Wednesday, May 11, 2011

Moby's Mid-Century Modern Love

The New York Times Home & Garden section published a feature on musical artist Moby's home in the Hollywood Hills.  I was so surprised by the space as it's not at all what I would have expected.  Clean lines, incredible architectural components and countless mid-century modern furnishings fill the space.

 Beautiful exterior...

 The whole house is this contrast of dark wood and light walls.  Very crisp and clean yet interesting.

 Personally I would like to see more color in this room, but I imagine when you're in the space the understated decor allows the view to shine.

 I love this ceiling.

White cabinets and white subway tiles...swoon.

 Another great ceiling in the home.


 Everything about this property looks so peaceful, doesn't it?

Apparently, the home's original owner had a monkey who lived in this turret and screamed across the canyons...this fact is one that made the home so attractive to Moby in the first place, ha!

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