Eclectic Style

  • Hollywood Storybook Mansion: Spare Bedroom

    The extra bedrooms in this unusual English Tudor/French Normandy house take full advantage of eves and interesting angles.   See the Image

  • Hollywood Storybook Mansion: Elaborate Basement

    The finished basement features a media room, billiard room designed as a wine cellar, playroom, gym, gift wrapping room, an office and a bar.    See the Image

  • Hollywood Storybook Mansion: Basement Bar

    The built-in bar is included, but that rainbow bowling ball collection and the jukebox would be extra.   See the Image

  • Hollywood Storybook Mansion: Ornate Entryway

    Leaded glass double doors open up to a striking entry with marble flooring and a Schonbek crystal chandelier.    See the Image

  • Hollywood Storybook Mansion: Among Burbank's Best

    This home is the residential legacy left by Marco Zappia, an Emmy-winning TV editor who worked on shows like All in the Family, Hee Haw, 8 Simple Rules and Home Improvement.    See the Image

  • Atlanta's Big Mike Geier, Paris on Ponce

    Located in the Old Fourth Ward/Poncey Highlands, Paris on Ponce is a one-of-a-kind antiques store that also has an event venue where Big Mike performs.    See the Image

  • Atlanta's Big Mike Geier, Daddy D'z

    This joint's motto is "we ain't pretty, but we're good." Daddy D'z is located near Grant Park and the Oakland Historic Cemetery.    See the Image

  • WORSTCOOKNYC-Master-Bedroom

    Kathleen Perkins talks to FrontDoor about her Fort Greene carriage house, which she rented out to the Food Network for its upcoming season of 'Worst Cooks in America.'   See the Gallery

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    Published 12/26/13 in Houses

    "The stair treads are Indonesian rosewood, which is hundreds of years old and ecologically harvested. The railings are made from 19th-century window screens that came from Java."   See the Image


    Published 12/26/13 in Houses

    "This deck is for grilling and eating, with beautiful views over the large private garden, which was formerly the [site of the] Hollenbeck mansion."   See the Image