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Purify Your Home with Living Walls

Purify your home with a living wall to breath cleaner air while California air quality takes time to improve post wildfires. When vertical gardens are used on the interiors of buildings, they can help improve air quality not only because plants naturally remove carbon dioxide and produce oxygen-rich air, but also because plants can filter […]

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History of Griffith Park

After successfully investing in mining, Griffith J. Griffith purchased Rancho Los Feliz (near the Los Angeles River) in 1882 and started an ostrich farm there. Although ostrich feathers were commonly used in making women’s hats in the late-19th century, Griffith’s purpose was primarily to lure residents of Los Angeles to his nearby property developments, which […]

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Chateau Marmont in Hollywood to become members-only hotel

  The Chateau Marmont, a Hollywood hotspot and hangout for nearly a century, will be converted into a members-only hotel over the next year. The owner, André Balazs, confirmed his plans to turn the 91-year-old building into a hotel at which a select group of members could buy into “a piece of a portfolio of […]

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Lowest Mortgage Rates in 50 Years

The Federal Reserve slashed interest rates today, trimming the federal funds rate by 0.50 percent to a range of 1-1.25 percent. The Fed is trying to stay ahead of disruptions and economic slowdown caused by the rapidly spreading coronavirus. -Bankrate.com Interest rates are now set in a 1 percent to 1.25 percent range, and Jerome […]

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Home Entryway

When selling or entertaining guests, the entryway of your home is the first impression. Just as important as curb able the entryway to your home will set the mood during that first impression. Even if your landscaping outside is not as lush as you’d like it to be, the entry will ultimately determine how your […]

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Kobe & Gigi Bryant Memorial

A memorial service for Kobe Bryant and his daughter will be held 10am, February 24 at the Staples Center. The date 2/24 could be symbolic, as Kobe Bryant wore No. 24 in the latter part of his illustrious NBA career and his daughter, Gianna, wore No. 2 for her youth basketball teams. Vanessa Bryant’s post […]

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Colors in Your Home

You home is your environment to live and grow. It is important to have the elements of your home reflect positivity into your life and that can be done through colors.   The Pantone Color Institute announced that the 2020 Color of the Year is PANTONE 19-4052 Classic Blue. Through extensive research into trends across […]

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The Top of Bel Air

LA’s hottest new listing 11490 Orum Dr, The Orum House, debuts its AIA award winning modern design offering unrivaled sophistication and true luxury. The architectural curvature and edges working isync to form a contemporary master piece with modern elements. Sweeping views of the Getty Museum to the ocean across to downtown, combine with top amenities such […]

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Top LA Hikes

Summer is coming! Time to prep your beach body by amping up your work out. Here are our favorite hikes in Los Angeles to kick start you into the best beach body of your life! If you live East Side & Hollywood we are big fans of Griffith Park. The Downtown to Pacific Ocean views are […]

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Interior Design in Los Angeles

LA has a variety of interior design styles and homes. You will find modern, cool contemporary, traditional Spanish, Hollywood Regency, and everything in between. One of our favorite interior designers is Kelly Wearstler for mastering elements of all of these design styles, especially Hollywood Regency. Above is Wearstler’s transformation of a home on Hillcrest Road […]

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Historic Homes in Los Angeles

We love new development but also have a strong appreciation for historic homes in Los Angeles. Some of the top historic homes in Los Angeles may be right in your neighborhood!   Greystone Mansion – The Doheny Estate, Beverly Hills Greystone Mansion, located in Beverly Hills, was built in 1928 for the son of oil […]

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Our Favorite from Frieze Los Angeles

The first annual Frieze Los Angeles was a great success at the renowned Paramount Studios. The back lots where filled with fun surprises, vip lounges, and performance art as galleries filled the center stage with contemporary art. Our favorite of Frieze Los Angeles was Doug Aitken represented by 303 Gallery located in New York. Doug Aitken […]

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