State of Style
The San Francisco artist is the focus of a special 3-week retrospective exhibition at Christie's in New York this May. Sadly, the show won't travel here.
Tomorrow I leave for Chicago, and turns out I'm not the only Californian with my eye on the windy city. San Francisco starchitect Stanley Saitowitz of Natoma Architects just released some shiny renderings for The Chicago, a 64-story residential tower on a long-vacant site at Roosevelt and Michigan.
Instead of focusing on "shock and awe," we adore that you can feel Tom's love of traditional interiors with tons of warmth and texture when looking at his work and couldn't be more please to bring you his answers to the Designer Crush Q&A!
A studio/residence complex originally designed for muralist Rico Lebrun that's had some good times– and bad– is on the market.
As the warm weather settles in for good, it's time to contemplate sprucing up your outdoor area with this hot little table—one that practically demands a round of icy twilight cocktails.
We are total suckers for incorporating clear materials into interior design right now, especially when the entire project costs around $30 (seriously!).
Don't miss these upcoming must-see design events in the San Francisco Bay Area!
These are five chic pins you definitely don't want to miss.
Henry and Charles Greene designed a number of brilliantly hand-crafted houses in Pasadena before WWI, and a splendidly restored example of their work is on the market and open this Sunday from 2:00pm to 4:00pm
For epicurean pilgrims, one more stop will soon be added on the march to Mecca. Healdsburg Shed won’t be just another farmers’ market.