Posts by California Home And Design

This piece originally appeared on SF Gate. Make it a threesome for the PlumpJack Group.Next month, PlumpJack plans to open Forgery, a cocktail bar located right off the corner of Mission Street and 11th Street.

This piece originally appeared on Design Milk.We’re virtually visiting Los Angeles today, spending some time with PJ Roden and Katerina Gabbro, owners of Matters of Space, a design firm and boutique located in Highland Park.

From an NYC duplex to a rooftop deck in Denver, here's what homes $1.5 million (or less!) can get you across the country.Head over to Elle Decor to view the full gallery.

By: Philip WoodDo we appreciate the test of time? Check out the full story in our Spring Issue!Most of the time we experience buildings and their interiors, not physically but visually, through photography. Images are how we consume architecture, although it could be said that architecture is intend

This piece originally appeared on NY Daily News. Actor Leonardo DiCaprio plans to turn his private island in Belize into an eco-resort, according to reports.DiCaprio, who purchased the unpopulated 104-acre Blackadore Caye for $1.75 million in 2005, will build a luxury resort with villas on a platfor

We sat down with Chairish's Chief Curator and Co-Founder, Anna Brockway to get the scoop on the best vintage shops and most notable trends currently in Palm Springs.

This piece originally appeared on Design Milk. Where’s Wallet is a minimalist design created by Toronto-based entrepreneur Daniel Eckler. The key element to the design is a thin, unobtrusive sensor that is hidden within the wallet so that it can never be lost or misplaced.

By: Tamara Kaye-HoneyStockholm, with its handsome, stately architecture, deep azure waterways and lush greenery has, for many design-inclined visitors, served as a living mood board, offering up inspiration at every turn.

This piece originally appeared on Domaine Home. Calling all lovers of the California eclectic aesthetic! Pottery Barn Kids has tapped cult fashion designer and lifestyle guru Jenni Kayne for its first ever designer partnership.

This piece originally appeared on Domaine Home. We often hear about the luck of the Irish, but how about the creativity of the Irish?

Pages