White walls and open spaces showcase the beautiful, blue ocean view that serves as the focal point for this Malibu home. The foyer opens to a contemporary staircase and an open-concept living room and kitchen with a rear wall made entirely of glass.
Constructed in 1853, this beautiful Federal-style home has been the residence of a number of high profile individuals, including August Coppla, brother of director Francis Ford Coppola. Can't you just imagine the family walking these halls or gathering in the kitchen?
This sunroom with navy wicker furniture, blue-and-white striped cushions and sisal carpeting has a breezy, beachy feel. A coffered ceiling dresses up the look and includes a useful ceiling fan for hot summer days.
The playroom for these girls has it all! In one corner, there is a cozy place to read. In the center of the room is floor space for play and a group table for puzzles and games. Finally, there is a space where each girl has her own desk and bulletin board.
This bright white home art studio receives pops of orange, yellow and red to liven up the space. A pair of orange and white chevron armchairs grounded by an abstract yellow rug offer a small, comfortable sitting area while the artist is at work. The simple red table lines up with the windows and provides plenty of space for painting. Design by Holly Bender Interiors.
Deliberate choices were made when choosing the modern art to keep this space minimal and bright while adding a touch of decor. The red and green from the plant life pop against the surrounding white walls. Dark hardwood flooring adds a warm contrast and grounds the light, airy design.