Posts by Kira Coplin

The official Entra Lounge designed by award-winning interior design firm FORM will be unveiled at the 2012 Los Angeles Art Show today. Incorporating their sleek designs and keen attention to detail, FORM teamed up with Entra to design the space.

There's a lot to love when it comes to New York-based modern children's furniture company duduc. We adore the clean-lined, versatile pieces and appreciate that everything is made from eco-friendly materials in their stateside factory. Plus, the line is available at Pasadena's Layla Grayce, which give us yet another thing to love

If you're like us, there is something that can be simply intoxicating about a good display windor. We know--a little strange, but it's the design geek within. This month, the display windows of Melrose Avenue's Decorative Carpets reveal chic styling by Tamara Kaye-Honey and her team at House of Honey. Decorative Carpets is know for employing different designers to create a look centered around their latest rug collections - past featured designers include Tim Clarke, Michael Berman, Erinn V and Peter Durham.

Looking for a sleek new addition to an entryway? What about this simple but highly-functional bench? We're loving the minimalist design and light, airy finish.

Since opening their first design lab and showroom in Orange County's South Coast Collection last year, Pal + Smith's unique and exclusive design offerings have garnered plenty of new fans. 

Near or far, these stylish travel must-haves will have you looking good no matter where you land this winter…

Opening next month at the Laguna Design Center is the new Westervelt Artist in Residence Studio. The studio will allow visitors to view artists as they paint and create new art works. Live demonstrations from artists like John Burrows, Stele Kell, Rick Delanty and Monica Ratliff can be seen starting January 2012, from Tuesday to Friday.

The latest collection of colorful wallcoverings from Clarke & Clarke make their debut at the Pacific Design Center in January.

Already known for his novel hide rugs and wall coverings, Kyle Bunting introduces his new collection of decorative Monogram Hide Pillows. Just the beginning of the designer's new line, each pillow is customizable and available in an array of shapes, sizes, fonts and colors.