to all my Lovers, Designers, and Appreciators of Interior Design…

I don’t know if it due to the fact that I grew up in and around Palm Springs, or if it like some kind of genetic thing… but I have a deep appreciation for and love interior design. Especially contemporary, modern, and green design. And I’m pretty good at it. Working with what I got and can afford. That’s my forte. Ask anyone that has been over to my apartment.
Anyways, where I get a lot of my inspiration when designing is from Palm Springs’s Walk of the Inns. I have been attending this event for yyyeeaarrrss and I love it! It’s so great because it’s this really cool social event where you walk from Inn to Inn in the downtown area of Palm Springs for free. A lot of people are walking around and it can get pretty crowded. All in the spirit of design and architecture.
You get to see all of the really lovely interior design work in each of these kitchy little places.
Truly fabulous.
And, best thing is about this event…
after you go… you sound so hip when your family members and friends from out of town ask you where they should stay…
you are in the “know.

Info:

Thursday, Dec. 10th

5:00pm – 8:00pm

Location: Palm Canyon Drive and the San Jacinto Mountains to the east and west –

and Tahquitz Canyon Way and Ramon Road to the north and south


On the same night as VillageFest, the walk is self-guided and participants can begin at any of the hotels or at the Palm Springs Art Museum, 101 Museum Drive. The museum will also provide complimentary admission as well as free maps and flashlights for the walk. Patrons are encouraged to come early and park at the museum as well as bring an unwrapped toy for the annual Toys for Tots holiday drive sponsored by the Marines from Twentynine Palms.


Inns participating in this year’s event include the Andalusian Court Spa & Villas, Casa Cody, Calla Lily Inn, Coyote Inn, Del Marcos Hotel, Korakia Pensione, Old Ranch Inn, Orbit Inn, Palm Mountain Resort & Spa, Palm Springs Tennis Club & Spencer’s Restaurant, and the Viceroy. In addition, the Palm Springs Historical Society’s McCallum Adobe on the Village Green will join the roster for the first time.


you might wanna bring a bike, could be a lot of fun and you can cover more ground in a faster way

See you there!

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