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In the high-tech world, companies that began in a garage are legendary— think Amazon, Apple, Google and Hewlett-Packard. Stories of luxury wallcovering companies founded in garages are less common. In fact, there’s only one: Phillip Jeffries.

Taking fully integrated design/build to the next level, one of LA’s premier architectural firms brings an incredible new home to the market.

When interior designer Holly Hollenbeck of HSH Interiors was hired to complete this Los Angeles home, she quickly realized the client was James Bond.Of course, the fictional character has never actually lived, much less hired a designer.

Founded by David Alhadeff in 2003, Future Perfect is one of the world's foremost destinations for collectable contemporary design.

From the restoration of historic buildings and monuments, farming of vineyards and crafting of wine, the Bourguignons use a respectful approach that preserves the timelessness and authenticity of their craft.From Healing to Hospitality: The Léproserie of Meursault All photography by Martin Argyroglo

An apartment in the legendary 2500 Steiner Street is on the market.

This kitchen lives in a graceful, 1902 era Edwardian building near San Francisco's Lafayette Park. However, the kitchen was closer to the Mediterranean in its aesthetic.

When interior designer Carolyn Rebuffel was asked to redesign this house, the client attended their first meeting with a piece of Heath Tile in her hand. “I knew we would use it,” says the designer.

Opening April 26 - May 27, L.A. pop-up gallery Furth Yashar & presents Open House: new bodies of work by Los Angeles-based artist-makers, Elyse Graham, Alex Hagentorn, Alex J. Reed and Jonathan Zawada contextually arranged in the iconic Schindler House.

Bonhams’ Modern Decorative Art + Design sale is full of great stuff– and the auction’s selection of Joseph Shulman photographs is a delight.

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