Posts by Abigail Stone

WHEN IT CAME TO WORKING WITH AN A-LIST film-industry couple with a long list of box-office successes, Los Angeles designer Amy Sklar’s first presentation fell flat. “I thought I’d nailed it and then crickets,” Sklar shares.

Living Spaces, the budget-friendly furniture store, has definitely upped their game since their commercial with the catchy jingle hit our radar way back before we got our first apartment.

No pun intended but Bar Garcia, tucked into the bottom of 14 room Tuck Hotel, carved out of non-descript building, is a hidden gem in the midst of Downtown LA's often frenetic bar and dining scene. The intimate 70 seat space, fuses a cozy and romantic atomosphere with sleek industrial vibes: note th

 Discovering Bend founder Gaurav Nanda's former career as an animator and automotive sculptor is not surprising. There's a vibrancy about the brand's signature wire furniture that gives them an anthropomorphic quality.

In honor of its ten year anniversary, the renowned SLS Hotel on La Cienega in Beverly Hills, with its lobby by Philippe Stark and its restaurant, Bazaar by Jose Andres, is undergoing a slow renovation. First up on the agenda are the 234 guestrooms and 63 suites.

On the occassion of their two year anniversary, L'Eclaireur has reimagined the interior of its French Regency-style chateau on Robertson Boulevard into something even more compelling The French retailer was originally founded by Martine & Armand Hadida in a gallery space on the Champes-ElyseesSw

You can't miss Will Taylor of Bright.Bazaar: a self-confessed gentleman hooked-on-hue whose motto is: beige is boring, Taylor sees the world through not just rose tinted glasses but one that filter his adventures through a whole rainbow of bright lenses.

When it comes to modern bathroom design, how do you define luxury and glamour?

For years, there were few events as hotly anticipated in the Los Angeles art world than the Santa Monica Museum of Art's INCOGNITO benefit art sale.

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