Looking for a winter getaway? The Faena Hotel Miami Beach, dreamed up by Argentinian developer Alan Faena and designed with an assist from the Oscar-nominated director Baz Luhrmann, ushers in a new era of luxury for visitors to Miami Beach.
Surrounded by a landscape of lanky palms and jutting cacti sets the gloriously pink Soukie Kasbah. This Palm Springs Airbnb is owned and operated by the same team behind Soukie Modern, the Morocco-meets-California home decor store also located in Palm Springs.
After careful examination of color trends in modern fashion, lifestyle and culture, we are confirming our picks for the hues that will be influential and popular in design this year.
Due to the stressful lives that we lead, an emphasis is placed on the need to "escape" the everyday and to experience true relaxation, indulging in simple pleasures alone or with family and friends. Each space should be designed with this in mind.
As we say goodbye to the year 2017, we take a look back on the different design and color trends that inspired us throughout the year. Here’s a recap of some of our some favorite trends.
“Some people look for a beautiful place, others make a place beautiful."
The hottest ticket in Los Angeles is the Broad’s "Yayoi Kusama: Infinity Mirrors," a survey of the 88-year-old Japanese artist’s five-decade body of work.
Traveling this holiday season? Then you are probably keenly aware that hotels are rapidly adapting to a hospitality landscape that now includes Airbnb. Design is playing a pivotal role for hotels in that transformation.
December’s color of the month is Winter Chill (DE5758). So with the abundance of gray skies, inclement weather, and darker days, we’re injecting a dose of brightness into the month with the icy blue hue that is Winter Chill.
Year after year, Los Angeles residents flock to shopping areas such as the Grove and Rodeo to not only purchase the latest items, but view the Instagram-worthy spectacles that light up the store windows.