Keeping both comfort and quality in mind, these organizations are helping low-income families furnish their homes.
If you feel like your yard or patio could use a bit of an upgrade, here are a few ideas.
Transform your outdoor space to a beautifully nutritious sanctuary (or a cocktail garden) with tips from landscape designers and inspiration from the Cornerstone gardens.
San Francisco home goods boutique BaBoo wants to make your home a happy place. They even sell indoor swings!
Frank and Barbara Gonnella, who run the storied Occidental Union Hotel, show off their rustic, woodsy home filled with antiques, fieldstone walls and fireplaces.
Take your home from ho-hum to "oh wow" with these simple tips from Jim Rascoe of Ireko Design in Santa Rosa. You don't even need to buy anything!
We could all use a peaceful spot to get away from it all.
Forrest Lesch-Middelton has exhibited his exquisite ceramics around the U.S. He takes inspiration from Turkish and Persian designs to create tiles for floors, stairs, fireplaces, backsplashes and more.
Planning on celebrating love with a bottle of red and your favorite dark chocolate? You may want to reconsider.
Jewelry, fine art pieces, chocolates, decorations and more that make for great gifts for someone special, or a special treat just for you.
Local retailers continue to look for ways to navigate the daunting trifecta of flood, fire and pandemic.