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  • Research and respect go into restoring a John Lautner guesthouse

    Research and respect go into restoring a John Lautner guesthouse
    Although most of us know about architect John Lautner through iconic works such as the circular Chemosphere house or the Silvertop estate, his first official commission in Los Angeles was a modest 600-square-foot guesthouse, a refuge that has the peaceful...
  • Home and garden briefs for April 16: Celebrate Earth Day at events across Hampton Roads

    Earth Day 2015 is Wednesday, April 22. Activities and events are scheduled throughout the weekend and next week to observe the day set aside to appreciate the planet and its natural resources. Hampton A free viewing of "Green Fire: Aldo Leopold and a...
  • Nouveau co-founder's professional touch adds pop to his Canton home

    Nouveau co-founder's professional touch adds pop to his Canton home
    Most homeowners are familiar with the hassles that a brutally cold and snowy winter can deliver. Steve Appel knows them all too well. Four Februarys ago, the co-founder and senior designer of Nouveau Home and Interior Design (now at its new Eager Street...
  • Win tickets! Mid-Atlantic Home and Garden Show returns to Virginia Beach

    Win tickets! Mid-Atlantic Home and Garden Show returns to Virginia Beach
    The Mid-Atlantic Home and Garden show will return to Virginia Beach March 6-8.  The annual shopping show features more than 200 home and garden vendors. There will also be a craft beer garden, healthy eating challenge, coffee university, giveaways and...
  • How one L.A. couple ripped out the grass -- and created a drought-tolerant dreamscape

    How one L.A. couple ripped out the grass -- and created a drought-tolerant dreamscape
    Eight years ago, Kathy and Andrew Russell's frontyard was like many of the gardens in their Brentwood neighborhood — monopolized by grass. But after Kathy retired from UCLA Medical Center as a surgical nurse, she had the time to tear out the...
  • Home and garden briefs for March 5: Walk in the forest, reserve a campsite, head to lots of garden events this weekend

    Take a free walk in the forest on Saturday, March 21 during an open house at the New Kent Forestry Center. The day includes an 8 a.m. bird walk led by the Williamsburg Bird Club, guided nature hikes that begin every half hour until 2 p.m.,...
  • Tingest: Modern home decor from Sweden featuring artful twists

    Tingest: Modern home decor from Sweden featuring artful twists
    It goes without saying, but when it comes to delivering an instant dose of design inspiration, nothing beats the Internet. Most recently we wiled away an hour or two (or three? Didn't time ourselves!) on Design Milk, an online magazine devoted to the...
  • Eric Buterbaugh takes floral design to the next sense: perfumes

    Eric Buterbaugh takes floral design to the next sense: perfumes
    When Tory Burch wants centerpieces for a rooftop dinner at her Rodeo Drive boutique, Louis Vuitton executives need gifts for VIPs, or Tom Ford wants to say "thank you," they call Eric Buterbaugh. For 17 years, Buterbaugh has been the go-to floral...
  • Drought needn't mean that spring skips your garden

    Drought needn't mean that spring skips your garden
    For Southern California gardeners, March is a month of wistful promise. A little rain falls, and the possibilities for brilliant spring and summer planting — exploding colors, bountiful edibles — seem limitless. But you might want to stop...
  • A Drybar founder finds room to roam in Costa Mesa home transformation

    A Drybar founder finds room to roam in Costa Mesa home transformation
    Following stints living in New York and Los Angeles, Drybar co-founder Michael Landau and his wife, Sarah Hutnick, found themselves in a tiny condo in Corona del Mar. Like so many Southern Californians, the couple craved more outdoor space for...
  • The play's the thing for sixth-grade thespians

    So they held the school play the other night. I liked it, not just for the theme of kindness to animals but for the vision it offered of a fairer, less-contentious world. Afterward, we all went out to the loud Mexican joint that is the social...