State of Style
Want a behind-the-scenes peek inside a few of the most beautiful homes in San Francisco's suburbs? Join Community Service League’s 33rd Kitchen Tour and be privy to the lavish kitchens and interiors of five gorgeous homes in Hillsborough and Burlingame.
Erin Hiemstra is the woman behind one of our very favorite SF blogs, Apartment 34, and we're so excited to bring you pictures from her place along with her answers to the Designer Crush Q&A!
If you've never heard of Soft Cities, prepare to be charmed. The San Francisco company creates blankets and napkins featuring a map of your favorite location—in a supercute, arty iteration.
It's tough to toe the line between boring and little-kid-kitschy when it comes to shower curtains, but this DIY manages to do just that. Although the project takes a bit of patience and measuring, we think the end result is worth the extra effort.
Take a trip to the Getty Center for the new exhibit Ed Ruscha: In Focus.
We scoured the web to bring you the best deals on home furnishings and accessories right now. Happy shopping!
Hello Friday! Treat yourself to our favorite design posts this week from around the web.
The Museum of Craft and Design has been homeless for three years. But, it’s finally found a home in the historic American Industrial Center building in San Francisco’s Dogpatch neighborhood and is now open with an exciting new exhibition.
True, the venue has shifted and the decor's not quite as lavish as in Billy Wilder's noir classic, but it comes close in scale and even better, it's open on Sunday, April 14 from 2:00pm to 5:00pm
California Home+Design staffers couldn’t make it to Milan this year, so we enlisted the eyeballs of Touch design studio co-founder Peter Scherrer. As one half of a team that performs product and graphic design, branding and how-to workshops, he’s the perfect scout.