Elvis honeymooned here. Sinatra sang. And architects created some of the world’s most iconic mid-century modern homes. Palm Springs has long been a red-hot destination for the design savvy. So in honor of the annual Modernism Week, we’re sharing our favorite spots in this desert oasis, from must-see tours of designer digs to groovy gems from decades past. Eat:  Workshop Kitchen + Bar – Chef Michael Beckman’s Workshop Kitchen + Bar proves that you don’t have to choose between beauty AND brains. With his classic American fare and drop-dead stunning interiors, this restaurant is the first stop on

It’s been a long, strenuous winter at work so you’ve decided to treat yourself to some of those precious vacation days. After all, you deserve a Spring Break just as much as a student, right? But where do you go in the middle of March when all the ideal destinations are crawling with inebriated college kids? While the cerulean waters of Cabo and Cancun may sound nice, they’re standard spots for Spring Break debauchery. But it’s okay, because the world contains countless sophisticated escapes where you can sip your margarita

via Illinois Criminal Defense Cohabitation. No one said it was easy. Even the word itself is overly complicated. But when moving in with a SO, it’s important to have some design tricks up your sleeve. With these hacks you’ll protect those nightly cuddle sessions on the couch while eliminating the screaming matches and thrown plates. From compromising to open communication, here are the design rules for living better together. Related: Adventures in Cohabitation: A Move that Made a Happy Home  Start Fresh Revamp your space together, treating each room like

Flowers and chocolates are fine and all. But if we have to be honest, we wouldn’t mind, just once, having a seriously over-the-top Valentine’s Day surprise. So may we suggest that you *accidentally* leave this page open on your S.O’s laptop or ask a trusty friend to relay the message? And if they’re STILL not getting the hint, just tell them that dinner on a snowcapped mountain is exactly what Valentine’s Day dreams are made of. Because communication is key to any lasting relationship, right? So, turn up the heat this Valentine’s Day

Google “how to design your home when moving in with someone” and you’ll get a ton of results explaining how to compromise with your BF on that horrendous chair he wants to keep. But what about design for the recently dumped? After a breakup, a bedroom that was once a romantic refuge suddenly feels more like a battleground. You glance around your space and realize you’re sitting in a tomb of items that symbolize your fallen relationship. We’ve all been there. But just like chopping your hair off or working out,

Design by David Jimenez; Photo by Joshua McHugh for Architectural Digest. We all have that little voice in the back of our heads that tells us right from wrong. It reminds us to always say thank you and excuse me, never to chew with our mouths open, and to hold the door for little old ladies. But every now and then, it’s okay to listen to the devil on your shoulder and break a rule or two. Specifically, when it comes to interior design. Forget what you’ve heard about avoiding

Working out — it’s the top recorded new year’s resolution and the most abandoned. So we’re holding you accountable this year by making your hardest resolutions more fun to keep. Enter: Home School with Laurel & Wolf. We’ve teamed up with three of our favorite lifestyle brands to show you how to make the most out of hanging out at home! For our final homebody resolution, we partnered with Beyond Yoga — the body positive athleisure brand that seamlessly transitions from studio to street. Having a relaxing space at home where you can

Just when you thought you were off the hook for any more new year’s resolutions, we’re adding a couple extra to your plate. But unlike eating healthy, working out, or saving money, these resolutions are a bit more fun to keep. Enter: Home School with Laurel & Wolf. We’re teaming up with three of our favorite lifestyle brands to show you how to make the most out of hanging out at home! Up next, The Sill — the one stop shop for all of your plant needs. Though The Sill usually does the dirty work for

If you’re anything like us, by now your new year’s resolutions have probably lost some serious steam. But not to fear, there are still plenty of simple ways to improve mind, body and soul in 2017, all from the comfort of your own home. Enter: Home School with Laurel & Wolf. We’re teaming up with three of our favorite lifestyle brands to teach you how to make hanging out at home even more fun! First up, Foodstirs — the subscription baking company that makes cooking at home way more fun. Using their Ombré Pancake Kit, we joined forces to design the

We spend a lot of time in bed. A third of our lives, to be exact. But even if you’re clocking eight hours under the covers each night, that doesn’t necessarily mean you’re getting proper sleep. The truth is, our bedrooms have the power to make or break our quality of shut-eye. So to help you get the best snooze possible, we’ve compiled this handy bedroom design guide filled with doctor’s tips, scientifically proven sleep facts, and slumber-inducing secrets from interior designers. Keep It Clean A clean and relaxing bedroom

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