The International architectural style of Oak Court is highlighted by simple, contemporary landscaping. Here, large pavers are softened by lush grass, and a large built-in grill area is great for prepping food and entertaining.
Beautiful plantings surround the contemporary pergola and modern outdoor furniture area, an ideal spot for relaxing by the pool. The sleek pool area is integrated into the structural wall of Oak Court, an International architectural style home in Dallas, Tex.
From floor to ceiling, this extraordinary Atlanta flat showcases grand design and unique style. The neutral toned, exposed beams highlight the architectural beauty of the dining room with traditional chandeliers, double French doors and table fit for eight guests.
This former Governor's Home is listed on the National Historic Register and is considered the oldest home in Aiken, SC. This Federal style home is rich in history, form and symmetry with generously proportioned rooms and restored architectural details.
Once a former Governor's Home, this Aiken, SC home is listed on the National Historic Register and features style and symmetry, with large windows, columns and restored architectural details. The home also features a beautiful entrance with landscaped grounds and gardens.
Located in Marrakech, Morocco, this luxurious bedroom features a cozy canopy bed, tile floor, zebra print armchairs and gorgeous architectural details, like arched doorways. The space is divide into three areas: for sleeping, for working and for conversation.
An Oriental rug grounds this traditional dining room, where a classic dining table and chairs pair with an elegant crystal chandelier. Soft blue-gray walls combine with beautiful architectural details, like wainscoting and crown molding.
A gate leads to the private courtyard entrance of this Mediterranean-style villa in Rancho Santa Fe, Calif. Climbing vines along one exterior wall create a lush setting for the courtyard while highlighting the architectural variations of the home's profile.
This luxury home in Texas features an architectural style that's right at home in the Southwest, with a stone and stucco exterior that pairs well with the red tile roof. Sage green trim complements the roof's terra cotta hues and mirrors the patina of a pair of large planters that flank the arched entry.
Period details abound in this two-story, wood-paneled library, part of a 3.5-acre Mediterranean-style estate located in the heart of Beverly Hills. Known as The Beverly House, the property was designed by Gordon Kaufmann and built in 1927. In this library, the design of the sculpted, cathedral-height ceiling mirrors the pattern of the custom carpet underfoot. Carved panels lend architectural detail and visual interest to every inch of the massive space, while warm wood tones, a crackling fireplace and accent lighting lend coziness and warmth.
Jade green walls create an luxurious backdrop to this eclectic living room. Part of a stunning mansion in Marrakech, Morocco, the living room boasts Moroccan style, tons of natural light and beautiful architectural details, like arched doorways and windows.
True to form, this adobe-style home features curved archways instead of squared off halls. In the dining room, these architectural details are accentuated by romantic, hand-painted lines, which helps draw the eye to the butler's pantry and the kitchen on the other side.