Inside Terry and Heather Dubrow's 22,000-Square-Foot Orange County Mansion

Updated 10/19/18

Welcome to the house that reality television built. Terry and Heather Dubrow, of E!'s Botched and Bravo's The Real Housewives of Orange County, respectively, have graciously invited Architectural Digest into their 22,000-square-foot Orange County home, fondly known as the "Dubrow Chateau."

Considering modesty isn't exactly the couple's forté, the home is just as over the top as you'd expect. A towel-warming drawer, a pinball machine hallway, a 21-seat movie theater, a home gym, a champagne wall in the dining room, and an actual champagne button in Heather's master bedroom closet, which sounds a bell in the kitchen when pressed, are just a few of the luxurious amenities.

"It's like Kelly Wearstler threw up in the house. I love her. I love her design style," said Heather, who decorated the entire home herself, opting for a completely neutral color palette and plenty of materials and textures, like stone, leather, and wood. "We've honestly never lived anywhere longer than three years. But I think this is the first house we've been in that feels like our true home.” Step inside the famed Dubrow Estate below.

Heather Dubrow Home
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Heather Dubrow Home Tour
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Terry & Heather Dubrow Home
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Terry & Heather Dubrow Home Tour
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