The entrance to this mansion is just as elegant as you'd expect, with two-story windows that overlook the perfectly manicured grounds. A large, traditional chandelier fills out the space overhead, while glossy tile floors lead to the imperial staircase.
A room designed by Siham Mazouz, author of “How the French Live,” includes a Moroccan carved wooden door that was turned into a table with industrial-style casters, along with two green sofas and various art.
As seen on Genevieve's Renovation on HGTV. designer Genevieve Gorder created a tranquil master bedroom retreat. An ornate hand-carved wood bed from India and antique wood doors from Morocco add character to this light, airy space.
This light wood credenza buffet, which features carved doors and orange table lamps, serves as an accent piece below an indoor balcony with rustic wood beam supports. Orange dining chairs flank the buffet and surround a nearby dining table.
A desk carved out beneath the eaves and a Barbie-pink door turn this architecturally interesting space into a playroom-slash-palace for a young girl. Kid-sized modern furniture and bursts of bright color create a space that's both whimsical and chic.
Rustic appeal exudes from the doorway of this log home by Mid-Atlantic Timberframes. Key elements include the metal door hardware, lanterns, carved bench, bear-themed sculpture and container plants with greenery.
This wine cellar has the look of old-world glamour with its dark wood cabinetry, exposed beams, brick walls and carved entry doors. A beautiful scrolled wall hanging is lit above the bar cabinets to complement the design.
The dining room is a study in eclectic minimalism. A beautifully carved wooden door is reclaimed to find new life as the tabletop, overlaid with glass. The bright colors of the artwork, lanterns and bowls create a discreet yet energetic color palette.
This mezzanine boasts art and artifacts from around the world: a trio of hanging lead globes originally from a pawn shop sign, a carved alabaster light sconce c. 1920 and carved African doors hung as a sculpture on the wall. A leather settee provides comfortable seating.