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.
6th and Detroit, a stylish home-décor boutique located in the Arts District of Long Beach, Calif., is owned by Michelle Qazi, whose home we highlighted in October. This month, we’re taking you on a tour of her boutique and talk to her about the transformative power of color for her business.
Commercial design trends continue to evolve in a wide range of directions, and 2018 is no different.
With the impending launch of 2018 Color of the Year, we approached Qazi to do a photoshoot with the application of the 2018 Color of the Year within her home.
As we look forward to trends for next year, we recognize the continuing pursuit of individualism, living an inventive and genuine life and, of course, following our dreams.
It’s that time of year again! Children and young adults are returning to or entering into new schools, ready to tackle another year of learning.
The world of commercial design descended upon the great city of Chicago, during the annual NeoCon trade show event.
Palm Springs, long ago a playground for the rich and famous, has once again become the hippest place to be during Modernism Week, a tribute to the golden era of Hollywood along with the coolest architecture, design and lifestyle in an events-packed week of events and parties.
In the city of Cerritos, CA, sets a beautiful, modern building painted in Dunn-Edwards Swiss Coffee (DEW341) capped with titanium cladding.
Studio Francesca Garcia-Marques has been selected for the 2015 Los Angeles Award in the Color Consultants category by the Los Angeles Award Program.