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Putting Down Roots

Putting Down Roots

A family of six finds bucolic bliss in a historic Clarksburg home. By Catherine Warmerdam Photograph by Create + Gather Russell and Lacy Berry always assumed they’d...
Kitchen Crush Spring

The Kitchen We’re Crushing on Right Now – Spring 2018

When it came time to remodel the kitchen of her 1926 bungalow in midtown Sacramento, Dale Blunden decided to embrace, not erase, the home’s...
bathing beauties

Bathing Beauties

Three designers share their tricks for transforming the most private space in the house. by marybeth bizjak | photography by kat alves INTO THE WOODS For a...
Longhorn

Full Circle

A country girl returns to her hometown, family in tow, to embrace rural life. By Marybeth Bizjak Photography by Nicole Dianne Interior design: Whitney Fecteau, Design Shop...
Hang it Up

Hang It Up

YOU’VE HEARD THAT necessity is the mother of invention. Exhibit A: John Pemberton. A few years ago, he was living in San Francisco in...
Aimee Griffin, Sacramento Interior Designer

Art For Your Walls

When she decorated her living room, Sacramento interior designer Aimee Griffin opted for a luxe touch, covering one wall in hand-painted chinoiserie wallpaper from...
Big in Japan felt coasters

Big in Japan

BROWSE THE AISLES OF DAISO, the popular Japanese discount store, and you’re bound to discover a useful kitchen gadget you didn’t know you needed...
IT WAS ONLY NATURAL that Erik Christoffersen would build a thoroughly modern vacation home in Martis Camp, the private luxury development outside of Truckee. The five-bedroom, 5,923-square-foot home is laid out “like an accordion in terms of how it functions,” explains Christoffersen.

In Its Element

By Catherine Warmerdam Photography by Martis Camp Realty Architect: Blaze Makoid Architecture Interior Designer: John Giacomazzi Contractor: Heslin Construction IT WAS ONLY NATURAL that Erik Christoffersen would build a...
Whitewashed pine paneling and white painted beams give this Lake Tahoe condo a clean, modern look. ‘The homeowners have great taste and a fantastic eye for design,’ says architect Dustin Littrell.

Winter White

Once dark and gloomy, a Tahoe lakefront condo lightens up. By Marybeth Bizjak Photography by Kat Alves Architecture and design: Popp Littrell Architecture + Interiors Most people hear...
Sarah Coleman and Akim Aginsky left the bustling Bay Area and moved to Nevada City, they agreed they’d give it a year. They bought an A-frame cabin on 10 acres, complete with a large, fenced-in garden, a separate workshop for Aginsky and a studio for Coleman.

Goodbye, City Life

In Nevada City, an artistic couple embraces the solitude and beauty at the end of a gravel road. By Marybeth Bizjak Photography by Kat Alves When Sarah Coleman and Akim...

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The Unbeach House

The Unbeach House

You won’t find seashells and nautical knickknacks in this modern marvel on Washington state’s Puget Sound. By Marybeth Bizjak Photography by Nicole Dianne Design: Leyla Jaworski, Design...
Experience This

Experience This

On June 2, the Crocker Art Museum will auction off several once-in-a-lifetime “art experiences,” including a tour of Belgian designer Axel Vervoordt’s castle and...
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Sweet Spot

WHEN CHOCOLATIER GINGER HAHN decided to open a new boutique in San Francisco’s Cow Hollow neighborhood, she knew just who to call to design...