One house in the hills of Echo Park proves itself a model of adaptable architecture
The confluence of art display and living area in a Westside home creates harmony between art and domesticity
The reimagining of Beverly Hills’ Temple Emanuel is the perfect intersection of hallowed and forward thinking.
Azadeh Shladovsky came to furniture design through a quite unexpected route.
The seductive charms of Christopher Come’s metal and glass Oblique screen.
An issue of stars on the rise, classic TV, fall fashion and a true designing diva.
The second annual compendium of unique holiday gifts for the pickiest people in your life, each sure to hit just the right note.
Los Angeles Times critics, writers and contributors share their 2010 moment of transcendence.
A farm-to-table reception strikes the perfect notes of abundance, beauty and life, even when the nuptials are in a gay bar turned antiques bazaar.
The best products to keep your house sparkling clean, including cutting-edge vacuum cleaners, irons and detergents, plus some of L.A.'s best laundry services.
Ask any number of decorating heavyweights, and they’ll tell you fiercely inventive fabric designer Sally McQuillan, known for setting trends in color and pattern, is a home-furnishings sensation.
The best presents go beyond the wedding registry. It's the truly unique and smile-evoking gifts—ones that come from the heart—that are most memorable.
This month's must-experience list includes the Los Angeles Antiques Show, Golden State on Fairfax, Encore in Las Vegas, and the work of John Hardy and Patricia Urquiola.