To truly make their apartment space their own, these homeowners showcased the artwork and accessories they collected over their travels, such as the vintage Hmong pillows on the sofa and the gallery wall above it.
This hilltop home and garden in Bel Air boldly pairs modern design with sustainable practices. As guests move from the courtyard to back of the house, they'll find various grasses, sculptural succulents and a grove of Eucalyptus trees -- all of which require little water and maintenance. Sansevieria plants introduce this idea in the clean, contemporary courtyard.
Credits: Architecture: John Corry; Landscape Contractor: Steven Z. Volski + Associates
The chandelier works overtime on the second floor by brightening the space and drawing attention to the ceiling. As they ascend the stairs, guests will have a hard time taking their eyes off of the feature.
This historic home was built in the 1930s by Hugh M. Woods and features a 4,397-square-foot floor plan, two-car detached garage and even a basement. Gold address numbers welcome visitors and complement the traditional architecture.
This aerial photograph shows the exquisitely landscaped gravel and concrete pathway that leads from the upper house to the lower outdoor spaces. The elegant outdoor spaces include a small pool with a flagstone patio and walkway that leads to a multi-functional outdoor entertaining space.
With a swimming pool and mountain views, this contemporary backyard from Zacate Landscape Design is a real stunner. After enjoying dinner by the water, the owners can retreat to their cool fireside lounge for drinks and casual conversation.
Nestled in the heart of Hume Castle, this quaint courtyard provides a space for quiet reflection. Beneath the Mediterranean tile, elegant Gothic arches create visual interest and complement the circle of trimmed hedges.