Think "the West" and "home style" and "glorious backyards" and "understated living rooms" and "unfussy kitchens" and "indoor/outdoor living" and you're likely going to think of Sunset magazine, long the spectacular standard-bearer for domestic design that's got lots of Golden State splash. Stepping inside the publication, which can trace its history back to the late 1800s? A magazine page still can't be entered, even at this tech-wonderful juncture, but a Sunset IDEA House can be.
A Sunset IDEA House? You know these "living magazine" creations, where designers create a living space so sublime and so step-inside-able, at least for a few weeks. And it so happens that the newest Sunset IDEA House is located in Beverly Hills, ready to be admired by design devotees. The exact address will be shared with ticket holders, which you'll want to be if you'd like to see the sunshiny, 2,700-square-foot abode. The cool casa will be on view over a quartet of weekends, all consecutive, beginning on Saturday, Aug. 18. A ticket? It's $20 and may be purchased ahead of time via EventBrite.