Ricky Martin’s Beverly Hills home is a modern, vibrant, and warm space that combines simple, neutral elements with splendid bursts of color and shine. With a modern interior design by Nate Berkus, a top interior designer, this expensive home is flawless for two artists, of course, but also for two active and energetic boys, their twin sons Matteo and Valentino.
Nate Berkus is a big name in the design industry and is recognized as one of the best interior designers in the world. He is also an American author with 2 books published, a TV host and television personality. He runs the Chicago interior design firm Nate Berkus Associates and has been a regularly featured guest on The Oprah Winfrey Show, offering modern interior design pieces of advice to viewers, as well as coordinating surprise make-overs for people’s homes. Besides this, he is responsible for building stunning contemporary interior designs projects in celebrities’ house: Ricky Martin’s Beverly Hills Home is one of the greatest examples.
All the house is comfortable and practically decorated, presenting a contemporary design in all the divisions, especially in the luxury bedroom and in the modern living room.
Ricky Martin and his husband enlisted the help of one of the best interior designers, Nate Berkus, to makeover their new home, but said they didn’t want to change too much. In fact, they asked for just the essentials since they would need to move in just two months after closing. According to the singer suggestions, the top interior designer Nate Berkus preferred to get the basics covered, because the couple wanted a relaxed space for all the family. Nate Berkus increased the potential for crafting a vibrant, creative environment for Ricky Martin’s expensive home.
Ricky Martin also ensured they added some sentimental touches to the property, including a desk that has owned for over 20 years: this real piece of furniture works perfectly in dining room décor.
For the accelerated timeline to design Ricky Martin and Jwan Yosef’s new home in Beverly, the place was furnished mostly with iconic 20th-century designs, as well as retail finds. With artwork curated by Yosef, an artist himself, the level of both spirit and taste are through the roof.
The interior designer gave a solid, impartial foundation that the famous couple can cultivate together inside their own home. Creating a luxury design, the main goal of Nate Berkus was to maintain the sense of place all about the future of a family.
By: Marco Costa
Source & Photography: Architectural Digest