Starting off this Monday visiting Courtney Cox's Malibu home.
Courtney's house is designed by Trip Haenisch in black, white and grey.
In her kitchen sitting a Massimo Vitali photograph hangs on the wall making this room more personal and adds a bit of color to the grey and white decor. I love those two stools, which are by Paul McCobb and the rug by the Rug Company.
Most of the flooring in the house are stone flooring. Also the fireplace is the same stone, which makes it all come together. I love the big windows that gives such great light in the home. Haenicsh designed the sofa and the chair is Hans Wegner. Color is brought in by pillows and throws. Adding just a few colorful items will make the room look so much more interesting.
Vintage barstools adds the finishing touch to this white glossy modern kitchen. I love it, when you mix modern with old pieces.
The outside deck is a mix of wood, concrete and stone - very natural and beautiful.
A fire-place in the middle of a banquette outlooking the sea - beautiful
Open galley kitchen to the deck with upholstered stools.
Concrete table with vintage leather chairs - again loving the mix of modern and vintage.
Sitting area in the master bedroom. A Hermes throw on a custom-made daybed and rug by the Rug Company. Everything is held in black, grey, wood and white.
The master bath is again in the same grey toned colors. I love that velvet chair and ottoman. Drawing in the background is made by Courtney's father.
The master bedroom is centered around the bed ; head-and foot-boards are made of zinc. I'm pretty sure the footboard holds a tv inside that can pop up.
The screening house kitchen is all steel and stone flooring. Very practical and modern.
A huge Arsen Roje painting is the center of this pool room again with flagstone flooring. Blackman Cruz chairs softens it all up.
A comfy place on the deck with a teak stool and Paola Lenti chair.
From the master bedroom you can go directly out on the deck overlooking the Pacific Ocean.
A saltwater pool with ottomans and striped pillows - I'm a sucker for stripes. The flagstone flooring continues from the home out on the patio - a great way to make everything come together perfectly.
The outdoor dining area with a steel and teak pergola. Table and chair are byRoyal Botania and pendants are from Blend Interiors.
I personally love Courtney's home. I think it's personal and modern with beautiful, cool vintage pieces. Hard stone flooring combined with soft rugs and furniture is a great combo.
What do you think of her Malibu home?