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July 2017

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Editor's Welcome

SPACES Editor-in-chief Zahid Sardar gives an introduction to the latest issue.

Conversations with Art

San Francisco gallerist Francis Mill's loft is now a soapbox for midcentury art and design.

Wild Things

Interior designers Jeff and Tray Schlarb mix shapes, colors and textures in their midcentury sea cliff home.

Rock Steady

A Rock-and-Roll-inflected collaboration brings color and texture to the sumptuous interior of this otherwise unassuming San Rafael craftsman.

The Real Deal

Solid wood, steel and glass transform a trompe l'oeil artist's warehouse home.

Country Colors

A Napa designer debuts his best work at home, alongside a garden by Katherine Webster.

The Tropics in California

In Kentfield, a temperate Zone 17 hillside is now a lush wonderland.


San Francisco's Ben Frombgen designs the best seats in the house.

Lost and Found in India

In Tamil Nadu, a Vedic-style retreat is restorative by design.

Molding Clé

A Sausalito designer redefines tile. Again.

At Home in the World

Design in unlikely places.

Reinventing the Bathroom

Barbara Sallick, author of The Perfect Bath and co-founder of Waterworks, brings European style to the most important room in the house.

Horse Sense

San Francisco architect Julie Dowling rescues dilapidated stables in Marin with mathematical precision.

Playing With Noguchi

A 20th-century sculptor's interactive art for playgrounds.

Dots, Lines and Crosshatches

Designers' scribbles turn into airy, elegant, witty forms.

Flower Power

Celebrate the summer.

Rise and Shine

Towers in San Francisco have always been indicators of a new awakening.
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