Original front elevation of the home was kept intact while incorporating brand new interiors that included two new upper level extensions that provided private quarters for the adults and the children separately. While the stylish lower level sports a living space that is connected visually with the backyard and a dining area the top floors house the bedrooms which offer lovely views along with ample privacy.
The former Friends star now owns this gorgeous home in Malibu that showcases a cool and understated coastal style. Interiors of the residence are largely kept neutral in nature with a heavy presence of driftwood that grounds the entire space and brings in the necessary warmth. The ceiling sports large wooden beams which also give the home a very distinct look. Another of Matthew’s former Friends co-star Courtney Cox already owns a Malibu beach house not too far off as well.
With a rather elegant blue and white exterior (finished in highly durable fluoropolymer paint) the 2100-square-foot home doesn’t even hint at the fantastic interior that you see upon entering. The design strikes with colorful additions that bring life and define the its personality. Everything has a contemporary touch starting with the open space living room the bright kitchen design and finishing with a stunning dining area.
Indulging in a colorful and relaxing environment allows you to explore the beauty of our diverse world. So many nuances that go through continuous changes as the light diminishes or increases.
Since both the clients and the architects wanted to create a home that had greater visual connectivity with the outdoors large floor-to-ceiling glass windows were utilized in an expansive fashion. This not only created a more airy and open atmosphere but allowed for ample natural ventilation to drive out any remaining dark corners.
With large and flowing spaces ergonomic décor and innovative lighting House Tat floors you with its distinct and dazzling look. Lighting plays a pivotal role in highlighting and elevating the interiors of most homes conceptualized and brought to life by Nico van der Meulen Architects. This signature style is pretty evident in House Tat as well as large pendant lights recessed lighting and track lighting combine to add a warm and inviting charm to the residence.
Though the color palette of the home is neutral with pristine white dominating the scene a touch of warm wooden surfaces and dash of color here and there offers balanced contrast. Modern art on the walls and accent pillows help add further color to the space.