Posts by Lindsey Shook

For some projects, every element seems to come together to create something remarkable. For this home, it was a trifecta of a scenic site, an amazing art collection and the right team. As with most great projects, it starts with the site.

When tasked with overhauling one of San Francisco’s most iconic watering holes, Jay Jeffers and his team asked themselves, “What would Lola want?” Formerly known as the Lexington Club, the new restaurant and bar is called Wildhawk, which inspired Jeffers to seek inspiration from the historic San Fra

For interior designer Grant K. Gibson, principal at Grant K. Gibson Interior Design and author of the forthcoming book The Curated Home: A Fresh Take on Tradition, traveling to India has been a lifelong dream. After years of planning, he recently made the journey.

Martin Kobus describes the room he completed for the 2017 San Francisco Decorator Showcase as a space that tells a “layered tale.” Given that the designer tapped into his own heritage for inspiration, the project he calls Bibliotheek (library) is also a uniquely personal statement.The Netherlands na

It's no secret that we are in love with everything from The Future Perfect, including the latest bedroom collection by Pinch, on display at the Future Perfect's newly expanded San Francisco gallery, The Complex.

The backyard designed by John and Danielle Steuernagel of Sculpt Gardens gives new meaning to the term “groundbreaking.” It’s filled with stunning elements, but to get there the team had to excavate 450 cubic yards of dirt from a steep San Francisco lot.

If it weren't for the HGTV reality show House Hunters, this bathroom might not exist. The program follows buyers choosing a new home, and when interior designer Regan Baker's clients appeared on the show, they asked her to style one of the potential dwellings.

At LCDQ LegendsX, California Home+Design joined Neptune Glassworks, Rhodium Floors, Tidelli Outdoor Living & Victoria+Albert Baths in celebrating; The Art of Collaboration. The event was hosted at Rhodium Floors showroom and sponsored by Duvel Belgian Ale.Leslie Delli-Venneri, Eric Phelps &

When an avid art collector hired Andrew Mann Architecture to renovate a 1911 Edwardian building in San Francisco, he had a very specific goal in mind; to hire someone who could design a home around his vast collection of Native American artifacts, baskets, landscape paintings, decorative objects and

Located high atop a desert bluff sits the entry point of one of Palm Springs’ most exciting developments, the Guardhouse at Desert Palisades.

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