Inside the Manhattan Beach home of Homeira and Arnold Goldstein, artwork is everywhere: overhead and underfoot, hung on walls, set on tables, in bathrooms and walk-in closets, atop banisters and kitchen counters. “I’ve run out of room,” Homeira says. Here she hugs Robert Toll’s steel figure sculpture. Looming in back: Trek Kelly’s oil painting of Abraham Lincoln in drag.
The Goldsteins’ two-story, nearly 10,000-square-foot home resembles a modern gallery. “First-time guests often call us and say, ‘We can’t find your home — there’s just this building on the corner,’ Homeira Goldstein says with a laugh. “It’s definitely not a conventional house. We wanted it to be different — unique.”