How do you imagine your dream home to be? My dream home has a sandy beach and the ocean as backyard, just like this place. This stunning French-inspired beach home is located in Malibu and possess the picturesque charm of the South of France.
This home is not a dream only because of its location, but also because of the way it was constructed and decorated. Take for example the rooftop, that’s composed of three layers of tile and illustrates the many facets of classic French style. Extremely detailed in conception and design, this two bedroom, three bathroom home couldn’t feel warmer, with its 30 year old oak floors and wall colors.
The living room has been decorated with Belgium linen sofas, distressed leather club chairs, and custom built bookcases which spans the length and height of one wall anchored by a large natural stone fireplace. The main living area features a Clive Christian designed kitchen with luxurious appliances including a La Cornue stove, Sub Zero refrigerator and Miele dishwasher.
The atmosphere is relaxed, with an unerring eye for detail as it exudes space with its vaulted beamed ceilings, unique architectural elements, and comfortable and cozy furnishings.
Hearing the Weaves
This is what this house is all about…
This French-inspired kitchen is breathtaking!
These antique stools are incredible!
Every detail in this kitchen was truly well-designed and selected. Are you feeling inspired?
Kitchen & Dining
Great transition from the kitchen to the dining room.
You Eat To Live and Not Live to Eat
Keep everything simple, so your attention is always focused on the views.
This table works perfectly with the chairs. It creates a great balance with the rest of the decor.
The beautiful mirror accentuates the arched nook.
I love this built-in bar/cabinet. Isn’t it so charming?
This house is not huge, but it has many built-ins and space to display what you want to or hide some other things that aren’t attractive.
Stunning coffee table.
An older leather club chair is all you need to bring charm into a room.
I’ll be very honest. I think this room should feel lighter. The furnishings are very “heavy” for a beach house. The bed is the only piece of furniture I’d keep in this room.
Isn’t that tub inviting?
This guest bedrooms has a better feeling than the master. Well done!
Can you imagine enjoying this view every day?
Come On Over
Invite your friends to spend the afternoon here.
Let’s walk and talk about what’s happening in our lives at this moment…
No lawn mowing around here!
Let the waves wash away any stress…
For more details, visit: La Costa Beach Malibu.
What do you think of this French-inspired dream home? Is it your style?
Also, today I’m sharing one of my posts at Nautical Cottage Blog. Please, take a look if you have a minute.
This weekend was great! Remember when I said it’s difficult to do everything we want to do with a baby? Well, it’s true. Whenever we get out, we feel a bit stressed because we have to bring so many things and I’m the kind of mother that feels really bad if my baby don’t eat on the right time.
Having said that, I don’t want to make my older kids to feel this summer isn’t being adventurous like the other ones, and I’ve decided we’ll have more fun with things around us and even at home.
We went to the library last week and I got a very easy recipe book (for kids/teens that are learning to cook) and I gave it to the kids to choose what they want to make. My son chose pizza and my daughter, chocolate cake. So, we went to the supermarket on Saturday and they bought all the ingredients we needed and we cooked a lot when we came back home.
Cooking with kids is fun, but you need to learn to be calm. Don’t worry too much about the mess, after all, they’re learning! Besides, no one can have fun with a grumpy person with a cloth on hands!
Everything turned out to be very yummy and the best of all, is knowing the kids really enjoyed it and felt we had a really great weekend.
Life does not create memories without efforts. Everyday feels blank and the same when we don’t move and act.
What kind of memory are you going to create today? Make the effort.
Luciane at HomeBunch.com
Source: La Costa Beach Malibu
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