Behind every great design is a great story. From city loft apartments to traditional farmhouses, to kitchen remodels and outdoor makeovers, our favorite architecture and design professionals take us behind the scenes of their most impressive work.
Luxe fabrics, colorful wallpapers and heirloom furnishings give this custom-built family home European flair. Designer Kate Duckworth created a design based on the homeowners' love of France with an eye on a warm family home perfect for entertaining.
See how architect Chris Light and designer Ohara Davies-Gaetano used an open layout, soaring windows, warm wood finishes and coastal fossils to make this beach house in sunny Dana Point, Calif., feel like a beautiful Balinese villa.
A white farmhouse is given a coastal sensibility through the use of texture in furnishings and wall coverings, eye-catching fabrics and colorful artwork. The home's open floor plan offers plenty of space for entertaining and opens up to bring the outdoors in.
See how interior designer Raegan Ford layered neutral furnishings, patterned accents and hints of color to create a sophisticated family home for a client in Paradise Valley, Ariz.
Wanting a home that she and her husband both adored, designer Jessica McClendon outfitted her 1950s unit with a bold mix of vintage and modern pieces. The result is an eclectic design that's easy on the eyes.
Like a refreshing approach to design? Check out this home from Annie Lowengart, where a punchy palette reveals how one couple met, fell in love and combined design styles.
Jessica Kensky and Patrick Downes discuss the beauty of universal design, just in time for the 2017 Boston Marathon.