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1/25/2013

Like the stylist who slings a Chanel bag over a thrifted Buffalo Exchange dress or the foodie who chases his lobster with a swig of Schlitz,... More»

12/31/2012

Long dominated by scaled-up wooden lodges, kitschy cabins, and Nixon-era ski resort condos, Tahoe’s architecture is finally coming of age. Today,... More»

12/28/2012

MOST RENOVATING HOMEOWNERS gamely volunteer that they want to be hands-on, but British software consultant Michael Burn has the calluses to prove it. When... More»

12/26/2012

AS A RETIRED VIRGIN AMERICA AIRLINE EXEC, Fred Reid knows a thing or two about a bird’s-eye view. Though he already had a sprawling home (designed by... More»

11/15/2012

When Japanese überhip retailer Uniqlo arrived in San Francisco this fall, it went searching for local celebrities to promote its new Union Square store. It... More»

10/16/2012

Space-cramped city dwellers, aspirational decorators, and design Pinners take note: This Saturday, you can... More»

10/19/2011

It all started back in 1971, when the famous French songwriter Maxime Le Forestier, inspired by the blue Victorian at 3841 18th Street, composed the song... More»

11/22/2013

1. Marlow (Polk Gulch) 1800 Van Ness Ave. A breath of like on the avenue... More»

7/11/2012

Long before gas hit the $4-a-gallon mark, the most serious environ­mental­ists around here were already driving Priuses. Similarly... More»

6/28/2012

It sounds like a design geek’s joke: A surfboard maker, a midcentury-chair refurbisher, a furniture builder, and a painter walk into an Outer Sunset... More»

6/28/2012

Kelsey and Mike Sheofsky’s first date was a camping trip along the Santa Barbara County coast; fittingly, the now-married couple just launched luxe... More»

6/25/2012

The paisley-embossed chairs in Vernon Davis’s dining room are lollipop green, nearly the exact same shade as the walls. Against this sea of emerald... More»