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The First Floor of This Family’s French Farmhouse Used to Be Reserved for Barn Animals

While the original staircase remains, now it’s a favorite hangout spot.

When the Light Hits Just Right, Our Custom Bookshelves Appear to Be a Series of Buildings

In the office, a blackboard wall helps bring such ideas to life.

Black painted home and wooden front porch surrounded by green, leafy trees in the woods

Color Complements All the Wood Details in This ’70s Home Turned Modern Cabin

Including a green-stained floor.

From the Utensil Rack to the Tub, All That’s New in This Home Is Meant to Look Old

“I never want anything to scream ‘shiny.’”

Covered in Mirrors, This Home’s Structural Column Is a Statement, Not a Hindrance

Let there be every direction.

Even the Open Kitchen Shelving in This Textile Designer’s Home Is Patterned

And that’s just one smart use of scrap fabric.

A Plaster Staircase Masquerades as Kitchen Storage in This Serene Seaside French Home

Although the family’s favorite place to gather is the garden.

A Stone Farmhouse, Civil War–Era Addition, and Stucco New Build Come Together in the Hudson Valley

“There isn’t a sense of departure; it’s just a continuation of spaces.”

A Breezy Courtyard Was the Draw for This First-Time Homeowner—A Black Kitchen Came Next

She considers her Venice home her “first solo art project.”

This Sonoma Retreat Is Designed for Bicycling (and Wine Drinking and Bocce)

The ultimate hobbyist’s getaway.

The Windowless Kitchen in This Traditional London Home Holds a Colorful Surprise

Nearby, a green marble dining table can host three generations.

Even the Kitchen Island in This L.A. Artist’s Home Is Covered in Her Signature Waves

There’s something almost addictive about them.

A Vintage eBay Score Gave This Old Cottage the Perfect Lived-In Feel

Plus the cozy peach dining nook is perfect for game night.

18 Acres of Solitude and 1980s Charm Drew These Former New Yorkers to Connecticut

They learned to appreciate their stainless steel counters.

Playful Touches (Scalloped Stone! Rhubarb Shelves!) Grace Every Room in This English Home

Things start off strong with a sunny yellow entry.

At This Montecito Ranch House, a Garage Door Gives New Meaning to the Term “Open Kitchen”

Easy, breezy, and oh so beautiful.

Animal Prints Blend Right Into This Scottish Designer’s Secret Garden–Like Home

Fringed lighting and painted screens complete the scene.

A Massive Pink Velvet Sofa Is the Heart of This French Creative’s 1956 L.A. Home

She wasn’t supposed to be shopping when she found it.