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If you haven’t already visited the Veranda UnVeils: The House of Windsor, it’s well worth braving the worst of L.A. traffic — aka “Carmageddon” — for the final weekend of this stunning house tour.

Veranda UnVeils The House of Windsor

With the help of  nine A-list, LA-based interior designers and landscape architects, designer extraordinaire Windsor Smith transformed the house into a masterpiece of comfortable modern luxury. (Check out coverage of the preview party at The Editor at Large.)

House of Windsor Kitchen

If you, like me, can’t make it to LA, the next best way to tour The House of Windsor is the gorgeous spread on 1st Dibs. After taking a photo tour of the house, I’ve decided this is absolutely my favorite room. I love a kitchen with a farmhouse sink, but a kitchen with a white and gray marble apron-front sink with matching gray cabinets makes my heart thump.

We’d love to hear which is your favorite room in The House of Windsor and why?

Tell us in the comments below.

7 Responses

  1. Briana@HGTV says:

    I'll see your "heart thump" and raise you a [droooooool]. That kitchen is very swoon-worthy. Great post!

  2. Hilary_HGTV says:

    Kayla, I totally agree…rustic yet soft industrial. Strangely perfect combo.

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  4. Karli_HGTV says:

    While the interiors of this home are totally delish, I found myself going gaga over the floor plan. My dad built lovely residential homes for years and I love a well-thought-out blueprint.

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  6. Anna@HGTV says:

    I'm "gaga" for the herring bone wood floors and herring bone fireplace tile you can see on the show house home page!

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  • Not only does the new island create a natural barrier

  • To keep the color palette uniform throughout the house,

  • The Scott brothers made the dining room even more

  • By knocking down the great room wall and raising the floor