This week, I share tips about European decor, featuring the advice of my friend and interior decorator Tom Landry, whose taste is completely in line with mine (he could be an adopted European, even though he is a New Orleanian).
The aesthetic of San Francisco-based decorator Grant K. Gibson is all about mixing magazine-ready chic-ness with a livable quality. Definitely not the you-can't-touch-this-it's-too-precious look. Here Grant talks about creating beautiful spaces and putting that iPhone down every now and then.
Who would have guessed that reading materials warms up a room.
And how she figured it out the hard way.
This designer had a trick up his sleeve when he created this pop-up shop.
Traveling the world is great, but bringing your experience into your home may not be.
Suzanne Sharp, the founder and creative director of The Rug Company recently launched three new geometric rug designs. The rugs are handmade in Nepal using only the finest Tibetan wools.
The popularity of the hit drama Mad Men has almost single handedly brought 1960s-style home interiors back en vogue. From furniture to wallpaper, the retro style of the mid-century modern era is suddenly all the rage.
Craig Van Den Brulle is a well-known name in the design circles. He has a store in New York which sells pedigreed antique and vintage furniture and home accents.
The interior designer Alexa Hampton takes time off from her busy schedule to talk about design legacies and being mistaken for a Park Avenue Princess when in fact she would rather have the moniker Queen of the Flush Mount attached to her name.
When I attended the opening of Sculpture, Pleasing Curves, Charlie Kaplan's exhibit at PYO Gallery in Los Angeles, I realized the full intensity of my collaboration as an architect with this talented artist.
What's your taste in bouquets? Traditional and beautiful -- or creative and quirky? Whatever your inclinations, here's your chance to register your response to nine of the amazing floral designs on view at the M.H. de Young Memorial Museum in San Francisco last month.
March Madness comes but once a year, but a home with a basketball court provides hoops action all year long. We combed through our thousands of real estate listings from New York to Los Angeles and Miami to Portland to uncover the coolest courts on the market.
Your physical space is a metaphor for your life. All aspects of your life are represented spatially: career, wealth, health, relationships, children, family, helpful people, personal development and reputation. Your home and your work space are either supporting or conflicting with your goals.
It all began in Paris.
All of these photographs instantly surprised us.