This elegant transitional estate in Westlake, Texas, features five bedrooms, five and a half baths and nearly 6,500 square feet of living space. Inside, an open floor plan features sliding doors that open up the home for indoor-outdoor living. The exterior's stone facade and tile roof fit right into the home's Texas setting.
Expansive windows on the facade of this renovated transitional estate allow the light fixtures to be viewed as you approach the house. Interesting curved lines and gables characterize the home's exterior.
Interesting angles and intriguing architectural elements turn this renovated home into a showstopping estate. The house is sited on a sloping lot, with retaining walls and landscaping that suits the home and property.
This pristine living room features white walls and intricate design details, such as the molded fireplace surround and custom iron railings on balconies that encircle the space. Furnishings are clean, contemporary and neutral, with a conversation area that offers ample seating for entertaining. Large arched windows overlook a pretty stone courtyard.
The kitchen in this sleek, transitional California estate features a wide stone island with a waterfall edge, integrated appliances, custom cabinetry and a marble backsplash that extends to the high ceiling. French oak hardwood floors and reclaimed wood beams overhead bring a rustic touch that fits the oceanside setting. The space fully opens to the adjoining hearth room, offering a view to the sea beyond.
This 11,000-square-foot Mediterranean modern home in Newport Coast, California, offers luxurious living both indoors and out, with 300-year-old roof tiles reclaimed from an Italian castle and a grand courtyard with 180-degree views of Catalina Island, Newport Harbor and more. The Tuscan-styled estate features pristine landscaping and transitional interiors that join the old with the new in a chic, stylish way.
"Details are the difference between good and great," says the design team of this fully renovated transitional estate. In this instance, a Gothic arch on the brick garden wall offers a peak at the home's overall architectural inspiration. A warm, traditional lantern and potted greenery create an inviting entryway.
This neutral, contemporary living space features white walls, neutral upholstery and soft gray accents that bring a mix of textures to the space. A pocket door allows the room to open fully to the outdoors so the owners and their guests can enjoy the stunning views. A modern fireplace adds warmth, as do the rustic ceiling beams and French oak floors.
This sunny, transitional patio features distinct spots for dining, lounging and enjoying the pool. Furniture is clean lined and neutral, drawing the eye to the lushly landscaped yard. The Hamptons estate, inspired by Marie Antoinette's Le Petite Trianon at Versailles, rests on nearly three acres.
This transitional living room is decorated in light colors giving this space a bright and airy look and feel. The built-in shelving allows for plenty of storage and the fireplace rings a cozy feel to the space.