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You'll Never Guess What Star Called This Malibu Pad Home

Mar 13 2014 - 4:02am

With contemporary details, a breezy floor plan, and minimalist decor, it's hard to believe that this Malibu pad is actually owned by Pamela Anderson [1]. Yes, the blonde known for being over the top is the woman behind the 2,700-square-foot beach house — well, sort of. After a multimillion-dollar home renovation, Anderson now leases the house at a (cough cough) $27,500 a month price tag. Although only a few can afford to ring in Spring the Baywatch way, we're still inspired by the eco-friendly details that epitomize the idea of California living.

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In this open layout, the floating staircase becomes the focal point of the main floor.

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A closer look at the master bath; the combination of tile and woodwork is exceptional.

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With six custom lounge chairs, the backyard is ideal for relaxing.

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The open shelving and casual bar chairs give the kitchen a modern, beachy vibe.

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With attention on the outdoors (and for good reason), seats reminiscent of lounge chairs face outside.

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A slate-colored fireplace keeps with the home's natural textures and minimalist look.

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Another view of the home's open floor plan leading onto the deck.

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Keeping with the home's open layout, the canopy bed is neighbored with a large soak tub.

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A small seating area divided by an open wall creates a substitute living room.

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Woodwork that seamlessly continues into the backyard creates an open flow — ideal for Malibu living.

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A retractable window opening up to the upper deck allows for the seamless transition to the outdoors.

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An overall view of the backyard gives you a sense of just how perfect the home is for entertaining.

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