Bay Area artisans approach their projects as creative challenges and turn out showpieces beyond expectations.
Ashley Turner and Cliff Williams take a tiny Berkeley Craftsman to new heights.
Variety in terms of color, shapes, sizes, and species make indoor plantscapes much more inviting.
A close and loving family is a blessing, no doubt. With it come both good feelings and happy memories, but also one big design dilemma: what to do with all the photos?
As a modern-day consumer, chances are you know where your veggies come from, how your eggs were raised, and even if the grapes used in your favorite glass of wine were sustainably harvested. But what about the tulips you purchased from the local florist or the beautiful orchids you couldn’t resist from the nearby grocery?
Varying textures, diversifying tones, going dark, and using organic materials can bring inspiration and class to a colorless and monochromatic home décor palette.
Three prices for renting offer an interesting survey of what’s available for renting in the East Bay.
For those who can't hire a professional decorator, the next best alternative is shopping from designer collaborations at retailers with lines at Target, Walmart, Macy's, or CB2.
Our survey of four price points for East Bay houses and condos offers a bird’s-eye-view of today’s market from Richmond to Castro Valley.
Affordable, adaptable, and temporary, the adhesive trend is sticking around.