

A prime example of his work – designed when the architect was still under the spell of Frank Lloyd Wright – is on the market and open this Sunday, January 18 from 2:00pm to 4:00pm. Expect crowds and possibly a bidding war.

1. What is your favorite place in the world and why?That’s difficult to answer as traveling is my favorite thing to do in life. My answer to this has always been Italy, as I have a dual American-Italian passport. I’m currently looking for an apartment in Rome to recharge and get inspired.

By: Anh-Minh LeToday marks the return of San Francisco’s FOG Design+Art, which runs through Sunday, January 18. Gallerists, furniture dealers, and artists have filled the Festival Pavilion at Fort Mason Center for the four-day fair, which showcases contemporary works.

This classic bungalow in the Berkeley Hills has managed to retain much of its original charm. Open on Sunday, January 18th from 2:00pm to 4:00pm.

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