Personal touches and thoughtful details sweetened the moment for each of these couples at nine weddings in Palm Springs and surrounding desert cities.
Intimate vignettes in the homes of five Palm Springs designers act as a portrait of each one’s personal style and aesthetic.
“Ehrlich Yanai Outside-In: New California Modernism” studies a Palm Springs home that blurs the boundaries between the built and the natural environment.
Designer Scott Arthur Yerkey introduced the Shwachman family to the desert and convinced them it was the right destination for their second home.
“Allure” by fashion expert, icon, and former Vogue editor Diana Vreeeland has inspired both owners of Towne Palm Springs in the Uptown Design District.
The muzen is a brilliantly packaged radio that’s cute enough to come with a tiny detachable antenna and a leather crossbody strap.
Designer Hagit Taylor and her husband, realtor Tim Taylor live out their Fixer Upper fantasies by transforming homes in Palm Springs and beyond.
Maybe a new set of pulls, bars, or knobs for your kitchen cabinets doesn’t sound particularly sexy. Fans of Buster + Punch would beg to differ.
These adventurous retirees from Palm Desert use their Happier Camper to bunk up the grandkids, beat the heat, and hit the open road.
A tub carved from an 8-foot boulder is a favorite place for cooling off at the Rancho Mirage home of Dosooz furniture showroom owner Danny Zhou.