Posts by California Home And Design

If you love ice skating, you'll love the Embarcadero Center's holiday ice rink presented by Hawaiian Airlines. The winter favorite is back and the Bay Area's largest outdoor ice rink will open on Wednesday, November 4, 2015 and will stay open through January 3, 2016.

This piece originally appeared on Design Milk. By: Caroline WilliamsonIf you’re looking for a hotel that’s completely outside the box, Amsterdam’s Hotel Not Hotel is just that place.

This piece originally appeared on Elle Decor.Halloween has a reputation for being an over-the-top holiday – kitsch and clichés dually noted. But your party doesn't have to follow suit.

On Thursday, November 12th, the IIDA (International Interior Design Association) will host Made Local, an exhibition to connect product designers, artisans, fabricators, and manufacturers with interior designers and architects to showcase and celebrate the creativity found in Northern California.

By Patrice CuredaleClose your eyes and say "Paris Flea Market style” and what does your imagination conjure?  Elegant rooms, slightly worn but timelessly stylish, steeped in the faded luxury of chaises longues and glittering chandeliers, or do you imagine high-ceilings in a Paris apartment with Fren

This piece originally appeared on Dering Hall. “This is just one of those one-in-a-lifetime pieces you can only see at the San Francisco Fall Antiques Show. It will be talked about and referred to for years to come I'm sure.

This piece originally appeared on Lonny. 48 Hours In ParisIn Paris, the right bank neighborhood of the Marais is a hotbed for fresh design with stylish shops and restaurants popping up overnight.

This piece originally appeared on Business Of Fashion.“We’ve wanted to do a line at Target probably since we started the company in 2006,” says Katherine Power, co-founder and CEO of Los Angeles-based Clique Media Group, whose properties include WhoWhatWear.com, Byrdie.com and MyDomaine.com.In 2016

My husband gave me a homemade pasta cookbook last year and we have been happily working our way through it by hosting “Pasta Sundays” at our house. We select a recipe and invite friends over to help with the kneading, rolling, stuffing, pinching, and cutting.

Anya M. Hall has more than 15 years of swim teaching experience and is the original water baby at La Petite Baleen Swim Schools, where she is now the curriculum director. She is an NCAA Division 1 All-American, Academic All-American and National Champion swimmer.

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