Posts by Michelle Konstantinovsky

Classics are classic for a reason. And nothing screams "classic" like white subway tile in the kitchen. It looks crisp, pristine, and clean (well, theoretically), and it works in just about any backsplash scenario. It can also be insanely boring.

There isn't much San Francisco square footage that hasn't been techie-fied.

It's the most wonderful time of the year, Crayola enthusiasts.

1. Fairmont San Francisco Gingerbread House2. Charlie Palmer's Dry Creek Kitchen, Hotel Healdsburg3. The Ritz Carlton Teddy Bear Tea4. Madeline’s Tea in Bemelmans Bar, Carlyle Hotel5. Afternoon Tea at The Ritz, London6.

"Sure mom, I'd love to host," you said. "It's no problem," you said. "I totally have everything an adult person would need to serve a party of other adult persons," you said.Regretting some commitments now that the holidays are, like, happening? Relax.

If you think it's impossible to keep the spark alive after 108 years, then perhaps you don't know Eggersmann.

Americans have had a tough week. Top-rated international destinations + over-the-top indulgent spa treatments = your Friday escape. Inhale. Exhale.  1.

Modern design fans flocked to Poggenpohl's Los Angeles showroom on October 20 to celebrate the official kickoff for the WestEdge Design Fair, hosted at the Barker Hangar in Santa Monica on November 3-6.

Last month, the annual San Francisco Fall Art and Antiques Show swept through the city's Fort Mason and brought an impressive collection of eye-catching designs plus a festive Halloween spirit. On Thursday, October 27, the First Annual ASID Vintage Costume Ball was held at the Historic General's Res

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