How NOT to Do Boho Chic

How NOT to Do Boho Chic

Boho chic stylings emerged in the 80s as a nod to the distinct counter-cultural aesthetics of the 60s and 70s, and have grown in popularity since. It drew from the tree-huggers and brought in some pre-Raphaelite and global art history influences. That was pretty neat....
10 Designer Tips for Luxurious California Cool Style in Your Home

10 Designer Tips for Luxurious California Cool Style in Your Home

California Cool is light and breezy: It’s citrus, salted air and faint beach waves crashing in the distance. The aesthetic is minimal, but still warm. It’s not necessarily modern, but you wouldn’t describe it as ‘timeless’ either: that would feel too formal. We wanted...
Made in America: Celebrate July 4th By Shopping Local!

Made in America: Celebrate July 4th By Shopping Local!

Made In America: Why Shopping Local is so Important for Health and Sustainability July 4th is coming up and we want to celebrate by shopping local! From sustainability initiatives to human rights regulations, we’re discussing all the benefits to shopping products made...
10 Things You May Not Know About the Interior Design Industry

10 Things You May Not Know About the Interior Design Industry

Today on the blog, we’re expanding on some of the key takeaways from our radio interview with Josefa Salinas on “The Power of Voices” where we discussed working in the interior design field, its challenges, rewards, and its future. On Form & Function:...
10 Essentials for the Perfect Outdoor Lounge

10 Essentials for the Perfect Outdoor Lounge

10 Essentials for the Perfect Outdoor Lounge One of the best parts of designing in Southern California and Florida is the backyards! These days, especially in SoCal, our clients want their outdoor spaces to be as luxe as the interiors and with improvements in outdoor...