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The picturesque Painted Ladies at San Francisco's Alamo Square Park have inspired their fair share of artistic expression (especially if you count the Full House opening credits among them), but our newest fave is from Texas-based leatherworker Julia Gabriel.

Enjoy the first solo show by the renowned California ceramicist in nearly 35 years!

As a born-and-bred Texas girl, I immediately fell for the refined equine style of the new Horsehair collection from Apparatus.

Jee Levin and Randall Buck, the designers behind Trove's distinctive wallpaper, offer up a wayfaring itinerary with their new wallpaper collection launched at ICFF in May.

If you’re seeking a singular table design, the Periodic is a shining example.

We were on hand for Fireclay's April launch of its new showroom, and got an inside scoop on the company's fresh aesthetic—as well as its new handpainted tile collections.

Among the local landmarks that simply scream San Francisco—the Golden Gate Bridge and Bay Bridge among them—Sutro Tower belongs to the city alone. The otherworldly antenna straddles the hilly divide between those of us who are fogged-in and those who are fog-free.

We’re auctioning off 16 custom commissions designed just for our 2013 State of the Art column (and featured in our magazine).

Win one of these gorgeous books on design grande dame Eva Zeisel from our friends at Chronicle Books!

As a luau mainstay, the ukulele might not be widely percieved as a cutting-edge instrument.