Tour a Montecito vacation home designed by Mark D. Sikes.
It's the monarch's favorite holiday home.
It's the Magic School Bus IRL.
Imagine the world's most tricked-out country club.
See how a royal footman must travel to deliver food for royal events.
Better yet: Everyone's invited.
Red Alert: Candytopia is coming to New York City. Plan your vacation days accordingly.
Perched high above the ground, these dreamy, treetop cabins have views for days.
Are you a Nantucket boathouse or more of a Hamptons cottage?
We can practically feel the ocean breeze.
We live here now.
Designer Janie Molster brings the drama to this classic Virginia space.
Even cooler: You can shop Sharon Lee's line of wallpapers and fabrics.
The famous author's home is beautiful and meaningful all at once.
This glamorous renovation has earned its moment in the spotlight.
Designers Wendy Wurtzburger and Chris Bentley didn't skip a detail.
Be warned: This list might inspire you sell your home and downsize immediately.
But in 2018, Kristin Kong is less about water beds and more into regal hues.
Intricate wallpaper and handpicked fabrics give this home character and charm.
Designers Marshall Watson and Kate Reid transformed this cozy cottage into a northern European-inspired escape.
Designer Joe Lucas turned this California home into a contemporary escape.
Daring prints and quirky accents make this 1840s home one to remember.
Contrast and continuity are vital to this home's harmony.
Designer Shaun Smith made sure to keep the home's history intact.
The designers say that each room tells a unique story.
Designer Lindsey Lane went for the "clean-lined tropical" look.
Storage and kid-friendly furniture were a must for these parents-t0-be.