The classic houses by architect Paul R. Williams (1894-1980) are sought-after in Los Angeles for their combination of elegant spaces and quirky details, especially in the Hancock Park neighborhood. Here's one that's on the market.

Coastal Half Moon Bay is known for its jaw-dropping scenery, but so far that reputation is strictly built on what's going on out of doors. Looking to bring that same level of prestige to the area's interiors is Kristi Will.

Confession: I love organizing gadgets. Sadly, sometimes the straight-out-of-Brookstone-style items disappoint. However, I don't think the Iglu is going to break my tidy heart.

Oakland textile designer Maja Brugo's influences include Scandinavian design, California, graphic design, art, and music.  Oh, and Japanese design and mid-century modern design.  Whew, that's quite a mouthful.  Luckily, the result is Tikoli's cotton tea towels—colorful, modern, and made to mix and match.  

Leslie Clark Grey knows the secret to displaying her collections: cluster then breathe.

Transformed by the German artist Christian Moeller, this 1963 house in Los Angeles is on the market for $1,249,000, and recently reduced from $1,499,000.

Adding some personality around your home needn't be a laborious undertaking; if you've ever switched out your home's knobs and pulls then you know what a huge upgrade fresh hardware can make. And the best part is, it's pretty much the easiest DIY you could do.

Own a bit of Southern California's architectural history with 3,500 square feet of 1920s Andalusian style in Montecito.

If you've been to a showcase home in the Bay Area recently, chances are you're familiar with Darin Geise, the creative director behind Coup d'Etat.

Our Indian summer in the Bay Area was quite short-lived; after what feels like only a week or so of sunshine we're back in the thick of a foggy gloom that's dulled our natural light to just a soft glow.


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