We'd argue that the best word to describe actress Diane Keaton is iconic, and her Sullivan Canyon home certainly follows suit. As Wine Spectator reports, the actress custom-designed the industrial-style, open-concept home herself, staying true to her timeless, gender-bending aesthetic that we all know and love.
Believe it or not, Keaton drew inspiration from the childhood fable The Three Little Pigs when designing her burnt-red brick home. After reading about the third little pig's indestructible brick home as a child, she "knew I was going to live in a brick house when I grew up," she told the magazine.
Keaton's dream abode was also influenced by New York's San Remo building, a 1930s Beaux-Arts landmark, where she lived following the success of Annie Hall in the 1970s. "It was one of those remarkable apartments," she recalls. "There was a window on every side. Everything was wide open. That was the beginning of my true interest in architecture." Step inside Keaton's stunning rustic-industrial home below.
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