A spacious shower features a sliding shower rail as well as a rainforest shower head, a luxurious and flexible combination. Frameless glass keeps the space clean and open. Decorative tile is laid in vertical strips to add visual interest.
Tudor Revival details are prominent in this Beverly Hills home, including the combination of brick and half-timber framing, arched passageways and leaded, casement-style windows. The diamond ironwork on the upstairs balcony mimics the diamond window panes often found on Tudor-style homes.
The living room of this L.A. penthouse was designed to take advantage of sweeping views of the Hollywood Hills, Sunset Strip and West Hollywood. The neutral hue of the antique sofa complements the greenery visible through the window just beyond.
Villa de Martini, a 6,119-square-foot Italianate home located on Telegraph Hill, plays host to the 2016 San Francisco Decorator Showcase featuring the Bay Area's top interior designers. The home features four floors and unobstructed views of Alcatraz, Treasure Island, the Golden Gate Bridge and the Marina District.
This hillside project allowed for a unique, cantilevered infinity pool and spa. A tiled deck and surround offer access to the pool and hot tub, and two patio areas provide uninterrupted views of the Hollywood hills.
Hill Country Apothecary is a compounding pharmacy in Lakeway, TX. It features a central compounding lab which is glazed to allow for patrons to view their prescriptions as they are crafted by hand on-site. The lab, which includes all the latest technology, was created as a vignette inside the building. Indoor air and light quality were designed to take advantage of simple, sustainable and natural materials resulting in clean spaces to serve and be served in.
This midcentury ranch home sits on top of a hill, thus minimizing the view of structural roof items that would normally be visible. A large expanse of grass is broken up by large stones as well as a walkway made from large stone slabs.
With multiple terraces and ample windows, this transitional California home is perfectly sited to take advantage of its Hollywood Hills setting. Light, neutral sides and dark roofing create a simple yet effective contrast.