Ryan Kalil and his wife Natalia moved to a modernist home in California, so it is time to discover all the design details about this place.
Ryan Kalil played 13 years in the NFL, but since his retirement, he is now focused on other things. He is now a film and television producer, he and his wife started their foundation for lupus research and for combating homelessness. Besides that, he is the co-founder of Mortal Media.
Now, they moved to an oustanding home in Manhattan Beach, California, so let’s see what secrets this place holds. In order to have everything right in their new home, the couple decided to have inspiration from both coasts. From North Carolina, Pursley Dixon Architecture designed the exterior of the home while L.A.–based Joe Lucas of Lucas Studios, Inc. fitted the interiors.
Ryan Kalil said “We wanted the outdoor space to be in concert with the interiors, and if that meant smaller square footage then we were on board. The architects did a fantastic job with our vision.”
So let us begin with the home design, first with the living room where we can see a natural vibe side by side with natural lighting. Besides that, we can a center table from Lawson Fenning, armchairs from Harbinger, and a large sofa from Colony.
Also in the living room, we can see an antique chandelier from Dorian Caffot de Fawes and, a unique painting from Incollect.
In this room of Ryan Kalil’s Home, we have a kitchen with marble slabs from Marmi Natural Stone. The stools belong to Thomas Hayes.
This is the playroom of Ryan Kalil’s home!
Ryan Kalil and his wife wanted a unique home, that didn’t differ that much from the homes of their neighbors. But, they wanted a place that feel really like home and so they did!
Credits to: Architectural Digest