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RH’s Newest Gallery Has One of the Most Comprehensive of Luxury Home Furnishings in the World

Photo credit: Jennifer Wade
Photo credit: Jennifer Wade

From Veranda

RH, a luxury home furnishings and lifestyle brand, is opening its first gallery at the company’s home base in Marin County, California. RH Marin, which is located at the Village at Corte Madera, opens for business today at 11 a.m. PST, offering so much more than just sleek and stylish home furnishings.

The 60,000 square-foot, six-level compound houses both its modern and outdoor collections, and boasts one of the most comprehensive collections of luxury home furnishings in the world. RH Marin is also home an RH Interior Design Firm & Atelier, a rooftop restaurant,

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Home Health Trends That Haven’t Stood the Test of Time

When looking at the features of our homes today, it can be difficult to remember that houses didn’t all start out this way—it took centuries of design evolution to get to what we now consider a “normal” layout of a home. It’s possible to trace some design features back to their origins as ways to prevent the spread of infectious diseases. And though it has yet to be seen exactly how the COVID-19 pandemic will influence home design, in 2020 we at least have the benefit of modern science and technology. But that hasn’t always been the case. There are

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the Italian design guru offering a holiday home fit for a princess

La Poste Vecchia
La Poste Vecchia

Extraordinary times call for ­extraordinary measures, as Marie-Louise Sciò discovered during the Covid-19 lockdown. When Italy became the first European country to be hit by the pandemic, the Rome-based CEO and design director of Pellicano Hotels scooped up her family and took refuge in their hotel, La Posta Vecchia, on the shores of the Tyrrhenian Sea. 

It was a homecoming of sorts for Sciò, who had spent part of her childhood living in the 17th century villa. Following two months in residence, she has decided to share it with others as a private villa, rather than re­open

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Czech Home Features a Roof-Shaped Second-Story Greenhouse

It may look odd, but enveloping an entire home within a glass greenhouse is a great way to make it more hospitable in punishing winter weather. We’ve seen this concept work brilliantly in Stockholm, where a pre-existing home was simply shielded by a structure made of four-millimeter security glass, and all the way up in the Arctic Circle in Norway. For the latter, a family built their own three-story cob home within a glass geodesic dome, allowing them to grow fruit trees, grapes, herbs, tomatoes, and squash well outside the brief summer growing season.

But what if you don’t want

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The Design World’s Biggest Names Are Auctioning Off Their Services

Photo credit: Courtesy of Design Unites
Photo credit: Courtesy of Design Unites

From ELLE Decor

As companies around the globe continue to find ways to give back to communities hit hardest by the novel coronavirus, the design world is getting in on the action with the Design Unites auction, which launches its second batch of biddable items today. This special charity sale, put together by Hearst’s Luxury Design Collection (and outlined below) unveiled it’s first lot of biddable items in mid-April, raising nearly $100,000 to date. The current lot was just released, which you can bid on now through July 7.

For background: As a part

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