Speaking of felt, everyone needs something to hold all those bits and bobs, office supplies, crafting supplies, what have you. So why not make it a stylish receptacle? Josh Jakus' Floppy Baskets are made from a single piece of wool felt, and fold together easily. The cut-outs add a cool little zing, and make lifting and carrying a breeze.

    What's compelling about Los Angeles? It's full of interesting houses by  people re-inventing architecture, and one of these from 1964 is for sale for $2.495M.

With the major feast just a week away, we're hoping you've got your recipes planned–or at least have an invite to someone's house who does.

In the world of the wanderlust-y, there are Francophiles and Anglophiles, and die-hard Eat, Pray, Love fans that believe Italy and India are the meccas of spiritual reinvention.  Me, I’m more of a Nederphile.

Get into the enchantment of the holiday season with these gold table toppings. 1. Dining becomes a call-of-the-wild experience when silver and gold mix in Alain Saint-Joanis’ Animal handcrafted flatware; $847 for a five-piece place setting,

Created by Italian lighting designer Carmine Deganello for San Francisco company Pablo Designs, the Solis Lamp appears not only modern and elegant, but weightless. Polyester laser-cut ribbons filter light and shadow in a way that mimics the sun's rays—particularly welcome on sunless days.  The Solis provides both direct and ambient light, and can be hung from the ceiling or wall mounted.

  Berkeley is full of splendid Arts-and-Crafts style houses, and one of the best is on the market for $2.5M.

To illustrate Ken Fulk’s living and design philosophy, let’s simply say: When asked to wear a top hat for this story, he had one in his closet. Fulk’s brand of interior design is one part skill, one part fantasy and one part pure showmanship. Following him around this Belvedere home he designed, it’s clear that he’s a member of that rare breed of architects and designers (from Frank Lloyd Wright to Barbara Barry) who do more than just create a beautiful home; they craft a lifestyle. And in Fulk’s case, he can do it, forgive the pun, at the drop of a hat.

Each month when the electric bill comes, you're guaranteed to hear a few choice words escape my lips. "Ridiculous!" I exclaim. "Preposterous!" I shout. "Inconceivable!" I declare.

  Whether you’re muddling mint for a mojito or strawberries for a special caipirinha, Dave Nepove, aka “Mr. Mojito,” has the tool for you.


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