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.
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.
LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE
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!