This master bedroom isn't big, so to make it feel airy, the designers chose a gray and white palette. A vintage chandelier adds a fun touch of luxury. Bed and sconces: Restoration Hardware; Flooring: State of the Art
This traditional white master bathroom features white Shaker-style cabinetry with Carrara marble countertops. Durable porcelain tile floors mimic the Carrara marble pattern. The white space is contrasted with rustic Restoration Hardware mirrors and chrome fixtures.
This living room oozes style thanks to a mod-looking sofa, barrel chair and yellow coffee table. A Restoration Hardware South American cowhide tile rug defines the seating area, while three pieces of framed artwork adorn the wall.
Between the living and TV rooms sits the home’s very own bar, a custom carpentry creation topped with Caesarstone countertops. Barstools from Restoration Hardware provide comfortable seating for enjoying a beverage while watching a movie or ballgame.
A traditional veranda spans the full length of this home's exterior, offering a sweeping view of Australia's Sydney harbor. The Gothic Revival mansion, built in 1870, recently underwent a full restoration to turn it into a modern family home.
Display books, knickknacks and other small items on this wired wheel from Restoration Hardware’s RH baby & child. Mount three horizontally or vertically for a dramatic, yet functional storage solution.
As seen on Restored by the Fords, the bathroom of Steve's personal apartment in Pittsburgh, PA. Steve and Leanne restored the industrial warehouse and created an urban apartment. Restorations included sleek black tile to give the bathroom a masculine feel.
This exceptional Georgian estate in Bel-Air, Calif., was built in 1929 by architect Paul Williams and recently underwent a complete restoration. Beautiful moldings highlight the walls in this traditional entryway, while a pair of window seats flank the front door.
A Restoration Hardware outdoor table with seating for 12 provides a chic spot to take in the view from 23 stories above Los Angeles. Custom botanicals and potted plants add a lively pop of color to this 1,200-square-foot balcony.
Chic accents and furniture make this transitional kitchen a warm, welcoming space. Industrial-style Restoration Hardware barstools line the eat-in counter, with Anthropologie pendants hanging above. Benjamin Moore paint on the cherry wood cabinets creates a sleek look.
The living room makeover included a restoration of the fireplace with the old green tile replaced with Carrara marble for a timeless look. The shiplap above the mantel was salvaged from walls removed during demolition.
This exceptional Georgian estate in Bel-Air, Calif., was built in 1929 by architect Paul Williams and recently underwent a complete restoration. An elegant brick patio surrounds the backyard pool. Covered porches house seating areas to enjoy the outdoors.
This playful kids bathroom has a voice all its own, literally! Black-and-white mosaic tiles call out a cheerful greeting on the floor. The mirrored vanity from Restoration Hardware handles storage, with the visual bonus of making the small space look bigger.
In this small but fancy bathroom, the design inspiration started with a golden antique mirror. Brass and bronze fixtures were chosen to complement it; black and white tiles are the perfect backdrop. Sink: Duravit; Plumbing fixtures: Lightinthebox; Sconce: Restoration Hardware; Tile: Nemo Tile
A white Caesarstone countertop wraps down one side of this bathroom's double vanity, and a frosted glass door helps create a serene, relaxing space. Restoration Hardware sconces on the mirror add extra task lighting, while a skylight enhances the space with natural light.
Guests at this transitional outdoor cabana space can stay warm by the two-sided fireplace before enjoying dinner at the Restoration Hardware dining set. Planted succulents, a lemon tree and roses enliven the texture and add to the richness of the scenery.
There used to be a wall between the kitchen and this view. Now, natural light floods into the room. The dining furniture is from Crate and Barrel to align with the home's casual farmhouse aesthetic. Plus, it's durable and kid friendly! Lighting: Restoration Hardware