1. When did you first become interested in interior design and what inspired your eventual career path? When I moved to Los Angeles after college I saw homes designed in ways I had never seen while growing up in Kansas. It was exciting and inspiring. 2.

Four years ago, San Francisco's Galleria Park Hotel, a Joie de Vivre property, received a four-million-dollar restoration that made it one of the Financial District's most sought-after spots for out-of-towners and locals looking for an urban escape.

Floating at the edge of the Pacific, this superb Carmel home by architect Wallace E. Cunningham just came on the market.

Interior designer Nate Berkus defines what’s great about American design.

1. Where do you currently live in CA and what's special about how you've designed your personal space? My West Hollywood loft is a loving, passionate culmination of the antiques, furnishings and art that I’ve gathered over the years.

Unveiling“The Freedom Sculpture” Instead of barbecues and beers this 4th of July, feast your eyes on “The Freedom Sculpture,” L.A.’s brand-new large-scale public artwork by noted artist, architect, and engineer Cecil Balmond.

The actor/playwright/house collector is spending less time in Los Angeles.

There are dozens of ways to celebrate the early days of summer.

On June 21st, the SoCal Neoclassicists gathered for an evening mixer to tour the beautiful, new Above The Penthouses at the W Residences in Hollywood.

Transitioning from the chilled-out Bay Area to the hustle and bustle of New York City always requires a bit of prep and patience — but having a perfect place to stay certainly helps.


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