26 Sep 2017
September 26, 2017

LCDQ Sidewalk Sale

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I have some good news to share… Mark your calendars and find the deal of the decade at La Cienega Design Quarter’s first-ever sidewalk sale Friday, Oct. 6, and Saturday, Oct. 7, 2017. The same design shops and showrooms that sell to the top designers, collectors and celebrities, including John Legend, Jennifer Aniston, Ryan Seacrest, Oprah and Ellen DeGeneres, will be.. read more →

The LEGENDS windows are always a highlight of the event.  The inspiration and out of the box thinking are such a wonder and testament to this creative industry and the talents within it. The LEGENDS 2017 theme “Your True Colors” was expressed in the 60+ windows of the member LCDQ shops, showrooms and galleries. These window designers.. read more →

I cannot believe it is almost been two weeks since I returned home from LCDQ Legends Events! The events seem to get better each year. Crowds have grown and the speakers were incredible. The number of lectures alone were staggering. One of the highlights for me as always is the windows. I love the diversity of the windows.. read more →

 I want to look back at my favorite design event of the year, Legends. These memories create wanderlust and a deep desire to plan my next divine design boondoggle to LA.  I was honored to be a part of it as a Blog Ambassador. It is hard to believe that planning has begun to make.. read more →

I am coming back down off my travel high.  LCDQLA Legends was incredible.  Each year the events get better and better.  I was amazed by the turn out of every single design star and legend.  With each turn I was star struck.  It is such an incredible networking opportunity to be with such greats and.. read more →

Did you here the news?   I am so honored to be named as an Ambassador for the Legends of La Cienega Events in LA in a few weeks. It is a stellar group. I had just gushed about the event HERE a few weeks ago and now it even gets better!   Read all about.. read more →

Lately I seem to be drawn to the Brutalist style in design. These brass pieces are defined by “an aggressive 20th-century style, usually in rough-textured and unfinished materials, that frankly exhibits both structural and mechanical systems.” My friends at Cloth & Kind had a divine brutalist Tom Greene light fixture from Downtown in their #lcdqla Window.. read more →