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May 2018

Welcome to the exciting next chapter of Phoenix Home & Garden.

From Rainmade Design, local creator of concrete architectural finishes, comes a line of customizable fire features crafted by owner and artisan Matt Noakes.

Tuft & Needle's modern take on the beanbag chair.

Along with jewelry or Sunday brunch, flowers are a traditional go-to Mother’s Day gift. While much can be said for a delivered bouquet, go a step further and show mom your love with a remembrance that continues to give.

Learn which oils can bring harm to your furry and feathered friends.

A chocolatey concoction for coffees, cocktails and even ice cream sundaes.

A Phoenix hotel embraces Arizona's unique mythology and geology.

Chef Barbara Pool Fenzl gets cooking with a spring harvest.

The east Valley town is bursting with creativity in every corner.

Inspired by the scent of the white cactus flower, a new fragrance is born.

A unique blend of Native American, Mexican, Spanish and Modern influences defines our regional aesthetic.

Want to know a secret?

Vintage film posters shed light on the West of the past.

Embracing his home’s breathtaking vistas, an architect turns the traditional floor plan upside down.

Look inside the creative minds putting the finishing touches on beautiful homes.

Check out our top picks for the season!

Celebrating the indoor-outdoor way of life, Sonoran style.

Learn more about the sources in our May 2018 issue.

A local painter’s remodeled abode is a personalized retreat designed for relaxing, creating and showcasing an array of artworks.

A local collector celebrates Native American pottery.

This Scottsdale-based interior designer has indulged her passion for travel by exploring the world, traversing borders and immersing herself in cultures in search of truly unique handcrafted treasures.

Luxurious products for the ultimate alfresco experience.

Use this ancient Japanese method of repairing broken pottery to give new life and beauty to your valuables.

Inspired by the stately saguaro, a sparse landscape is transformed into a show-stopping profusion of native flora.