Candles, and statues, and fauna, oh my! This Grecian grotto is truly a slice of heaven fit for the gods. And that picturesque sky ceiling you see? The owner spent two weeks painting it.
This master suite of the eight bed, nine bathroom estate is a perfect blend of masculine and feminine with floral touches and dark leather.
This dining area comes with gilded utensils and dinnerware beneath a chandelier that simply exudes opulence. And did we mention it's just one of five dining rooms?
The 10,000 square foot home has a mid-century style entry way with lava rock posts imported from Mexico. Talk about hot real estate!
This classic entry way is the ideal space for some more classics. It's big enough to hold six of the owners antique cars -- perfect for stylishly commuting from Conroe, Texas to nearby Houston.
This larger than life manor comes with a three-person air-conditioned fort guarded by an antique cannon. The fort comes equipped with with a second story observation deck to take in the six acres of Texas land.
Oh you just have one kitchen in your home? How gauche. Sugarfoot Manor is equipped with three to handle even a Texas-sized dinner party.
The second of three kitchens, is a little bit country adorned with beautiful copper cookware that doubles as a design piece.
The home is owned by a classic car dealer, who clearly has an affinity for priceless antiques.
Every bathroom needs gilded swan faucets with bird shaped taps -- is there any other way to get clean?
The master bath of The Townhouse is covered in floor to ceiling mirrors with an antique claw foot tub, making for a revealing bath time experience.
Possibly the coziest breakfast nook we've ever seen--imagine the fabulous brunches you could have at The Townhouse!
Texas-sized walk-in closet of the master suite ensures room for all your favorite items, from ballgowns to cowboy boots.
Those marble floors looking familiar? Well, if you're a Pierce Brosnan fan they might. They are a copy from the townhouse in his film, 'The Thomas Crown Affair.'
The Townhouse sits in the busy Museum district of Houston -- and it's no wonder, this home is truly a piece of art.
The ebonized wood you see in the guest room of the four bed four bath estate is seen throughout the home, giving the look of a fine old European chateau.
We love the contrasted ebonized wood with the stark white walls and white marble counter tops. This updated kitchen reflects modern color aesthetics with a European feel that's truly London meets Texas.
The second floor living room boasts French chandeliers costing $175,000 -- lighting is everything, after all.
The $30,000 gold leaf ceilings of the walk-in closet are sure to brighten any bad fashion day.
The London style home includes four floors with 4,600 square feet, leaving no one wanting for space. Not even a Texan.
If you fancy a pop of color, The Townhouse has you covered, with its basic black and white aesthetic with vibrant punches of color, like the blue staircase of the entryway.
The master suite's floor mosaic took over two weeks to install -- but hey, they didn't build Rome in a day either.
The octagonal dining room employs a deep oxblood red for the walls -- creating a jewel box with garland plaster relief inside the home.
The estate is owned by a financier, who makes his entrance into this 16,000 square foot estate through and entry way of old growth cypress doors, trusses and beams. That same financier also spent over $30 million on building and decorating Bayou Breeze.
Bayou Breeze is a Houston home that sits on almost four acres of the Buffalo Bayou, giving the estate its name.
The home casts a romantic fairy tale glow with its ivy, roses, and stonework.
Talk about a kids room of our childhood dreams! The rooms are connected by play house loft with Juliet balconies. Where for art thou Romeo -- and when can we move in?
The kitchen has black English counter tops and a calming country cabinetry that is on trend with minty green tones. Oh and that dutch arched door offers pass-through service to the pool. Isn't it nice when form meets function?
The beautiful hardwood floors you see, which run throughout the home, were taken from tobacco barns.
The double ceilings of the living room allow for a rush of Texas light to fill this massive and warm space.
But there's more. This master suite has a sitting area with bay windows, perfect for some summer time reading and relaxation.
The master suite of the six-bed, seven-bath home has a beautiful dark wood canopy, and an elegant coffered ceiling.
The grounds evoke an English garden blanketed with roses, idyllic for pensive strolls and Victorian love affairs.