Although it was kind of a small movie, the house where they filmed The Kids Are All Right made a big impression.
Since the day it hit theaters, readers have been asking me to feature it.
I’m excited to finally have some info about the house it was filmed in, along with photos of how it looks today to share with you. Take a look!
The House from “The Kids Are All Right”
The movie starring Mark Ruffalo, Annette Bening, and Julianne Moore,
was filmed on location at this house in California.
In the July ’14 issue of Better Homes and Gardens, they featured the house and mentioned that The Kids Are All Right was filmed in it.
The house was built in 1941.
When homeowners Kevin and Susan needed more space for their family, they told BH&G that they decided to remodel instead of moving.
The result is a mix of old and new design.
Jules and Nic have a pretty lavender bedroom in the movie…
The master bath has an unusual wood tub surround that looks very nautical:
My favorite room was probably the kitchen.
The homeowners say they were going for a mix of modern with cottage style with details like the concrete countertops next to butcher block:
Pick up the July ’14 issue of Better Homes and Gardens
to read the article by Candace Ord Manroe and photos by David Tsay.
I love California! I love Mark Ruffalo (ruff! ruff!)
Luciane at HomeBunch.com says
How are you doing? Haven’t talked to you in a while! Hope you’re having a great summer so far! 🙂
I’m loving this house… especially that kitchen! It’s full of personality!
Have a Blessed week, my friend!
Luciane at HomeBunch.com
Kelly - Talk of the House says
I am amazed how much they DIDN’T change. It seems that the homes in movies usually don’t look like the real houses that they start from. So this is pretty cool! I am looking forward to see Mark Ruffalo in Begin Again sometime soon.
Pretty house. I am so over the giant industrial lights over the island trend. Time for something new.
Funny, I have never seen this movie before but rented the DVD just a couple of days ago – I haven’t had a chance to watch it yet, but am now looking forward to it just to check out the house!
I was just watching this movie this week and was wondering if it was a movie house that you had covered. Lo and behold, the next morning a post pops up about it. I love the craftsman’s style of the home and all of the built in bookshelves in the main living space.
Can anyone (pretty please) tell me where the light fixtures that hang over the kitchen island are from?
Thanks in advance!