What’s New In Art, Architecture, And Design
From art and jewelry, to wellness spaces, to bold colors, here’s what’s in vogue.
Highlights from this week’s top news stories on luxury and global real estate, art, collectibles, and home.
The imposing brick building started life in 1887 as a fire station in the Historic Hill neighborhood. Redwood Hose Station 8 was an active fire station until 1912, after which the house functioned as an upholstery shop and then a triplex apartment.
A Knoxville Home Gets a Modern Upgrade – Wall Street Journal
An L.A. Home Asking $62 Million Includes a Playful Perk: Model Racetrack – Wall Street Journal
4 Key Benefits of Virtual Staging You Need to Know – Realty Times
How to create a home for multigenerational living – Financial Times
Custom Art is Helping High-End Homeowners Paint a Clearer Picture – Wall Street Journal
Palm Beach house fetches $7M in ocean block of Everglade Ave – Palm Beach Post
$7.9M Florida Keys home includes resort-like pool – Fox Business
Idyllic Lakefront Living in Indiana – Wall Street Journal
Five of the world’s best homes for sale for indoor games – Financial Times
A Gentleman’s Farm on 38 Acres in South Carolina – Mansion Global
$1.25 Million Homes in California – New York Times
New Zealand’s most expensive home ever is hitting the market – Financial Review
Barton Myers is Selling His Award-Winning Santa Barbara Home for $8.2M – Wall Street Journal
This Southampton Estate Listed for $20M Exudes Classic Hamptons Elegance – Cottages + Gardens
Modern Villa in the Japanese Resort Town of Karuizawa – Mansion Global
Take a Virtual Tour of the Most Luxurious Real Estate for Sale now – Boat International