Residents of Haig Point get around on golf carts on the 1,050-acre property that has a Rees Jones golf course and is dotted with everything from cottages to mansions along the Calibogue Sound.
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The upstairs guest bathroom has tiles from Höganäs Keramik, a century-old Swedish brand.
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In Old Brookville, N.Y., this newly completed 17th century-style chÃ¢teau was inspired by the Palace of Versailles.
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On the staircase in the foyer, the cast-iron and gold-leaf banister is a replica of one found at Le Petit Trianon.
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Made by Copenhagen-based Scanomat, the TopBrewer is a faucet-shaped espresso maker built into the countertop. The whole unit takes up about the same space as a dishwasher and comes in five finishes.
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More kitchen appliances and fixtures are coming in smaller sizes to accommodate tight spaces in apartments, wet bars and butlerâ€™s pantries.
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A girl’s passion for horses is reflected in the wallpaper in her bedroom featuring a herd of grays. Fairy lights and a princess dressing table keep things suitably girly.
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The master bathroom in this London home has a neutral palette, freestanding tub and ladder-style towel bar.
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The living room of a circa 1947 midcentury-modern home in Ontario, Calif., designed by Paul Williams.
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Architect Paul Williams designed this 1938 Georgian Colonial Revival in Los Angelesâ€™s Holmby Hills neighborhood.
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