This year's recipient of the Rodeo Drive Walk of Style Award, Rosita Missoni, will be back in Beverly Hills this month to host an exclusive trunk show. The full 2011 Missoni Home Collection, which includes a vast range of elements, will be on display and available for purchase at the Missoni Boutique on Rodeo Drive. 

Capturing the warm and welcoming aesthetic California aesthetic, Poketo's latest line of gardening products are perfect for breathing life into living spaces. The line, all handcrafted in California by local designers, was created with space saving in mind.

A collective since 2004, LA-based Commune Design provides unconventional and creatives touches to their SoCal projects. 

Like many design fanaticts, we're always on the hunt for pet finds that function as well as the look. Of course, it's easy enough to stash any pet gear to eliminate an eye sore, but once in a while it's nice to be able to drop a leash or collar near the front door without it looking like Petco!

Perfect for the entertaining hostess who has it all, Liebherr’s compact WS 1200 ($1,699) gives wine enthusiasts an attractive storage option. The elegantly designed, stainless steel wine cabinet holds up to 12 bottles on solid beech-wood shelving and features a convenient drawer that can maintain a warmer temperature than the wine compartment for holding wine accessories or chocolates.

Vibrant and playful, these new accessories are to brighten any mood...

Known for producing handmade, artisan pewter and ceramic home and kitchen items, Beehive Kitchenware Co. launches its latest collection.

If you're in need of a retail bliss fix–specifically of the ultra-designy kind–you're in luck. American Design Club's first-ever San Francisco pop-up shop has sprouted at Hayes Valley's Rand+Statler.

Swirls, and zigzags, and hallucinogenic florals! Oh my! The design world is abuzz with the super-exciting news that Italian brand Missoni is partnering with Target to launch a new 400-plus-piece collection coming this September.

Los Angeles interior designer Peter Dunham has been on fire this year. First, he opened another Hollywood at Home store on La Cienega Boulevard to much acclaim. For his follow-up act he's created textiles inspired by his vast, vintage collection of African Textiles.

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