Celebrities are idols for people all around the world- the way they look, the way they do their dress-up, the jewelries they wear, their vacationing style, their fitness regimen, their skin care regimen- everything is followed by thousands of fans all around the world. Today I am going to share another thing that the fans love to follow (in fact, should follow) the celebrities for- interior decoration of home.
# 1 Living Room
The living room of the home that actress Ellen Pompeo shares with her husband, Chris Ivery, and their daughter, Stella Luna, includes furnishings both old and new—a vintage dhurrie underfoot and a custom-made sofa by designer Martyn Lawrence-Bullard, who decorated the house.
Mediterranean touches abound in the living room, including Moroccan-style arches framing the staircase and breezy cotton textiles used for the pillows.
The living room chairs were left by the previous owners, and a petrified-wood block from DAO Home serves as a side table.
In the den, the sectional and the ottoman, which are covered in a linen by C&C Milano and an Edelman leather, respectively, and the upholstered screens are all by Martyn Lawrence-Bullard; the woven-sea-grass stools are by ABC Carpet & Home.
Ellen Pompeo plays with her toy poodles, Gigi and Valentino, beside the swimming pool at her home in the Hollywood Hills.
Pompeo designed the terraced gardens.
Martyn Lawrence-Bullard designed the sofa by the pool.
The gravel path leads to the garden and pool.
The kitchen features plenty of open shelving, industrial-style stainless-steel appliances, and terra-cotta floor tiles imported from France.
#4 Dining Room
In the dining room, lanterns are suspended above an antique Guatemalan farmhouse table from Dos Gallos; the mirror is by Martyn Lawrence-Bullard, and the subway sign is vintage.
The foyer features a Chinese lamp from Nathan Turner and a Moroccan ottoman.
The master bath features a tub and étagère by Waterworks, an antique Chinese bamboo ladder, and a zinc garden stool; the floor tiles are from Exquisite Surfaces.
In the master bedroom, the antique Egyptian wall hanging and 1950s West African pillows are from Hollywood at Home; the bed is topped with a cashmere blanket by Matteo and an Indian silk-and-wool throw, and the vintage lacquer campaign cabinets and ’60s Moroccan-style brass lamps are from Orange Furniture.
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