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, as seen on HGTV's Million Dollar Rooms.
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, as seen on HGTV's Million Dollar Rooms.
Neutral whites and grays offer a clean and modern look for this open concept kitchen, complete with a stainless steel gas range, an island with a sink and plenty of prep space, contemporary dining table and a sitting area only steps from it all. A red wall with red seating paired with red accessories offers an unexpected pop of color in the space.
Featured on HGTV's Million Dollar Rooms , this formal dining room boasts a distinctive crystal chandelier hung from a tray ceiling, a glass-top pedestal table and enough seating for a grand party.
As seen on HGTV’s Million Dollar Rooms, this penthouse living room in San Francisco offers stunning views of the city and the bay from its floor-to-ceiling windows. The space is furnished with leather chairs and sofas, a glass coffee table and a contemporary chandelier for a sleek, understated look.
This lavish terrace with marble floors includes a covered outdoor kitchen just a few steps from poolside lounging. The pool area includes three separate outdoor kitchens.
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, as seen on HGTV's Million Dollar Rooms.
Since this San Francisco apartment has a skylight, you know it must be the penthouse. The living room, featured on HGTV's Million Dollar Rooms, features strong lines, sleek furniture and pops of bright colors.
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, as seen on HGTV's Million Dollar Rooms.
This million dollar boathouse features a luxurious chartroom for guests to relax. The room boasts shuffleboard, video games, a bowling alley and a full bar, ensuring guests are fully entertained.
Streamlined cabinetry, colorful barstools and a hidden refrigerator are the stand-out features in this open kitchen. The San Francisco kitchen and all of its modern fixtures and finishes were featured on HGTV's Million Dollar Rooms.
This swanky master bedroom is a private sanctuary featuring natural wood and stone elements, a huge bed with a custom headboard and a private deck, as seen on HGTV's Million Dollar Rooms.
The Chateau du Grand Luce is an 18th century estate in France's Loire Valley. Its construction began in 1760 and the 45,000-square-foot mansion was completed four years later. American designer Timothy Corrigan bought and restored the house and gardens.
With an entire wall of windows framing a private natural landscape, this spacious master bedroom suite is a stylish and luxurious contemporary retreat. Colors, lines and fabrics are kept simple to keep the focus on the view.
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