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  • Catalogs: Global Equipment for the industrial loft

     
    I don't think of catalogs as shopping opportunities. I think of them as forays into my fantasy parallel lives. Like the one in which I've inherited great sums of money and live on a farm in upstate New York (Thos. Moser). The one in which I scored a...
  • Help for Haiti or relief for slow sales?

     
    The news releases are stacking up, each one touting how another company is aiding relief in Haiti. The Wall Street Journal posted one of the first tallies, reporting that Lowe's pledged $1 million, Home Depot donated $100,000, and Wal-Mart offered $600,...
  • Textile queen Kathryn M. Ireland opens new store in West Hollywood

     
    Almont Yard, that charming collection of design studios lining a cobblestone courtyard in West Hollywood, just welcomed its newest resident, Brit designer Kathryn M. Ireland. On the heels of her latest book, "Creating a Home," and the launch of her online...
  • The Dry Garden: For water-wise ideas on what to plant this spring, take a tour (and take notes)

     
    It’s only February, but bestirred by rain and gathering days, California lilacs are blooming, manzanitas are bedecked with bells and irises are pent up for a March explosion. It doesn’t just feel like spring, it is spring in Southern California....
  • One flea market lamp, three DIY shades

     
    Finding a whimsical vintage lamp at a flea market can be great, but what if it doesn't have a shade? You might top off your find with something off-the-rack. (Yawn.) You could have one made. (But how much does that cost?) Or you could go the DIY route and...
  • Residents of downtown's Toy Factory Lofts have some lofty ideas about decorating.

     
    At the Toy Factory Lofts in downtown Los Angeles, residents have taken essentially the same canvas and each made it his or her own, from one resident's floor-to-ceiling makeover that's transformed the industrial space into a little piece of Paris to...
  • The Deal: Le Klint lamps 40% off through Wednesday at Lumens

     
    Danish architect Poul Christiansen's hand-folded Le Klint 172B Pendant (1971) is like the George Nelson bubble lamp of Europe -- an iconic piece that gives a room instant '60s modern cachet. But this Denmark-made pendant, shown above, has one advantage...
  • Money-saving kitchen tips

     
    It's almost Earth Day and everyone's getting on the bandwagon. But IKEA, the big European home store, has some handy energy-saving tips to remember when you're cooking. Did you know that if you want to boil enough water for one cup of tea, it's cheaper to...
  • Bravo's '9 by Design' unleashes two designers and their 7 children in your living room Tuesday

     
    Bob and Cortney Novogratz may be the new reality stars to love/hate. Their show, “9 By Design,” premieres Tuesday on Bravo and chronicles the couple’s work as high-end designers and property flippers in New York. The two routinely gut and...
  • Cheap eats at IKEA this weekend…breakfast every day

     
    Swedish meatball meal includes 10 meatballs, mashed potatoes and gravy for $1.00 on April 24th and 25th.  Regular price is $4.99. For breakfast you can get scrambled eggs, bacon and potatoes! It's FREE Monday through Friday 'till 10 am and 99¢ on t...
  • The changing typography of the Web

     
    Since the World Wide Web’s earliest days, whether you were shopping on Amazon or researching on Google or catching up on news at latimes.com, chances are you were looking at just one of four typefaces -- Arial, Verdana, Georgia or Times -- each...