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  • open house Feb 18

    Designing a Hexagonal Home

    We’re with Heidi Bonesteel, co-founder of the So-Cal based design firm Bonesteel Trout Hall. This home is set on an acre and a half of land and its uniquely hexagonal shape was inspired by the stark, geometric architecture of Frank Lloyd Wright. Heidi and her partners embraced the challenge by adding texture and warmth to off-set the cooler materials.

  • open house Feb 18

    Touring a Modern LA Home with CNBC Star Aaron Kirman

    We’re in Beverly Hills with Aaron Kirman, star of CNBC’s new show “Listing Impossible.” This sleek, ultra-modern home is filled with large entertaining spaces that flow effortlessly into each other. Bespoke design details coupled with honest use of materials make the home feel unique and constantly surprising. It’s also flooded with natural light through walls of glass which open...

  • open house Feb 18

    How To Design a Family-Friendly Rental Apartment

    We’re in Chelsea with designer Tali Roth. Tali didn’t let the fact that she lives in a rental stop her from creating a personalized home for her and her family. She shares all of the unique touches she brought to this loft-like space including large inviting furnishings, durable materials, pops of color, and… A Cactus.

  • open house Feb 18

    A Duplex Penthouse in the Iconic American Thread Building

    We’re in Tribeca at an over 3,700 square foot duplex penthouse atop the iconic American Thread Building. It combines a refined design aesthetic with the energy of the neighborhood. With grand open spaces, gallery walls and natural light, the soaring ceilings make it an entertainers dream. But the careful attention to details is the true star of the show. Link…

  • open house Feb 18

    Inside George Faison’s Famous Firehouse Theater in West Harlem

    We’re in West Harlem at the Faison Firehouse Theater – a nearly 32-foot-wide former firehouse built in the Beaux-Arts style in 1909. Today it serves as a theater, creative hub, and home of owner and artistic director George Faison, a Tony Award-winning dancer and choreographer. This is truly personalized design – by a New York original. Every inch of the…

  • open house Feb 10

    A Sophisticated Spin on a Suburban Bachelor Pad

    We’re in Union, New Jersey with interior designer Beth Diana Smith. Beth’s client had owned his home for years and was finally ready for a change. We see how Beth brought a sophisticated spin to a suburban bachelor pad, using the impressive fireplace as her jumping off point.

  • open house Feb 10

    A Design Masterpiece in 432 Park Avenue

    We are in one of Midtown’s most famous buildings, 432 Park Avenue, with New York-based interior designer Bill McIntosh. His client needed a stylish pied-a-terre in the city but wanted to avoid a complete renovation. See how Bill’s subtle decor choices created a smart, stylish, and sophisticated city retreat.

  • open house Feb 10

    A Gallery-Like Apartment on the East Side

    We’re with artist and designer Leyden Lewis on the East Side of Manhattan near the U.N. Leyden used his client’s vast art collection as his inspiration and created a minimalist aesthetic of an art gallery with an easy flow between spaces. He then installed custom finishes throughout for a truly curated look. The result is a unique apartment that...

  • open house Feb 10

    Touring a $39 MILLION South Beach Penthouse with Cheryl Eisen

    We’re high above South Beach atop one of the city’s most exclusive buildings with Cheryl Eisen. Cheryl designed this over 11,000 square foot triplex penthouse to be a reflection of the city itself: glamorous yet comfortable, sprawling yet intimate, sexy yet serene. Link to listing: https://mickduchon.elliman.com/florida/continuum-south-100-south-pointe-drive-ph2-miami-beach-dzcsfqt

  • open house Feb 10

    A Vibrant Miami Beach Home with Never-Ending Surprises

    We’re in Miami Beach with architects Todd Davis and Rob Brown. The pair are known for their holistic approach and surprising asthetic. Texture, a vibrant mix of materials, and an artists eye for color all combine in this unique home.

  • open house Feb 5

    Rock ‘n’ Roll in a L.A. English Manor

    We’re with Arvin Haddad, one of the stars of the CNBC Show “Listing Impossible.” The home was actually inspired by an english manor – which isn’t exactly the first thing that comes to mind when you think of L.A. living. That being said, the home is a constant surprise. It features interiors that combine a distinguished and elegant old-world...

  • open house Feb 5

    What $16 MILLION Looks Like in Greenwich Village

    We’re in Greenwich Village for a look at a sleek yet sprawling townhouse just steps from Washington Square Park. Though built in the early 1930s, it has been updated from top to bottom by Interior Marketing Group into a stylish and contemporary home both inside and out. Link to listing: https://streeteasy.com/sale/1404473

  • open house Feb 5

    A Modern Waterfront Home in Fort Lauderdale with Walls of Glass

    We’re in Fort Lauderdale at this riverfront architectural gem designed by architect Max Strang. Max was inspired by the highly influenced Sarasota School of Architecture, characterized by open-plan structures and spaces with walls of glass that help it engage with its surroundings. The result is a home that feels vibrant, exciting, and always unexpected-inside or out, rain or shine.

  • open house Feb 5

    An Art Deco Masterpiece in Miami Beach

    We’re in Miami Beach with Toronto-based curator Stephan Weishaupt. When Stephan came across this perfectly preserved art deco structure for which Miami is so well known, he fell in love and set about making it his own both inside and out. Every room is more compelling than the last and the serenity he’s created outside is just as...

  • open house Jan 14

    A Family Friendly Bed-Stuy Brownstone

    We’re in Bed-Stuy, Brooklyn at the townhome of New York based architect, Hormuz Batliboi. The project was a gut renovation and it gave Hormuz the opportunity to express his distinct design language. He embraced the original architecture of the building while ingeniously updating the interior. The result is a visually arresting yet comfortable home for his family.

  • open house Jan 14

    A $28 MILLION Designer Gut Renovation on Grove Street

    We’re in Greenwich Village on idyllic Grove Street at a beautifully appointed home designed by Brooke Gomez. This was a gut renovation and every decision was made to both respect the character and history of the building while also bringing a timeless elegance and continental flare to the interiors. Link to listing: https://isaacsganzrealestate.com/property/grove-street-townhouse/

  • open house Jan 14

    A Comfortable and Contemporary Brooklyn Brownstone

    We’re in the Prospect Heights neighborhood of Brooklyn for a look at how designer Louisa Roeder married the original details of her Brooklyn Brownstone into her eclectic and contemporary aesthetic.

  • open house Jan 13

    An Art Director’s Neutral but Eclectic LA Apartment

    We’re in the historic district of Mid-Wilshire, Los Angeles with creative Madelynn Furlong. When designing her home, Madelynn fell in love with the original details and sought to highlight the rich history of the space. In doing so, she kept the color palette neutral, focusing on adding textures and finishes. The result is an eclectic mix of vintage and...

  • open house Jan 13

    A Timeless Home Just Steps from the Ocean

    We’re at Rockaway Beach for a look at an impressive abode just steps from the water. The home is filled with generous entertaining ares from the formal to the relaxed – all accentuated with classic architectural details, giving the home a timeless elegance. And if the manicured backyard isn’t enough for you, well, just head to the beach. Link...

  • open house Jan 13

    A Serene, Contemplative Home Overlooking a Pond

    We’re in northern Westchester with architect Alan Barlis of the firm Barlis Wedlick. Nestled upon a wooded landscape and overlooking a pond, the home has been dubbed “The Beckoning Path” for the contemplative walks it encourages through its serene grounds. Inside, it’s filled with adaptable open spaces and natural materials that reflect those gorgeous surroundings.

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