Dahlia-obsessed, bright hue-loving, textile genius and artist Madeline Weinrib has an Instagram account, and if you’re as dazzled by the visuals as we are, double tap the “Follow.”As soon as you get a glimpse of her feed, your world might be forever changed.

If you’re looking to fold a bit of history into your visit to Vancouver, consider Skwachàys Lodge. Forging a connection to the area’s Aboriginal heritage, the hotel, atop a complex which offers affordable housing for Aboriginal people, promotes a unique model for the socially conscious traveler.

1. Who is your biggest role model?Would have to say my parents. They had such  great style and a love of design. 2. Which movie or play do you wish you could have designed the set for?A Single Man. The sets were perfection! 3.

Californians have a few go-to's when it comes to mini getaways and a small town tucked alongside the San Jacinto mountains is one of them. It’s Palm Springs, the one-time Old-Hollywood hangout that’s resurfaced as the ultimate weekend hideaway in recent years.

Never one to shy away from making a bold statement, San Francisco-based designer Ken Fulk, revealed his new collaborative collection with Pottery Barn, available later this August.

What do you do when you love acting, but you just happen to be an outstanding painter? You follow Jenny Andrews Anderson, the woman behind MFAMB :: My Favorite And My Best on Instagram. Jenny, who is not only the founder of The Whole World Theatre Company in Atlanta, is also world-class IG poster.

Originally a mechanic's shop, Henrybuilt white washed everything to create this clean and airy space in Mill Valley.

This piece originally appeared on Forbes. Fast-growing retailer Pirch leverages in-store showers, gourmet chefs and secret entrances to sell high-end appliances.At the Westfield Garden State Plaza mall in northern New Jersey only one storefront features a bathtub.

1. Who is your biggest role model?Growing up, my mother’s parents were super eclectic and major role models for me. They lived in the California desert and made all these wonderful additions and structures to their simple, single-level, ranch home.

Exciting news for design and food lovers alike in San Francisco this week. G.

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