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Interior Design

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  • The Deal: Designer Tag Sale on Saturday in Costa Mesa

     
    Notable Los Angeles and Orange County designers will sell discounted items from their personal inventories as well as offer mini-consultations and appraisals at Saturday√Ę??s Designer Tag Sale organized by interior designer Vanessa De Vargas of Turquoise...
  • L.A. interior designers pay it forward at new Upward Bound homeless shelter

     
    Just two days before the new Upward Bound House Family Shelter was to debut last week, 18 interior designers good-naturedly traded tables, shared paint and swapped rugs. At the former budget Culver City motel, vacuums and strollers were parked outside the...
  • The Look for Less: The Wegner Wishbone chair for purists and wishful thinkers

     
    In 1950, the Danish furniture makers Carl Hansen & Son introduced Hans Wegner's CH 24, also known as the Wishbone chair, in a reference to the split back splat. The design is a sleek update of the Quan Yi chair, a ceremonial seat during China's Ming and...
  • Yosemite National Park debuts new 'green' store and hotel rooms

     
    Yosemite National Park is going green(er). Just in time for Thursday's 40th anniversary of Earth Day, park officials cut the ribbon on two new environmentally friendly concepts in the park. "Habitat" is a new, eco-friendly store located in Yosemite...
  • L.A.-based shoe designer Elisa Ferare (1944 - 2010)

     
    Funeral services were held Saturday at St. Michael's Catholic Church in Stockton for Elisa Rishwain, a longtime resident of Los Angeles who designed luxury shoes under the Elisa Ferare nameplate. Rishwain passed away at home in Los Angeles on April......
  • At the Charles Cobb, interior design supports supportive housing

     
    The Charles Cobb, designed by the Pasadena architecture firm Kivotos Montenegro Partners Inc., opened in early April to provide apartments for chronically homeless and disabled people. It was built by the Skid Row Housing Trust for $13.1 million and...
  • Hidden complexity in 'Design'

    Hidden complexity in 'Design'
    SOON, IT will all return: the mammoth egos, the nasty feuds, the career fates that teeter on choosing just the right fabric swatch. Bravo is bringing back its reality competition set in the dangerous world of interior design. And this time, "Top Design"...
  • Q&A // Kelley Farley, Francis Scott Key, softball

    Q&A // Kelley Farley, Francis Scott Key, softball
    Francis Scott Key junior Kelley Farley is one of the top softball players in Carroll County, hitting well over .400 this spring after last year earning first-team All-County honors as an infielder.  Her true passion, however, is field hockey, a sport she...
  • Stylish sunroom part of winning interior design

    Stylish sunroom part of winning interior design
    A sunroom in the Nature Watch home at Homearama is all about the great outdoors. It's also part of the gold award for overall best interior design – living and dining rooms, kitchen and bedrooms -- by Powell Home of Suffolk. In keeping with the...
  • Twain And The Decorators

    Twain And The Decorators
    Sam and Olivia Clemens were pleased with the interior design work that Frederic Schweppe — a designer from Elmira. N.Y., who had worked for Olivia's parents, the Langdons — did for them on the second floor of their Hartford home. "But he...
  • Don't sell Hampton Christian volleyball outside hitter short

    Standing at 5-foot-1, Jenna Jones seems an unlikely candidate to be an outside hitter in volleyball. But at a spot where height is a significant advantage, Jones has found a way to flourish in the position at Hampton Christian. Thanks to her 24-inch...