Friday, July 1, 2011


When Courteney Cox purchased this home in Malibu, she hired architect Michael Kovac to renovate the home and interior designer Trip Haenisch to design the interior.  Cox wanted a more open and light-filled home with a lot of privacy, and that is exactly what she got.

The walls are painted white, the trim is bronzed-steel, the floors are hardwood, and there are glass walls.  The kitchen looks out onto the deck, the pool, and the sea.  The exterior of the home blends with the surrounding trees.  There is also a tennis court and a screen porch, with a smaller kitchen, and a window for the chef to serve the food.

Cox worked closely with the architect and designer, having a weekly meeting to discuss the issues.  Her perfectionist ways paid off!  ENJOY!

To read more about this gorgeous home, pick up the July issue of Elle Decor.

See you soon,
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Angela Parmer Duke said...


red ticking said...

it is such a great issue... i love keith mcnally's home...
my friend ted tuttle is in the issue as well and my boyfriend shot his home... it is so amazing... beautiful home in the middle of a tiny town here in washington! centralia... where he grew up.

happy 4th dear teresa.... xoxo

Rene said...

Lovely images as always Teresa. I'm really loving black and white at the moment. Happy 4th!

The enchanted home said...

Love how open and sunlit it is even with touches of black and gray, love all the open light...fabulous!

quintessence said...

Just LOVE this issue of Elle Decor. While Cox's home is certainly stunning - it's a tad too stark for me and my not perfectly kempt ways!!

Carla@DesignintheWoods said...

Just like the art on the wall says.....LOVE LOVE LOVE
Have a great 4th!

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