THE CALIFORNIA CLOSETS MAGAZINE
When drummer Matt Sorum left Los Angeles for the desert, he shifted more than locales; his priorities radically changed.
World-famous ballet dancer Misty Copeland knew exactly what she wanted: an apartment with easy luxury and a chic dressing room of her own
Joy Cho built a successful web business from the ground up. Next project? A house that balances work, family, and life
Two city dwellers turned a 19th-century farm and a rundown mansion into a thriving business and an elegant home
Dan Brunn designed an eco-chic residence that not only straddles a stream but also bridges the future
Interior designer and TV celebrity Jeremiah Brent inspires creativity and camaraderie through serenity
Designer and stylist Emily Current recalls California roots to master her casual cool aesthetic
Brand executive and designer Kevin Sharkey focuses on the details to create lasting beauty
Luxury goods consultant Christina Juarez channels more is more on her road to maximalism
Inspired by design and connected 24/7, Anna Kocharian, like many twentysomethings, aims to create a serene home to recharge and boot up
For Amy Azzarito and Mark Fujiwara, their newlywed life is all about mergers and acquisitions
As new parents and first-time homeowners, Danny Montoya and Erin Feher get creative with space, time, and work-life balance
James Kicinski-McCoy and Aubrey McCoy’s blended family carves out space for hers, his, and theirs
Fine arts photographer Jeannette Montgomery Barron creates an album honoring her mother's fashion legacy
With friends, phone chargers, laundry, and after-school gigs multiplying, teenagers pose new challenges for Lily Kanter’s maturing family
Like many baby boomers who wanted it all and got it, Tammie and Phil Borders discover the upside of downsizing
At 77, Marie Jordan-Knox is aging gracefully, comfortably, lovingly—and exuberantly
Playwright and humorist Jenny Allen dissects this potent emotion
Martha Stewart believes more is more meaningful
Marie Kondo finds the joyfully edited life is well worth living
Artist and architect Johanna Grawunder’s brilliant creations combine function, technology, performance, and, of course, beauty.
Why a world too large, overwhelming and non-stop pushes us to organize—whether we like it, accept it, or even realize it.
A groundbreaking tribute, Rem Koolhaas’s Seattle Central Library rose from one question: How do patrons use a library?
Time stops in Baldomero Fernandez’s moody, memory-infused photographs, but his Cuban roots and passionate soul shine through.
At a cottage named Lola, Toronto interior designer Christine Ralphs finds friends her sustaining joy.
A dropout from a high-stress life, Suze Yalof Schwartz wants you to find calm and contentment at her drop-in meditation studio.
Contrary to popular belief, robots won’t (or shouldn’t be) helping you with household chores anytime soon
As house sizes shrink and technology improves, industry leaders are transforming futuristic concepts into reality.
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