This Gothic style mansion in Bronxville, NY, welcomes guests into a grand foyer wrought with traditional appeal. The space is welcoming with yellow-toned wallpaper, plenty of space for a piano and an ornate staircase with a built-in bench for seating.
A low bookcase and wall with built-in shelving help define this bedroom's cozy sitting area. A neutral color palette, exotic materials and African-inspired accents combine to great effect in the space.
Here is a master bedroom truly fit for a king. The eclectic furnishings offer comfort and style in grays and neutrals. Along with a king-sized bed is a sitting area in bold black and white patterns and stripes.
Landscape designers Mark Scott and Associates' design for the exterior of this lovely home shows their know-how in developing a concept and carrying it through. The exterior of this home, while lovely on its own, is strengthened by the type and placement of the landscaping, such as setting a straight line of planters against rounded portico entrances and adding green space to divide the garden area from the house.
A hallway covered in elegant black and white wallpaper leads into this traditional home office with white built-ins. The office features patterned curtains that match the wallpapered halls, giving the home a sense of cohesion.
A stately fireplace, built-in bookshelves and wood trim add touches of luxury to the master bedroom in this Dallas, Texas, home. Expansive windows in the room, including some along the vaulted ceiling, offer beautiful light into the space during the day.
True to form, this Greek Revival home features a stately portico with tall stone columns, a horizontal transom and eye-catching embellishments. Two rows of double-hung windows balance the exterior and make it seem even more symmetrical.
Dark wood wall paneling and soaring 35-food ceilings create a stately look to this in-home library that boasts two floors of bookshelves. A chesterfield sofa, armchairs and table offer options for pleasure reading or serious study.