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Rustic Cape Cod Cottage
This Cape Cod cottage was designed to capture the authentic rustic nature of the area around it, while respecting the long-standing history. It is a place to spend long summer days swimming, golfing and boating with friends and family.
This modern home with a view features a sleek pool built into a clean-lined wood deck with interesting angles. A wire rail system surrounds the elevated deck, offering safety without obstructing the view.
This exceptional Georgian estate in Bel-Air, Calif., was built in 1929 by architect Paul Williams and recently underwent a complete restoration. The compound includes an oversized guest house, inviting pool house and enormous car collector's garage.
Mediterranean Patio Features Stunning Railing & Grand View
Doors on the second level of the home open out onto an exquisite balcony, continuing the home's gray, taupe and tan color palette in the contemporary wicker sofa, chairs and coffee table. Mediterranean accents in the white railing and pillars are reflective of the home's overall exterior style.
This once-drag bungalow is enlivened with a new gable dormer and petite front porch, turning it into a charming summer cottage with a storybook appeal. The design team added a small master suite to the original structure that provides privacy for a lush garden at the back of the house. A sage green picket fence ties in with the exterior trim and adds to the charm.
This Mediterranean estate nestled in the hills of Del Mar, California received a major update with both renovations and furnishings. Beautiful landscaped beds and wide driveways welcome visitors as they arrive.
This little cottage was in sore need of an update. Built in the 1950's, it has an ideal location near the ocean. But the home's exterior and yard were ho hum and dated. Thoughtful landscaping and a few tasteful improvements made a world of difference.
The remodel satisfied the homeowners’ desire for more space; among the rooms that were remodeled were a ground-floor kitchen and a second-floor bathroom. Every detail of the remodel was designed to meet the strict requirements of the Mills Act for remodeling historical homes.
Huge arched windows fill the front facade of this home and perfectly complement the Spanish design. A lapis blue front door makes a rich counterpoint to the neutral exterior and ties in gracefully with the colorful garden.