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Desert Pioneers

In the 1990s, an intrepid group of architecture and design enthusiasts polished off some of Palm Springs’ residential desert gems and helped launch a movementArchitecture tours, lectures and design-centric parties sell out way in advance of Modernism Week held every February.  Read More...

Out on the Town: Winter Cover Celebration, Hosted by Marc Phillips

Bobby Partial and the Marc Phillips team hosted an exclusive dinner at the lovely LA showroom to celebrate California Home+Design’s winter issue featuring “The Foundation is Female” cover story.  Read More...

Fringe Benefits: Cynthia Spence uncovers this season’s flirtiest finds

1. Wink Lamp by HOUTIQUE X MASQUESPACIO 2. Lampada 027 by DIMORESTUDIO; available at The Future Perfect 3.  Read More...

Haus of Design Marries Elegance and Ease in Beverly Hills

Clint Nicholas and Lene Schneider of Haus of Design are known for creating luxurious, understated homes.  Read More...

15 Minutes with Kelly Wearstler

Fifteen minutes just isn’t enough with Kelly Wearstler. A trailblazer to say the least, Wearstler continues to present refreshing, enigmatic designs that leave us feeling inspired and eager to push creative limits.  Read More...

On The Block: Auction Catalogues As Master Classes In Design, Part Two

Online auction catalogues are a visual treasure trove, full of surprises, with free lessons in design history.  Read More...

Industry News: Chairish Inc. Acquires Dering Hall

Sourcing for contemporary, antique and vintage finds just got a lot easier with the announcement that Chairish Inc., the San Francisco-based parent company of Chairish and DECASO, two dynamic online marketplaces for unique, furnishings has acquired New York-based Dering Hall, an ecommerce platform f  Read More...

Dover Street Market L.A. Re-Opens for its Spring/Summer Season

Dover Street Market, a fashion forward and unique 15,000 sq.  Read More...

Trip Haenisch Conjures Up a Spec House for the Dream Client

A spec home would seem to be a designer's dream. There’s no client to please and the only limits are budget and imagination. But, as interior designer Trip Haenisch explains, referring to the home he created in conjunction with developer John Saca and architect C. J.  Read More...

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