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Of The Morning CallCan you use an occasional room frequently? Stroll around the 2006 SOTA Designer Showhouse and you know the answer is yes. There are several rooms that would be perfect for reading, writing, watching television or just spending a little downtime in at...
Of The Morning CallGone are the days when the only places you'd see artificial flowers were in office buildings and your great-aunt's foyer. Fabricated plants, trees and florals -- long known in the interior design world as "silks," although they are usually made of...
Tags: House and Home, Furniture, Allentown, Floral Design, Death
Of The Morning CallCeiling fans used to be a designer's nightmare, ranking right up there with wide-screen televisions. Big and ugly. When it came to style, there were few choices. You could get faux Victorian or something plain and unadorned. "The first thing we used...
Of The Morning CallTassels are hot. Consider the the recent Society of the Arts designer showhouse at which almost every room featured the charming novelties dangling from cabinet knobs, bedposts, pillows, curtains, lamps and even wall sconces. Though these simple...
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...
Times Staff WriterParty guests have begun to arrive even before the appointed hour of 5 at the Malibu home of Chantal and Carl Gillberg, high on a distant knoll of the Santa Monica Mountains. A haze has settled over the sliver of ocean view, but in the terraced gardens...
Times Staff WriterTHE spine stiffens and the spirit goes cold. Here, on a bosky Montecito lane, is a house so improbably huge and overbearing, it takes on a momentary aspect of menace in the half-light of late afternoon. This must be the one — no other house in...
Tags: Georgetown, Marisa Tomei, James Spader, Animals, Horse (animal)
Times Staff WriterCREATING an ideal reading environment is like giving yourself a gift. Blessed with the perfect chair, lighting and accessories, you can create a haven that is all your own. The key? Make it comfortable and flexible, says interior designer Velvet...
Special to The TimesCAN the seats double as flotation devices? It probably doesn't matter when the rest of the plane is this cool. The Jet Set playhouse, shown here, is equipped with cabin windows, a flight simulator in the cockpit and overhead bins to store stuffed animals....
Times Staff WriterLunch was long over, the conversation lingered, and Alice's patience was wearing skittishly thin. A girl couldn't wait all afternoon. At last the guest stood from the dining table to leave, but not just yet, please, journalist and photographer Jamie...
Special to The TimesFRESH design ideas are giving tables a stylish presence. Over the last year, there have been innovations in table shapes, tops and details thanks to advances in technology and sophisticated finishing techniques. Silk screening can give a coffee table a...
Times Staff WriterREMEMBER 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...
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