Tour the Most Stunning Mobile Home in America

This beautifully-appointed Malibu, California home will knock your socks off.

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Photo By: Jason Travis

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Photo By: Jason Travis

Photo By: Jason Travis

Photo By: Jason Travis

Photo By: Jason Travis

Photo By: Jason Travis

Photo By: Jason Travis

Photo By: Jason Travis

Photo By: Jason Travis

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Photo By: Jason Travis

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A Woman's Best Friend

Model Rachel Roberts and her contractor husband Patrick Stoker live with their son Max and dogs Chief and Cy (named for painter Cy Twombly) and cat Finn in a beautifully appointed trailer in what some have called the most glamorous mobile home park in America; Paradise Cove in Malibu, California. Family mementoes, houseplants accented with crystals, handcrafted pottery and luxe details give their home a unique, comfortable style. "There's definitely a cozy bohemian beach shack vibe happening," says Rachel of their home-by-the-sea. Here Rachel grabs a hat from her collection for a walk with one of the family's two dogs, Chief.

California Dreaming

Rachel, Patrick and baby Max outside their luxe Malibu mobile home. "It's a short walk to the beach," says Rachel. "We are incredibly lucky to live near the ocean...we live closer to the Pacific Coast Highway than the water so we do hear a lot of highway noise on busy days but in the very early hours of the morning we can hear the waves crashing from our bed. That is a dream come true for me."

Rachel, Spinning

"I've tried to keep it very light, airy and incorporate a lot of natural textures and details like plants, rugs, special light fixtures. But then there's also my flea market eclectic huntress soul that is a major part of my interior style," says Rachel. "For example my ceramics, all my mismatched old furniture, art, books and textiles." Rachel and Patrick also boast a significant collection of vintage vinyl which she likes to play in what she calls the home's "funk zone."

The Funk Zone

A record player, vintage vinyl collection and cozy velvet chair make this corner of Rachel's home the perfect place to kick back and relax with a great record. "I've been collecting records since I was a teenager," says Rachel. "I was lucky both of my parents have great music taste. I have learned and continue to learn so much from my dad. He's basically a pop music historian. And my mom has the soul part covered. I listen to a lot of Aretha Franklin, Paul Simon, Beatles, Van Morrison, Neil Young, Otis Redding. Lately a lot of Bruce Springsteen. And then very importantly I have some good hip hop albums when I need to clean house. And when I need to really chill, it's Bon Iver."

Chief and Max

"My favorite spaces are my room, specifically my bed (we call it the throne), the kitchen (lots of cooking and even more cleaning) and then also the funk zone," says Rachel. Rachel says her home is founded on the elements she wants to pass on to her son Max. "That sense of home, safety, comfort and love. I would love to instill values of artistry and organization. I love the idea of my children going out in the world and making their own home with the same thought and care as we have. To appreciate a beautiful, inspired and organized house."

Doggie Downtime

Chief, in a pensive mood.

Bloom Where You're Planted

Rachel and Patrick's home is centered on natural elements like houseplants and a variety of crystals and geodes that Rachel often sources on eBay. "But you have to have the time and energy to search," she notes.

Talented Family Tome

Patrick Stoker's grandmother was a photographer whose book is prominently displayed in his home. "It's beautiful!" says Rachel. "It makes me happy every time it catches my eye."

Shake on That

Many of the elements that make a stylish, livable home are on display here: houseplants, cozy rugs, vintage wood furniture, touches of luxury in fur and velvet and beloved, meaningful objects, in this case, a vintage record collection, crystals, family photographs and all the details that give a space character and charm. Rachel likes to chill in the funk zone "a little corner with a green velvet chair next to the record player and the records where you can't see the TV," she clarifies. "My dad is over a lot and he and my husband are sports lovers so they post up on the couch and watch games while I sit in the funk zone."

Book Collection

Photography books have pride of place in this family's home.

Custom Creativity

Rachel created this gorgeous geode coffee table by sourcing the geode on Craigslist and then having the base custom-made. She found the glass top at a thrift store.

Green Scene

An amaryllis bulb in the perfect glass vase suits the refined, minimalist mood in this Malibu home. "The bulb keeps changing and producing, it's magnificent!" says Rachel. "It's been over a year and it still is doing its thang."

Little Surprises

We love this unexpected (but very on-trend) touch of a crystal tucked into the moss in a houseplant.

Max's Chair

This blond wood highchair coordinates perfectly with the cool wood palette in the rest of the dining room.

Within Reach

In this neat and utilitarian kitchen, the essentials are close at hand, including Rachel's pottery used for daily meals.

Warm and Welcoming Kitchen

Rachel making tea in her family's kitchen. "My husband works really hard all week so we try to spend the weekend with each other and take it easy. We never make plans on the weekend. We like to keep it totally open and spontaneous. We love to cook, drink wine, play records and dance. During the day you will find us on the beach."

A Crafted Collection

Mementoes, thrift store pieces and a collection of beloved objects give Rachel and Patrick's home its warmth and unique style.

#OpenShelvingGoals

Open shelving works beautifully when your tableware is as perfectly coordinated to the overall vibe of your home as this pottery collection is to Rachel and Patrick's.

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