Fountain Hills bookworms and audiophiles have a new shop where they can get lost in the stacks. Atticus Books & Music opened in Plaza Fountainside, at 12625 N. Saguaro Blvd., last fall.
Four tips for caring for your cacti and succulents from the Central Arizona Cactus and Succulent Society
A young entrepreneur launches Let's Go Compost, which upcycles empty bins from local businesses into free worm compost bins for the Phoenix and Scottsdale community.
The flower and coffee shop led by teen entrepreneur Dylan Capshaw has opened a second location in Phoenix’s historic Heritage Square. Stemistry, located in the Teeter Carriage House at 618 E. Adams St., offers affordable, pre-made bouquets and invites customers to design their own arrangements at a build-your-own bouquet bar.
In her new collection for Schumacher, artist Hera Ford studies florals through the lens of vintage botanical drawings with inspiration from her family’s connection to the land.
Tiffany Taplashvili was told she always had the best favors for her kids’ parties. Earlier this year she launched Tiffany’s Candy Co., sharing colorful candy boards showcasing a rainbow of gummy confections for people across the country looking to sweeten up any occasion.
Downtown Phoenix fine-dining spot Anhelo Restaurant has a refreshed space to match its award-winning, reinvented wine program.
With patio season in full swing, bring your living outdoors with the help from five of our favorite designer showrooms.
The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation and Steelcase have joined forces to release furniture and textiles inspired by the late architect beginning in 2023.
Benjamin Timpson was grappling with domestic violence inflicted on his cousin and the revelation of his family’s generationally concealed Puebloan ancestry. Those two events coalesced and sparked the beginnings of “Illuminated Lives,” a series of portraits of indigenous women intricately constructed with butterfly wings, now on display at Lisa Sette
Bringing nearly three decades of museum experience across three continents, Simon Tipene Adlam is the new director of the Arizona Museum of Natural History.
The healing plants of the Sonoran Desert. Restorva, which launched last year with its Luminous Botanical Moisturizer, uses creosote bush (also known as chaparral), prickly pear extract and aloe to create a product that is hydrating, soothing and offers anti-aging benefits
Scottsdale’s Pride Park is abuzz with new amenities and plants that are attracting people and pollinators alike
This month, Shawn Silberblatt and Chad Campbell will open Dialog, which was designed by Phoenix Home & Garden Masters of the Southwest award-winning architect Wendell Burnette.
The Genuine's chef Jeremy Pacheco shares with us the recipe for his popular lamb meatballs.
The last thing you want to do in the Arizona heat is turn on the oven. We asked Perry Rea, owner, master blender, and olive oil sommelier at Queen Creek Olive Mill to share with us some refreshing summer recipes to help you stay cool (and satiated).
Diana Ferguson and Anthony Barbano have teamed up to produce a collection of bead stitched floral pins, featuring hand-blown glass focals with intricate details reminiscent of succulents.
Two-time Michelin-starred Chef Danny Grant is back for a second helping with his new neighborhood restaurant, etta.
The historic Egyptian Motor Hotel has been restored by the longtime owners of Las Palmas and Rebel Hospitality, bringing the fun and kitsch of its midcentury roots together with modern amenities and in its 49 guest rooms.
Santé, a new high-end restaurant in Scottsdale, offers a fresh approach to health-conscious, organic dining. Here, co-owner Nico Doniele shares his thoughts on the new restaurant and its mission to provide more inclusive cooking for people with all dietary restrictions.
Imagine living in a dwelling programmed for the well-being of all its inhabitants. New home wellness technology focuses on creating a healthier home, from lighting optimized to follow circadian rhythm, to air and water purification systems powered by artificial intelligence.
Jeremy Mikolajczak will serve as the CEO and Sybil Harrington director of Phoenix Art Museum. We recently sat down with Mikolajczak to discuss his plans to diversify the museum's offerings, from the people and cultures represented in the artworks to the growing need to engage younger audiences.
The Ullman Center for the Art of Philip C. Curtis at Phoenix Art Museum has officially reopened with the arrival of the exhibit “Philip C. Curtis and the Landscapes of Arizona,” now on view through Dec. 31.
Embrace the wallpaper trend in 2022. Form Paper Co. bring statement-making style to any home or office. The boutique collection features high-quality, modern patterns that homeowners can simply peel and stick onto the wall.
The Wrigley Mansion recently became home to a spectacular new piece by local artist Ed Mell.
Dennis and Kristen capture the unique beauty of the Sonoran Desert Southwest.
Phoenix Home and Garden editor-in-chief John Roark buckles in for a one on one interview with local jewelry artist Cynthia Downs.
Moore's work ranges from pencil drawings to sculptures to oil paintings and so much more.
See Taylor's work at the Arizona Fine Art Expo in Scottsdale through March 27.
Learn how watercolor helped save Jon Crocker from personal tragedy.
Sleep among the stars and red rock giants at Ambiente: A Landscape Hotel in Sedona. The first of its kind, this luxurious adults-only retreat will immerse guests in the breathtaking natural environment of Sedona’s dramatic rock formations.
Dale Chihuly’s visually stunning glass masterpieces return to the Sonoran Desert in spectacular fashion with a joint exhibition at the Desert Botanical Garden and Frank Lloyd Wright’s Taliesin West from Dec. 3, 2021 through June 19, 2022.
Bring the vibrant colors of Southwestern blooms into your home with Desert Wildflowers, a collection of ceramic tiles designed by interior designer and author Julia Buckingham in collaboration with Country Floors.
Canal Convergence will make its voyage back to Scottsdale Waterfront Nov. 5-14. The theme for the free annual public art installation explores interplay of tech and art.
My Sister’s Closet has gotten a chic new upgrade. The luxury consignment boutique opened its 12th location at Biltmore Fashion Park and now has a high-fashion aesthetic to match its curated collection of secondhand women’s couture. “The new store is very clean in its design,” says CEO and founder Ann
The new “Shapes From Home” collection by furniture designer Levi Christiansen was inspired by lucid dreams the self-taught artisan experienced as a child.
The Found House, a new home decor boutique in the Pearson Place Historic District of Phoenix, blends vintage and modern design with a desert influence. Owned by interior designer Sarah Rhodes, the space features vintage Turkish and Moroccan rugs, new and found furniture and small-batch, artisan-made favorites.
Renowned restaurateur and brand developer Sam Fox has forayed into luxury hospitality with his forthcoming hotel, The Global Ambassador.
The Arizona Biltmore, A Waldorf Astoria Resort, recently underwent a site-wide transformation that took 15 months to complete. We spoke with architect Erik Peterson about the steps he took to preserve the property's iconic Frank Lloyd Wright aesthetic while bringing it into a new era.
Oliver Smith recently launched as part of the 40th anniversary celebration of his high-end watch and jewelry business, Oliver Smith Jeweler.
Hosting doesn’t have to be hard. With the help of these local event and entertainment services, it’s now easier than ever to be the hostess with the mostess. Here are five of our favorite ways to throw unforgettable events from the comfort of your own home.
Now on view at the entrance of the City of Tucson Parks and Recreation Department is the aptly titled “Red Stallion,” a bronze sculpture by Al Glann.
Calling all yogis—in partnership with Chopra Global and Dr. Deepak Chopra, CIVANA Wellness Resort & Spa is bringing a bimonthly “Whole Health Retreat” to the high Sonoran Desert.
We recently sat down with blogger Kierslyn Kujawa, who spilled the dirt with us on the secrets to keeping houseplants happy, healthy and free of pests and diseases.
Hydrate IV Bar, a recently opened drip room at 40th Street and Camelback Road, will offer Arcadia residents a new place to indulge in immunity-boosting shots in the form of vitamins and minerals delivered on-demand into the bloodstream.
For those unsure what to wine and dine on this season and beyond, we turned to Peggy Fiandaca of local LDV Winery to get her perfect food and wine pairings for every season.
Spring patio season has arrived, making it the perfect time of year to soak in Phoenix and Scottsdale sunsets, pristine views and luscious libations. These seven open-air, rooftop bars and lounges are the perfect places to unwind and enjoy the best of what spring in the Valley has to offer.
Plant lovers, rejoice! These five plant-centric products make it easy to connect with nature year-round. No green thumb required.
A pioneering research project imagines the ultimate healthful home.
Tolleson’s Bravada Yachts is transforming the houseboat industry.
The 17th annual Arizona Fine Art Expo opens Friday, January 15.
Tabitha Evans lays out essential lessons for budding interior designers looking for a leg up in their career.
Ansel Adams was a champion of mid-century landscape photography, an environmental activist and co-founder of the Center for Creative Photography (CCP) in Tucson.
Charts, graphs and information on planting fruit trees in grass, gravel or dirt in the Arizona desert.
Extended coverage on Scottsdale's Canal Convergence, Tucson Museum of Art and award-winning architecture firm Studio Ma.
The iconic David and Gladys Wright House has had a fraught history in its Arcadia neighborhood, but now its future is looking bright.
Floral designer Morgan Anderson breaks down the tricks to a stunning centerpiece.
A new gastropub at Desert Highlands golf course celebrates the legendary golfer.
The urban farming expert talks fruit tree education, the local food economy and a lifelong passion for sustainable produce.
The prolific author, photographer and recipe creator shares the story behind her new cookbook.
"Phoenix Cooks" explores some of the best-known chef-driven menu items in town.
We check in with the husband-and-wife design duo about their days at home.
The decorated chef shares how she's keeping busy while socially distancing.
We've rounded up recipes for our favorite cocktails and frosty treats that will transport your taste buds to cooler weather.
We catch up with the museum's new Jacquie Dorrance Curator of Fashion Design, Helen Jean.
In this time of economic and social uncertainty, more and more people are turning to growing their own food.
We interview four design professionals about how COVID-19 is affecting their businesses.
Six complimentary weeks of education activities offered by the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation.
How to keep your mind, body and spirit healthy while staying at home.
An exclusive interview with the author the The Hike Book, Mare Czinar.
The long-running showcase of gems, minerals and fossils leaves no stone unturned.
Discover local artists at various coffee shops around the Valley.
Phoenix Home & Garden talks with Gary about his style, inspiration and illustrious career.
Industry-leading preservation efforts turn an eye toward the future at Taliesin West.
After more than eight decades, the acclaimed Frank Lloyd Wright-founded school will close after the spring semester.
Using miscellaneous parts from junkyards, thrift stores and salvage heaps, local artist Joe Willie creates fantastical works of sculpture that are more than meets they eye.
Scottsdale's Powers brothers have been creating intricate stained glass for more than three decades. Watch how they make their modern marvels.
“Legends of Speed” brings iconic and historic racing cars to the Valley.
Christina Barrueta tours the state in search of fine vintages.
We chat with Christina about her favorite vintage shops around town and how she finds her best treasures.
Celebrated Sedona chef Lisa Dahl opens haute burger lounge.
Blogger Robert Danielson digs into the Valley scene. This week: the history behind the Hermosa Inn.