State of Style
I've been traveling so much recently it seems rare that I actually get to fall asleep in my own bed. Between hotels and friends' guest rooms, I've mastered the art living out of a bag and relying on teeny tiny versions of my favorite beauty products.
It was once all redwood, but this classic Post & Beam with a "Folded Plate" roof by a Mid-Century architect has been sensitively re-worked in white paint, steel, acid-etched glass, and concrete.
Cora Sue Anthony of HGTV's Real Estate Intervention is releasing her first book this November!
We've been fans of Emeryville ceramicist Sara Paloma for a long time (ever since we first wrote about her elegant vessels back in 2007).
For tech-savvy homeowners jonesing to add a new coat of paint and a dash of panache to their living spaces, we’ve rounded up some helpful design apps to guide your creative process.
Legends of La Cienega kicks off this Wednesday and I couldn't be more excited.
The one, the only, Heath Ceramics is once again hosting its annual Open Studios event. Visitors to the San Francisco and Sausalito shops can get a taste of tile glazing, explore the history of Heath, and peruse current projects and collections.
Don't miss two incredible pottery sales (one this weekend, and one next), and great deals on knives, Parisian furniture, and more!
Happy Friday! Treat yourself to our favorite design posts this week from around the web.
The four free-spirited Moody Sisters built about a dozen hand-crafted cottages in Montecito in the '30s and early '40s. On of them is one the market, and if you're anywhere nearby– it's worth a visit on Sunday, May 5 from 2:00pm to 4:00pm