Teresa Cain, founder and CEO of Interior Solutions Design Group, discusses luxury home features that define the design dimensions of new luxury, blending traditional and transitional styles.
Two renowned designers share their secrets for holiday home decoration.
In Henderson, Nevada, 15 miles south of Las Vegas, lies Ascaya, an ultra-luxury enclave built on terraced land cut into the McCullough Mountains. The first home finished is the work of SB Architects, and offers clear air, views, and peace at 2,514 feet above sea level.
This pavilion-designed home, with exterior sculpture gardens and interior original art, flows into a seamless art-appreciation experience for both visitor and homeowner.
A creative couple builds their dream home in the country.
Uniting Asia, Europe and West Vancouver
Master artistry intertwined with a rugged landscape will make this Scottish home a permanent residence in your heart.
When traditional holiday decor meets a clean-lined, open-concept ranch home in Southern California, the result is a Christmas design that’s equal parts magic and restrained chic.
After a lifetime of collecting fine art and antiques, one couple realized their dream of building a home that matches the level of artistry they so admire.
Take a journey into the private home of designer Bianca Fusco Zanatta for a lesson on how to reinterpret old-world aesthetics with pop and polish.
A divine pastime touring European castles inspires venturesome homeowner to design and build an opulent classical chateau in the Pacific Northwest.
Stroll through one of Vancouver Island’s finest coastal estates — a showcase of Old World craftsmanship orchestrated like a symphony.
One of the world’s top interior designers lets us into a beloved Atlanta residence where he rediscovers the France of his childhood in an unexpected place.
This is the private residence of Eric Lee, a self-taught architectural designer with a philosophy to craft distinctively traditional homes with modern execution.
Like a storybook come to life, Vancouver’s most lavish and legendary mansion gets dressed up for the holidays and opens its doors to raise money for a local children’s charity.
All that glitters is gold in this classical residence in West Vancouver’s British Properties
The Titanic’s legendary interiors, the stylised curves of the Louis Philippe design era, and the bespoke craftsmanship of a British furniture maker inspired the transformation of a Vancouver home perched just above the seawall.
The grandeur of a West Side mansion rests in the harmony of classical architecture, with the contribution of fine artisans throughout Vancouver to create freshly updated, timeless room settings.
To meet the clients’ specifications, Esposito tore away the palimpsest of earlier construction and began from the bones.
Vancouver’s elite are acquiring a taste for Old World architecture. Merging stylistic elements from Parisian chateaus and English country manors, the panache of European design is en vogue and enjoying a revival on the West Coast.
Interior designer Mark Cravotta layered sophisticated textures, eclectic shapes and time periods with such effect that this second residence now feels more like home than home.
There’s a whimsical charm to this residence — a sense that history, legend, and artistry have come together in a single expression of exquisite elegance.
The challenge for designer Joy Chao of John Henshaw Architect Inc. was to create a home with a sense of history for a homeowner.
When one architect’s unfinished dream is finished by another, the results can be stunning. Grand spaces for entertaining and comfortable family living are realized with an addition.
When the aged estate came on the market, Hungerford seized the opportunity to finetune her finesse for merging tradition with au courant design.
Art Deco Inspiration: Paris Flair.
At night when the light glows from this nautically-inspired home in Vancouver’s Point Grey neighbourhood, passersby can’t help being drawn to it. ...
Exquisite blue brick, simple clean lines and beautiful spacial design paint a picturesque modern dream home.
In the foyer, white Carrera marble extends up to create a dramatic inlaid feature wall — a material that’s found on every floor of this 7,355-square-foot residence.
If Louis XIV were to find himself magically transported to Southborough Drive in West Vancouver, he could easily be forgiven for requiring a moment to get his bearings.