A Grand Tour: Multimillion Dollar Spaces From HGTV's Million Dollar Rooms

HGTV's series Million Dollar Rooms offers you an all-access pass to some of the world's most lavish and luxurious homes and a look inside their most costly and extravagant rooms.

Jenner-Kardashian Closets: Kris Jenner

L.A.'s hottest high-end closet designer, Lisa Adams, creates dream closets for celebrity clients. Here's one she created for Kris Jenner of Keeping Up with the Kardashians fame.

Jenner-Kardashian Closets: Kendall Jenner

As part of her closet makeovers for the Jenner/Kardashian family, closet specialist Lisa Adams provided some order and organization for the wardrobe of Kendall Jenner, the oldest daughter of Bruce and Kris Jenner. This project was Lisa's first experience dealing directly with teenagers in custom closet design.

Jenner-Kardashian Closets: Kylie Jenner

Kylie, the younger Jenner sibling, also got a closet revamp from Hollywood closet guru Lisa Adams. Lisa's closet mantra is "a place for everything and everything in its place." With wardrobes of the scope found among the Jenners and Kardashians, that sometimes required some thinning of the inventory. The end result, however, is a closet that offers the feeling and accessibility of a favorite clothing boutique.

Celebrity Closets: Whitney Port

Before the closet redesign for TV personality Whitney Port could begin, Whitney had to reduce her wardrobe from 1,500 to a mere 1,250 items. The open shelves for the shoes were measured and spaced to accommodate the height of the tallest high heels.

Glass Pavilion Home in Santa Barbara

The 14,000-square-foot home of designer Steve Hermann, set in a secluded oak grove near Santa Barbara, Calif., is almost entirely transparent. The house, which took more than six years to build, has five bedrooms and six baths.

Glass Pavilion Home in Santa Barbara

The home's elegant and open design was created with the intent of providing a sense of serenity and direct connection with nature.

Glass Pavilion Home in Santa Barbara

The unique master bedroom features a wall of book-matched marble from Italy and a panoramic view of the landscape. The house sits on four acres and is surrounded by 20 additional acres of estate so, although the structure is essentially see-through, there is still plenty of privacy. Remote-controlled blinds, which can be operated via smartphone, provide additional privacy when desired.

Glass Pavilion Home in Santa Barbara

Like the master bedroom, the master bath is designed to provide a virtual outdoor experience, creating the impression that the space is open to the outside. The seamless glass windows that form the outer walls are made of Starfire glass, a highly specialized glass that is actually clearer than ordinary glass and typically reserved for such purposes as building jewelry display cases and high-end aquariums. The cost of upgrading from clear glass to Starfire glass was more than $1 million. The master bath's freestanding tub cost more than $20,000.

Glass Pavilion Home in Santa Barbara

The back wall of the master bedroom is upholstered in a neutral-colored fabric to offset the glass and polished marble surfaces and provide an element of warmth. The expansive master bedroom is cantilevered so that the space is uninterrupted by interior columns or support walls.

Glass Pavilion Home in Santa Barbara

Pieces of Mario Bellini sectional seating were collected from a variety of sources and then refinished to match the master bedroom's decor.

Glass Pavilion Home in Santa Barbara

The huge walk-in closet is adjacent to the master bedroom and bath. Half of the closet is an open-storage design while the other half makes use of hand-lacquered cabinetry from Italy.

Glass Pavilion Home in Santa Barbara

The home's kitchen features the same sleek, minimalist design and open space as those found throughout the house.

Desert Mansion in Palm Springs

This 15,000-square-foot mansion is worth more than $15 million and was custom engineered around the existing natural landscape. The front entrance and courtyard incorporate an amazing water feature integrated with the natural rock formations that were present on the property.

Desert Mansion in Palm Springs

The name of the mansion is "Eagle's Wings" and was chosen to convey the idea of an eagle's view of a landscape from a high precipice. The central interior feature of the house, the great room, offers a spectacular view.

Desert Mansion in Palm Springs

In addition to the view, highlights of the great room include walls and a fireplace sculpted from natural stone, a one-of-a-kind coffee table made from the cross-section of a tree, a tabletop made from polished fossilized stone from Morocco and artwork valued at more than $130,000.

Desert Mansion in Palm Springs

The master bedroom is a private sanctuary featuring natural wood and stone elements, a huge bed with custom lighted headboard and a private deck.

Desert Mansion in Palm Springs

The design of the large master bath, like most of the rooms, provides a spectacular view of the natural surroundings. In the master suite, natural rock and boulders were specially cut so that windows could be constructed "through" the stone. This creates the effect that the natural rock formation actually extends from the outdoors into the room's interior. One of the two showers in the master bath is carved into natural granite and features an indoor waterfall.

Desert Mansion in Palm Springs

At the rear of the house, the great room opens onto an upper-level entertainment space extending out from the main bar. On the lower level is a patio, full outdoor kitchen, hot tub and infinity pool constructed to blend visually with the landscape.

Desert Mansion in Palm Springs

The formal dining room is located just off the great room and features a curved bow window, custom lighting and distinctive crystal chandelier.

Desert Mansion in Palm Springs

The downstairs wine room has a window looking out onto a cave formation with water falling from above.

West Coast Palace in the California Hills

Architect Brian Lerman was the creative force behind this Gatsby-esque 22,000-square-foot Southern California estate. Though it sits on the opposite coast from Gatsby's fabled West Egg, the home's size, scope and appointments could easily have drawn inspiration from the resplendent mansions described in F. Scott Fitzgerald's famous novel. There are, in fact, six rooms in this house that cost more than $1 million to construct.

West Coast Palace in the California Hills

The foyer in this home, with its majestic dual staircase, detailed ironwork and domed skylight, offers a fitting first glimpse of the opulence to be found inside. The cost of this staircase alone was more than $350,000.

West Coast Palace in the California Hills

The home includes a two-story state-of-the-art workout facility outfitted with a full spectrum of pro-level exercise equipment.

West Coast Palace in the California Hills

The spa adjacent to the gym has several distinct spaces custom-designed for relaxation and healing, including this private massage room.

West Coast Palace in the California Hills

The cigar room is one of six rooms in the home with an estimated cost of more than $1 million. The room is equipped with a special ventilation system designed to remove cigar smoke, preventing it from permeating other rooms in the house.

West Coast Palace in the California Hills

Adjacent to the downstairs bar is this impressive 3500-bottle wine cellar featuring beautiful limestone masonry and heavy wood beams. The wine cellar's design was inspired by the owners' travels in Italy.

West Coast Palace in the California Hills

A three-story glass elevator opens in the basement level onto this plush downstairs bar and lounge area that's worthy of a luxury hotel. The lounge is immediately adjacent to a spectacular home theater. Remote-controlled theater curtains open up the space so that the lounge can extend directly into the theater. The theater ceiling is equipped with special fiber-optic accent lighting that creates the effect of a starlit sky complete with shooting stars. The AV system in the home is valued at more than $1.5 million.

West Coast Palace in the California Hills

This sunken spa bath, with marble tile and columns on either side, divides the "his" and "hers" sides of the massive walk-in closet.

A Family Castle and Fantasy Indoor Pool

Brian and Kim Ross built their lavish home in Cortland, Ohio. The home's interior totals 50,000 square feet, including the two garages. Even the garages are far from ordinary. This palatial home includes an in-home diner, a cinema, a Mayan-themed indoor swimming pool and an expansive garage filled with vintage Ferraris.

A Family Castle and Fantasy Indoor Pool

This sweeping, custom-designed dual staircase at the home's entryway greets all visitors. Despite the stately elegance of the home's foyer, further inside the home are spectacular rooms custom-created with pure fun and entertaining in mind.

A Family Castle and Fantasy Indoor Pool

An inviting loft space bordered by a curved wood banister overlooks the home's opulent library. This room's wood paneling makes use of cherry and walnut stock harvested from the forest on the property.

A Family Castle and Fantasy Indoor Pool

One of the home's most distinctive spaces is this indoor swimming pool, complete with waterfalls. This spectacular indoor oasis incorporates Mayan-ruin replicas and is illuminated by natural daylight from a glass ceiling supported by massive wood beams.

A Family Castle and Fantasy Indoor Pool

The Mayan-themed indoor pool, built inside a glass-ceilinged atrium, is the most expensive room in the house. The space was inspired by a trip the homeowners took to the Atlantis Resort in the Bahamas.

A Family Castle and Fantasy Indoor Pool

There are home theaters, and then there are home theaters. This one goes the extra mile by incorporating the architectural features of an actual movie theater: a ticket kiosk, theater doors and lobby display posters, including iconic vintage theater one-sheets for Jaws and the original Star Wars.

A Family Castle and Fantasy Indoor Pool

After taking in a movie in the home theater, Brian, Kim and their guests can step across the hall into the '50s-era diner. Glass tile, neon and art deco styling help bring period authenticity to this diner built into the home's downstairs. Formica tables, lots of shiny surfaces and actual booths and a serving counter flesh out the classic diner motif. The diner is a favorite room of the Ross kids and their friends.

A Family Castle and Fantasy Indoor Pool

Of the home's two climate-controlled garages, one is dedicated to a collection of late-model and vintage Ferraris, some more than 60 years old. Some individual cars in the collection are valued at more than $10 million.

Urban Party Loft in San Francisco

This five-floor apartment on Lombard Street in San Francisco was designed with epic parties in mind. The top-floor living room, with view of the bay and a wood-burning fireplace, is an ideal spot for relaxed entertaining with a small group of friends. The space employs contemporary decor with a low sectional sofa, imported Swedish rugs and a vaulted skylight. But the real party begins in the space below.

Urban Party Loft in San Francisco

The dedicated party space on the second floor is based on the design in a Hard Rock Hotel suite. This room features a full bar with built-in video games, club-style lighting that can be programmed with changing colors, a 110-inch projection TV and a 3,000-watt sound system that cost more than $100,000.

Urban Party Loft in San Francisco

The focal point of the party space is a handmade catwalk suspended from the ceiling and constructed from cast iron and tempered glass. The original art on the walls (and ceiling) is valued at more than $1 million.

Urban Party Loft in San Francisco

The kitchen in this modern San Francisco apartment features a mirrored ceiling, brushed metal appliances and contemporary Italian designs by Scavolini.

Zen Sanctuary in Beverly Hills

This 5200-square-foot modern home in Beverly Hills belongs to architect Troy Adams. The entire bottom floor is an open single room dubbed the "Zen luxe man cave" and includes a casual dining area, bar, living space and kitchen.

Zen Sanctuary in Beverly Hills

Asian influences and design are utilized both inside and outside the home to create a relaxing and peaceful atmosphere.

Zen Sanctuary in Beverly Hills

The art, furnishings and lighting within the space were selected to work together to suggest an air of sophistication and tranquility.

Zen Sanctuary in Beverly Hills

Architect/designer Troy Adams built this space with the deliberate intention of fashioning an environment that would be a serene haven fostering a sense of calm.

Zen Sanctuary in Beverly Hills

Much of the art on display throughout the space consists of genuine antiquities imported from Thailand. The purchase price for this piece was $400,000, but, since artifacts like these are no longer being exported, pieces like this have become virtually priceless.

Zen Sanctuary in Beverly Hills

These matched carvings were originally the outside corner blocks from an ancient building. It's been estimated that they were created between 300 and 600 A.D. The approximate value for these pieces is $300,000.

Zen Sanctuary in Beverly Hills

Clean-lined contemporary furnishings in subdued earth tones, halogen accent lighting and a dark wood floor all integrate well with the Asian motif and the featured artifacts and art.

Zen Sanctuary in Beverly Hills

The state-of-the-art kitchen features a meticulously designed chef's workspace, countertops of polished volcanic lava stone, subdued lighting and high-end cabinetry. The total cost for this kitchen was about $400,000.

Condo With Altitude in San Francisco

The owner of this condo in San Francisco traded the square footage of a suburban mansion for downtown living and fabulous city views.

Condo With Altitude in San Francisco

The sleek 57th-floor penthouse has modern styling, an amazing view of the bay and was upgraded with a custom-designed $1 million kitchen.

Condo With Altitude in San Francisco

The kitchen's modern European styling offers plenty of open space, elegant modern cabinetry by StudioBecker and an efficient, streamlined design.

Condo With Altitude in San Francisco

The high-tech wine cellar is fully temperature controlled and holds 750 bottles of wine and champagne. The total cost of the wine storage space was around $90,000.

Condo With Altitude in San Francisco

Separate seating areas adjacent to the kitchen make use of comfortable contemporary furniture and take full advantage of the full 180-degree view.

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