Developed in the 1930’s and 40’s the prestigious and luxurious Movie Colony neighborhood has been home to some of Hollywood’s biggest stars such as Dinah Shore, Cary Grant, Estee Lauder, Marilyn Monroe and Tony Curtis.
One area of the home to come the furthest in terms of design over the years is the outdoor living space. What was once just a place to put a simple patio furniture set and maybe a grill are now elegantly designed spaces with dining areas fit for a restaurant and architectural features that would make even Michelangelo swoon.
One of our favorite wedding trends is the use of neutral color palettes - like green and blush! With the San Jacinto Mountains and Palm Springs as your backdrop you really don’t need much to wow your guests! Here are a few of our favorite details from Mimi + Joshua’s wedding, photography by the talented The Times We Have.
Our little city is brimming with some seriously talented creators, innovators and entrepreneurs, all working on truly spectacular projects, and after coming down from the dazzling glamour of Modernism Week, Coachella and Zenyara, we wanted to sit down and chat with someone who we felt exemplified the Palm Springs lifestyle.
As huge fans of the arts and the mission behind Desert X, we were excited to sit down with the non-profit’s Executive Director, Jenny Gil Shmitz, to get the inside scoop on the 2019 exhibition and what we can expect looking forward.
From hosting its own biannual Modernism week to inspiring shows like HGTV’s Desert Flippers, Palm Springs has become well known for its love affair with Mid-Century Modern design and for good reason.