Kiki Interiors - Decor and Staging

Thursday, January 16, 2014

Celebrity Style - Kid Rock

I noticed recently that this amazing home is up for sale ( not my price point) but it is absolutely stunning....and the seller of the property is Kid Rock! It's back on the market for $12,750,000, or 10 percent more than he paid. Located in Malibu, California,8,305 square feet and has five bedrooms and five bathrooms plus a guest cottage  - it might not be what you would expect from the outrageous rocker.  It is full of polished hardwood floors, floor-to-ceiling windows, high-ceilings, arched doorways, and multiple fireplaces.  There is a wrap-around terrace, a state-of-the art kitchen, a large dining room, and an office, exotic treasures, beautiful photography, a tranquil colour combination mixing light airy whites and deep rich espresso tones, organic textures paired with industrial touches. Kid Rock worked with designer Martyn Lawrence Bullard on the interior design.

Photos: Kid Rock's Malibu home

I love the easy and calming exterior of this home.  it actually reminds me of a villa I once stayed in in Jamaica. The clean and crisp white exterior with lots of open entertaining space is just one thing that I love.  The gardens are pristine but not stuffy and formal.  The clean lines of the pool keep everything in balance too.

I love the mix of textures and tones in the space.  The leather, wood, and sea grass add a luxurious yet casual feel.  I love the pops of print too.  But the art displays are truly unique and really reflect the interests of the owner.   The mix of medium and deep rich tones really pop against the clean white walls.

The kitchen and dining space is perfect for entertaining.  The openness of the floor plan  allows for flow and the extra large windows let in a breeze and lots of light.  I love the mix of the large plank floors, the white walls and the industrial stainless steel accents in the lighting and in the kitchen. 

 Photos: Kid Rock's Malibu home

The master bedroom continues the theme of  contrast, texture and pattern.  I love the canopy bedding it's romantic and a bit exotic.  A truly romantic space....

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