You have to have been living under a rock not to notice the rustic and farmhouse interior styles. It’s been everywhere. I haven’t been able to walk into an interior store without bumping into rusted buckets, chickenwire baskets and weathered Continue reading Are We Finally Over Rustic and Farmhouse Styles?
It’s no secret that I’m in love with atriums and the open floorplan made popular by Joseph Eichler; over the years I’ve written about them here and here. Do you know about this architectural movement? Actually Eichler was a real Continue reading Eichler Neighborhoods
During our recent trip to the southern climes, we stopped overnight in Palm Springs. I’ve always wanted to attend Modernism Week held each year in February. Tours of homes not often offered for public viewing, garden tours, lectures, fashion, classic Continue reading Modernism in Palm Springs
The Oscars are Sunday night – actually Sunday afternoon here on the West Coast. I’m always glued to the set watching the red carpet – are you? But since I just can’t seem to get enough of interior design, Continue reading Friday Focus – The Oscars’ Greenroom
Sarah Richardson does it again, taking a Mid-Century Modern home into the 21st century. Multi-level homes are prevalent throughout North America can be bears to decorate. Many are associated with lots of stairs, dark woods and lots of brown and beige. But Continue reading Light Bright Mid-Century Modern Living Space