From a French West Indies-inspired compound outside of New Orleans to a preppy vacation home on Cape Cod, here are the 10 homes featured on Dering Hall this year that were most popular with our readers.
10.Hernandez Greene’s update to a 1940’s ranch home in the hills above West Hollywood, California, that combined bright and inviting living spaces with the client’s collection of traditional family art and heirlooms. Tour the home here>
8. Architect Ken Tate's use of French Louisiana architectural elements and French West Indies-inspired details to create an elegant New Orleans estate that honors local traditions and culture. Tour the home here>
6. Interior designer Chad McPhail’s use of vintage furniture, from a range of periods, and a warm, neutral color palette to complement the striking architecture of a Silverlake, California, home built in the 1930s. Tour the home here>
5. A 1730’s Westchester farmhouse that was skillfully updated by Kara Mann with a design that preserved the home’s impressive history but used contemporary accents to lighten up the traditional environment. Tour the home here>
4. A Birmingham, Alabama, residence designed by architect Jeffrey Dungan to look like an English abbey, especially in its architectural detailing and layout, that also incorprates modern details for its well-traveled owners. Tour the home here>
3. A family vacation home in Cape Cod designed by Liz Caan with a colorful, fresh look that is preppy without being dated or too stylized. Tour the home here>
2. A stunning new home in Rhode Island that architecture firm Shope Reno Wharton designed to fit in perfectly with its picturesque coastal New England location and look like a timeless seaside escape. Tour the home here>