Connect with like-minded rosé lovers and expand your wine knowledge this summer (July 12-October 7) at New York City's Rosé Mansion, a two-story pop up at 445 5th Avenue. This immersive rosé experience features rosé tastings, education opps where you can learn more about your favorite sip, Istagrammable photo ops and decor ideas. Just look for the pink door and you'll know you have found your people.
It's hard to believe from the outside that this mansion, right on the beach in Longboat Key, Florida, isn't a historic home somewhere in Europe. With six bedrooms, six bathrooms and all the amenities, it's a sight to see.
Some of the mansion's original features were kept and incorporated in to the home's renovation. The Vault was original to the house, along with the trestle shaped steel columns. These elements flow beautifully into the bar area.
The Duchess Mansion is a landmark residence built in 1906 for a leading industrialist of the time and, at one point, was the home of a European Duchess. The walls are constructed entirely of cast-in-place concrete, three feet in depth.
Glamorous custom pendants and chandeliers create a sense of luxury and unique character. The entry staircase pickets are elegant teardrop shapes, while the use of polished nickel and fused glass is used in the dining room’s grand chandelier over the table.
Grassy lawns surround the main house, which is set up on an embankment so as to maximize the incredible views. Two nearby outbuildings echo the mansion's architecture and provide garage space and storage cellars.
The classically designed living space in this Asheville hilltop mansion is the perfect gathering place to enjoy a cocktail and listen to music. The room has a neutral tone, accented with hardwood flooring and crown molding, and a large fireplace with wooden mantel and tufted, green furniture for guests.