This Glam NYC Apartment Has the Best Bold Bedroom Ceiling — House Tour

Name: Brittaney Elise MintonLocation: Manhattan, New YorkSize: 900 square feetYears lived in: Almost 1 year, renting The celebrity interior designer and lifestyle expert who launched BE by Brittaney Elise Minton knows how to design a space that wows. She’s designed several of the new Bellami Beauty Bars and the Calabasas residence of Bellami Hair’s founder, Nikki Eslami (a house which was once owned by Kylie Jenner!) She’s worked with celebrities like Zendaya and Selena Gomez. She’s designed spaces from hair salons to tattoo parlors. Every project has seen her signature combination of beauty, glam and style, including her own Manhattan Read More

This Brooklyn Rental Has Boutique Hotel Vibes — House Tour

Name: Grace Atwood and her Persian cat Tyrion Lannister CreampuffLocation: Williamsburg — BrooklynSize: 1,300 square feetYears lived in: 1 year, renting Textile Designer Rebecca Atwood isn’t the only one with talent in her family. Her sister, Grace Atwood, started (and runs full time) a blog called The Stripe as a “source of inspiration for the modern woman” eight years ago, covering all sorts of topics like DIY, beauty, fashion, travel, design, and more. Grace recently made the move from a small studio apartment in Manhattan to a roomy rental in Williamsburg, and she’s spent the last year designing a space Read More

A Chicago Shop Owner's "Eclectic Parisian Bordello" Style — House Tour

Name: Marianne and Balthazar de Ley and pup CocoLocation: Logan Square — Chicago, IllinoisSize: 1,100 square feetYears lived in: 5 years, renting Marianne is the shop owner of The Savoy Flea, A Modern Antiquary Studio, in Chicago’s West Town neighborhood, a store specializing in an eclectic, maximalist mix of Parisian Chic, Hollywood Regency, and Art Deco styles. Over the course of shopping for her store, Marianne has collected rare and unique pieces for the home she shares with her husband Balthazar. READ MORE » Powered by WPeMatico

A Fearlessly Decorated Loft in a Restored Firehouse — House Tour

Name: Bailey Li of Bailey Li InteriorsLocation: The Valley Arts District — Orange, New JerseySize: 670 square feetYears lived in: 1 year, renting I love the idea of residing in a restored firehouse that is now used as a live/work art gallery that houses a group of creatives from different mediums! It’s like living in a piece of history that is birthing a new story. There were once tales of horse-driven fire carriages that would load up right in my space and head out to save lives in the nearby community. And now there are several tales being created daily Read More

A "Laid-Back Glamorous" San Francisco Studio — House Tour

Name: Kym PesolaLocation: Lower Pacific Heights — San Francisco, CaliforniaSize: 400 square feetYears lived in: 1.5 years, renting “I wouldn’t say ‘no’ to a real dining table and more space, but it’s actually cozy to gather around on the floor and the sofa when friends come to visit.” In one sentence, media relations manager Kym Pesola sums up big pros and cons of studio apartment living: the intimacy it can offer and the lack of space. So she made the best out of her home by dividing it to suit all her needs (even squeezing in a keyboard). Although Kym Read More

The Bold & Beautiful Beverly Hills Home of the Founders of Too Faced Cosmetics — House Tour

Name: Jerrod Blandino and Jeremy Johnson, the co-founders of Too Faced Cosmetics, and their chihuahua, CloverLocation: Beverly Hills Size: 2,121 square feetYears Lived In: 2.5 years, owned Too Faced Cosmetics—the cruelty-free global beauty and cosmetics brand started in 1998 and sold in over 30 countries—is known for its ability to not take makeup too seriously. Their “Better Than Sex” mascara is iconic with a cult-like following. They’re responsible for the world’s first glitter eye shadow. And frankly I appreciate any company that so freely uses puns in its product names (looking at you, “Chocolate Brow-nie“). And the Beverly Hills home Read More

"California Vintage Global Glam" in North Carolina — House Tour

Name: Ariene C. Bethea and Daren Z. Bethea II (and Mini)Location: Charlotte, North CarolinaSize: 3,100 Square FeetYears lived in: 9 years, owned There are dreamers and there are doers. Ariene Bethea fits into the latter. Ariene brought her dream to life through her designer furnishings storefront, Dressing Rooms Interiors Studio. She has been called a “design maven,” whose arrival is “changing the face of design in the South.” Her style is abundant throughout her residence in Charlotte, which she shares with her husband, Daren, (a dreamer and a doer in his own right). Daren provides his expertise in chiropractic medicine Read More

An Adventurously Dreamy Home with a Touch of Golden Glam — House Tour

Name: Audra WrisleyLocation: Alexandria, VirginaSize: 900 square feetYears lived in: Owned 3 years A super successful photography business isn’t the only thing Audra and her husband, Thijs, have built together; they’ve also transformed their 1940s condo into an inviting and beautiful home to share with family and friends. READ MORE » Powered by WPeMatico

The Timeless Houston Home of the House of Harper — House Tour

Name: Caroline Harper Knapp, her husband, and their sons, Knox and AndrewLocation: Briargrove — Houston, TexasSize: 2,500 square feetYears lived in: 3 years, owned When Caroline Harper Knapp moved back to her home state of Texas a few years ago from New York, she knew she would have more space to design a home for her and her family. Having almost 2,500 square feet to work with meant she would get to experiment with traditional home elements that the lack of space in New York had not allowed her to — like a large entryway, a formal dining room, and Read More

A Classic Glam Apartment in Italy Designed on a Budget — House Tour

Name: Marci and Carlos Cordero, with children Penelope and MitchellLocation: Vicenza, ItalySize: 2,150 square feetYears lived in: 5 months, renting Marci and Carlos have only lived in their Italian apartment for five months, but you’d never know it from looking around. There are photos and art hung (even with the stubborn concrete walls!) and every piece of furniture seems to fit into place and have a home. This could be because of Marci’s philosophy of being incredibly intentional with bringing things into her home, or because they’re a military family and pros at moving by now. READ MORE » Powered Read More