Icon - Arrow Left An icon we use to indicate a rightwards action.
Icon - Arrow Right An icon we use to indicate a leftwards action.
Icon - External Link An icon we use to indicate a button link is external.
Icon - Message The icon we use to represent an email action.
Icon - Down Chevron Used to indicate a dropdown.
Icon - Close Used to indicate a close action.
Icon - Dropdown Arrow Used to indicate a dropdown.
Icon - Location Pin Used to showcase a location on a map.
Icon - Zoom Out Used to indicate a zoom out action on a map.
Icon - Zoom In Used to indicate a zoom in action on a map.
Icon - Search Used to indicate a search action.
Icon - Email Used to indicate an emai action.
Icon - Facebook Facebooks brand mark for use in social sharing icons.
Icon - Instagram Instagrams brand mark for use in social sharing icons.
Icon - Pinterest Pinterests brand mark for use in social sharing icons.
Icon - Check Mark A check mark for checkbox buttons.
Above: Artist/designers Mason St. Peter and Serena Mitnik-Miller, the couple behind General Store in LA and SF and the authors of Abode: Thoughtful Living with Less, are selling their Topanga Canyon house; they’ll be having an open house on Sunday from 1 to 4 pm; go to Canyon Haus for more info. One of our favorite LA shops, Counter-Space, is opening in a new space at 1837 Hyperion Avenue; to celebrate, they’re throwing an opening party on Sunday, February 23 (tamales and sangria on offer). In SF: March is hosting Grilled Cheese Monday on February 24, from 5 pm to 7 pm. Brooklyn housewares shop Primary Essentials is offering readers a chance to win $700 worth of entertaining essentials, including a Barbican Trolley from Dims, a mixed pack of Usual Wines, and gift cards from Areaware and The Primary Essentials. Enter here. And in Paris: our glassblowing friends La Soufflerie have opened their first shop at 26 rue Lecourbe, 75015 Paris. Fan notes that CB2 is now offering vintage furniture and home goods, curated by designer and collector Charlie Ferrer. Michele Varian has moved her shop from SoHo to Brooklyn; drop in at 400 Atlantic Avenue. We’ll be heading to the Hans Hofmann on Paper exhibit at Bookstein Projects, 60 E 66th Street, this coming week; it runs through March 28. On view: twenty works on paper made between 1935 and 1944 by the renowned postwar abstract painter.