Posts by Michelle Konstantinovsky
1. Who is your biggest role model?Always changing...from Michael Taylor to Carlo Mollino to Rachel Zoe. Currently it’s Ward Bennet—risk taker, conservative, innovator, maker in many different mediums.2. Which movie or play do you wish you could have designed the set for?Blade Runner.3.
Now that you can get everything from farmer’s market staples to beauty products and fashion finds via personalized home delivery services, it only makes sense to get your gourmet goodies the same way. Bon Appétit Box is a brand new, convenient way to experience authentic French treats without renewi
1. Who is your biggest role model? My biggest professional role model is Chris Barrett who is a designer I don’t know very well on a personal level, however I have followed her work and career closely for the past 8 years. I think it is time to invite her to lunch.
California is a mecca for sustainable style, and Los Angeles is about to get even more eco-friendly sophistication as it becomes the new home for Vancouver, British Columbia brand EcoChic Lifestyles. Founded by Megan Risdon in 2012, EcoChic manufactures wood and metal furniture and home furnishings
1. What is your favorite place in the world and why?That’s difficult to answer as traveling is my favorite thing to do in life. My answer to this has always been Italy, as I have a dual American-Italian passport. I’m currently looking for an apartment in Rome to recharge and get inspired.
San Francisco’s ever-evolving landscape is about to get shaken up once again with the addition of one of four chic, upscale restaurant-market hybrids cropping up around the country this year. San Diego-based project and construction managers, Jaime Partners, is joining forces with New York’s Jane Ki
Find out what makes interior designer Mark Cutler tick and who he calls his (surprising) dream clients in our Designer Crush Q&A.
1. Where do you currently live in CA and what’s a special design touch you included to make it feel like home?Between San Francisco and wine country. What makes a home a home, to me, are picture frames filled with family and memories.2.
Halloween sure does have a creepy way of sneaking up on you. One minute it’s a lazy Labor Day weekend, and before you know it, the store shelves are stocked with sugary treats. But fear not, unprepared readers.
Feel like your life is lacking bling? Well lucky you—this week just happens to be the perfect time to score one-of-a-kind treasures as the 2014 San Francisco Fall Antiques Show (SFFAS) descends upon Fort Mason’s Festival Pavilion. The theme?