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Architectural Digest Features Hillary Ryan’s Restoration Hardware Estate

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If you’ve ever visited an RH store and wanted to move in, now is your chance. The home brand—known for mixing modern furnishings with antique, patinated finishes—has transformed a Napa Valley estate into an RH haven, named Eight Palms, replete with design and furnishings exclusively from the brand. Over a two-year period, RH CEO Gary Friedman worked to remodel the California property to fit the company’s highly specific aesthetic, giving the space a charcoal-gray scheme and staples such as Italian bed linens. The idea behind the project was to create a house that was fully devised and ready for move-in, including all fixtures, furnishings, and even herbs planted in the garden. There is an expansive great room, featuring a 16-foot boxed ceiling, a wood-burning limestone fireplace, and brass chandeliers. Outside, there are olive trees and stone planters with boxwood topiaries rising from European decomposed granite. The grounds also include vineyards, multiple gardens, an expansive pool, and a guesthouse. Listed for $10.5 million, this 5,140-square-foot home has 6 bedrooms and 5.5 baths. Listed for $10.5 million, this 5,140-square-foot home has 6 bedrooms and 5.5 baths. Contact: Pacific Union; Hillary Ryan

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