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See Inside the Dreamy Master Bedroom in Camille Grammer’s New Malibu Beach House
Now that the renovation is complete, The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills beauty has been hard at work decorating her new home.
Camille Grammer has spent the summer with her husband, David Meyer, and her kids at her beach house in Malibu, and rightly so. The beachfront property is brand-spanking-new, since The Real Housewives of Orange County mom remodeled it from top to bottom.
“I purchased this home over two years [ago] as an investment property," Camille told Home & Design earlier this year. "I always dreamed of having a house on the beach. Since my home was lost in fires, me and my family will move in soon. It will be my home. We are very excited. It was built in the '50s, [and] it was renovated in the '80s. And I’m renovating it now."
Now that the redo is complete, Camille has been hard at work decorating the space — we’ve gotten sneak peaks of the luxe balcony furniture and the chic dining room — and she announced this week that she’s finally finished the master bedroom. The result: A calm, peaceful space for the new couple to retreat to.
With floor-to-ceiling windows and sliders taking up one wall — offering up birds' eye view of the ocean 24/7! — the rest of the space mixes muted gray and cream hues and myriad textures like reclaimed wood, a cowhide carpet, woven baskets, and lots of downy throw blankets.
Seating was clearly a priority for Camille, as she has two loungers on the master’s private balcony and a bench and multiple chairs in the room, probably all meant for taking in the seascape. When one commenter wrote that she’d never leave the bed with that view, Camille responded, “True. I sit on my bed and watch the sea lions swim around the kelp beds. They look like wet puppies.”
Camille also shared that she sourced much of the décor from the Malibu Design Center and that she has a seawall protecting her from water taking over the home. Fingers crossed she gives more sneak peeks of her design choices in the rest of the home!