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 , 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 . "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  and share your thoughts on his renovations below.