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Stark Restoration Hardware house in St. Helena cuts price

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Home of noted CEO snips $2 million off asking

Rife with shades of gray and industrial-chic decor, the home of Gary Friedman, CEO of luxury retailer Restoration Hardware, landed on the market in August to the tune of $10.5 million.

Today that asking price has been reduced by a cool $2 million.

Dubbed Eight Palms, the home is RH from tip to toe. Unmistakably so.

When we first wrote about the St. Helena home, its aesthetic polarized many readers. Featuring tree trunk tables, oversized urn-like fountains, two seven-foot black Etruscan fountains flanking flanking the front door, and an overall stark/dark minimalism, some found the home to be a tad too much.

“It looks exactly the way I expected it would,” quipped mercury613. “And that’s all I’m going to say.”

Others weren’t so nice.

That said, it’s a gorgeous property for those with an eye on minimalism. And, come on, that master-bath shower is jaw-dropping.

Coming in at six bedrooms, four and a half baths, and 5,772 square feet, Eight Palms now asks $8,500,000.