Posts by Sarah Virginia White

You're never supposed to look directly into the sun, but we dare you not to stare at the hand-hammered flames of this mirror from SoCal's lampsplus.com.

Add Sacramento Street to your list of San Francisco design destinations if you haven't already.

It’s nearing Halloween, which means that skeletons and spooky design are on the brain—which might explain why I’m loving the vertebral appeal of the Chamont Chandelier by Jonathan Browning right now.

The best irony of attending ICFF in May was that I had just traveled across the country, only to discover some of California's most talented designers in a Manhattan conference center.

Not everyone dreams of being a city slicker. For many, the silhouette of a silo and the beauty of a barn are far more inspiring than any high-rise.

We love San Francisco's Hedge Gallery for its collection of elevated and unusual design, and our latest visit, to take a spin through Shadows, an exhibition of works by Welsh ceramicist Paul Philp, did not disappoint. Featuring some 30 works, some of which were released from the artist's personal re

In the early months of 1989, architecture student Mark Rogero was living in a leaky Emeryville warehouse with no gas, no water and no electricity.

Fabric freaks swoon at the mention of Britex Fabrics, an industry and craft standard in the heart of San Francisco and the most fabulous place to while away an entire day among shibori-dyed cotton or French heirloom lace. So imagine how thrilled we are to be giving away four of the store’s limited edition Sweet Heart Squared Totes to our readers.

JoSon's path to artful photography was a winding one, but it originated with a sketchpad in a Buddhist temple in Vietnam.

Call me a sucker for great packaging, but I'm suddenly very passionate about keeping all the touchscreens in my life in pristine condition—and it's all because of the gadget-cleaning cuteness of AM's new collection.

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