Think art is just for walls? From fabric to dishware, home design gets artistic like never before.
Spoonflower takes custom design to a new level with wallpaper, fabric and gift wrap. This head turner is “Arrows” wallpaper by Holli Zollinger. Rolls overlap so the design works across the wall.$60 for standard 2’ x 12’ roll. spoonflower.com
Jonathan Adler’s white ceramic owls add whimsy and style to any bookshelf. Set of two, $195; wayfair.com
Designer Timothy Corrigan’s new five-piece, gold-accented Jardin Francais china collection was inspired by the ornamental gardens in France. Produced by Royal Limoges, the line is microwave and dishwasher safe. Five-piece collection, $375; gearys.com
Brooklyn artist Wayne Pate translates his original paintings into a playful and sophisticated collection of fabric and wallpaper. $67.50 per yard; studiofournyc.com
Brooklyn-based illustrator Julie Rothman focuses her talents on a new line of removable tile (photo above, top) and fabric. This design, Daydream, is $80 per yard in fabric and $58 for 2 tiles. hyggeandwest.com
With the Century Signature Collection, you pick the fabric, dimensions, number of panels and top design of a screen. This particular one is 7 feet tall with five panels and a rounded top. $5,625; centuryfurniture.com
Nicholas James Stone, founder of the Bluestone Lane specialty coffee chain, opens his first L.A. location in Studio City.
It’s surprising no one thought of it sooner—a pizza parlor near Los Angeles Valley College in Sherman Oaks. Luckily, Daniel Farrands, who has lived in the Valley for more than 20 years, has remedied the college-campus pizza drought. In December, Padrino’s Pizza quietly opened its doors, serving pastas and pies based on Farrands’ family recipes. […]