Posts by Erin Feher
I've been traveling so much recently it seems rare that I actually get to fall asleep in my own bed. Between hotels and friends' guest rooms, I've mastered the art living out of a bag and relying on teeny tiny versions of my favorite beauty products.
Legends of La Cienega kicks off this Wednesday and I couldn't be more excited.
Tomorrow I leave for Chicago, and turns out I'm not the only Californian with my eye on the windy city. San Francisco starchitect Stanley Saitowitz of Natoma Architects just released some shiny renderings for The Chicago, a 64-story residential tower on a long-vacant site at Roosevelt and Michigan.
For epicurean pilgrims, one more stop will soon be added on the march to Mecca. Healdsburg Shed won’t be just another farmers’ market.
Yep, I have my pick of all of the available real estate out there and this week I decide to downsize seven square feet. But when I saw Jordan Ferney's absolutely adorable little San Francisco apartment, I realized nothing gets me going like some creative space planning and smart style.
One of designer Erin Martin’s latest projects didn’t involve wallpaper or sofa selection.
I'm based in San Francisco, but often spend at least one week every month in Los Angeles for work. For extended trips, I've long given up on hotel stays, and instead opt for renting a house or apartment.
Interior design has taken on a starring role in television, movies and pop-culture, from Mad Men to Million Dollar Decorator, and today's biggest stars care as much about who designed their living room as who designed their red-carpet gown.That is why when California Home+Design was asked to host th
Oh, be still my heart. I may talk a good game about living simply in a small space, but if we are being completely honest, it's really more my lack of a million dollars that is keeping me out of a gorgeous single-family home with its very own patch of grass.