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Hearts of the Home
By Laura Eckstein Jones | October 2, 2018

Going Green
A verdant kitchen blooms in Palm Desert.

For this cheerful, elegant kitchen at the Marrakesh Country Club, Tom Stringer Design...

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Bright Lights, Big City
By Maile Pingel | October 2, 2018

"I’ve always collected things, and this became a fun place to put it all,” says interior designer John Wooden of his Los Angeles home. The designer, whose eponymous firm is located in Laguna Beach, bought a...

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Artful Living
By Allison McCarthy | October 2, 2018

It all started with a large-scale Richard Misrach photograph—a striking blue-green portrait of two people floating in the water. It’s the first piece that Claire and Holden Spaht bought for their family’s vacation home...

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Second Act
By Alexandria Abramian | October 1, 2018

When Erik Gilmer and Sven Simon discovered an original midcentury home positioned on a prime, corner lot perch overlooking the Pacific, they made it their mission to transform the dated ranch into what they call new-century modern design....

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All in the Family
By Kathryn Romeyn | October 1, 2018

There’s something to be said for respecting one’s environment. In sunny Newport Beach, life is best enjoyed in open air, meaning careful attention must be paid to the indoor-outdoor flow. Architect Eric Olsen wholeheartedly...

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Shop, Sleep, Repeat
By Jennifer Blaise Kramer | October 1, 2018

 

Fans of L.A.’s Garde already know that owner Scotti Sitz curates elegant interiors. Her collection of housewares, furniture and lighting stands out with...

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Dream World
By Stephanie Davis Smith | October 1, 2018

Light streaming through grooved slats of wood to resemble a forest’s canopy, copious greenery tucked into overhangs, mossy AstroTurf tiles intermixed with smooth alabaster flooring—in true California living style, the...

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Built to Last
Laura Eckstein Jones | October 1, 2018

 

Why was Knoll considered revolutionary when it launched in the late ’30s?
Hans and Florence Knoll and their many...

The Strand at Headands

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Home Run
By the Editors, Julia Millay Walsh & Ann Wycoff | July 24, 2018

NATURAL BEAUTY
Located mere steps from the sand, this Monarch Beach stunner offers much more than meets the eye.

When it comes to luxury beachfront communities, The Strand at Headlands is...

Justina Blakeney

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True Colors
By Laura Eckstein Jones & Julia Millay Walsh | July 23, 2018

Clay Day
When it comes to color, Justina Blakeney does not hold back. “I love all the colors and love mixing [them] to evoke...

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Camera Ready
By Maile Pingel | July 23, 2018

Architecturally speaking, Clark Duke’s L.A. homes couldn’t be more opposite—a century-old bungalow in the Hills and a midcentury high-rise condo—but inside they are one in spirit. Created with L.A. designer Oliver M. Furth,...

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Bold on the Bay
By Kathryn Romeyn | July 23, 2018

For some people it’s all about process. Newport Beach’s Cari Peets is not your typical Orange County homeowner, something that makes interior designer Erica Bryen’s job extraordinarily exciting. Instead of settling into a...

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