Nestled in the heart of the Movie Colony, Modern Palms is an ideal escape for those who want to explore Palm Springs with an inspiring retreat to call home. A sprawling, 4-bedroom mid-century home designed in 1950 by Herbert Burns, a “founding father” of the Desert Modern movement, Modern Palms embodies Old Hollywood charm with a distinctly 21st century take on the mid-century modern aesthetic. A 2018 restoration followed the home’s original Arthur Elrod-designed interior, preserving the icon’s fondness for dramatic angles and exuberant colors while updating the look with new furniture, technology and artwork. City of Palm Springs ID #237
Although a popular tourist destination, you shouldn't leave this one off your list. The Mojave and Colorado ecosystems join together here and you'll experience a variety of desert plants, animals and pretty incredible views.
Palm Springs is a mecca for mid-century design, filled with unique spots to go antiquing and small boutique stores and museums you won't find anywhere else.
Located in Pioneertown, this restaurant/music venue once served as the backdrop for many movies and T.V. Westerns over the years. It now offers incredibly fresh, organic meals in an unforgettable setting. Make sure to make reservations in advance.
Located in the Agua Caliente Indian Reservation, Tahquitz Canyon is a beautiful oasis with a seasonal 60-foot waterfall, rock art, native wildlife, and a perfect place to get outdoors and hike.
From boutique spas to outdoor yoga classes to shamanic healing, this desert town will have you feeling your best self in no time.