Looking up at the 17th floor of a certain residential tower in Malad, a suburb of Mumbai in India, some residents often wonder what the heck is going on up there. At night the brightly lit interiors glow vibrantly in every... more »
Steve and Jeri Wakefield had the idea nine years ago to build an elaborate tree house for their grandsons, Lincoln and Sullivan Scott, in their Dallas backyard. They hired architect and family friend James... more »
Although the bathroom isn't the first room you might think to put a fireplace in, adding a fireplace near your tub can create the ultimate relaxing refuge. Take a look at these amazing master bathrooms, complete with their own beautifully integrated fireplaces.... more »
With outdoor pools drained, covered and ready to weather the winter, let's turn our attention to the pleasures of swimming under a roof. For most of us, that means a trip to the gym or the local YMCA. But for a lucky few, it just means stepping into a... more »
Subterranean parking next to a wine cellar, plus a car elevator and a vanishing TV in the bathroom mirror — is there anything this man cave in Connecticut is missing? A remote-controlled toilet, perhaps? No, it has that too.
Rick Krug and... more »
We spend about 30 percent of our lives in bed, so we may as well make it count. Beds are the stars of the bedroom (hence the term "bedroom"), and designwise they are our chance to let our personalities shine.
The bed is a personal space,... more »
Although the fictional Holly Golightly lived in a tiny New York apartment, this fantasy dining room would have suited her just fine. Created for October's Serving Up Style 2012 fundraising event in Portland,... more »
Although many of us don't use our dining rooms regularly (I'm more of a couch and coffee table gal myself), the space still begs to be bold and exciting. For October's Serving Up Style 2012 fundraising event... more »
The shape of this 100-year-old California coast live oak just begged to hold a tree house. Although it took a while to get the project started, the Studebaker family in Burlingame, California, worked together to build a special and soothing place. "Thinking... more »
Did you know that ceramic tile has been dated back as far as 8000 BCE? And though the availability and popularity of glass tile exploded in the 1990s, the first glass tiles were made more than 2,000 years ago.
I am fascinated with... more »
This roundup of sensational vanities is giving me an unhealthy level of vanity envy. Is that a thing? If you long for a bathroom vanity that is truly unique, then these will get you thinking creatively about your space. All but two of these are custom... more »
Designing his dream man cave wasn't just about fun for John Hopen — it was about fulfilling a childhood fantasy. Having recently started his own woodworking company, Hopen finally had the means to create the workshop he'd been envisioning since he was... more »
Any real estate broker can tell you that the most sought-after feature of a home is a view. Gazing into the distance can provide us with a sense of calm and invigorate us, increasing our feeling of well-being. It's hard to imagine improving on beautiful... more »