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Inspiration: Vintage Cocktail Shakers

I’ve never been all that interested in having an actual bar in my home; thoughts of a typical “man cave” with leather swivel seats and posters with poker-playing dogs come too quickly to mind, I’m afraid.  Read More...

Oh Joy! New Wallpaper from Hygge & West

I've been waiting a while for this one! Joy, the voice behind one of my favorite blogs, Oh, Joy! has been hinting for months at her new wallpaper collaboration with Hygge & West, and it's finally here.  Read More...

Rugs That Add A Jolt of Electricity to A Room

There are statement-making pieces, and then there are items that add an actual jolt of electricity to a room. I classify most of the Rug Company’s goods as the latter.  Read More...

Toasting a Great Cause

Giving back always feels good, but now it tastes good too!  Read More...

Wardian Case: The Classed Up Terrarium

Terrariums have blown up into a major trend in home gardening over the past few years, with everyone from the New York Times to Martha Stewart (erm, not to mention Jeffery Tambor) taking a crack at them.  Read More...

Design Datebook: August 21–22

What events not to miss this weekend, from sales to exhibitions to open houses.  Read More...

Tile Deals and Steals

Nothing looks quite as good as high-style design that was snagged for a low price.  Read More...

Sea Worthy

An overhaul by Safdie Rabines Architects takes a narrow beachfront lot and turns it into a livable work of art.  Read More...

Inspiration: Local Up & Coming Online Mags

While I’m of the old school belief that nothing can truly compare to picking up the latest copy of your favorite glossy, leafing through crisp pages, and dog-earing it to death, I still love me some online magazines.  Read More...

Inspired by Butler Armsden's Richmond Remodel

I was flipping through our website's inspiration rooms (if you haven't yet, give it a go–lots of good stuff in there) and–how fitting–came upon a most inspiring space. San Francisco architecture firm Butler Armsden transformed this Edwardian home in the city's Richmond District to encompass the homeowners' Scandinavian predilections by opening it up, building an addition, and giving the entire place a modern spin.  Read More...

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