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 Join us for the grand opening of the first-ever Franke Design Boutique – a festive celebration with dueling chefs, hand-crafted cocktails, and more.On Wednesday, November 29, Franke – Europe’s leading luxury plumbing brand – will bring a new retail experience to the Bay Area with the opening of its

Sensitively updated, this handsome 1966 residence features both privacy and views. Asking $4.3M.

In 1906, a man named W.E. Sloan had a good idea that, 111 years later, impacts the lives of millions of Americans on a daily basis. To put it simply, Sloan came up with a better way to flush a toilet, and he called it the Royal Flushometer.

1. You and your brother Casey were raised in a family of artists. How did your dad (a high-end custom home builder) in particular influence your professional passion?As a kid, I loved going to his job sites.

Here's a secret about Los Angeles: the cool factor of many restaurants is that they are hard to find or in unexpected places, like mini malls, hotels, facing an auto body shop, carved out of a former church or at the end of an alley.

A restaurant should do two things: leave you feeling full and happy. With a robust food scene, many L.A. restaurants can do both, but some have a way of doing it better than others. If you want to go somewhere you feel comfortable and familiar.

Living the good life– in a sublimely simple farmhouse designed by famed architect Howard Backen and interior designer Erin Martin.

The 2017 WestEdge Design Fair held at the Barker Hangar in Santa Monica was once again a great success.

1. How did you both meet and what inspired the decision to launch Stewart-Schafer?James and I met at a mutual friend’s barbeque in New York and we began dating shortly after.

The destruction from the North Bay wildfires will be felt for many months to come, but the greater Bay Area community has come together to persevere.

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