Still celebrating their 40 year anniversary, the Pacific Design Center has announced several new luxury brands to expand their already impressive showroom collection.
Earlier this year, Equestrian Quarterly Magazine created a ballot to choose the 2015 EQ Gold List. Readers nominated their favorites for various categories of equestrian life.
Jolene and Ben Kraus aka Park Studio LA, aren't just husband and wife, they're a dynamic duo of designers who have a way of creating electric designs that do more than light up a room, but light up lives.
Richard Neutra designed the breathtaking Hees House in 1950. Beautifully restored, it’s on the market and open, Sunday June 28, 2:00pm-5:00pm.
Renowned celebrity floral designer, Eric Buterbaugh, didn't just open a flagship boutique to house his gorgeous services, he's also partnered with fragrance powerhouse Firmenich to create seven unisex scents that may give Le Labo a run for their money.
Located only two hours south of Los Angeles, San Diego is an easy weekend destination with plenty of attractions for children and adults alike.
On June 27th, Blu Homes, the leading provider of prefab homes in North America, will be cutting the ribbon on their brand new Silicon Valley Design Center in Redwood City and is open for tours on Sunday, June 28th (you can sign up for a tour on their website here).
The designer collaborated with architect Wendy Posard to completely gut her 1892 Country Queen Anne style Victorian home in an effort to return the interior to its historical roots.
Another addition to the smart home sector, Bitfinder recently introduced the world to Awair, the first device of its kind. Enabled to communicate with the air quality of your surroundings, you can pinpoint exactly what you're breathing in, including humidity, dust particles, and VOCs.
A grand and classic example of 1920s Spanish Mediterranean in California is on the market.