Jessica Nicolls and Karyn Frazier started out working together at a small clothing boutique in Tahoe. Today, they’re running their own interior design firm + shop, Bungalow 56, and designing homes in Coronado and San Diego, California.
When Design Reflects Life, Change Can Be a Truly Beautiful Thing “Physical spaces can help create the kind of culture that you want to have,” explained designer Camille Henderson Davis during our recent phone interview.
Silicon Valley startups have revolutionized how the world thinks about business and entrepreneurship. Learning some of their geeky secrets can mean more business, better clients, and a thriving firm.
Until recent years, my memory of wall panels was reserved for the wood walls in my grandparent’s house, which I now realize were not real wood, but plastic panels with a wood image applied to the face…
Most of us are not experts in acoustical engineering, so though we are able to recognize when spaces need additional scrutiny, it’s our collaboration with acoustical consultants that refines the sound of a space.
Mad Men was unquestionably one of the most breathtaking examples of set design in the modern television era. We take a peek at some of it’s visual styles that deserve another look.
Take a deep-dive into expressive structures and how they have influenced modern furniture design.
An inside look at the fascinating and rich history of Japanese design aesthetics from furniture to architecture.
In our EXPLORE series, we venture into the local manufacturing scene in cities around the world. For our first exploration, we visit the city I call home.
If you aren’t listening to podcasts by now, you’re missing out. Here are 5 that we think you should add to your list of “must listens”.
What’s better than spending time outdoors on a warm, sunny summer day? Take a look at some inspired outdoor furniture that you might want to consider specifying for your next project.
Do the items in your home spark joy in your heart? Do they add to the richness of your life? If not, maybe it’s time to take a hard look at the relationship you have with the things all around you.
A few weeks ago I found myself just a few hours north of Seattle for a day trip to the annual IDS West Trade Day in Vancouver, CA – a benefit of living so close to a major international city with such sparkle. Take a look at what I found while there.