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  • Top 10 home galleries so far this year

     
    Our top 10 new home galleries published from January through June, ranked by page views: 1. Ennis House. When Frank Lloyd Wright completed the Ennis House in 1924, he immediately considered it his favorite of the four concrete-block houses that......
  • 12 home decor sales for the Fourth of July weekend and beyond

     
    It certainly feels like summer, but retailers are already thinking fall. With so many stores running sales this holiday weekend, we decided to present a roundup of home and garden discounts: Mitchell Gold & Bob Williams L.A. Summer Tag Sale......
  • America's depressed and it's the economy's fault [Most commented]

     
    To the rest of the English-speaking world, the U.S. isn’t looking so great these days, Op-ed columnist Tim Rutten writes Wednesday. A conservative British newspaper described the U.S. as depressed and anticipating more economic struggles in the...
  • Consumer Confidential: IKEA cuts prices, virtual sushi, Viking pays big fine

     
    Here's your wishin'-and-hopin' Wednesday roundup of consumer news from around the Web: -- Doing some decorating? IKEA has a deal for you. The king of ready-to-assemble furniture says it's dropping prices by up to 3% this year and expects similar......
  • The Deal: Summer sales roundup for home and garden

     
    While the rest of Los Angeles obsesses over "Carmageddon," we present a selection of home and garden sales, all online or at least east of the 405: Alessi: The modern Italian housewares company is taking 20% off the Cactus, Mediterraneo,......
  • Victory garden posters: propaganda as affordable modern art

     
    Joe Wirtheim showed the latest prints in his Victory Garden of Tomorrow series, on view at the Renegade Craft Fair last weekend. Inspired by World War II propaganda posters, the artist from Portland, Ore., has been creating his own Victory......
  • Stepping out on the recycled red carpet

     
    When the Grammys and Oscars unroll their red carpets later this month, they'll be made from recycled water bottles. The power used during the telecasts will be 100% renewable. The food served will be organic and locally grown. It's all......
  • The dark side of LEDs: Some colored lights contain lead

     
    As the light from incandescent bulbs dims in the face of their impending phase-out, new concerns are being raised about the hazardous materials contained in some of their more energy-efficient replacements, such as light-emitting diodes or LEDs. While...
  • Viola Park opens showroom for its modern, modular, mid-priced kitchens

     
    Shopping for a kitchen from Viola Park, the lower-priced offshoot of custom cabinetmaker Henrybuilt, used to require using a "configuration tool" on the Seattle manufacturer's website. Not any longer. Now, customers can shop for cabinets, countertop,...
  • Pro Portfolio: Proto Home smart home debuts in Baldwin Hills with Web telemetry and iPad control

     
    Every Monday, we post a new home whose design is presented in the designer's or the builder's own words. This week: Builder: Frank Vafaee, CEO and founder, Proto Homes, Los Angeles Landscape designer: Sean Knibb, Knibb Design, Venice Location: Baldwin.......
  • Home Tour: This definitely is not IKEA

     
    Our latest home profile: Alexis Hadjopulos, the man behind TINI and ThisIsNotIkea.com. Follow writer Lizzie Garrett Mettler through Hadjopulos' mash-up of modern and vintage, rough and refined, designer decor and garage-sale scores. You'll see the full...