Two designers who had never set foot in the desert made a bold toast to the region’s next trend: the “party bathroom.” Dallas- and Seattle-based Pulp Design Studios capitalized on our open-minded outlook with their interpretation of the Palm Springs Modern Movement in a national ad campaign for DXV by American Standard that defines the period as 1950–1990. In testament,
You could call them the dream team. Where many desert homes are chic and sparse midcentury time capsules, this stately abode is imbued with an adamantly traditional vibe. “It feels like you’re walking into something that was here 100 years ago — and it will be there for the next 100 years or more,” says Langlois, president and founder of
It’s easy to plop down in a chair without pondering its long evolution or the merits of its ergonomic construction. And yet furniture shapes our lives, even our bodies. What we put under us affects our mood, our posture, and possibly our life span. Value is in the eye of the beholder, but a decent chair is priceless. We spoke
Visitors to the Morongo Casino Resort & Spa in Cabazon are no doubt wowed by the stellar views from its 27-story tower—the tallest building in all of Riverside County. But the casino recently upped the wow factor quite a bit with the opening of its sophisticated, 26th floor lounge, The Drum Room. Previously known as Club 360 and used as
When I received an email inviting me to preview a 1969 Twin Palms estate via a 3-D tour, I clicked on the link with mild interest. Let me guess: another hackneyed midcentury-meets-modern-meets contemporary-with-a-twist listing. I was not prepared for one of the rare instances in my life where the adjective “jaw-dropping” was entirely accurate. For almost half a century, the
Blue, a primary color, is by far the most popular color family and the color most preferred by men.
Interior designer Dorothy Willetts’ dramatic transformation of a home at The Vintage Club in Indian Wells matches the country club community’s motto.
Palm Springs designers/artists Samuel Fleming Lewis and Stephen Kladder took their 1961 condo and gave it a new look without adhering to a certain style.
Palm Springs interior designer Darren Brown did more than admire the work of local sculptor Bill Anson, he incorporated the artists sculptures into a pop-up shop for a charity event April 18 at The Shops at Thirteen Forty Five.