Author: Sharon King Hoge

Even if she’s not a gardener, chances are that every mother favors flowers.

The fabric and wallpaper designer talks color trends, combining fabrics, and more.

This climate-conscious couple created a shower that conserves water without losing water pressure.

Located deep in a state forest, Mohicans Treehouse Resort must be seen to be believed.

"I pride myself that my life is work and family," says an Italian designer launching her own line of home décor.

A renowned decorator and architect, the Paris native has worked all over the world.

A designer couple produces a debut line of fixtures and fittings for Waterworks.

The avant-garde creations of Red Bliss Design have transformed party and wedding invitations.

One of the Bay Area’s most respected exhibition designers, Ted Cohen has been creating inspired museum, gallery and private art environments for more than 56 years. He has designed hundreds of shows for institutions across the country, from the Oakland Museum—where he was an in-house exhibition designer for more than 26 years—to the Museum of Contemporary Crafts (now Museum of Arts and Design) in New York. In 2000, the American Craft Council named him an Honorary Fellow, a distinction awarded to those who have made an outstanding contribution to the crafts in America.