Natural stone floors, white columns, barrel-vaulted coffered ceiling, a double vanity and oversized walk-in shower make provide the height of elegance in this luxurious master bathroom. Yellow accents help brighten the neutral tones.
True to form, this Greek Revival home features a stately portico with tall stone columns, a horizontal transom and eye-catching embellishments. Two rows of double-hung windows balance the exterior and make it seem even more symmetrical.
A stunning wood dining table with seating for eight draws you into this formal dining room. French pleat drapes, double chandeliers and decorative arches with columns are beautifully coordinated for a grandiose result.
This master bathroom brings to mind a Roman bath house. His-and-her alcoves are divided by square tapered columns, while green mosaic tile, candle sconces and a round mirror define each space. Wall-mounted faucets and plaster sinks complete the look.
A grand double staircase awaits guests who step into this home's entryway. Area rugs, one round and one rectangular, sit atop a rich hardwood floor, which is carried throughout the stairs and risers. A metallic chandelier adds the finishing touch to the room.
Double doors open to this contemporary master suite with a spacious seating area. Dark gray walls and bright white ceilings highlight the architectural details of this sprawling space. The neutral seating area offers a large sofa with chaise and double columns in gray. The bedroom space mixes contrasting textiles with a soft velvet upholstered bed and dramatic area rug.
Drama and warmth combine in this impressive Old World residence encompassing a total of 14,496 square feet. The double-height great room features a coquina coral fireplace flanked by double sets of French doors that open to the waterfront loggia and pool patio.
Double cabinets and columns establish a hint of separation between the dining and living areas in this coastal-inspired space. Deep ceiling coffers and mullioned windows add a touch of formality that is offset by the casual furnishings and washed-out colors.
This custom-designed coffee table can double as an ottoman thanks to the padding lining the outer edge. The functional piece anchors this transitional living room space, which also includes two plaid sofas and architectural touches like exposed ceiling beams and columns.
This luxury bathroom features a metallic pearl plaster wall finish with cut stone columns, chandeliers and an expansive double vanity. The window above the tub shutters for privacy at the touch of a button. A spacious walk-in shower features steam, spray and waterfall options.
The raised hot tub features a double-step spillway and a custom fire element crafted with a copper bowl and channels. Mosaic tile and stone columns add color and texture to the shimmering blue pool below.
Cherry wood was used for window seats that double as storage, bookshelves and operable paneling for concealment of a TV over the fireplace. Spatial relationships were emphasized with the aid of wood beams and columns to reinforce the geometry of the design.
Curves rule the day in this elegant Washington foyer, from the curved walls to the engaged columns to the petite center table and crescent-shaped bench. The scrolled design in the wrought iron balcony rails is echoed in the double front doors.