Designer Joe Lucas turned this California home into a contemporary escape.
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.
Wait until you see the stunning stained glass.
The lattice roof hints at the home's centuries-old history.
But emotion dictated whether each room was dark and moody or bright and airy.
The bold hues shine even brighter at night.
When a Hollywood executive relocates from L.A., you don't skimp on style.
Be warned: This list might inspire you sell your home and downsize immediately.
Opulent colors — and a little disco music — bring elegance to this entertaining hotspot.
Each room showcases a different designer's work.
The holidays don't always mean red and green.
Historical artwork and furniture seamlessly blend with modern prints.
The designer was all about taking chances with decorative eye candy.
Vivd blue and white patterns bring timeless elegance.
A favorite-things-only approach results in elegant rooms that showcase creativity.
Antlers and bold prints give this coastal home a breath of fresh air.
What we wouldn't give to spend Thanksgiving here!
Welcome to the world's most adorable backyard getaway.
The guest bedroom belongs in a Spanish hacienda.
You'll want to stock up yourself after touring this charming farmhouse.
Her backyard is a dream.
Even the powder room is wallpapered with natural history books.
Tempered with hints of black and white, this home is feminine without being overly sweet.
It's all part of the "vintage Everglades" theme.
From the big, bold art to the purple, pink and blue color scheme, this apartment is entirely luxe.