The twee terrarium has had its day, so let's shove that tired trend aside in favor of something with little more history—the Wardian Case. We first spotted them a couple of years ago, but it seems they're enjoying a surge in popularity these days.

With harvest over and the wines slumbering in the cellar, our thoughts turn to holiday entertaining, shopping, eating and partying to the very end.  Here’s how to end the year on a high note, wine country style.

From a Nutcracker refresh to block parties and popups, try to check out a few of these design and art events happening in the Bay Area before the holidays fully consume you.

Round 1 Voting is now closed, but you can still check out these 40 amazing rooms!

We had to struggle through the listing photos to recognize this gem– a victim of unsympathetic decor– remodeled by Los Angeles architect/icon/surfer/modrnist Harry Gesner. Open on Sunday, December 2 from 1:00pm to 4:00pm.

So you have been thinking about getting a cute fish tank for your kitchen counter, but you are also pretty dead set on an indoor herb garden. There is only so much room on the counter, so a tough choice has to be made: is it going to be basil or bettas, man?

Originally built in 1948, this small stucco house has been completely re-imagined by Terry & Terry Architects and interior designer Chris Choy, and it's open on Sunday, December 2 from 2:00pm to 4:00pm.

Forward-thinking architects face an uphill battle in San Francisco, which is known for strict historical mandates when it comes to new construction.

San Francisco author Zahid Sardar's new book West Coast Modern: Architecture, Interiors & Design, the West’s wide-ranging topographies find common ground in their harmony with contemporary design.

Tackling a small space is a familiar—and welcome—challenge for Los Angeles designer Kyle Schuneman. The designer grew up in a 1,200-square-foot apartment with his sister and parents and has preferred a petite footprint ever since.


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