Posts by Jennifer Mehditash

Seldom have the art and science of light been so elegantly brought together as in Anna Yudina's new book "LUMITECTURE: Illuminating Interiors for Designers & Architects" published by Thames & Hudson.

“Rooftop gardens and rooftop terraces let you reach for the stars and the only limit on what you can design in your exclusive oasis is your imagination.” Ashley Penn, an English Landscape designer and architect, began his exploration of gardens at the ripe age of 16.

The brand new and highly coveted book- Past Perfect: Richard Shapiro Houses and Gardens is an exquisite monograph documenting renowned interior designer Richard Shapiro’s two magnificent homes in California.

The Bowers Museum in Santa Ana is home to the newly remodeled Tangata restaurant by designer Heather Ashton.

Suzanne Tucker, of San Francisco's Tucker & Marks highly celebrated interior design firm, has launched a  collaboration with famed fireplace mantel Chesney's.

The city of Santa Barbara adopted the Spanish Colonial style, leaving the city with a distinct Spanish character, during the rebuilding after the 1925 Santa Barbara earthquake and beyond.

Image: Ben Rose via Houston Mag There is nothing we enjoy more than always having fresh flowers in our home. The bursts of color and smells that they introduce into every space just make us happy in every way.

The magic trio behind the Architectural firm, Ike Kligerman Barkley, over the course of 25 years and across the globe, have designed personalized homes with a distinct subdued elegance.

At Home In The Garden is a true love story.

Apartment Therapy founder, Maxwell Ryan and the site’s executive editor, Janel Laban have brought us Apartment Therapy: Complete + Happy Home, giving readers “the tools needed to find, make, and maintain a fabulous home.” Much to the success of the famed blog, this book allows for design enthusiasts