If your walls could speak, would they tell old jokes and dull stories? Or, would they whisper dark secrets, quip witty anecdotes, and scream and laugh with the joy of knowing their own beauty? These wall coverings have something smart to say. Are you listening?
Hot-as-summer golf course architect Tom Doak and visitors to Stone Eagle Golf Club in Palm Desert — his first course in California
Transport any room with the
deep colors, wild patterns,
and exotic textures
of faraway places.
An inviting perch of wood, steel, and leather redefines your in-home happy hours.
Unruly vines, overgrown shrubs, and a tennis court that backed up against the house once hid this Canyon Country Club gem and its spectacular views.
Fete-worthy tabletops for a half-dozen occasions.
Welcome to the Home of the Year. The 2006 Gold Nugget Grand Award for exactly that went to Narendra Patel, principal architect at Alta Palm Springs and the man behind Patel Architecture.
Wine cellars remain a popular use for today’s private, residential cave.
Meet the fresh faces of interior design. These top style-makers dish the dirt on what’s tired, what’s trendy, and what they love this season.
With wisdom and whimsy, House 849 emerges as the hopeful anchor of a design-inspired uptown Palm Springs. By Lisa Marie Rovito. Photography by Taylor Sherrill.