Posts by Abigail Stone

British paint and wallpaper company Farrow & Ball, whose color range and prints draw from historic palettes and archives, is lauded for the extraordinary depth of their pigments.

The marriage of art and interior design is a long-standing one; art is an essential component of bringing a home to life. "Art is everything when it comes to interior design. It reflects the style of homeowner and it should be a representation of who you are,” says interior designer Ryan Saghian.

Fortuny, the venerable Venetian textile company, renowned for their shimmering cottons, sensual velvets and diaphanous silks, has opened their Los Angeles showroom at Dessin Fournir, located on La Cienega in the heart of Los Angeles’s design quarter. It’s an ideal alliance, partnering them with a di

Homepolish designer, Katherine Carter, is best known for decorating the homes of Lauren Conrad and influencer, Marianna Hewitt.

Transforming a builder's special with its regulation white cabinets, silver hardware and chunky wood built-ins into a space with unique character was the challenge Taylor Anne Abess of Parlor Interiors faced when designing a house in the Hollywood Hills for her and her art curator husband.

Los Angeles-based interior designer Kerry Joyce will release his first book this November.

Master architect and designer Gulla Jónsdóttir is on a roll.

Opening next Friday, October 19th and running through Sunday, October 21st, the fifth itineration of The Palm Springs Modernism Show & Sale - Fall edition promises to be their largest fall show to date with 46 exhibitors including several who've only shown in the Spring show.

WestEdge Design Fair flings open the doors of Santa Monica's Barker Hangar for the 6th year in a row, kicking off three days of riveting design with an opening night party on Thursday night, October 18 from 7-10 pm.

It's no surprise that one of the La Cienega Design Quarter's most revered vintage decor and accessories shop is called Downtown. After all, as Petula Clark so famously sang, "Downtown, no finer place for sure".

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