Glass drops on this elegant chandelier offer a stark juxtaposition to the surrounding lands of wine country seen through the oversized picture window in this stairwell. Designers Dawn Carlson and Carol Perry of MAS Design chose elements for this home that either complemented nature easily or strongly contrasted it.
With plenty of seating and beautiful ocean views, this is the perfect place for family dinners or entertaining guests. The unique light fixture that hangs above the table feels old but looks new, giving the room a rustic elegance.
The room seems as if it's perched over the water with its wraparound windows. Designer Sarah Richardson arranged the seating around the perimeter of the room so each seat has the perfect view of the water. The shades of blue in the upholstery represent the water, and layering the different patterns, like ikat, floral and striped, gives the room a lighthearted look.
Just moments from Montecito's lower village, this historic english country manor sits on 1.8 acres, privately hidden behind eucalyptus trees and garden hedges with breathtaking ocean and mountain vistas. Two stately iron gates lead to the estates elegant motor court and the updated home's old world facade.
Red and white checkerboard linens add a pop of color to the neutral wall and floor and the dark wooden structure of the bunk bed as seen from the lower bunk view of the kids' room from HGTV Dream Home 2014.
Set on 47 acres on Mt Holly, this secluded estate built in 1928 offers equestrian facilities, a guest house, 80-foot pool, staff quarters and luxury amenities, including a gym and home theater. What's not to love?
From the back of this French country home every room on this side of the home has a brilliant view of the pool. The upper-level guest rooms each have their own private Juliet balcony, while the master suite extends into its own private second-floor patio. From the first floor, all the private spaces have pool access, and a downstairs patio provides the homeowners with the perfect place for entertaining next to the pool.
Rooms on the second floor of this French country estate all have a view of the pool from their private Juliet balconies. These balconies are covered by overhangs that match the terra-cotta tile roof. From the first floor, large French doors lead out of the common spaces onto the back patio and landscaped concrete pad around the pool.