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Suzanne Broyles Tells Us Whats Trending Now in San Diego Interior Design

Colors move us—and this year we have some exciting movement. From the runways of New York and Paris, hot colors are moving into our living spaces in creative forms and shapes.

Kern & Company Interview with Susan Spath

Trends are fleeting, but the classics are an investment in prosperous living. That’s the philosophy that has made Susan Spath a name in luxury interior design.

REFLECT: FINE magazine's Home Decor Trends

From mirrored furniture, metallic accents, crystal lighting and monochromatic design, reflection never looked better.

FINE magazine February 2013

We’re seeing red at FINE, with unique beauty trends, seductive scents, diamonds and dream homes—and of course, great cuisine. Travel culinary continents with our exclusive dining guide this month and discover new flavors from around the world. From Palm Desert to downtown San Diego, from luxury catering to wine parties at home—however you decide to dine, do it with style.

Hidden Treasure

WHATS NEW IN TOWN: Timeless luxury is the perfect description of Gems N’ Treasures, a boutique located in the new Paseo Del Norte Plaza near the Carlsbad Premium Outlets.

Hometown Chords

NEW IN TOWN: San Diego resident Steven Ybarra is singing his heart out all over town.

Para-gourmet Activity

NEW IN TOWN: Something magic this way comes. Opened this past Halloween, SuperNatural Sandwiches is the prime spot for the unique and delicious.

Past Meets Present

NEW IN TOWN: Want a new movie experience? How about a return to the past? Located on Pacific Beach Middle School’s grounds, Full Moon Drive-In has embraced a 1950s ambiance, but is a new movie-going experience.

FINE magazine January 2013

In-line with the new year, our January issue incites transformation on several planes of luxurious improvement. From Tuscan-inspired living and golf get-a-ways, to beauty transformations guided by San Diego’s most respected practitioners, the opportunities to change with the new year are abundant.

Mission Possible

The phrase “healthy cuisine” often conjures images of granola, tasteless tofu or vegetables boiled down to unrecognizable colors. People picture fish, chicken and vegetarian dishes that are often high on health but low on taste.