All tagged California style
We’re taking our Design on Tap title literally this week with a look at some of the best and brightest faucets to hit the market—and our showrooms. There’s so much to share with you that this is simply a look at some of our favorites.
Since 1989, Newport Brass has produced some of the finest premium solid brass faucets and fixtures on the market, and we’re proud to say that it’s a California company. Here, we're proud to bring you a few of their latest water-wise designs.
Having built over two hundred luxury homes in Malibu, Doug Burdge’s name is practically synonymous with the area. Whether designing a modern-style home or a Mediterranean, Burdge & Associates Architects, Inc. brings a uniquely refined hand.
This year’s Architectural Digest Design Show celebrates a host of wonderful new products but we’re especially excited about Kalamazoo Outdoor Gourmet’s brand new line of outdoor kitchen cabinetry called the Arcadia Series.
Iowa transplant Phil Norman came to Southern California in 1984 with his BFA in Interior Design but without a single contact. Spirited, talented and undaunted, he quickly gained entrée into several San Diego-area firms, ultimately launching his own office, Norman Design Group, in 2003.
We’ve posted recently about bathrooms trending towards more luxuriously furnished spaces than ever before. With the growth of the wellness category (hammams and chromo therapy, for example), has also come a flourishing of smarter styling and interesting materials not usually associated with wet rooms. This week we’re bringing you a round up of the latest offerings from Italian firm Milldue, Atlanta-based Furniture Guild, and California firm Ronbow.
When Naomi Nielson Howard, founder of Native Trails, was a student at Cal Poly (studying social services with a dual minor in business and Spanish) she had the idea—the very bright idea—to found a company that could double as the focus of her class projects. She had spent childhood vacations in Central Mexico, the home of her stepfather, and fallen in love with the aesthetic and the many craftspeople she met on their trips. The idea to launch a small business of importing handmade crafts set her on a course that would ultimately lead to one of today’s most innovative and environmentally focused kitchen and bath manufacturers.
“We love the process of working with our clients to discover their vision,” says designer David John Dick of DISC Interiors. And by their growing list of clients, the feeling is clearly mutual.
Since founding her firm, Bestor Architecture, in 1992, Barbara Bestor has become one of Los Angeles’ most in-demand architects. Whether it’s a restaurant, retail space, workplace or residence, Bestor brings her signature aesthetic—one that is rooted in place and light.