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Creative Details. Alcove with blond-wood herringbone floor, lacquered ecru walls, trompe l'oeil ceiling of malachite slices. Jean Royere vintage lamps and a pair of Mark Grotjahn works.  AD February 2015.    Designer: Rafael de Cárdenas.

A living room alcove includes a pair of Mark Grotjahn works mounted over a custom-designed De Cárdenas daybed upholstered in a Bergamo fabric; the lamps are vintage Jean Royère, and the chair, covered in a Lelièvre jacquard, is by Garouste and Bonetti.

A large artwork by Francis hangs in the hallway, which is paved in antique Belgian bluestone; the Behnke-designed lanterns and the sconce are by Paul Ferrante.

A large artwork by Sam Francis hangs in the hallway of Gisele Bündchen and Tom Brady's Los Angeles home, which is paved in antique Belgian bluestone; the Joan Behnke–designed lanterns and the sconce are by Paul Ferrante.

Light and furniture color

Homeowner: Gisele Bündchen and Tom Brady Modern Office/Library by Joan Behnke & Associates Inc. and Landry Design Group Inc. in Los Angeles, California

Once a monastery and now a sublime family retreat, a grandee’s 16th-century country house in Toledo, Spain, remains an object of devotionAn adventuresome Seattle couple enlists Olson Kundig Architects to create a Cascade Mountain compound for skiing, hiking, and communing with natureToning down his hallmark high-octane aesthetic, decorator Miles Redd conjures a seriously soigné home for a family in California

Near the fireplace of this New York City apartment, which was renovated by S. Gambrel in collaboration with the architecture firm Arcologica, the club chairs (covered in a Fortuny cotton) and leather ottoman are Gambrel designs, fabricated by Dune, whi

Vibrant Purple ● Bedroom

Antique mirror wall behind bed. eclectic bedroom by RSVP Design Services - not into all that purple and velvet, I just dig that antiqued mirror wall reflecting all the natural light!

Master bedroom

On a Grand Scale: A Home in India by Jean-Louis Deniot. For French designer Jean-Louis Deniot, the assignment to create an estate in New Delhi from the ground up was the commission of his dreams. All it took to transform it into reality were ingenuity,