Ever wonder what the homes of multi upon multi millionaires, The Smith’s, look like? Well here’s the first ever look at just one of thier humble abodes–their ultra fab Malibu escape.
Will & Jada let Architectural Digest into their gigantic (it’s 25,000 sq. feet!) luxe pad. Read on for the sick views Willow, Jaden, Trey and their parents get to wake up to in the morn….
They’re called the First Fam of Black Hollywood for a reason. Will & Jada are giving us a peek into their insanely gorgeous Malibu home in the upcoming new issue of Architectural Digest magazine. It took 7 years to build & create and they moved in 7 years ago. But it’s their first time showing such intimate pics, and they don’t disappoint.
The power couple graces the cover–with Jada in a hot Lanvin dress–in their open air, 3 wall plush living room. And inside, they pose with their whole fam of superstar kiddies–including Trey, Smith’s son from his first marriage, 18; Jaden, 13; and Willow, 10.
Then they showcase the impeccably decorated (the nature moved inside relaxing feel I love) rooms inside their Mediterranean adobe style home, designed by architect Stephen Samuelson, with interiors by Judith Lance.
What all does this 9-bedroom circular designed pad (Will said it represents “an infinite cycle that represented what Jada and I hoped for our love”) have that makes you want Will & Jada to adopt you? A meditation room, a recording studio (where Willow recorded her hit song “Whip My Hair”), a huge pasture and lake with a gazebo, basketball and tennis courts, three golf holes, a mix of Persian, Moroccan, Spanish, and Southwest American cultures, and much more.
The living room includes a 1930s copper lantern from Downtown, columns wrapped in jute rope, a pair of ’60s Brazilian rosewood chairs (at left) from Noho Modern, custom-made lounge seating (at right) upholstered in a Rose Tarlow leather, wing chairs covered in kilims and leather, and a beige silk area rug by Hokanson. Oh, and they have full views of the mountains.
A bedroom terrace.
Will calls the lake gazebo his favorite spot saying, “Answers come to me out there.”