Restoration Hardware CEO Gary Friedman Put His Dream Home on the Market


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If you've ever wanted to live inside a Restoration Hardware store, here is your chance. CEO Gary Friedman recently listed his Napa Valley home for a cool $10.5 million, after custom-designing the spacious estate with the help of the Restoration Hardware team. Friedman initially bought the mansion, dubbed the Eight Palms, in 2013 for $5.9 million, and soon decided to renovate and re-list the home. 

As you'd expect, the fully-furnished home sticks to a neutral, gray-centric color palette, and focuses heavily on symmetry and simplicity from room-to-room. "Throughout the house, it's all about addition through subtraction," explains Friedman in a video by Pacific Union Real Estate. "There's one color of paint throughout the whole house; there's one color of floor finish throughout the whole house."

The 5772-square-foot estate houses six bedrooms and four-and-a-half bathrooms, in addition to a massive outdoor pool flanked by palm trees and a guest house. Friedman transformed the home's third garage into a gym and yoga studio, which sits next to a relaxing massage room. The indoor wine vault, organic garden, and outside kitchen complete the minimalist mansion.

Step inside Gary Friedman's Restoration Hardware dream home and share your thoughts on his renovations below.