As the founder of local LA's Mat Herman knows the best local spots for finding awesome home finds. As curator, buyer, and tastemaker of his own brand he lets us in on some places that most inspire him. ”I realize that Apt2B can’t be all things to all people, plus that would just be boring. I love to mix and a match with my own décor at home,” he says. Check out all of his favorite LA spots. Plus! Tell us the must-go spots in your neighborhood!

Joe Cariati is in his element. As hip-hop music blasts throughout his small studio in El Segundo, he and his team of three gracefully weave around their workstations, deftly maneuvering glowing wands of molten glass in and out of blazing hot furnaces. This is where the magic happens.

In the need of some new spots for finding stellar home accessories and furnishings? These three LA hot-spots are at the top of their game. 

We've been on a lot of of walking home tours over the years, but few have gotten us as excited as the upcoming Venice Modern Home Tour.

Known for its luxe outdoor collections, the DEDON flagship store is now open in Los Angeles. Among all of the shop's new itrms for 2012, here's a sneak peek at a couple of our favorites.

Jonathan Adler's latest collaboration with WallPops was unveiled this week at the California Gift Show (the show started this week and goes through Tuesday, Jan. 24). Jonathan Adler for WallPops combines the designer's signature motifs with the brand's signature peel-and-stick wall art.

Antiques dealer Selma Cisic has an eye for beautiful things and a penchant for purchasing them on the spot for her aptly named store, Adesso (it means "right now" in Italian).

For the past six months, L.A. has been inundated with great art as it celebrates its place in American art history with the multi-institution, months-long Pacific Standard Time.

The official Entra Lounge designed by award-winning interior design firm FORM will be unveiled at the 2012 Los Angeles Art Show today. Incorporating their sleek designs and keen attention to detail, FORM teamed up with Entra to design the space.

If you're like us, there is something that can be simply intoxicating about a good display windor. We know--a little strange, but it's the design geek within. This month, the display windows of Melrose Avenue's Decorative Carpets reveal chic styling by Tamara Kaye-Honey and her team at House of Honey. Decorative Carpets is know for employing different designers to create a look centered around their latest rug collections - past featured designers include Tim Clarke, Michael Berman, Erinn V and Peter Durham.