On the Market: What does $4.8 million get you in Dana Point?

Living spaces with see-through—even disappearing—retractable walls? While the concept seems utterly modern, Laguna Beach architect Anders Lasater traces the aesthetic to the 1920s. That’s...

On the Market: What does $2.5 million get you in Laguna Beach?

Living spaces with see-through—even disappearing—retractable walls? While the concept seems utterly modern, Laguna Beach architect Anders Lasater traces the aesthetic to the 1920s. That’s...

Home: Home as Little Black Dress

Interior designer Melissa Palazzo’s 1950s home, which she has done in a classic black-and-white palette, has all the qualities of a little black dress:...

An Uber-Modern Coastal Home with All the Amenities of a Resort

A typical California beach house conjures quaint images—weathered bungalows strewn with bougainvillea and decorated with secondhand furnishings. But for one high-powered Colorado couple, who like...

How many fireplaces do you get in Newport Coast for $9.5 million?

It may lack the crackle of a wood fire, but using gas or electricity is cleaner, easier, and, with the occasional ban on burning...

How many fireplaces do you get in Huntington Beach for $2.5 million?

It may lack the crackle of a wood fire, but using gas or electricity is cleaner, easier, and, with the occasional ban on burning...

How many Laguna Beach fireplaces do you get for $20 million?

It may lack the crackle of a wood fire, but using gas or electricity is cleaner, easier, and, with the occasional ban on burning...

503 Found: Inside This Home Shop

When Kim Rodosky designs a room, she loves to incorporate items created by talented local artisans. So in late May, when she opened her...

Living in Harmony—With 6 Kids

With a house full of young children, interior designer Kim Rodosky and her husband, Steve, a PIMCO portfolio manager, were fast outgrowing their four-bedroom...

Seaside Grotto: A Spectacular, Whimsical Hideaway Fit for a Mermaid

The aptly named oceanfront Rock House is a South Laguna landmark. The home is nestled into a huge excavated boulder at the mouth of Aliso Creek. From the street, the house blends into the rock formations on each side—there are even boulder pieces on the home’s concrete rooftop.