Trendy. Eclectic. Walkable. Palm Springs is a treasure hunter paradise. Tucked along palm tree lined streets is a wonderful assortment of fashion and crafts boutiques, galleries, artist studios and vintage valuables. Many cafes and restaurants are squeezed between to allow you to rest your feet for a bite, latte or martini.
- Posted By: November 30, 2018
By Barbara Beckley
“We’re men about towne,” Brandon Hoskins says with a twinkle in his eye. That’s how he likes to describe himself and his partner Stephen Wilson. And so they are – as interior designers and co-owners of one of Palm Springs’ premiere interior décor boutiques, frequented by locals, visitors and fellow interior designers from LA to Paris.
- Posted By: November 27, 2018
By Debra Hovel
My husband Richard and I first visited Palm Springs in about 1999 just before we sold our design company in Minneapolis. We stayed in Palm Desert and found it to be so suburban we drove into Palm Springs and drove around trying to see what made it so special. It took us two visits before we discovered the Art Museum, Uptown design district and Modernism Week. Then we were goners.
- Posted By: July 09, 2018
- Posted By: Barbara Beckley March 05, 2018
The Palm Springs’ vintage advantage is truly endless. Looking for vintage Pucci? Top-drawer mid-century furnishings? Estate jewelry? Collectibles from Disney characters to ’56 Corvettes? You’ll find them all – I know from experience – in the South Palm Canyon Shopping District.