Highlights from the Chron's H&G:
Design Spotting: A 1920s cottage in fire-torn Angora hills is a model for rebuilding: Zahid Sardar features Juniper Ledge, a 1,300-square foot cabin on the south side of Lake Tahoe. Designed by architect Warren Charles Perry, the home has a sleeping loft, rodent-proof tin closet for putting away linens and mattresses in the winter, hardwood floors and clear, furniture-quality redwood throughout.
Also from H&G:
Take Two: Elevating a concrete yard to glamorous heights: A patch of concrete and gravel in outer Noe Valley becomes a play yard for a child and a modern viewing spot for architect/designer parents. Zahid Sardar tells us how in his piece in Sunday's Chronicle
Design Dilemmas: Mix window treatments to stay warm: Beryn Hammil advises a SF homeowner with single pane windows to combine elements for insulation
Around the House: Thos. Moser's Vita dining set: Susan Fornoff says the solid cherry dining table and chairs stopped traffic at H&G
Around the House: Erin Adams' Luna tiles - upscale, recycled: Susan thinks all "upscale eyes" will be on the recycled aluminum and glass tiles
Images: Eric Luse, Paul Dyer, Beryn Hammil, Thos. Moser, Erin Adams