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The story of this family home proves that the old saying “never say never” is sometimes true.

For hot summer days, nothing is more appealing than tasting lighter, Chardonnay and Pinot Noir wines, especially on the cooler coast where the grapes are grown.

Many remodel tales begin with accounts of homes in bad condition. This story is a bit different. The family who owns this house bought it after it had been freshly remodeled by a contractor and, although everything was serviceable, the character of the Edwardian home had all but been erased.

Seasoned restaurateur Nick Mathers, the visionary behind The Eveleigh, Goldie’s and Little Ruby in Los Angeles, opens his newest restaurant, Elephante. Mathers, who was the lead architect and designer on the project, was inspired by a recent trip to Southern Italy, specifically the picturesque islan

1. How did you get your start in design?In 2000, we embarked on a massive remodel of our home. It was during this time that I became smitten with design and space planning.

Beautifully sited to take in the views, an outstanding synthesis of stone, wood, and water.

For years, there were few events as hotly anticipated in the Los Angeles art world than the Santa Monica Museum of Art's INCOGNITO benefit art sale.

With spectacular views, this newly completed luxury property, designed by Steinberg Hart, reflects the growing market for private, club-like amenities.

When it comes to dinnerware, what you eat off of can be almost as important to the enjoyment of a meal as what you eat. Presented on a beautiful plate, suddenly even something as familiar as a piece of toast becomes magical.

1. How did you get your start in architecture? I got my start in architecture at a very early age. My grandfather was a contractor and carpenter, so I was on construction sites even before I could walk.

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