11 Homes on the Market Bursting with Interior Design Inspiration
June 1, 2020
April 2, 2020 Anne Giordano
While the word “home” often harkens to something familiar, it can also include elements that transport you far away. This lavish abode listed in Palm Desert, California is full of regal Moroccan influences, both in its aesthetic style with ornate tiles and in the lifestyle it promotes. With a lush courtyard and two spas, this spread is all about wellness and embracing nature.
Bold colors and Instagram-worthy details reign in this Tribeca penthouse seeking $12.1 million. Decorated by A-list interior designer Neal Beckstedt, it is not only a treasure for whoever buys it, but it also offers plenty of inspiration for anyone seeking to jazz up their interiors. From the bright red sitting room with a wine wall to the kitchen decked out in marble, this penthouse is a prime example of how maximalism is wonderfully livable.
This midcentury modern in New Milford has a living room that looks like it is floating in the treetops. Walls of glass surround the sleek sitting and dining area, making nature the focal point of the space. By keeping the décor to a minimum and using mainly earth tones, a feeling of tranquility exists without distraction. The haven is a vision of simple elegance and is on the market asking just $1.45 million.
Famous interior designer Kelly Wearstler is known for creating incredible, audacious spaces that play with color, pattern, and geometric shapes. Her boundary-pushing style is on full display at comedian Sebastian Maniscalo’s LA home, which is currently up for sale. Skillfully boasting every color and pattern imaginable, the entire abode is an inspiration to infuse whimsy and fun into everyday rooms.
Striking a balance between rustic and contemporary is no easy feat, but this luxurious Malibu home listed for almost $19 million does it beautifully. With a mix of distressed wood beams and clean lines, there is a natural feel here that allows ocean views to shine. Perched right on bluffs that lead down to the beach, it’s no wonder this house is said to be a favorite celebrity staycation spot.
Less is more at actor Jason Statham’s house, which is on the market in Hollywood Hills. Offering plenty of minimalist inspiration inside and out, natural light and open space is in abundance here despite the home’s modest footprint. With sparse furnishings and few pieces of décor, rooms seem larger and more airy, yet remain inviting.
When a fashion designer moves into interior design, the result is captivating and runway-ready. This Palm Beach Island home revamped and listed by Lisa Perry proves that with its vibrant color-blocking and artful details. From flower-shaped ottomans to bright red sofas, spaces are filled with daring touches yet balanced by stark white walls.
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