Posts by Erin Feher

An old waterfront warehouse on Jack London Square is now home to chef Daniel Patterson's Haven, where the bar specializes in gin and the kitchen keeps the fare casual.

It's no secret that I love all things home-related—I drool over the latest inductions, get starry eyed about sofas and don't get me started on the sexiness of a spiral staircase.

At Cucina Enoteca, the recently-opened eatery in Irvine, the parsnip-and-squash ravioli isn’t the only big seller. Guests frequently order the whimsical pendants, sackcloth-upholstered chairs and dining tables with turned wood legs.

Sure, the design industry relies a lot on pretty pictures. It's a visual craft, an exceptionally aesthetic endeavor. But if I've learned anything during my years as a design journalist, it's that sometimes a picture isn't necessarily worth a thousand words.

Thursday kicks off Legends of La Cienga: Windows to the World. I'll have set up shop in my hotel (Le Parc Suites in West Hollywood, which is literally one half block from the action. Who says nobody walks in LA?) by Wednesday night in order to start making preparations for what promises to be a whirlwind next two days.

Each year, the La Cienega Design Quarter throws something of a designer block party, Legends of La Cienega, during which they celebrate all the products, people and places that keep the design scene in LA thriving.

Interior designer Jiun Ho has traveled to 94 countries and hasn’t left a single one empty-handed. Now, thanks to his new showroom in SF's SoMA neighborhood you can browse through his special collections.

Mid-City, LA For LA vintage hounds, there are dozens of flea markets that offer the thrill of the hunt. But sometimes you don't want the hunt as much as you want the perfect find. Enter our latest LA obsession, Espionage.

Los Angeles' Edward Cella Art + Architecture debuts its first exhibition of contemportary furniture in this month's PLANEfurniture show.