With this minimal, no-frills approach to kitchen decor, clean lines and natural materials come together in a look that is both modern and utilitarian. Read Full Post
With the weather in LA going from hot to cool and drizzly, it’s a great time to start a garden, or revamp the one you’ve been neglecting, so, I’ve rounded up some of my favorite nurseries in LA.
Before Jeffrey Bernett worked for B&B Italia, Ligne Roset, Herman Miller, and Knoll, he was an unknown designer setting up his first-ever booth at ICFF and hoping someone would sign him. That year, he won “Best of Show” and a deal with Cappellini. Fifteen years to the date, other young hopefuls are in that same position, and Jeffrey’s still coming back to the show to see what’s new
California: Howard Bragman’s Contemporary Laurel Canyon Home Texas: Elizabeth’s Colorful and Adventurous House New York: Marsha and Javier Rearrange to Great Effect Canada: From Junk To Funk In Donna’s Handmade Home California: Jon’s Absolute Art Anarchy Texas: Amanda’s Always Evolving Home California: Rondell’s Personalized Hollywood Hills Home Maryland: Stephanie’s Charles Village Digs Maryland: Ashley & Jason’s Colorful Colonial Read Full Post
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The Internet puts such an enormous amount of information, photos, and inspiration within our immediate reach, but it can be overwhelming to sift through it all.
NAME: Sandy LOCATION: Brooklyn, New York SIZE: 224 square feet WHAT I LOVE ABOUT MY HOME: I love the light. There are only two windows and the ceilings are low enough to touch without standing on tiptoe (really), but the southern exposure illuminates the whole apartment from morning until evening and makes it cheery… • GO TO SANDY’S ENTRY PAGE AND ADD IT TO YOUR FAVORITES Read Full Post
Congress embarks on a rhetorical debate about greenhouse gases WHILE campaigning to become chairman of the Energy and Commerce Committee of the House of Representatives, Fred Upton, a Republican from Michigan, vowed that he would grill Lisa Jackson, the head of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), in front of his committee so often that she would need her own parking space on Capitol Hill. On February 9th Ms Jackson submitted to her first interrogation, about one of the Republican Party’s pet peeves: the EPA’s plan to restrict emissions of greenhouse gases from cars and factories by decree