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Mari Tzikas Suarez

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Basking in Style

Meghan Phillips and her family live without central heat—but her home is as cozy as it gets. It’s thanks in large part to the welcoming style of the living room, which was recently reimagined...

Home, Again

Of course Miles Harley has some nostalgia for his childhood home. But that didn’t keep him and his wife, Nina, from completely gutting the 1950s ranch house and transforming it into a home that...

Festive in the Foothills

Rain drumming on the roof. Ina Garten hot chocolate (or whiskey or cabernet) in hand. And a wonderland of decorations all around. That’s how newlyweds Justin and Whitney Fecteau do the holidays.“I love decorating,...

Ready, Set, Celebrate

Hang up the lab coat; grab the table linens. For decades, that was Ralph de Vere White, M.D.’s evening routine. “My wife, Antoinette, would shop and cook and watch the kids all day, and...

Designed By Dobrinski

Kele and Christina Dobrinski spent years living in San Francisco, but it took only a few days for them to decide to ditch the bidding wars of Oakland and buy in Sacramento instead. Originally...

Simply Mind-Googling

“I don’t know; it’s hard for me to picture it.”If Curtis Popp and Dustin Littrell of architecture and interior design firm Popp Littrell had a nickel for every time they heard that...Luckily, they’re hearing...

Workshopping Up an Appetite

Masullo owner Robert Masullo spent years mastering the craft of making Neapolitan-style pizza. Now he and his sister-in-law, Jennifer Marnach, are bringing an assortment of other crafts to the Land Park restaurant’s newly opened back...

'Follow Me Home'

Every month, fashion and lifestyle blogger Alicia Lund welcomes 45,000 visitors to her blog, Cheetah Is the New Black. She also virtually welcomes them inside her home, a newly renovated two-story colonial that serves...

One Sweet Sanctuary

For Rick Welts and Todd Gage, high design is the perfect complement to their high-demand jobs. “We split our time between San Francisco and Sacramento, so when we pull in the driveway here, it...

Pops in the Park

HOW DOES ONE SUCCESSFULLY MIX Arts and Crafts, Colonial, Native American, Asian and African design disciplines? It definitely takes intrepid tastes and great talent. But it also takes trust. (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || ).push({}); When Joan...

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