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.
About $12 million and if you have that kind of cash to splurge around Malibu does sport similar real estate that will blow you away with grandeur. Now for the sake of Chandler we hope it is not Janice who buys the property next door!
In our quest for luxury not only high-rising panoramas adorned with Patricia Urquiola’s Tropicalia Cocoon Hanging Chairs have the power to amaze us bathrooms and pools speak the same language of hope for better design. When color and creativity meet stunningly simple spaces can become platforms for observing the surroundings or they can become works of art themselves.
Giving a traditional home a contemporary overhaul is a task far more challenging than designing a brand new residence from scratch. The pre-imposed constraints often make the work of architects that much more difficult. Stephenson ISA Studio though has done a commendable job in turning an old and dull residence in Manchester UK into a fabulous modern home that exudes transparency and class. One of the major elements of design that altered the look of the existing structure was the extensive use of glass.
The kitchen sparkles. It has plenty of cabinets and a kitchen island that provides more than enough storage space eye-catching glass shelves and beautiful pendant lights from Artemide to complete the looks. The open space environment also houses an elegant dining table and a very small home office space in case you need to search the Internet for a fancy recipe when guests are coming over.
A refreshing pool ergonomic modern kitchen and luxurious bathrooms complete the home. in the bedroom and large floor-to-ceiling glass windows employed throughout offer unabated views at all times while bringing in a sense of light and airy freshness.
An abundance of colors can also balance the cold feeling of materials used to create the living spaces. For example colorful glass vases accentuated by expressive paintings cut through the cold atmosphere buried in the steel and glass staircase thus lifting the floating staircase to new levels of expression.