We're falling so hard for these. (See what we did there?)
You don't have to feel claustrophobic ever again.
We love how the bookshelves are inscribed with important birth years.
Point to any object in this house, and movie executive Ricky Strauss can tell you a story about it.
Its vibrant interior rivals the breathtaking gardens.
You don't have to spend big bucks to make a big impact on your space.
It started with a wallcovering's pattern, and global artifacts added texture and intrigue.
For designer Kristen Panitch, it was a treat to redecorate this house for the second time.
Now Lynde Easterlin travels as far as India to get inspired.
Each room finds a balance between comfort and sophistication.
This home masters being "beachy without being too theme-y."
Write these products off as a self-investment.
Designer Martyn Lawrence Bullard says it's important to create rooms that make you feel and look good.
Botanical wallpaper served as the blueprint for this bright and sunny home designed by AshleyWhittaker.
Starting with the floral sofa, a nod to designer Shaun Smith's grandmother.
Their biggest struggle was finding enough space for their collectibles.
The hand-painted foyer offers a modern take on a warm welcome.
Six designers share how to make it look cohesive, not like a ton of clutter.
Tina Ramchandani believes minimalistic design is here to stay.
For Rivers Spencer, creating an ethereal and luminous home was a must.
"It was like pulling a rabbit out of a hat," Kevin Isbell says of the tight timeline.
For Melanie Turner, it was all about fresh paint, new hardware, and modern fabrics.
Jennifer Glickman personally favors Balenciaga and Balmain — can't argue with that.
The results are a perfect blend of California ease and city chic.
Throw the old rulebook out the window.
Wait until you see the hot pink Christmas tree.
We found the best way to string lights!