Calvin Klein’s pared back Miami beach home

We never get tired of seeing inside our favourite designers’ homes, particularly when they lead notoriously private lives. With Calvin Klein’s Miami beach home going on the market, we have the rare opportunity to see where this world-famous designer spends his down time.

The home, built in 1929, sits on a 16,709 square foot lot and features an infinity pool, European artwork, a courtyard, five bedrooms and five ensuites (just imagine!), plus two additional bathrooms.

The property is worth $16 million, with the interior designed by Axel Vervoordt. The home has a very clean and elegant white palette, which is offset with dark timbers and vibrant greenery both inside and visible from almost every window.

Sometimes, spaces with minimal styling can feel cold and uninviting. Yet, Calvin Klein’s home is the perfect example of pared back design which exudes warmth and relaxed, holiday vibes.

Take a look… 

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Images from here.