Look Inside Interior Designer Kim Gordon’s $4.5M Marina Del Rey Stunner

Interior designers create dream homes for clients all the time, so it’s always intriguing to see how they deck out their own spaces. Lately, quite a few high-profile designers have listed their homes, including Jean-Louis Deniot and LM Pagano, giving a peek at their personal style. Now, Kim Gordon joins that list as her airy Marina del Rey haven just hit the market. Asking $4.488 million, the home is a zen sanctuary that is clean, modern, and soaked in color and charm.

Gordon, a self-described curator of “wellness living”, created a home that is an oasis of openness. Counting 4 bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms within 3,256-square-feet of interior living space, the abode is eternally ready to entertain. An open kitchen, dining, and living area features a 10-foot long island with ample space for sitting, a workspace, and a white-washed fireplace.

For all of the beauty inside, Gordon’s largest accomplishment comes in the form of her chic outdoor spaces. In classic California form, the property is set up for optimal indoor/outdoor living. There’s no trim green lawn with a white picket fence, but instead a series of living spaces so comfortable and so lush with diverse flora that they seem like rooms in and of themselves. Glass sliding doors open onto a stylish covered lounge and fire pit, with a pool and hot tub just behind.

For more information on this tranquil and trendy property, Justin Alexander of Compass has the listing.