Posts by Macy Williams
Painted Floors, Catherine Kwong DesignThe floors in the grand living room, inspired by Cy Twombly paintings, are undoubtedly the focal point of this Catherine Kwong-designed space that channels the lifestyle (and love story) of Mick and Bianca Jagger.
Save up to 90% at ArkitekturaVisit Arkitektura’s SF showroom to nab deals on over 700 floor sales. Look for savings on custom orders as well. 20% Off Kartell Merchandise at Zinc DetailsKartell’s semiannual sale lasts online through March 26.
We have received an outpour of comments about our newly designed magazine, but an item that has sparked many questions by readers is the chandelier in Jeff Lewis’ glamorous Los Angeles home featured in our Spring issue.
Putting a modern twist on the classic game of billiards, James DeWulf designed a sleek concrete pool table with versatility.
Mystics say agates have the power to still thunder, but designers are using these earthly gems for the strength of their beauty alone. 1. This one-of-a-kind cast bronze chandelier from Tuell + Reynolds is fit with sliced slabs of Brazilian agate; $16,000, desousahughes.com. 2.
Stark white against the mercurial skies of San Francisco, the Mashouf Performing Arts Center will be a dramatic addition to the San Francisco State University campus. The contemporary building will house five performance spaces, including a 1,200-seat opera theater for large performances, and dozens of studios and classrooms for music, theater, dance and broadcast journalism. It was designed by Los Angeles’ Michael Maltzan Architecture, which is best known for projects as diverse as UCLA’s Hammer Museum and Skid Row Housing Trust’s New Carver Apartments.
The baby's crib will have to wait—this mobile is meant for grown-ups. Designer Jonathan Adler and Higgins Glass Studio have come together to create a series of geometric glass mobiles with a punch of color.
Step aside Early Bird Special, there is a new kind of sale around. In case you haven’t heard, flash sales are the latest craze in the online shopping world. They offer some of the best design deals you can find, but here’s the catch—they are only up for a few days. One of the best flash sale sites for designer goods in thefoundary.com.
Okay, I'll admit it, my Cruiser is collecting dust in the corner of my garage. But I think I have finally found the motivation for getting on two wheels and pedaling downtown.
I needed to buy some thank you cards the other day and I was disappointed with the corny selection in my small town. Who wants to see a teddy bear holding flowers as a way to say "thank you?" Next time I will know to check out the array of paper goods on Etsy.