Domaine's Favorite Famous Spaces From This Year

Having to pick our favorite famous spaces from the past year was harder than waiting for the new Beyoncé album to download. We've been blessed with meeting some wonderful celebrities in 2013, who have equally wonderful interiors. From the whimsical workplaces of Lauren Conrad and Tori Spelling to the enviable morning routines of Ashley Madekwe and Charlotte Ronson; our friends have style. Indeed, we saw whole homes overflowing with it at those of Molly Sims, Soleil Moon Frye, Lea Michele, Jessica Alba, and Bryan Batt. We're not quite sure which comes first, the fame or the style, but we do know these spaces have more than enough of both to last them for a lifetime. head02
1 SOFT FOCUS: MOLLY SIMS     Balancing comfort and livability with stunning modern accents, the LA-based model and her husband Scott Stuber created a family home that's built to last.
2 JESSICA ALBA: TRUE BELIEVER     The actress and eco-evangelist opens her doors for a home tour that proves style and substance do mix.
3 BRYAN BATT: GENTLEMEN'S QUARTERS     The Mad Men alum and co-owner of New Orleans boutique Hazelnut designs a glamorous hideaway in New Orleans with his partner Tom Cianfichi.
4 QUICK CHANGE: LEA MICHELE     We team up with Glee's leading lady to create a refuge worthy of the spotlight.
5 TASTE FOR THE EXOTIC: SOLEIL MOON FRYE     The actress and her husband Jason Goldberg mix Marakesh-chic with a Californian sensibility in their LA home.
6 JESSICA BIEL DESIGNS A HOLIDAY DREAM ROOM     The talented actress shares her thoughts on what makes the perfect winter home.
7 LAUREN CONRAD'S EXCLUSIVE OFFICE MAKEOVER     We team up with Paper Crown's fashion designer to give her offices a modern, vintage-inspired makeover.
8 TALKING SHOP: TORI SPELLING     The actress gives us a tour of her personally curated decor boutique Inventori.
9 ASHLEY MADEKWE: MY MORNING ROUTINE     How the British actress and fashion blogger starts her day in style.
10 RISE AND SHINE WITH CHARLOTTE RONSON     The young fashion designer reveals how she kicks off each day in her East Village digs.


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Zebra Salt and Pepper Shakers, $19, Furbish Studio Mu Ikat Pillow, $525, Madeline Weinrib George Cocktail Table, $1845, Candelabra
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Barbara Streisand by Nick Yapp, $25, Amazon Bronze Legs Object, $1495, Kelly Wearstler Horse Gallery Tray, $40, Inventori
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Kasbah Pendant Lamps, $519, Kathy Kuo Home Noir Graff Coffee Table, $1248, Layla Grayce Brown Zebra Chair, $2390, Chairish