Here’s the recipe for designing a home kitchen with restaurant style.
There’s no way around it: Building a true commercial kitchen inside a residential one is a major undertaking.
A quiet, monochromatic interior becomes a blank canvas for the owners’ artwork, the home’s mountain views, and the occupants themselves.
If your walls could speak, would they tell old jokes and dull stories? Or, would they whisper dark secrets, quip witty anecdotes, and scream and laugh with the joy of knowing their own beauty? These wall coverings have something smart to say. Are you listening?
An artist and his dog enjoy the old and the new of their Wexler home.
An inviting perch of wood, steel, and leather redefines your in-home happy hours.
Fete-worthy tabletops for a half-dozen occasions.
One Rancho Mirage homeowner shares her travel memories with guests through thoughtful displays of art and artifacts.
Wine cellars remain a popular use for today’s private, residential cave.
In a land of dirt-brown desertscapes, one company commits to going green, Contempo