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MIRANDA KERR’S MALIBU BEACH HOUSE

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LOVING THIS HOME TOUR OF MIRANDA’S MALIBU HOME

After close to a decade in New York, she moved to Malibu just over a year ago, so she and her four-year-old son, Flynn, could have a bit of space — a luxury she didn’t feel was attainable living in Manhattan.


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“I do love New York, but I feel like having Flynn, it’s important for him to have outdoor space and room to play,” she says. “In the mornings, he likes to go up and look at the garden and see what strawberries might have grown, or he likes to ride his scooter around or swim in the pool or jump on the trampoline. It’s not a lifestyle we could have in New York.”

“I wanted the home to be a place where family and friends felt they could drop by. “Here I always have people staying with me. I like that people know that they can come by and just hang out,” she explains. “They can make themselves at home.”

Built in 1960, the property boasts a wraparound verandah and light, open spaces inside. She says she wanted something relaxed — and something that reminded her of her childhood in Australia.

She  likes to make sure her house is in order — literally and figuratively. “I’ve had the house feng-shuied, I’ve had it blessed, I’ve had it doused, I’ve had it checked for electromagnetic fields, I ‘sage’ all the time,” she confides with a smile, kicking back in a hammock on the deck of her light-filled three-bedroom Malibu home.

She also had her ‘Hampshire’ bath installed in her bedroom. “For me, the bedroom should be a romantic and luxurious space,” she explains,“so integrating a freestanding bathtub with my rose-quartz crystal enabled me to achieve that in a simple way.” The butterfly rug was custom made using 100 per cent natural materials.

{Pics: Vogue Living}

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