The 8,897-square-foot estate is among the most unique properties on Miami island and qualifies as one of the world’s best homes. With its bright, open-plan layout and its panoramic views around the water, this home is a celebration of grandeur and modernity in one of the most exclusive postcodes in South Florida. Known for its luxury and unrivaled party scene, this area is an apt choice for Nayvadius DeMun Wilburn, the rapper who is best known by his stage name, Future. Future is celebrated for his mumble-styled vocals and prolific output that has made him a Grammy award-winning artist. His most famous songs include Mask Off, Life Is Good, and, most recently, I Never Liked You.  While the home’s façade is undeniably impressive, its interiors are equally inspiring. From its mirrored hallway, which fills the space with natural light, to its open-plan living space that sets the bar for sleek room color ideas – there is a lot to learn from this home.  Other white living room ideas come in the shape of neutral-hued soft furnishings, which give the space a ‘color drenched’ feel and create a contrast with the rich blues and greens seen through the glass.  The living space flows into the chef’s kitchen – complete with a marble waterfall island, and custom Ornare cabinetry. Many of the appliances, including the fridge and cooker, are integrated into the glossy cabinetry – creating an ‘invisible kitchen’ aesthetic.  Beyond the conventional kitchen ideas, the home has a full wet bar, a wine fridge, and an outdoor kitchen and dining area, which is ideal for al-fresco dining in the Floridan sun.  Just as the kitchen is a trove of luxury decorating ideas, the seven bedrooms, and eight bathrooms similarly pay homage to Miami Beach glamor. The main suites boast expansive dual closets with reflective glass – spanning the length of the home with a private balcony. Beneath the balcony, the backyard features a pool, spa, summer kitchen, and dining area that is soaked in the southeastern sun. The ocean sits just beyond the garden, where there is space to park a yacht because this is Future’s home, after all.  Future joins an increasing number of celebrities who are investing in Miami Beach property. Most recently, Diana Ross purchased a  $15.5 million home on an artificial Venetian Island in Biscayne Bay, while Madonna and Lenny Kravitz also live in the area. Per public record, Dina Goldentayer with Douglas Elliman represented the sellers, while Jordan Karp represented Future in the transaction.