Alicia Keys and her husband present their Dream Land, where they work side by with the interior designer Kelly Behun. Take a closer look at this modern home!
Kasseem Dean and Alicia Keys are the owners of this Dream Land. With the help of Kelly Behun, they transformed this house. Let’s find out!
Most of the time we begin with the interior, now we do it in a different way. On the outside, we can see a razor-thin edge, that defines one of the house’s façade.
Within the interior, we can find here the family dining room. With a custom-made table by Kelly Behun Studio and dining chairs by Home House Co-op.
This may be one of the coolest rooms of Dream Land, where the main star is the artwork painting by Derrick Adams. There is also a Nick Cave sculpture and a Jordan Casteel Painting. In the living room, there’s a sofa from Todd Merril in a kravet velvet.
It is amazing to see how art and painting set the tone of this amazing home. Here we can see a painting by Lauren Pearce and a black and white photo by Sanlé Sory.
This amazing view belongs to the primary bedroom, with Sven Staaf chairs a stone mosaic side table right in the middle.
DREAMLAND WITH PACIFIC OCEAN VIEWS
Now, welcome to the circular living room, with Mathieu Lehanneur sofas and a center table by Malgorzata Bany.
This is a unique space, the garage lounge. It has photographs by Deana Lawson and ebonized-oak cocktail tables by Gal Gaon. Once again art is all around!
If there’s one thing that is certain in this Alicia Keys Home is comfort! This is a library and music room, a comfy and elegant space with José Zanine Caldas chairs, and a unique rug, by Marc Philips.
This is the definition of a powerful photograph, right in the dining room.
Their son Genesis is in the pool terrace playing. Side by side with Carlos Motta Chairs and side table by Vince Skelly.
Last, but not least, a closer look at this part of the family room. This amazing sofa belongs to Todd Merrill studio, in the front a Mauro Mori center table. We can also see a Moroccan rug, by Soufiane Zarib.
Credits to: Architectural Digest