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Interior Design

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  • Pop with PinkMemo.com, Cynthia Collins

    Pop with PinkMemo.com, Cynthia Collins
    Cynthia Collins scours the globe for unique pieces to fill her clients' homes. The laid back interior designer isn't afraid to roll up her sleeves and dig through flea markets or antique shops to find just the perfect armoire or end table to complete a...
  • Home sweet renovated home: Eleanor Brown talks about house transformation

    Home sweet renovated home: Eleanor Brown talks about house transformation
    House renovation tips ... 1. Think about how you live and what you need to live comfortably in your space. 2. Create a detailed set of specifications that enable you get the same end product when you interview contractors and get bids. 3. Get...
  • From Versace Mansion to TLC's "Four Houses

    From Versace Mansion to TLC's "Four Houses
    It's not like her appearance on TLC's "Four Houses" on Monday, July 30th at 10 p.m. EST will be Katia Bates' first time in the interior design spotlight. After all, the Fort Lauderdale resident re-did the Versace Mansion in South Beach...twice. But...
  • 'Staging' home like a pro

    Nowadays, few home sellers –– and especially those trying to avert foreclosure –– have spare funds to hire a "stager," a professional trained in the art of making a property look as beguiling as possible to prospective buyers....
  • 'The New Outdoor Kitchen: Cooking Up a Kitchen for the Way You Live and Play' by Deborah Krasner

    IN America's rush to duplicate every indoor room in the great outdoors, kitchens seem to be a favorite. Forget for a moment the recent spate of outdoor living rooms, sleeping pavilions and elaborate spas springing up across the land. They add minimally to...
  • Salvaged in style

    Salvaged in style
    CARRIE CARR knows a good piece of trash when she sees it. Take the kitchen cabinet that she salvaged from an apartment building under renovation and turned into a glass-fronted display case. Or the living room piece — "my gangsta coffee table,"...
  • The round bed comes full circle

    The round bed comes full circle
    REMEMBER the revolving circular bed from which the Mike Meyers' character Austin Powers proclaimed his shag-ability? Laugh if you must, but the Lazy Susan sleeper — that semaphore of swinging bachelorhood — is no longer a joke to be found...
  • His essentials: orchids

    His essentials: orchids
    CRAIG POWELL isn't afraid of indulging his weakness for orchids. And with his recently opened botanical studio, Pollen, he's bent on spreading his compulsion. Housed in a former pharmacy in Eagle Rock, the store's on-site greenhouse is filled with hard-...
  • Murals, a floor-to-ceiling fantasy

    Murals, a floor-to-ceiling fantasy
    IN the design empire of Los Angeles, where Modern is king and where clean lines and empty spaces have come to define so many castles, it's something of a surprise to see a resurgence of frescoes, murals and other painterly effects. But sure enough, Cher...
  • Dorothy Kneedler Lawenda, co-founder of interior design firm Kneedler-Fauchere, dies at 94

    Dorothy Kneedler Lawenda, an entrepreneur who began importing natural, hand-woven wallcoverings from Asia in 1948 and co-founded an interior design company that became an influential resource for the Los Angeles industry, died Thursday at her home in...
  • The man who invented the California Look

    The man who invented the California Look
    Michael Taylor (1927-86) invented what was three decades ago dubbed the California Look: white interiors with stone floors and over-scaled, sculptural furniture, often upholstered in simple yet sumptuous chenille. "In response to the casual West Coast way...