I’m not usually the biggest fan of huge, square, ultra modern homes. As you may have surmised, I’m of the more-is-more school of philosophy when it comes to interiors, preferring splashes of color and eclectic collectibles scattered throughout the home. However, in the case of real-estate entrepreneur Kurt Rappaport’s Malibu home (which features in the most recent issue of Architectural Digest), I have to make an exception. This place is a study in luxurious muted tones, industrial granite and white oak executed in long, clean lines and perfect harmony, masculine creamy furniture, and huge windows overlooking an expanse of Pacific Ocean. Designed by architectural designer Scott Mitchell with interiors by Denise Kuriger Design, the total effect is absolutely breath-taking and mesmerizing. When can I move in?
All images via Architectural Digest