Celebrity home tours are always fun because they give you a peak into what is often unique and luxurious living. One of my all-time favorites has come to us recently. Jensen Ackles, star of the TV show Supernatural (one of our favorites), recently put his Malibu home on the market and we were gifted with stunning photographs of the interior and exterior from PopSugar. There is not much, if anything, I would change about this home. Its style is warm and inviting with a subtle coastal vibe that is elegant and refreshing. The finishes are upscale, but understated. It’s a great example of luxury that is livable.
The entrance is flanked by stunning tropical foliage that makes the property feel like a private paradise. The journey to the front door is a pleasure in its own right.
A deep blue around the doors makes them pop on the cream walls and serves as a bold accent.
Weathered cabinets are grounded by a solid, deep blue on the island. Marble counter tops bring a crisp look to the space.
Here, you can see the bar stools that mimic the blue on the island. A graphic backsplash mixes all the tones in the kitchen for a nice contemporary touch.
White accents pop against rich blue walls that remind you that the ocean is close by. Instead of regular chairs, a pair of settees flank the table.
Coastal wood tones on the tables, chairs and doors bring a rustic flair to the open space.
A bar area carries on the deep blue and a stunning contrast of white marble.
A sectional creates a natural flow in this living room that is a nice balance between comfort and style.
Recurring accents of blue and grey foster the vibe of a soothing retreat in the master suite.
A grey tone on the wood cabinets brings in a coastal flair to this clean, elegant bathroom.
Open shelves make a smaller bathroom feel more open, as long as they are kept organized and uncluttered.
A mixture of glass and solid cabinet doors help keep your eye moving through the space.
There are plenty of entertaining opportunities throughout this outdoor space.
The colorful tile on the outdoor kitchen countertop matches the tile in the pool.
All I have to say is: when can I move in?