An arched, coffered ceiling adds rich architectural interest overhead in this decadent living space, part of The Beverly House, a luxurious Mediterranean-style home located at the heart of Beverly Hills. No surface in the space is unadorned, from the striped wall covering to the ornate wall mirrors to the stained glass panels that draw the eye through the long room to the window and grounds beyond. Multiple seating areas provide ample space for party guests to gather for conversation.
Inspired by country estates of days gone by, this home is nonetheless anything but old-fashioned. Larger windows with divided lights, simplified moldings, and an up-to-the-minute color palette add modern flair to the facade without sacrificing any of the home’s classic elegance.
Lush landscaping and dramatic outdoor lighting play up the elegance of this Tennessee estate-size home. The property features a stone facade and a sweeping view of a nearby lake and golf course, as well as a five-car garage.
Metallic accents, glass railings and rock beds greet those who visit this modern home located in the Southern California community of Corona del Mar. Clean lines are found in the hardscape, windows and roofline. Illuminated trees gives the space an elegant feel.
This renovated estate-size home features intriguing roof lines, tall windows and Gothic arch details. From the clean-lined kitchen to the chic and elegant carriage house, not a detail has been missed. White brick retaining walls step up to the grand front entry.
Expansive windows provide panoramic views of the Connecticut countryside at this estate home designed by Andrew Bartolotta. Designer Amy Zolin drew the neutral palette of the home's exterior into her interior designs and embraced the laid-back setting with a look that was less fussy and formal than a home in the city.
Summertide, the Crystal Bay, Nev., estate once owned by billionaire Howard Hughes, sits on 5.5 acres along Lake Tahoe. The estate has 500 feet of lake frontage, a 2,518-square-foot main house, a 1,343-square-foot guesthouse and a separate four-car garage. The property has only had one other owner since Hughes.
One of the most exquisite vineyard estate properties in all of Solano County, this California home is located in Vacaville's Pleasant Valley in the ultra-premium wine growing area known as the California North Coast. The approximately 10,000-square-foot Italian masterpiece boasts seven bedrooms, nine full bathrooms, four half bathrooms, an incredible eat-in kitchen, a great room, a movie theater, a ballroom, decks, a lanai, a gigantic eight-car garage and extraordinary architectural detail.