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Plenty of remodel tales have dismal beginnings, with descriptions of dark, dank or cramped spaces.

It’s no secret that the French have style in spades. From food to fashion to design, we look to France to personify beauty and elegance. NO TASTE FOR BAD TASTE, now open at A+D Museum through April 29th, attempts to define the je ne sais quoi of the country’s stylish DNA.

In the last few years, vegan food has undergone a cultural shift Oliver's Restaurant, a the long-awaited vegan spot in Montecito, is proof.

Sensual, harmonious and environmentally conscious are just a few ways to describe the work of the the effortlessly chic architect Gulla Jónsdóttir.

A radical, Mid-Century riff on Japanese temple architecture that could only have occured in Marin County.

When it comes to bath design, we are seeing what you could call a sprawling trend.

1. How did you get your start in design?I moved to Chicago from LA where my husband and I decided to build our first home. I looked for a designer here but felt no one had my laid back LA sensibility.

A c.1954 Modernist gem in Bel Air, beautifully rejuvenated and expanded by a Neutra expert.

For the past five years Collective Form has been bringing the best of European home furnishings to showrooms from San Francisco to Los Angeles to New York City.The American company buys goods from European design houses and places them in showrooms here and in Canada.

Tucked into a very private site between in Noe Valley, this beautifully reinvented cottage evokes the romance of Armistead Maupin’s “Tales of the City”.

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