Our Favorite Celebrity Rooms of All Time
Aspirational, masterfully curated, and styled to perfection, celebrity homes never run short on drama. We've rounded up our most beloved spaces belonging to marquee names and world-renowned tastemakers alike. These sublime dwellings run the gamut from refined and traditional to lavishly eclectic. Keep scrolling to see which rooms we're coveting most of all.
Diane Keaton’s Pacific Palisades sitting room features a mélange of masculine, industrial cool and laid-back antiques. The clever composition of androgynous, muted tones; strong neutral color palette; and evocative art make the dwelling as complex and intriguing as the actress herself. It is the very model of intelligent chic.
Designed by Kelly Wearstler, Cameron Diaz’s Manhattan apartment is a striking jewel box of femininity and iconic drama. We especially love the soft hues and lush materiality highlighted by warm bronze and clean architectural detailing. Wearstler’s signature raw and refined look effectively blends sunny California soul with East Coast sophistication.
Courteney Cox’s chic Malibu master bathroom, designed by Trip Haenisch, is perfectly edited and sublimely relaxed. We love the unexpected use of velvet in the vanity area. The luxurious, feminine allure provides the counterpoint to handsome architectural detailing.
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We could wax poetic for days on end about the divinely chic Jenni Kayne’s lush Beverly Hills abode. The restrained color palette of the bedroom couples flawlessly with heirloom woods and dramatic statement art. In fact, every room of the family-centric retreat is a complete dream.
We love it when Kelly Wearstler throws things into neutral. The designer known for her virtuosic eye for color cuts just as striking a figure via muted blond-on-blond tones. Her Malibu family retreat is a deft mix of iconic black and white against sandy hued woods. The dining room highlights the merits of an architectural statement chair in spades.
Diane von Furstenberg is routinely perched at the top of our list for just about anything. The designer’s über-fashionable Manhattan penthouse is no exception, playing host to a wild collection of Franz West chairs and enviable art. A snow leopard–print carpet has never made so much sense.
Flush with welcoming and winsome personality, Jessica Alba’s guesthouse, designed by Consort Design, has us majorly crushing. The sky blue–on-red color story, elegantly accented by punctuations of high-contrast black and white, feels equal parts refined and playful. It is the perfect combination for entertaining company.
Full of moody elegance, important vintage, and contemporary cool, the Greenwich Village loft of Coldplay’s Johnny Buckland is a master class on how to execute family-friendly chic. Pieces are sturdy and elevated without being overly precious. The vibrant combination of historic detail with salvaged antique and modern and bespoke pieces is inspired and undeniably slick.
Choosing a favorite among Ellen DeGeneres and Portia de Rossi’s storied portfolio of impeccably turned-out haunts is a Sisyphean task. The kitchen of the couple's Beverly Hills estate remains one of our standout favorites in the repertoire. From the rustic floors and reclaimed teak details to the bespoke glass display case aloft the island bar, it proves drama can be understated and wildly comfortable.
Designed by Kishani Perera, Michael C. Hall’s Spanish-style revival dining room is a soulful blend of masculine cool and powerful vintage. Classic and adeptly edited, the complementary hues of cognac leather and washed-out blue feels ruggedly handsome and distinguished.
Nothing says high fashion in a space like a truly remarkable statement chair. Peter Som's unexpected pairing of Peter Traag’s Mummy Chair with an antique 1940s desk in the designer’s New York apartment is painfully chic. This clever confluence of seemingly disparate ideas makes rule breaking a wild success.
Nathan Followill and Jessie Baylin’s Nashville library is a hideaway we imagine to be the perfect retreat for curling up with a great book and some killer vinyl. All wall-to-wall warm woods, comfortable materiality, and thoughtful detail, it is dishing out a heavy dose of modern soul.
Traditional Southern charm doesn't get any better than Reese Witherspoon’s soaring Ojai, California, living room. The family hideaway is full of beautiful, distinctive antiques and fresh, contemporary accents. It is our muse for pulling off warm, relaxed, kid-friendly style.
Mario Testino’s dramatic Los Angeles escape is flush with iconic, well-traveled accoutrement. Marrakech rugs, Peruvian pottery, and modern minimalism manage to flawlessly come together under one roof. Everything from velvet barrel-back Milo Baughman club chairs to a couture-clad model casually descending the staircase feels completely at ease in this artful and eclectic abode.
We can only assume this to be the most glamorous tequila sipping deck situation in the history of earth. George Clooney’s Mexican patio is, naturally, adjacent to the home of best friend and business partner Rande Gerber (and wife Cindy Crawford). The duo’s tequila brand, Casamigos, surely enjoys a celebrated presence at this dreamy paradise. As for the tequila itself, it’s Clooney smooth.
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