Posts by Candace Abbott

A restaurant should do two things: leave you feeling full and happy. With a robust food scene, many L.A. restaurants can do both, but some have a way of doing it better than others. If you want to go somewhere you feel comfortable and familiar.

Known for her exceptionally captivating work with light and glass, LA-based artist Alison Berger released an experimental collection this past September eloquently  titled, ‘Lyra Series.’ This bold group, where Alison drew inspiration from the hues of decadent velvet boxes meant to transport microsc

If DECASO puts their stamp on it, you’ll want it in your life.

Coming off the heels of New York Fashion Week and on the precipice of Paris Fashion Week, the style trends for Spring ‘18 are being defined. It’s no secret that fashion has a major influence on interiors.

 Design enthusiasts know the value of a good book. But for this same group, a book isn’t always about reading, sometimes it’s about decorating.

                   Just because California Fall arrives a little later, that doesn’t mean we can’t start thinking about how to transition into the season by way of design.

When something fun, fresh new and design-focused happens in Downtown LA, it’s all you hear about. Currently everyone is talking about the latest hotel hotspot, Hotel Indigo, which is so much of a design destination that it’s influencing countless summer staycations.Situated at Francisco and W.

Where: 355 S Mansfield Ave., Los AngelesAsking: $3,249,000What: Architectural significance takes shape through this unapologetically modern, 4-bedroom, 6-bath home that’s standing tall on Mansfield Ave.

There are dozens of ways to celebrate the early days of summer.

A few weeks back I had the chance to dine with Aerin on the rooftop of West Hollywood’s charming Le Petit Ermitage, on a perfect spring evening.

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