Colman Domingo presents us his wonderland home, situated in Southern California. Take a closer look at its mid-century modern home.
Colman Domingo is an award-winning actor, writer, director, producer, and now a professor. He had an important play in Euphoria, but also in Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom. Besides that, he’s going to participate in three more movies this summer, Zola, The God Committee, and Candyman.
Side by side with his career, Colman decided to add something else, decorator. Working with his husband, Raúl Domingo, they were able to find a home for them. A mid-century modern home that is perfectly decorated.
According to Colman, “It felt like Big Bear meets Palms Springs,” “I walked in and said, ‘Oh, this is our home,’.
This house, built-in 1965 by the architect Jules Salkin, is the place where old meets new and they combine so well together.
Fun and Joy is what we can see, not only in this bathroom, but in every place of these home.
Colman and Raúl didn’t have to make several changes in the house. They kept the integrity and personality of the place and that was very important. Every corner of their house is a representation of their stories, their experiences, their lives together.
According to Colman, “There’s something everywhere that reminds you of where you are in history and who did it for you…everything you need to know about me is in my home—you just gotta look, you just gotta ask.”.
Credits: Architectural Digest; Photography: Jenna Peffley