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This fall, stay at these new Wine Country destinations that are re-born, or simply revive.Harmon Guest House, Healdsburg PlazaThe third of Piazza Hospitality’s hotels in Healdsburg, the new 39-room Harmon Guest House is eco-friendly with energy- and water-efficient elements and recycled materials us

Finding a boutique hotel that's chic, comfortable, and conveniently located isn't always simple. But with a prime downtown location and classic Art Deco design, San Jose's Hotel De Anza manages to tick all the boxes.

If Hannah Cecil Gurney’s early educational pursuits (physics and accounting) seem unconventional for the leader of a wallpaper empire, it’s because they are. But transcending the norm is standard practice in the Cecil Gurney bloodline.

Brizo, the luxury brand behind high-end products for the kitchen, bath and shower, hosted an intimate and interactive multi-course dinner party at a private Malibu beachside villa. Staying true to their motto “no detail is ever too small to be thoughtfully, meticulously handcrafted”, the experience

Design and architecture enthusiasts alike enjoyed a new lecture series, “Design Inside/Out”, put on this summer by the Pacific Design Center.  Hosted by a packed Crestron showroom, the design panel, “Edifice Complex: Cool Buildings, Hot Architects” discussed the design complexities of contemporary a

1. How did you two meet and how did you decide to go into business together?Barbara: We met on Bastille day in 2001 at a friend’s party in Recoleta, Buenos Aires. William’s sister was studying abroad in Buenos Aires and I met him on his second night there. It was definitely love at first sight.

Shopping Rough Linen Oddities SaleIf you dream of outfitting your home (and yourself) in natural linen, then this is one sale you don’t want to miss.

WHEN IT CAME TO WORKING WITH AN A-LIST film-industry couple with a long list of box-office successes, Los Angeles designer Amy Sklar’s first presentation fell flat. “I thought I’d nailed it and then crickets,” Sklar shares.

It’s no secret the interior design industry has been slow to embrace technology. Many still believe to create transcendent products and spaces requires an extensive workforce with comprehensive formal training.

Architect Martin Zünkeler was inspired by the great Desert Modernist’s work in glass, wood and stone– the result is unparalleled in Venice. Worth a visit, this exceptional property is open on Sunday, September 23, 2:00pm-5:00pm.

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