You gotta love yellow if you plan on spending any time relaxing in the tub at Tamarisk. If not, there are two other bathrooms to choose from in this three bedroom, three bath estate.
The home in Rancho Mirage, California, sits on the tenth Fairway across from Frank Sinatra's old place. We can just imagine the Rat Pack getting up to no good in this classic pad.
This quartz fireplace offers a unique mid-century modern aesthetic to cozy up to.
The ranch style home, built in 1969, maybe '60s in architecture, but inside it's all '70s decor.
Tamarisk is 3,370 square feet of period architecture and decor that will have you doing the time warp, again.
The entire house wraps around a large courtyard that is definitely keeping the groove alive with the unique pieces from the swinging '60s and '70s.
If you like kitsch, then Tamarisk is for you -- there's even astro turf for your inner flower child. Just don't try to mow it.
All three bedrooms, like this teal one, take a color and run with it, indulging in outrageous patterns to fulfill your psychedelic dreams.
This kitchen is keeping it real with vintage appliances and a far out color choice.
If you're wondering how Tamarisk has such a bold aesthetic, it's owned by an art dealer. And can we talk about the lines in those dining room chairs?
The sofa's you see in Tamarisk were created by fashion designer Pierre Cardin. And yes, that's a shag carpet.
You're not seeing things, the wallpaper in this bedroom was custom printed to match the bedspread. These wall flowers are anything but shy.
This retro-fitted stove is a classic 1960's thermador range--how simple things were.
You don't have a fireplace in your bathroom? How quaint. Oh, and in case one isn't enough, there are 16 fireplaces throughout the estate at The Ranch.
The main house holds five bedrooms, and seven baths. This master suite includes a Spanish colonial aesthetic with columns, and tapestries fit for a king.
This traditional Mexican brick roof of the breakfast nook boasts reclaimed wood beams from East Coast barns.
The home is owned by an interior designer, which might account for the impeccable aesthetic consistency and overall cohesion of Spanish Colonial design.
The 19,500 sqaure foot estate may have been built in 2009, but has design touches throughout that are nothing but old world.
The in-pool risers were imported from a Spanish convent. That is truly some holy water.
The imposing front doors imported from Spain hint at the luxury waiting inside this grand ranch-style home.
We love the mix of woods going on in the gourmet kitchen. The exposed wooden beams add a rustic feel to this traditional home.
Space is not a problem for The Ranch. The estate holds a guest house, maids' quarters, and stables, in addition to the main house with its expansive rooms.
We can see why this home rests in Paradise Valley -- it seems like heaven to us. All we need are marshmallows to roast and we're set!
You really can't have property in Arizona without a fabulous pool, and The Ranch does not disappoint with this small-scale, five-star hotel-level water park.
Wood lovers take note, wood work is the major design element in this 19,500 square foot estate.
The barn is climate controlled with misters where horses can take a break in the hot Arizona summer. That's perfect for when they are taking a load off between rides on the estates three acres of countryside.
Want to feel like you're sailing away as you bathe? Well Surfside has just the place for you --this limestone tub is shaped like a boat.
Overhead windows allow for you to soak in natural light as you shower in this sea of deep greys and browns.
Surfside, which resides on one acre of California's exclusive Del Mar beachfront, has three bedrooms and four spacious baths.
All the Western facing rooms, which in a house on the Pacific Ocean is just about all of them, have motorized blinds to control the temperature of privacy at the touch of a button.
Those are custom cherry sliding doors that can separate the master suite from the main house, so you can be as alone or not so alone as you'd like.
The office is filled with warm colors, from the earth tones in the rug to the amber tones of the wood work.
The minimalist lap pool outside the the 4,00 square foot home pulls double duty as it reflects sun into the house to brighten any cloudy day.
The stone you see covering this modern home cost a mere $250,000 -- and worth every penny.
The laminated glass is the same as in windshields letting as much of the West Coast light in as possible as you stroll Surfsides halls.
If the kitchen seems a bit closed off to you, never fear...
The partition opens up when wanting to be a bit more social as you host a dinner.
Put those monogrammed slippers away, these seemingly cold marble floors are actually heated.
The living room features curved windows that stretch from the floor to custom ceilings and are made of shatter resistant and UV protective glass. Basically, really high end sunglasses for your home.
The home sits on 55 feet of beach side land, truly a surfer's paradise.
As you can see, the ranch-style home was designed to make the most of it's prime ocean front setting.
The Property Envy gang may not have been in love with the design of the house, but who can argue with such a gorgeous view?