A vintage barn finds new life as a rustic space for entertaining.
Pure white grounds the interiors and sets the tone throughout designer Gretchen Mann’s newly renovated home.
A long-awaited renovation breathes new life into a beloved 19th-century carriage house.
Jeffrey Bilhuber creates a young, fresh look with unexpected colors and layered patterns.
A well-considered redesign seamlessly takes this waterfront home from a comfortable gathering place to a formal entertaining space.
Using their "whole house concept," this duo successfully designed their home, furnishings and everything in between.
To create a home perfect for a modern-day Downton Abbey, a couple calls in a designer from across the pond.
Decorator Greg Shano’s East Hampton cottage is an oasis of period charm.
Neutral pallets take center stage in interior design.
At his home in Sagaponack, up-and-coming decorator Gideon Mendelson practices what he preaches.
A long-held family home becomes a sophisticated merger of past and present.
When it comes to color, designer Paula Perlini likes to take a walk on the wild side
When it comes to color, designer Paula Perlini likes to take a walk on the wild side.
An open floor plan and sustainable materials form the core of this modern home perfectly suited to a 21st-century family.
Clarence Tantau, a prominent San Francisco architect, designed the home in the 1920s and is responsible for its Spanish Farmhouse style.
Spanning 105,000 square feet, this opulent modern is one of the largest single-family residences in the world and is currently the most expensive home listed in the US.
Glass, steel, exposed wood, brick, and concrete all mingle masterfully at this cool, South of Market residence.
Custom renovated in 2020, the home's design embraces Scandinavian elements inside and a Japanese technique on the exterior.
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