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A rendering of the two-story winter garden that is part of the penthouse inside London’s Dollar Bay development. The winter gardens have mechanical louvers that open to allow fresh air.
A dog surveys the grounds of this modern farmhouse in Sacramento, which overlooks a 10-acre property of olive groves and heritage oaks. #dogsofwsj
The couple have decorated with framed sketches from a book by Alexander Calder, seen here over the dining table.
The owner of this Brooklyn apartment decorated with a Paulistano armchair, PaperStone countertops, Muuto pendant lights and poured-concrete floors.
Adding loft spaces into massive great rooms can freshen the space and add intimacy—though owners warn of noises and curious visitors.
This home in Herriman, Utah, was modeled after the floating house in 'Up,' the 2009 animated movie, down to the custom armchairs for Carl and Ellie and the fanciful phonograph on the table.
The boy’s bedroom features a den in the eaves—exited via a fireman’s pole.
The double oven in the kitchen of a home in Southampton, N.Y. There are a total of three ovens, two warming drawers, three prep areas and two sets of fridge/freezer combinations in the home.
The master bedroom in a duplex penthouse in HafenCity, a neighborhood in Hamburg.
The couple spent $7,200 on the light fixture above their bathtub, which has a view of the new Elbphilharmonie concert hall.