Posts by Abigail Stone

The annual La Cienega Design Quarter's Legends event, now in its 10th year, brings together thousands of VIPs and tastemakers from the worlds of interior design, decor, art, fashion and architecture. The highlight are the imaginative windows.

 No longer just the provenance of teenagers scrawling subversive messages on public buildings and subway cars, graffiti has crossed over from its urban blight origins into the legitimate art world. Beyond the Streets, one of the most highly anticipated contemporary street art and graffiti exhibition

The archipelago in the Atlantic Ocean known as The Bahamas is synonymous with exotic getaways and rejuvenating relaxing vacations.

 After getting his start on HGTV, Orlando Soria has made his way to the upper strata of the blogosphere with Hommemaker, his engaging blog about home décor, art, style, and life.

Nathan Turner’s designs channel the laid-back luxe of the California he knows so well.

The Grand Foyer, designed by A.

Given his list of accomplishments it’s astounding that Dan Brunn, principal of Dan Brunn Architecture, has had time to catch his breath. “We’ve had quite a glorious year,” says the 39-year-old Tel Aviv-born designer, who moved to Los Angeles as a child.

 Kelly Wearstler’s renovation of the Westfield Century City mall set the design bar high. The one billion dollar renovation reimagined the shopping center as a modern marketplace and public gathering spot with intimate lounges defined by comfortable seating, plants and colorful tiles.

In 2016, our Instagram feed suddenly became a visual feast of pasta dishes, the comments reinforcing that the dishes we were seeing tasted as good as they looked.

Ever since Isabell Dahlin, a Swedish-born interior designer, opened her first store Dekor in Echo Park in 2011, we've been obsessive fans of her comfortable, eclectic, modern bohemian style. Now, she's opened a third branch (she moved her first store to Atwater Village; an outpost, located in Ojai,

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