Category Archives: Architecture
The kitchen of the gilded age mansion while much larger, offers the same good design lessons we employ in kitchen design today.
The faces of gilded age mansions had nothing to do with their owners. A century ago, faces were trending as a decorative element in interior design.
Look inside the Gilded Age Mansions of Newport to celebrate the work of skilled artisans before power tools and computer measurements.
In Palm Springs, The Saguaro Hotel, proves there is much more vibrance in the desert color palette. See how color enhances architecture.
Tired of the same old interior? Homeowners and contractors are creatures of habit, use these three design details to infuse a home with modern style.
The Broad, the newest museum of contemporary art in Los Angeles is a must-see delight for anyone visiting the area.
A visit to The Schindler House in West Hollywood teaches us how a great example of California architecture built in 1921 is still modern and current.
We are almost finished with a successful new home build, here are the five traits which made this a good experience for everyone.
Here’s a list of the seven common wall color mistakes to avoid. Unfortunately the funny photos are real and from homes currently offered for sale, yikes! Read More