From George Clooney to Julianne Moore, Inside Our Favorite Celebrity Bedrooms
From the airy Manhattan retreat of Julianne Moore to the eclectic design of Patrick Dempsey’s Malibu space, these are the celebrity bedrooms we constantly swoon over. Scroll on to see where the stars sleep.
The calming master bedroom of this celebrity couple combines warm grays and soft neutrals for a serene environment. Sky-high drapery and a tall case piece emphasize the generous ceiling height of the modern-rustic space.
Classic details like a Chesterfield bed and marble-top chest combine with a variety of textiles to create a warm, welcoming retreat for this Modern Family star.
In the luxurious bedroom of the Grey’s Anatomy star, the brass-and-gemstone table from Kelly Wearstler is a stunning contrast to the lush textures on the grand canopy bed. Antique mirror paneling flanking the bed makes the space even more dramatic.
Tucked in the sunny corner of Catt Sadler’s relaxing retreat, a vintage writing desk and ladder-back chair help ground an otherwise airy space. A mix of neutral textures on the floor and seating bring in a feeling of warmth.
The Hamptons home of this chef and actress incorporates a mix of global textiles for a casual vibe, while the tall natural linen canopy surrounding their bed echoes the mood.
In the Mexican retreat of George Clooney, traditional materials and regional motifs combine to create an authentic vacation retreat.
In the surprisingly tame master bedroom of newlywed Benji Madden, a soft, tufted bed and formal monogrammed sheeting coordinate with a traditional rug, resulting in a classic, timeless design.
A pair of statement sconces makes an impact in the neutral, airy Manhattan home of Julianne Moore. Ivory bedding and simple styling contribute to the relaxed feel.
An unexpected choice for a bedroom palette, the saturated color in Amber Valletta’s bedroom is balanced by the abundance of natural light, bright-white beamed ceiling, and wide-plank flooring.
Designed by our own Estee Stanley, the bedroom of Patrick Dempsey combines rustic wood elements with vintage and antique finds. The result? A layered, intriguing space.
Jessica Alba’s eclectic space features a mix of patterns and textures, referencing the actress’s many global travels. Dark wood details and industrial-influenced nightstands contrast with the softer elements to create a collected look.
In the Mad Men star’s cozy bungalow (only 580-square-feet!), a hanging bed (which can be hoisted to the ceiling) is a space-saving and creative small-home solution.
In the expectedly glamorous bedroom of the fashion editor and Project Runway judge, a textured vintage rug is layered over silk carpeting for a luxurious look. A classic tufted headboard and bust displayed on a pedestal add to the room’s sophisticated feel.
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