Two additional bedrooms a family room and other private quarters are housed in the upper level. Pristine white walls warm wooden surfaces and a largely neutral color scheme dominate the interiors. Recessed lighting and lovely art work add a tinge of color to the space even as the natural green outside becomes a part of the interiors thanks to the large floor-to-ceiling glass windows. A furnished terrace charming patio and a refreshing pool complete this opulent residence. Currently on sale for $6995000 it is a classy home that is well worth all that dough!
And when everything inside is beautifully decorated the outdoors is simply a mirror of the inhabitant’s care for both interior and exterior appeal. This balance between the beauty of interior spaces and an outdoor zone where man-made and natural colors meet is unequaled.
Contemporary features of the home were enhanced further by adding a stunning floating staircase with a glass railing. Interesting art work on the walls and the iconic Eames Lounger complete the transformation of House 1005 with style and sophistication!
This speaks of attention to detail which is an important feature of luxury. Careful not to destroy the fragile balance between design elements and colors you can end up having your dream home shining in natural light and sparkling with vivid colors creating an atmosphere you will love to experience daily.
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!
Next up flooding your home with natural light in search for vivid colors. Whether a skylight fills your home with light or a sliding door brings the breeze inside too vivid colors will always save spaces from monotony. Eclectic or hinting towards a traditional inspiration public and private spaces can beautifully be combined into a modern conglomerate of styles with the use of color.