Posts by Lindsey Shook

Cultural critic, designer, and journalist Philip Wood spoke about "Designing For The New Urban Family" on September 22, 2015 at Resource Furniture's new San Francisco showroom.

Design seems to touch the farthest flung spaces in our world. The latest example—Piper & Heath, a bespoke travel company based in San Diego, that specializes in designing fantasy trips throughout Africa.

New from Stephen Miller Gallery, a stunning collection of painterly rugs, all woven in wool and silk.

It's no secret that we love Jay Jeffers. Known for his exquisite designs and chic aesthetic, the San Francisco-based designer is now sharing his talent for entertaining with the launch of the Jay Jeffers for Arteriors entertaining collection.

On Tuesday, September 8, 2015, California Home+Design in partnership with Caesarstone, hosted the first annual Designer Mix-Off competition held at San Francisco's historic Palace Hotel.

The Santa Clara Valley chapter of the American Institute of Architects invite you to tour four homes in Palo Alto and Los Altos in celebration of sustainable design.  The dwellings feature cutting edge, modern, environmentally sensitive residential design with a focus on sustainability.

We invite all California-based design professionals to submit their most innovative recent project for consideration in our annual California Home+Design Awards. One winner will be selected from each of the 14 categories listed below.

We caught up with three of the California art scene’s leading women to gather their insight on the artists we should be paying close attention to. Check out the full story in our summer issue!HOLLY BAXTER, VP of Restoration Hardware Contemporary Art - GlobalFormer international art advisor and galle

Known for his structural playfulness, artist Daniel Arsham’s work pays homage to the past while making us question the future that we are leaving behind.

Triptych of Amalfi.Champagne in Capri.Considered Italy’s most scenic coastline, this desirable destination houses a number of romantic hotels, magical markets full of handmade goods, and no-frill restaurants with the freshest cuisine.

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