Posts by Lindsey Shook

Recently, the Hawaiian Islands have experienced a cultural evolution within all areas, including design. Once thought of as a sun-and-fun oasis, Hawaii has quickly become a compelling design destination.

Travel south to the Mexican state of Jalisco and you will find a true slice of paradise. Located on a pristine stretch of the Costalegre coastline, Bahia de Chamela or Chamela Bay is a 2.5-hour and 1.5-hour drive, from both the Puerto Vallarta and Manzanillo airports.

Known as the “Magic City” due to the rapid growth in the past two decades, Miami is also considered the “Gateway to the Americas” to many. Almost every Latin and Caribbean culture is represented whether by restaurant or neighborhood.

Today's Social Style profile features one of California's most alluring talents, Martyn Lawrence Bullard.

In its 10th year, Palm Springs Modernism kicked off with a bang on February 12th and continues on through February 22nd.

                  Design industry darling, Arteriors, announced its latest capsule collection with celebrated San Francisco-based interior designer, Jay Jeffers.

Follow the Official California Home + Design Instagram account this week as our Chief Curator, Lindsey Shook, shares all things art and design from Design Miami and Art Basel 2014! 

From our table to yours! 

         EDGE, the latest product from Fireclay Tile, is a mix of old world craftsmanship and modern technology.  Made by hand on a 70% recycled clay body, Fireclay is able to create a large format tile with perfectly straight, rectified edges.

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 Los Angeles. Where is your favorite area of LA to shop vintage?Los Angeles has these incredible microclimates of style; it’s not all one thing by an

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