The entry gate to this luxurious 18,000-square-foot Miami Beach estate provides a hint to the opulence found within. The Mediterranean Revival structure, originally constructed in 1937, has undergone a full renovation and restoration both indoors and out.
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.
The navy walls in this transitional living space highlight the unique shape of the leather Restoration Hardware chair and curved design of the chest of drawers. The lack of pattern and minimal decor allow the bold wall color to make a statement without overwhelming the space.
This large living room features creamy neutral walls, contemporary white chairs and a pair of matching traditional sofas, all combined to create a comfortable seating area. This exceptional Georgian estate in Bel-Air, Calif., was built in 1929 by architect Paul Williams and recently underwent a complete restoration.
Turn floor clutter into wall art with this vintage-style storage system from Restoration Hardware’s RH baby & child. Keep books, homework, pens and pencils off the floor and in this industrial wall-mounted storage solution.
For a light and fresh look in this breakfast room, the designers opted for a distressed wood-and-metal table paired with cafe chairs. The banquette's green accent pillows help tie the area in with the nearby family room, that also features pops of green. Table and chairs: Restoration Hardware
The Italian Calcutta Gold marble countertops make this transitional kitchen a great place to gather. The polished nickel pendants from Restoration Hardware add sheen and enhance the height of the ceilings. This white chef's kitchen is accented by the pale blue walls, creating a refreshing space to enjoy a meal in.
Savannah College of Art film professor Steve Stanley and his partner, shopSCAD director Joe Bush who both graduated from SCAD, live in a 1957 midcentury home in the Sylvan Terrace neighborhood of Savannah brought beautifully back to life with the help of the team at Hallett & Co. which oversaw the restoration.
This spacious eat-in kitchen has an industrial look thanks to a vintage cast-iron table base, Restoration Hardware chairs and a luxe bronze paint on the cabinets. Gaston y Daniela fabric dresses up the kitchen chairs in a bold red, while a French flea market light illuminates the space.
This home office and sewing room offers a mix of storage solutions and a flexible furniture arrangement that adapts it for many uses. A "secret door" connects the space to another small office. Reclaimed wood flooring and painted trim are among the period details at play in this historic restoration.
Traditional white cabinets are paired with stunning white marble countertops in this chef's kitchen. A large center island provides extra counter space, as well as an eat-in area with bar stools. This exceptional Georgian estate in Bel-Air, Calif., was built in 1929 by architect Paul Williams and recently underwent a complete restoration.
With access to a stunning balcony, this light and airy master bedroom is a welcome retreat. The classic four-poster bed and chaise lounge are placed to enjoy views of the landscape beyond. This exceptional Georgian estate in Bel-Air, Calif., was built in 1929 by architect Paul Williams and recently underwent a complete restoration.
A large-scale, beaded wood chandelier by Regina Andrew draws the eye to the wide windows in this lovely breakfast space, emphasizing the serene outdoor view. Framed by white curtains, the large window allows lots of natural light to fill the space. A natural fiber rug anchors the Restoration Hardware furniture and accentuates the room’s casual vibe.
This transitional dining room features a traditional round table surrounded by contemporary white chairs. Voluminous drapes highlight the windows and add height to the room by being hung at the ceiling. This exceptional Georgian estate in Bel-Air, Calif., was built in 1929 by architect Paul Williams and recently underwent a complete restoration.
A custom-finished island contrasts with white cabinetry to make a dramatic statement at the heart of this transitional kitchen. A wire globe chandelier by Restoration Hardware and island pendants by Currey & Co. bring an old-world touch to the space that blends nicely with the industrial feel of the wood and metal bar stools. Quartz countertops add a sleek and stylish touch.
This playroom wins serious style points! The sofa uses perennials fabric for ultimate durability and has a soft frame so kids can climb and jump on it. The back of the room has built-in cabinetry for art supplies and a sink to wash brushes and messy hands. Colorful pillows keep the mood fun and light. Sofa: Restoration Hardware Cloud Sectional; Pillows: CB2
A fresh take on knobs and pulls is one of the quickest fixes for what ails your kitchen cabinets. Browse for new options at your local big-box store, at handcrafted glass or metal shops or from specialty retailers like Restoration Hardware, which stocks this knob in amber, green, violet, black and clear glass.
Designer Debbie Talianko chose subtle tones of soft blue and green to accompany this white transitional kitchen to give a nod to coastal-style design. These colors are accented on the white subway tile backsplash, and she selected a beautiful soft green marble countertop for the kitchen island. Sub-Zero, Bosch and Wolfe appliances and large pendant lighting from Restoration Hardware complete this stylish look.