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Living Room: The Celebrity Way

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.

I have shared decoration of home interior of different celebrities and fashions designers in my previous posts. Today I am going to share another thing that the fans love to follow (in fact, should follow) the celebrities for- interior decoration of their living room. From casual to contemporary, off-beat to opulent, celebrity living rooms don’t just dazzle— they give us an exclusive peek at each star’s personal style.

Let’s take a look at what makes those living rooms so special and desirable- through the following pictures:

#1 Ben Stiller‘s Hollywood Home

ben stiller's hollywood home-living room the celebrity way-sohelee

ben stiller’s hollywood home-living room the celebrity way-sohelee

In the Hollywood Hills home of actors Ben Stiller and Christine Taylor, Spanish Revival style gets a welcome update with Dunbar-style velvet sofas by Wyeth and a Scandinavian light fixture by Poul Henningsen. A collection of photographs by Hiroshi Sugimoto and Matthew Barney are displayed on the picture ledges.

#2 Candace Bushnell‘s Manhattan Apartment

candace bushnell's manhattan apartment-living room the celebrity way-sohelee

candace bushnell’s manhattan apartment-living room the celebrity way-sohelee

With high ceilings, arched windows, and a striking painting by Caio Fonseca, Sex and the City author Candace Bushnell’s Manhattan living room is as stylish and lively as the world portrayed in her books. A Louis XVI sofa purchased from Christie’s in the ’80s, a 19th-century tufted settee, and Moroccan poufs from John Derian Co. make an eclectic seating arrangement. The room is ready for entertaining with a bar and a mini fridge–stocked with champagne–tucked in a cabinet in a corner.

#3 Sarah Jessica Parker‘s Bridgehampton Home

sarah jessica parker's bridgehampton home-living room the celebrity way-sohelee

sarah jessica parker’s bridgehampton home-living room the celebrity way-sohelee

In actress Sarah Jessica Parker’s Bridgehampton, New York, living room, cozy furnishings and graphic fabrics stand out against walls coated in Benjamin Moore Super White. The Lack Parsons-style tables by IKEA were lacquered a glossy white, the sofa is slipcovered in sturdy brown denim, and a polished-chrome Fluted Column lamp is by Ralph Lauren Home.

#4 Donatella Versace‘s Milan Home

donatella versace's milan home-living room the celebrity way-sohelee

donatella versace’s milan home-living room the celebrity way-sohelee

With a rich golden palette, intricate coffered ceilings, and geometric floor tiles, Donatella Versace’s living room in Milan is anything but minimalist. A pair of massive Empire-style urns flank a painting from the school of Panini, and the graphic sofas are from the Versace Home Collection.

#5 Julianne Moore‘s West Village Loft

julianne moore's west village loft-living room the celebrity way-sohelee

julianne moore’s west village loft-living room the celebrity way-sohelee

Actress Julianne Moore’s West Village loft is modern comfort at its best. A neutral palette of brown and cream gives the star’s home a calm, no-frills vibe. Vintage L-shaped sofas by Vladimir Kagan and a leather armchair from Furniture Co. provide ample seating, while driftwood table lamps add a rustic touch. The light-filled space also has killer views of the Hudson River.

#6 Cindy Crawford and Rande Gerber’s Malibu Home

cindy crawford and rande gerber’s malibu home-living room the celebrity way-sohelee

cindy crawford and rande gerber’s malibu home-living room the celebrity way-sohelee

With oversized windows and relaxed furnishings, the living room in Cindy Crawford and Rande Gerber’s Malibu, California, home, is an inviting retreat. Custom-made teak sofas upholstered in a Jim Thompson silk flank a pair of Charles Jacobsen tables, and a photograph of the model, taken by Herb Ritts, hangs above the fireplace.

#7 Rob Morrow and Debbon Ayer’s Manhattan Home

rob morrow and debbon ayer's manhattan home-living room the celebrity way-sohelee

rob morrow and debbon ayer’s manhattan home-living room the celebrity way-sohelee

Though sparsely decorated, the Manhattan living room of actors Rob Morrow and Debbon Ayer welcomes with a warm palette and a variety of textures. Center-cut pine floors are covered in a Tibetan-wool carpet by Odegard; the curtains are made of a Bergamo wool sateen, and organically shaped armchairs by B&B Italia lend character to the space.

#8 Aerin Lauder‘s East Hampton Home

aerin lauder's east hampton home-living room the celebrity way-sohelee

aerin lauder’s east hampton home-living room the celebrity way-sohelee

Effortlessly chic, the East Hamptons living room of Estée Lauder global creative director Aerin Lauder features a collection of her visionary grandmother’s blue-and-white Chinese porcelain, set off against romantic lavender walls painted in a custom mix by Donald Kaufman Color. The sofa and slipper chairs are covered in Brunschwig & Fils fabrics.

#9 John Mayer‘s New York City Apartment

john mayer's new york city apartment-living room the celebrity way-sohelee

john mayer’s new york city apartment-living room the celebrity way-sohelee

John Mayer’s spare New York space is made for hosting friends. The living room features furnishings by Armani/Casa, including a Grembo sofa—which is deep enough to double as a twin bed—curved lamps, and a smart cocktail table. Velvet pillows from ABC Carpet & Home and a stool made of woven water hyacinth from Apartment 48 add welcome texture.

#10 George Stephanopoulos‘s Washington D.C. Home

george stephanopoulos's washington d.c. home-living room the celebrity way-sohelee

george stephanopoulos’s washington d.c. home-living room the celebrity way-sohelee

Well-displayed curiosities add a beachy vibe to the Washington, D.C., home of actress-writer Alexandra Wentworth and news anchor George Stephanopoulos. Two inset bookcases, filled with ceramics, seashells, and mercury glass, flank a painting by Loren MacIver. Wentworth used fabric dye to add a whimsical pattern to the wool-sisal rug.

#11 Lindsey Buckingham‘s Los Angeles Home

lindsey buckingham's los angeles home-living room the celebrity way-sohelee

lindsey buckingham’s los angeles home-living room the celebrity way-sohelee

Fleetwood Mac musician Lindsey Buckingham, and his wife, Kristen, created a space full of bohemian flair in their Norman-style Los Angeles home. The centerpiece of the living room is a custom-made sofa upholstered in an intricate Brunschwig & Fils fabric. An impressive pop art collection, including pieces by James Rosenquist and Jasper Johns, covers the main wall.

#12 Jessica Stam‘s Manhattan Apartment

jessica stam's manhattan apartment-living room the celebrity way-sohelee

jessica stam’s manhattan apartment-living room the celebrity way-sohelee

Cover girl Jessica Stam commissioned designer Rafael de Cárdenas to create a Manhattan apartment to please even the most fashionable trendsetter. The living room has a jewel-toned palette of purples, pinks, and metallics. The 1950s armchairs are upholstered in Donghia cotton, the vintage sofa is from eBay, and the custom-made rug is by Stark Carpet.

#13 Jonathon Adler’s Palm Beach Condo

jonathon adler's palm beach condo-living room the celebrity way-sohelee

jonathon adler’s palm beach condo-living room the celebrity way-sohelee

The Palm Beach, Florida, condo of designer Jonathan Adler and Barneys New York creative director Simon Doonan sports updated ’70s style. Adler designed many of the furnishings, including the grass-green geometric rug, the spunky sofa and throw pillow, and the streamlined pair of brown-lacquer side tables.

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This entry was published on November 28, 2013 at 7:58 am. It’s filed under The Interiors and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post.

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