Architectural Digest was given a tour of the relaxed private family quarters at the White House of the Obamas.
This ultimate beach cottage is designed in the traditional shingle-style American luxury home. Every room on the main level opens onto a porch. The most interesting feature of the house is the fully accessible lighthouse tower.
This historically significant Neo-Classical home located in Pacific Heights, San Francisco was built in 1906 and designed by renowned architect Julius E. Krafft.
The 8,335 sq. ft. home features a stunning entrance portico, grand wooden staircase, formal living room, formal dining room, parlor, gourmet kitchen with breakfast area, indoor solarium, 6 bedrooms and 7.5 bathrooms.
Interior designer Tim Clarke is well known for creating unique spaces inspired by modern classicism. The timeless and sophisticated interiors celebrates modern elegance.
Interior designer Gary Spain has a flair for drama. These eclectic traditional interiors look like something out of a movie set. The richness of the decor and attention to details provide an elegance that stimulates one’s senses.
This 18th century house in Marrakech, Morocco belonging to Caitlin and Samuel Dowe-Sandes is a blend of contemporary interior design with traditional Morrocan elements. The old-fashioned cement tiles in the courtyard were preserved with its black-and-white motifs. Whimsical elements throughout add drama and style to the heavenly interior decor.
This elegant conservatory designed by Russian interior designer Kirill Istomin has a green palette that makes this a natural winter garden. The richness of the traditional interior decoration with a four poster daybed as the central focus of the room creates a warm and cozy atmosphere.