It's clear Gray Malin has an eye for composition. We're not just referring to the artist's mesmerizing aerial photographs—from the first glance at Malin's stunning kitchen reveal, it's obvious his knack for design extends to the home, too.
When Malin purchased his gorgeous 4600-square-foot home in West Hollywood, he chose to start the decoration process with the kitchen, the "heart of the home." Describing the house as full of East Coast character in a West Coast location, he set about infusing it with his signature style: serene colors, coastal textures, and thoughtful curios all feature. Take an exclusive first peek inside Gray Malin's kitchen reveal—yes, this is what dreams are made of.
Props to Malin—the artist styled the kitchen space solo, without the input of an interior designer.
Thankfully, he didn't have to renovate the kitchen when he moved into the West Hollywood home. The elegant sage-colored cabinets and marble countertops formed the perfect backdrop for blue accessories.
Wisteria Handpainted Chinese Bud Vases ($49)
The space is perfect for entertaining, with the dining table positioned within reach of the open-plan kitchen.
A console is the perfect setting to create a bar area, complete with a champagne bucket, decanter, and whiskey glasses.
Malin's dog, Stella, was also included in the thoughtful design with her own luxury bowls from Dylan Kendall.
Dylan Kendall Ceramic Dog Bowl on Paws ($18)
Blue-and-white pots from Wisteria feature throughout the kitchen, from the countertop and windowsill to display cabinets.
Artwork from Malin's Bon Voyage series gives the kitchen character.
Gray Malin The City Girl ($249)
A unique brass faucet and brushed brass drawer pulls add warmth to the white-and-blue room.