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 am headed to LA for Legends of La Cienega this week. I am thrilled to be a part of Blogger Breakfast  & Legends 2017 Kick-Off on Wednesday hosted by Chairish and media partner California Home & Design (CHD). Anna Brockway, Co-Founder of Chairish, is going to be joined by Nate Berkus.  The two of them.. read more →

I am thrilled to announce that I will be returning to Los Angeles for Legends 2017 presented by La Cienega Design Quarter. I am honored to be an Ambassador for the 3rd time for this must attend design event of the year. The group of ambassadors is full of talented creatives that I am humbled.. read more →

Legends of La Cienega is my favorite design event of the year.  I look forward to it each spring.  This event brings together the best and brightest for a common love of design. The 3 days are packed with events galore.  It is truly “Spring Break” for designers giving us the opportunity to meet and.. 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 →

I am thrilled to be included in Elle Decor…um…did they say I am a tastemaker?…blushing.  SUMMER DESIGN TRENDS YOU’LL LOVE THIS YEAR—STRAIGHT FROM TOP TASTEMAKERS The ambassadors for this year’s La Cienega Design Quarter (LCDQ) Legends event know a thing or two about design. Here, they share the trends we can look forward to in the warmer.. 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 →