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As if you needed another excuse to visit Malibu, Native beckons as a stylish getaway with a storied past. Rooms start at $400 a night.
Early 20th-century accessories such as Italian desk stools and ice boxes keep the feel retro-chic, while custom robes made from African fabric and Native’s own all-natural toiletries add idiosyncratic touches.
Constructed in 1909, the building was named for its original occupants, The Free Methodist Publishing House, before it became the Museum of Holography, and was bought by the new owners in 2012. They tapped Nushu Architecture and contractor Vero Design + Build for a renovation of the structure to include 11 bedrooms, a capacious communal area, a kitchen, and a fully-equipped lounge.
For the interiors, Nicole Alexander of Siren Betty Design combined a colorful palette with an impressive collection of vintage pieces, which was assembled over a two-year scavenging period at flea markets around the country. She mixed restored finds—like a buffet refinished in teal automotive paint—with original art, Persian rugs, and in the communal room, a brass chandelier fabricated by the local Wayward Machine Company.
Monochrome coverlets crafted at a Midwestern mill bedeck the beds. Taking inspiration from Bauhaus textiles, the design was conceived by the Los Angeles-based design shop RTH.
The top-floor bar Waydown features panoramic skyline views of the Chicago Loop.
Each room comes with a unique piece of art on letterhead stationery that's painted or hand-drawn by a student at the Chicago Art Institute.
Built-in concrete shelves in one of the guest bedrooms.
Kiri wood walls help keep the bedroom cool.
From the master bedroom, the owners can look out to a lake that's part of the golf course.
A guest bedroom that's partially submerged in the dunes.
It’s hard to take your eyes and mind off the Statue of Liberty, considering the current political landscape, but there’s also a bird's-eye view of the park’s voluminous tree tops. We forced ourselves to leave the comfort of our room and wander in Brooklyn Bridge Park, where we discovered Anish Kapoor’s public art installation titled Descension. The artwork is a thing of great beauty and strength that took our minds right back to political chaos. But we kept walking until we found Jane’s Carousel and witnessed a diverse sea of beaming toddler faces going around and around on brilliant and fantastic animals—a hope-restoring site.
Beckmann and Trowbridge have recently expanded The Lautner to create The Lautner Compound, which includes The Lautner, The Park—a 10,000-square-foot open-air event space—and a newly acquired 1957 Californian bungalow called The Ranch House. All the buildings and facilities on the compound were masterfully restored and furnished to reflect the spirit of Lautner.
The main bedroom has a generous closet and outdoor access.
The smaller bedroom is tucked behind a partition for privacy.
The master suite captures Neutra’s original vision, with a generous walk-in island closet and a terrazzo bath with sunken tub, steam shower, and dual vanity.
Wardrobe, door, TV unit
Master bedroom
Rates for the Harrison House start at $950 per night, which includes an in-person concierge service and hotel-quality standards, including fresh linens and toiletries. You can book the Harrison House here.
Two beds in the dormitory on the upper level.
The smaller volume houses the two bedrooms.
Rammed earth, brick and wood give the bedroom a warm, rustic atmosphere.
A raised platform allows for understairs storage.
One of the bedrooms that looks out to the tree tops.
The raised bed platform create an interesting stepped topography in the bedroom.
The hotel even offers packaged deals and day excursions, including surfing and rock climbing, as well as wine tastings.
One of the two bedrooms on the ground floor.
Bedding by Society Linen with a striped throw by Tenfold from The Line, and a vintage embroidered textile pillows.
A bedroom looks out to stunning coastal views.
Master Bedroom
Floor-to-ceiling windows ensure natural lighting to help keep the interiors bright.
One of the two bedrooms with ensuite bathrooms.
One of the other bedrooms.
The master bedroom has a fireplace perfect for cool evenings.
A bedroom that looks out to gorgeous canyon views.
The master bedroom has a bathroom with a spa-tub.
The master bedroom, with calming grey paintwork and welsh blanket and cushions by Melin Tregwynt.
A set of Ikea Malm dressers maximise storage in the master bedroom, with a reclaimed timber dresser top adding warmth and character.  The bedside table is vintage Danish teak.
The calming grey colour scheme continues in the guest bedroom. Cushions by Eleanor Pritchard.
Modern string shelving contrasts with a vintage rosewood dresser in the guest bedroom. A cork lampshade sourced from Etsy adds warmth and texture.
Master Bedroom
Detail of Guest Bedroom
Detail of Guest Bedroom
Guest Bedroom
A fully glazed wall in the bedroom that looks down to the ground level.
Every room of the house is light, bright, and comfortable to be in.
To minimize waste and reuse workable infrastructure, Aparium kept the original wood beams and steel pipes throughout The Iron Horse. Locally-produced textiles and artwork were also added to provide decorative accents in the rooms.

Perhaps the room that most reflects our personality is the bedroom. It's an extension of ourselves, and there are endless opportunities to personalize, decorate, and reconfigure it to better express our individual tastes. These modern bedrooms are furnished with well-designed beds, dressers, night stands, chairs, wardrobes, and storage options—and exhibit trends in lighting and flooring.

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