State of Style
We love how this project takes a discarded industrial item and turns it into a lovely vintage find!
San Diego, Venice Beach, and Pasadena boast plenty of reasons to get your design on in the next couple of weeks.
We all know C.L. can be hit or miss - who hasn't driven across town in the hopes of purchasing a fabulous "mid century find," just to be greeted by a flea-ridden IKEA knock off? Although we can't vouch for these items, we'd sure be willing to check them out in person.
Treat yourself to our favorite design posts this week from around the web!
When you book a stay at Off-grid itHouse, an act of surrender is required. And not just the one that involves forking over the nightly rate of $350.
Although the current owners bought the house from Hetfield in 2003, the neighbors still refer to the street as Rockstar Road.
A restored Victorian and modern barn is home to ZD Wines and symbolizes what Carneros stands for today – a respect for tradition with a bright and shining future.
Pegged as a curated, peer-to-peer marketplace, Hunters Alley is the newest addition to the One Kings Lane family. It promises to give individual tastemakers a platform for selling home and vintage items.
Transform a generic wooden IKEA kitchen cart into a chic and fun focal point in just a few easy steps.
I've been traveling so much recently it seems rare that I actually get to fall asleep in my own bed. Between hotels and friends' guest rooms, I've mastered the art living out of a bag and relying on teeny tiny versions of my favorite beauty products.