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Bitchin' Digs Design & Real Estate.  Commercial Design, Residential Design, Real Estate.
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A "Multi-million dollar mobile home"  for PHOTO SHOOTS in Malibu, CA, with a 180 degree unobstructed view of Zuma Beach and the mountains.  It was the front cover, above the fold of the Labor Day Edition of the Los Angeles Times Weekend!  And also featured as a second story in the LA Times, where the home was dubbed the third most popular home of 2017.


Bitchin’ Digs tore the bulk of the "trailer" down and with our incredible client, designed what we affectionately refer to as "Trailer Villa"...a mix of incredible raw materials, copious custom features (including an electronic window to the master shower from the Kitchen, simply to show off a floor-to-ceiling backlit piece of onyx, a hanging Moroccan bed, a custom painted Moroccan ceiling and the majority of the furniture is also custom designed by us!). 


Endless possibilities for Photo Shoots and Events!


The LA Times Front Cover Feature:


The LA Times 2017 Most Popular Homes:

  • Gorgeous villa with a 180 degree view of Zuma Beach and the mountains.

  • Four themed bedrooms: ​​

    • The White Bedroom (dual master bedroom with ocean view).

    • The Grotto (dual master bedroom with ocean view).

    • The Moroccan Room (bedroom with a hanging bed).

    • The Craftsman Room (bedroom with a handcrafted mahogany ceiling).

  • Three themed bathrooms: ​​

    • The Moroccan Bathroom (including a steam shower).

    • The Craftsman Bathroom (including a "viber-acoustics tub" which vibrates to the sound of music, and a shower with backlit onyx).

    • The Gold Bathroom.

  • Living room (ocean view).

  • Dining room (ocean view).

  • Kitchen (ocean view).

  • Outdoor Patio overlooking the ocean with a cedar tub, foot bath and outdoor shower in the "sunken garden".

  • Custom designed furniture and decor throughout the house.

  • Thirteen skylights throughout the house.

  • High tech features (speakers throughout the house, etc...).

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For more information, a full list of features & amenities, pricing and availability, please contact Bitchin’ Digs – or 1-866-DIGS-888.

Welcome, friend! Photo by Chad Z. King, Bird’s Eye Photography

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Kitchen View (checkout that backlit onyx backsplash!)

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We used a white color palate throughout the house, so your eye goes directly to the blue ocean and green mountains. Photo by Kaylie James Wilson Photography

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This spot is the perfect place to curl up next to the fire and read a book or open the shutters up (to reveal the TV) for a cozy movie night. The couch was custom designed for comfort (down pillows and cushions) and beauty. Ahhh....

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The Moroccan Bedroom! The hanging bed rocks you to sleep (rock-a-bye-baby...wait...there is no time for napping. Don't you want to see the rest of the house?!) The ceiling above the bed was hand painted with our design suggestions in Morocco. Placement of the windows were designed to hide the driveway. Three custom nooks are the perfect place for flowers to add pops of color. Photo by Chad Z. King, Bird’s Eye Photography

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The sunken garden and outdoor shower. If you have never taken an outdoor shower you must! It's an incredible experience with the sun shining through the warm drops of water, the sea air and ocean view. Photo by Chad Z. King, Bird’s Eye Photography

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The owner prefers natural elements, hence the choices of stone, crystals, greenery and wood that you will see throughout the house. The master bedroom looks out onto the "sunken garden", outdoor shower & patio. The view to the right past the sunken garden feels like Tuscany, with the mountains and vineyards. And to the left, the beautiful blue Pacific. We opened up as much of the wall as possible for the view, through windows and folding clear glass doors.

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The "Bronze Bathroom". Those light pendants were custom made in Germany. Gold paint, gold tile and gold sink. Travertine walls and floor and a skylight. (Note: The bathroom mirror which was custom ordered had not arrived yet when this photo was taken).

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The kitchen sink looking into the rain shower (with a skylight above it). Check out that moss over the kitchen light pendants. Photo by Kaylie James Wilson Photography

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