What to know what’s trending in 2018 home design? Look no further! From screening, to vernacular, to floating, to symbolic, this year’s report covers what is going to be hot in residential architecture.
Casa Estrella, the latest property to be revitalized by Thomboy Properties, provides a glimpse at the design highlights to come for the 2018 Spring Modernism Show.
The winter holidays are back and better than ever! With an abundance of trend themes taking center stage this season, here are some of our favorites to inspire you to demonstrate your favorites.
In conjunction with the Getty’s sweeping Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA initiative, the Palm Springs Art Museum Architecture and Design Center is currently showcasing Albert Frey and Lina Bo Bardi: A Search for Living Architecture. PST: LA/LA is an expansive and collaborative exhibition of Latin American and Latino art in dialogue with Los Angeles.
Los Angeles just got a whole lot brighter! Last week marked the opening of the multi-sensory pop-up experience HAPPY PLACE in LA’s Arts District.
We all know and have grown to love the trend that is Millennial Pink. But it may be time for the soft rose hue to move over and make room for a new trend. That’s right, make way for Gen Z Yellow.
When thinking about making changes to your home, whether it be for immediate resale purposes or personal upgrade, there are a number of questions that come to mind. Something that homeowners should always consider is whether or not the design choice be a good return on investment.
We recently announced our collaboration with Pop-Up Greens, a Los Angeles-based shop that specializes in hand painted pots, which highlight five of these trending colors. We know that you’ve been eyeing those fiddle leaf figs and we couldn’t think of a better way of introducing some greenery and color into your life than with one of these stylish pots.
She came across the story on our October of Color of the Month and instantly fell in love with the living room look showcased — a wide stripe across the room, about the height of wainscoting. All she needed was the perfect color to match her aesthetic. Dunn-Edwards’ November Color of the Month was the perfect fit.
North Long Beach has officially kicked off its second Creative Corridor Challenge in order to further the creative community’s presence on the city’s streets.