Posts by Michelle Konstantinovsky

For most Bay Area residents, the thought of buying a home within San Francisco city limits either incites fits of tears, laughter, or fantasies of winning the Lottery.

San Francisco locals may have been sad to say goodbye to SOMA district staple RADIUS Restaurant & Café when it closed its doors after a five year run in February.

Chairish, the online destination for buying and selling vintage furniture, décor, jewelry, and accessories, is hosting its second live “open studio” art sale on the Chairish Instagram this Sunday, May 31 at noon ET/9am PT.

When big names in the Bay Area restaurant scene unite, you know you’re in for a major culinary treat.

For those of us living in California’s more urban locales, finding a little slice of outdoor serenity among the cosmopolitan chaos can seem impossible.

For a decade, industry leaders have come together for a tradeshow like no other, and Dwell On Design’s 10th annual event promises to break the mold yet again.

Old Hollywood glamour has its perks, but if you prefer a clean, modern, and organic design ethos, look no further than 1740 Bel Air Road.

Author and architecture expert Linda Leigh Paul is bringing a touch of Spanish flavor to a coffee table near you with her new hardcover read, Casa Bohemia: The Spanish-Style House.Celebrating the uniquely vibrant colors, styles, and details of Spanish-style houses, Casa Bohemia features some of the

If the mouth-watering menu isn’t enough to inspire a pilgrimage to Workshop Kitchen and Bar (though it should be), then you should definitely trek to the Palm Springs restaurant for its award-winning design.

A little bit of romance goes a long way, and the impressive aesthetic of the 3.5 acre Beverly Hills estate located at 9739 Oak Pass Road is hard to resist.

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