open house Nov 17

Textile Designer Ella Hall's Chic Family Home in Williamsburg

We’re in Williamsburg Brooklyn with textile designer Ella Hall. Ella didn’t let the small scale of her apartment stop her from making a big design statement, turning her space into a comfo...

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  • open house Nov 16

    Perfectly Preserved Gem from Seminal Sitcom “The Golden Girls”

    We’re in Brentwood at a true throwback – in more ways than one. This perfectly preserved midcentury home was inspired by both Japanese and Hawaiian design. But it is perhaps most famous for being one of the best-known exteriors in TV history: where the characters of the beloved sitcom “The Golden Girls” called home. But this...
  • open house Nov 17

    SoHo Loft in Legendary Building, Spice Warehouse

  • open house Nov 4

    Lovingly Preserved Dutch-Colonial Home in Brooklyn

    We’re in the Madison neighborhood of Brooklyn for a tour of a one of a kind lovingly preserved homestead built in 1776. It’s one of the last privately-owned Dutch-Colonial homes in the city and in fact – in its long history, this property has only changed hands three times. It sits on a half acre of land – which is…...
  • open house Nov 16

    Designers Paul Melo and Tom Walko's Revitalized Jersey City Loft

    We’re just across the Hudson in Jersey City. J.C. or Chilltown as long time denizens dubbed it, is in the midst of an architectural revival. And the home of designers Paul Melo and Tom Walko is a perfect example of this revitalization. Residing in a spacious loft in the former St Boniface Church, they have expertly mixed their own...

  • open house Oct 20

    Designing and Living in Asbury Park

    We’re at the beach in Asbury Park. This Jersey Shore gem is in the midst of a renaissance; small businesses and major developments have reshaped the city everywhere you look. It’s proof that Asbury Park is not just a great place to visit, but an ideal place to live.

  • open house Oct 2

    A Brooklyn Home Designed to Mimic a Boutique Hotel

    We’re in the Gravesend neighborhood of Brooklyn for a look at a unique, modern home designed by Architect Andrew Wilkinson. Andrew’s clients wanted their place to feel like a sleek boutique hotel for that “every day is a holiday” vibe. Andrew kept it warm and welcoming with memorable accents throughout – on the floors,...
  • open house Oct 2

    A New York Home Constructed Out Of Wood, Steel, Concrete and Glass

    We’re in Dobbs Ferry, New York for a look at the home of New York-based architect Greg Sharp. Greg wanted a bucolic escape from the city that still felt cosmopolitan. The honest expression of materials: wood, steel, concrete and of course glass – carries from the outside in, where wide open entertaining spaces frame gorgeous views over ...
  • open house Oct 2

    How To Design a Stylish But Kid-Friendly Home

    We’re in the hills of Sherman Oaks, California at the home of designer Barbie Palomino. When Barbie moved in, the original Mid-Century design had been lost over the years, so she sought to restore those aspects both inside and out. But, she also had to make it kid friendly, which, let’s face it — doesn’t always mesh with chi...
  • open house Oct 2

    A Tudor-Style Manor in Beverly Hills

    We’re in Beverly Hills to explore a beautiful compound that truly transports you to the English countryside. The main home is a graceful Tudor-style manor built in 1929. It features high wood-beamed ceilings and hand-carved finishes throughout. The grand salon is definitely a place begging for a celebration, and that’s just one of the m...
  • open house Oct 2

    Designing a $58 Million Modern Mansion in Brentwood

    We’re checking out a Brentwood stunner with interior designer Lynda Murray. Lynda’s decor complimented Paul McClean’s contemporary architecture. She went with muted Earth tones, and soft fabrics that brought warmth and definition to the open flow of the interiors. And this being LA, we can’t forget about the beautifully desi...
  • open house Sep 15

    A Unique Former Carriage House on the Upper East Side

    We’re exploring a unique former carriage house on the Upper East Side that has been transformed into a stylish townhome. And at 26 feet wide, it’s is a true rarity in New York. Its scale makes it a fantastic place to entertain, plus, there’s a sky-lit sculptural staircase that floods the center of the house with light. It’s ...
  • open house Sep 15

    A Beautifully Designed Upper East Side Apartment

    We’re on the Upper East Side in an apartment designed by Texas-based interior designer Emily Summers. Emily retained the original details of the prewar building, but incorporated modern touches as well as her client’s vast collection of artwork and furniture from all over the world.

  • open house Sep 14

    A Sophisticated and Modern Estate in Brentwood

    We’re at a palatial estate in Brentwood that impresses the moment you enter through its stately front gates. The home combines classic detailing with a clean, modern aesthetic– a delicate contrast that can be seen in each of its sprawling entertaining spaces and sophisticated bedrooms. This nearly 13,000 square foot estate is filled wit...
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