In the mid-1970s, actor David Janssen commissioned architect Edward Giddings to build him a home in the tony Southridge neighborhood of South Palm Springs
Often referred to as “The Bridge House” because the great room sits on a steel I-beam structure 6 feet above the terrain in the Little Tuscany neighborhood of Palm Springs.
In 1955, the late Donald Wexler built this post–and–beam-style house for himself and his family, returning in 2008 as a consultant on a remodel.
Just up the road from The Ritz-Carlton, Rancho Mirage sits Mirada Estates, a prestigious neighborhood that offers more than an amazing place to live.
The approach to this contemporary Bighorn home is both dramatic and intimate.
The Coachella Valley is one of the most prolific agricultural regions in the country and the reason the local farmers markets are filled with delicious produce year-round.
Set inside a gated entrance in the Old Las Palmas neighborhood in Palm Springs, this half-acre property is the quintessential, sophisticated desert hideaway.
Post–World War II consumerism inspired designers to create organically constructed furnishings for homes that were being built with improved materials and advanced technology.
Greater Palm Springs is home to a variety of vintage and secondhand shops that offer stunning apparel and accessories from days gone by.
For one day the L’Horizon Resort and Spa in Palm Springs, built in 1952 by Desert Modern architect William F. Cody as a retreat for Hollywood producer Jack Wrather, became the backdrop for a fashion oasis.
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