Posts by Michelle Konstantinovsky

1. When did you become interested in exterior design and what intrigued you about it versus other kinds of design?

1. How did you get your start in the business? I was at Stanford University working towards my PhD in History when a couple who worked at Google knocked on the door of my home I had decorated in Palo Alto.

1. What was the inspiration for starting BaBoo?BaBoo is inspired by a decided interior taste that represents a well traveled, affluent lifestyle that San Francisco, is (was) really missing.

Mexico City’s Fernando de Haro has already made a name for himself in the architecture world and his latest Baja California-based project is stirring up international buzz.

Flowers and chocolates are nice, but nothing says "thank you for putting up with me through those teenage years" like a beautiful brunch. This Mother's Day, treat mom to a special spread at one of these high-design spots that offer up visually stunning views to go along with your midday meal. 1.

The ultimate dilemma for San Francisco visitors (or locals with some time to spare): when presented with a rare and beautiful Karl the Fog-free day, do you explore the city’s rich historic landmarks or prioritize self-care over sunshine and treat yo’self instead?

Besides her well-earned reputation as a designer, stylist, and founder of Murphy Deesign, proud California girl Dee Murphy is known for her expertise in topics ranging from fashion and family to decor and travel, all of which are explored on the Murphy Deesign blog. Drawing inspiration from her home state's surf and sand, Murphy mixes modern and vintage, patterns and prints to create an eclectic aesthetic that is as cool as it is unique. Learn more about Murphy's motivation, dream clients, and ultimate fantasy Sunday fun day in our Q&A below.

Whether you're hunting for eggs or just hunting for a good omelette, you'll want to commemorate Sunday's Easter festivities with a stellar brunch.

1. How did you get the job creating lighting products for George Kovacs?Just out of the Navy, I worked my way through a business degree at LIU, as the sole employee in a lamp and accessory store on Madison Avenue called George Kovacs.