One house in the hills of Echo Park proves itself a model of adaptable architecture
The Urchin Leather Beanbag Chair cradles you in...cones?
From accessories and art to fabrics and furniture, the latest from the forefront of L.A.’s high style
A house redo in Santa Ynez takes its cues from the surrounding idyllic countryside
Renaissance man Michael Boyd goes from collector to creator supreme with his new PLANEfurniture
Style, spirit and taste—and premier designer Jane Hallworth—define the late Laura Ziskin’s Santa Monica home
Harry Gessner gets his due, Mickalene Thomas explores the universe—and Pedro Guerrero shares his secrets
The confluence of art display and living area in a Westside home creates harmony between art and domesticity
In the realm of art and ideas: Cliff May’s home front, Rosson Crow’s climate control—and truly wearable art
The reimagining of Beverly Hills’ Temple Emanuel is the perfect intersection of hallowed and forward thinking.
Just a little old place in Los Feliz for a designing couple to transform into a home.
A trio of Los Angeles designers that defies categorization and eschews trends duly rises from under the radar.
Azadeh Shladovsky came to furniture design through a quite unexpected route.
The seductive charms of Christopher Come’s metal and glass Oblique screen.
Hairstylist Chris McMillan partners with designer Trip Haenisch to create his eclectic WeHo redoubt.
Ed Ruscha, back "On the Road"; the rhythms of Ojai—and how seminal decorators decorate.
Architect Roy McMakin and garden designer Art Luna find an owner who revels in the theory that even a landmark house needs to change with the times.
The second annual compendium of unique holiday gifts for the pickiest people in your life, each sure to hit just the right note.
Reza Feiz’s cutting-edge Phase Design collections have found a new home—together in an outpost at Twentieth
Take a load off with Oskar Zieta’s inspired, not-so-heavy metal seating arrangement—appropriately named the Plopp stool.
With their slyly named collaborative Artless, two designers turn out exactly the opposite—truly artful furniture that will outlive us all.
This month, we look at Chrissie Morris’ metal-studded lace-up sandals and Frédérique Constant Junior watches from Polacheck’s.
This month's look includes Essence of IX fragrance and design-your-own board shorts from a local Santa Monica company.
Whimsy is not typically associated with serious contemporary architecture and art. But for Pae White and Tom Marble, the quality of playfulness is essential.
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.
Intérieurs home and garden shop in WeHo, Sally Sohn baubles, French design firm Baccarat, Don Freeman's portrait of Ted Muehling, the new Andaz West Hollywood on Sunset and more.
Georg Jensen reintroduces master craftsman Henning Koppel, Taschen reprints groundbreaking magazine Arts & Architecture, Solange Azagury-Partridge's jewelry and more.
On Mayer Rus' list this month: Cedar garden benches from Studiolo, Tortoise General Store on Abbot Kinney, Bisazza's glass mosaic tile and a trip to Kidrobot on Melrose.
The Brentwood home of Nancy Heller and Fred Specktor is a kaleidoscope of aesthetic tastes and personal passions.
Inside Kid Rock's unexpectedly serene Malibu hideout, described as "luxury and practicality with a naughty rock-star twist."