If the home is a reflection of one’s state of mind, we would love to know what that means for Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis. Thankfully, we can now get a peek because the duo decided to show off their Los Angeles property, also known as Kuky Farms, to Architectural Digest.
These two clearly have an eye for interior decorating. “We wanted the house to look like an old barn, something that had been here for decades, that was then converted into a house. But it also had to feel modern and relevant,” Kutcher explained to the outlet. Architectural Digest shared a photo of the two with their home on Instagram and it’s rather beautiful.
The house is rather eccentric, serving as a culmination of a project that has been in the making for five years now. “When we looked at each other’s boards, 90 percent of the images we selected were the same, and most of the houses we pinned were designed by Howard [Backen],” Kutcher continued.
Their photographer, @douglasfriedman, revealed more photos of their space on Instagram.
For the couple, sustainability and regenerative farming were primary areas of focus. That’s why they made sure to dig a well and used photovoltaics to power things.
The traditional farmhouse idea appealed to them but that’s not all that they wanted. Kutcher and Kunis wanted to make sure that the home had plenty of modern and luxury touches, as well. The 10-foot long crystal chandelier in the living room is a major example of that. Kutcher is responsible for this one, as he had the decor commissioned during a recent trip to India.
“We thought it would be funny to have this incredibly opulent thing hanging in a barn. It kind of takes the piss out of the property,” Kunis revealed to Architectural Digest. Mila also insisted that the home is not an estate.
Their architect shared photos of the property on Instagram, saying, “Congratulations to the Backen and Gillam team. We made the June cover of @archdigest for Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis sustainable LA farmhouse.”
You can see their full interview and photos in their interview with Architectural Digest.SKM: below-content placeholder