Posts by Lindsey Shook

It's no secret that we have a major crush on L.A. based design firm Studio Life/Style. Each project features bold yet refined style with a California cool aesthetic created by Shannon Wollack (founder and partner) and Brittany Zwickl (partner and principal designer).

Spending time with Zem Joaquin is a profound experience. As a businesswoman, editor, entrepreneur and visionary she has changed the way the world views sustainability.

Kathryn Ireland is someone you want to get to know and, more than likely, be. Not just for her ability to throw a remarkable dinner party, but for the chance to hear her share witty stories of life, love and design.

                 On April 5, The Southern California Neoclassicists hosted a garden soirée and presentation on the geometry of nature by Erik Evens of Evens Architects at Charles Jacobsen, purveyor of fine antique furnishing.Katie, Lynnea Schwieters, SabinStephanie & party guest Evens Architect

Designing seating with style is what San Francisco’s own beloved McGuire Furniture is known for across the globe.

It’s hard to imagine a place that embodies sunny beach culture more than the newly remodeled Surfrider Hotel. For one thing, it sits on a fabled Malibu location across from Surfrider Beach (home to “the perfect wave” according to the cult classic film The Endless Summer).

In the high-tech world, companies that began in a garage are legendary— think Amazon, Apple, Google and Hewlett-Packard. Stories of luxury wallcovering companies founded in garages are less common. In fact, there’s only one: Phillip Jeffries.

Opening April 26 - May 27, L.A. pop-up gallery Furth Yashar & presents Open House: new bodies of work by Los Angeles-based artist-makers, Elyse Graham, Alex Hagentorn, Alex J. Reed and Jonathan Zawada contextually arranged in the iconic Schindler House.

Day in and day out, Ron Woodson and Jaime Rummerfield of Woodson & Rummerfield’s House of Design can be found creating extraordinary projects or studying historic design.

Get ready for the 5th annual BayKids Studios movie-themed luncheon that brings Hollywood feature films to life, all for a great cause. BayKids Studios, is a nonprofit organization that helps children suffering with illness, heal through the power of filmmaking.

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