Posts by Michelle Konstantinovsky

1. How did you get your start in design?The road to my interior design career was a bit windy, so it’s hard to discern the actual “start.”  My first exposure to the industry was when I worked as a personal assistant while in college, pursuing a master’s in Speech Language Pathology.

 1. How did you get your start in design?From childhood, I have always carefully observed my surroundings, imagined fantastical settings, and curated exquisite outcomes which were honed through years of theatrical set and lighting design.

There are plenty of reasons to pay a visit to San Francisco restaurant, Sorrel: the delectable locally-inspired cuisine with an Italian twist, the numerous accolades including a ranking on Bon Appetit's Top 50 Best New Restaurants in America of 2018, the prime location in the city's posh Presidio He

1. How did you two meet and how did the idea of Wallflower come together?Alex: We actually met because we are both costume designers. We met on a comedy central commercial I believe? We just started talking and we figured out that we are basically friend soulmates!

Hotel Figueroa steps back into the limelight with a new look Los Angeles is home to plenty of legends, and Hotel Figueroa is no exception.

1. How did you get your start in design?Ironically enough, interior design found me! Although I haven’t always stayed on the straight and narrow, I’ve always been a creative person. I first discovered my love for design when I owned a clothing store many years ago.

If the thought of another snow-less holiday season makes you feel less than festive, it's worth considering an out-of-state getaway to the mountain town of McCall, Idaho.

 1. How did you get your start in design?I first became interested in design when I came across several architecture-related projects in high school history class, including the Chicago World Fair and Thomas Jefferson’s Monticello.

The NoMad has already made a name for itself on both coasts, with luxurious spots in Los Angeles and New York.

1. How did you get your start in design?I left my job on Wall Street and moved to Argentina to explore design. I wanted to be free to be creative, and found such inspiration walking the streets, looking at the architecture, seeing how people enjoyed public spaces.