Architectural photographer Dan Chavkin had free rein to explore the empty spaces, naked framework, and rubble on the work site of a Palm Springs home.
Sean Woolsey Studio’s quality furniture is made by hand in Costa Mesa. His newest pieces include an outdoor pingpong table and a steel-frame lounge chair.
Thor Kitchen may well be the first to offer a high-performance stainless-steel range, ventilation hood, refrigerator, and dishwasher that ring in under $5,000.
Fermob offers a versatile range of mobile outdoor lighting, and have become best-sellers at Pelago in Uptown Palm Springs.
“Modern on the Market” shines the spotlight on the architecture that defines the Greater Palm Springs real estate market with an Open House weekend of midcentury homes.
Mark Nichols Interiors used wallpaper where the intention is to deviate from the main narrative of this Rancho Mirage home — used sparingly but intentionally to highlight or surprise.
Architect Stan Boles and artist Wendy Kahle weren’t new to vintage homes when they found their second Palm Springs vacation property by William Krisel.
When it was built in 1954, the Edris House must have appeared as if a spaceship had landed amongst the red-tiled roofs and white stucco haciendas that dotted the canyon.
Interior designer Jeff Valenson, of Los Angeles–based Jeff Valenson Design, has created a home at Toscana Country Club that unites traditional elements with a clean, modern aesthetic.
This Bighorn Golf Club kitchen is sleek, shiny, and sophisticated, with all the masculine edge of a modern sports car and the tools to make it purr.