The front of the home was reimagined with steps leading to a more pronounced portico. A stacked stone veneer dresses up the singled facade, while the addition of a carriage style garage door adds extra charm.
A relaxing oasis in the heart of L.A., this contemporary home has it all, including a 65-foot infinity pool, room to relax and enjoy the outdoors, and a gorgeous interior with a stellar view from every room.
Formal Sitting Room: Stunning European Villa in Los Angeles, Calif.
The formal and extravagant sitting room includes two sitting areas each anchored by a graphic, traditional rug. Ornate furnishings, intricate gold crown molding and custom hardwood flooring add finishing touches to the highly sophisticated design.
This luxurious kitchen opens up to a cozy breakfast area in this 1906 Montecito, Calif., home. Soft tan cabinets are paired with beautiful stone countertops, and the kitchen features top-of-the-line appliances.
Silver and White Contemporary Kitchen With Range Hood
Too much stainless steel can look stark and industrial. Architect Felicia Ferrone warmed up this contemporary kitchen with organic elements including a wood table and floors and a large bamboo centerpiece.
Historic English Country Manor with Breathtaking Views
Just moments from Montecito's lower village, this historic english country manor sits on 1.8 acres, privately hidden behind eucalyptus trees and garden hedges with breathtaking ocean and mountain vistas. Two stately iron gates lead to the estates elegant motor court and the updated home's old world facade.
Rear Terrace: Historic Tall Oaks in Bernardsville Boro, NJ
The home's rear terrace offers a front row view of the New York City skyline. Adjoining the estate, the 276-acre Sherman Hoffman Wildlife Sanctuary provides Tall Oaks a privileged measure of privacy and seclusion.
For the bathroom of a longtime customer-turned-friend, designer Katie Gagnon created a unique storage unit for the space between a pair of pedestal sinks. “This was a long-term project, and we spent a lot of time curating the perfect pieces for her ever-evolving space,” says Gagnon. “This storage cabinet was one we had custom made by an artisan we work with. The door is a vintage salvaged piece that had the original paint sanded off and we added an iron cremone bolt for some contrast and visual interest.”