The custom elevator stops at the third floor of this contemporary residence where you can see a glimpse of the large window wall with great views. The overlook was carefully placed along with the two-story window wall placement so that the view could be seen just as well from this level as the main level living below.
This famous residential skyscraper in Manhattan is one of the tallest in the world, has some spectacular views. The facade of this luxury apartment is treaded with an LED lighting system that can change colors and be controlled from the street.
Homeowners are designing outdoor kitchen and dining areas with room for a dining table and bar to maximize seating for themselves and guests. This patio's bar and floor use Belgard products manufactured by Miller Materials in Missouri.
Located on Kauai’s famed North Shore, the three-acre home is dramatically situated on a bluff above Kalihiwai Bay. Enjoy 360-degree views from the second-story observation deck, the perfect spot for whale watching.
This modern loft condo kitchen features exposed brick walls, custom white cabinets with stainless hardware, glass globe pendant lights, white marble countertop, and antique mirrored tile backsplash with white floating shelves.
Transom windows above exterior doors at the face and back of this Alabama house admit dazzling shafts of sunlight, while corresponding features above interior doors branching from the foyer offer architectural echoes of the intricate furnishings designer James Farmer chose for the home.
This updated 1950's ranch home features a welcoming, expansive covered porch with cushioned outdoor furniture. A ceiling fan above keeps the air circulating while guests enjoy the view of the beautifully landscaped lawn.
This classic 1950's ranch home was renovated to include a relaxing study with built-in storage for books, games and a wall-mounted TV. Leather furniture gives the space a warm feel with a brass floor lamp for reading.
"Soft aqua and sepia-tone browns are a favorite combination of mine because they are very flattering for masculine and feminine personalities," southern designer James Farmer says. As seen in this wallpaper and window treatment, "Large patterns like an exaggerated damask and loose floral go so well together.”
This first-floor water closet in a 19th-century Alabama home is anything but an afterthought, thanks to a vintage vanity, ornate mirror and intricate wallpaper that expands the home's avian theme. The foyer's intricate transom windows are reflected in the mirror.
A cozy outdoor seating area is illuminated by LED string lights in a modern courtyard. A high privacy fence creates a sense of seclusion under the shade of trees original to the space. The garden was installed in December 2014.
"The master bathroom was a completely new addition, because houses of this era did not have such luxurious bathrooms indoors," designer James Farmer says. Who could resist crowning a clawfoot tub with an ornate chandelier in such a space? "While we were remodeling, the old fireplace was exposed," he adds. "[It] opened up an excuse to create a touch of glamour."