7 Totally Lavish Celebrity Homes

In our own homes, we prefer a laid-back, slightly rustic aesthetic, but that doesn't mean we can't admire -- and gawk over -- truly opulent rooms. Even better if they happen to belong to the famed: we can never turn down some good celeb interior eye candy. Feel the same? Peruse these seven homes and tell us in the comments if you envy any of these lavish spaces. _2 WHO: Sharon and Ozzy Osbourne WHAT: The dining room in the rockstar couple's Los Angeles home, designed by Million Dollar Decorators' Martyn Lawrence Bullard. MOST LAVISH DETAILS: Gilded silver wallpaper, a 19th century French chandelier, and blue silk drapes. _3 WHO: Jonathan Adler and Simon Doonan WHAT: The grand living room in the interior designer and fashion creative's Shelter Island home, designed by Adler. MOST LAVISH DETAILS: Concrete divider columns, brass cocktail tables, and an oversized vintage lamp. _4 WHO: Elton John and David Furnish WHAT: The ocean-facing lounge of the musician and film producer's Beverly Hills home, designed by Million Dollar Decorators' Martyn Lawrence Bullard. MOST LAVISH DETAILS: Mongolian-lamb club chairs, a chincilla throw, and zebra-print rug. _kourt WHO: Kourtney Kardashian and Scott Disick WHAT: The reality TV stars' former Alice in Wonderland-meets-Beetlejuice Calabasas living room, designed by Jeff Andrews. MOST LAVISH DETAILS: Black and white stripe walls, 17 globe-shaped pendants, and a checkered coffee table. _5 WHO: Nanette Lepore WHAT: The fashion designer's dressing room in her West Village, NY Victorian townhouse, designed by Jonathan Adler. MOST LAVISH DETAILS: Mirrored cabinets, a Chinese Art Deco rug, and a custom-made ottoman. _7 WHO: Willow Smith WHAT: The child actress and singer's bedroom in Will and Jada Pinkett Smith's Malibu home. MOST LAVISH DETAILS: A canopied iron four-poster bed, pink and purple fur throw pillows, and a tufted ottoman. _1 WHO: Diane von Furstenberg WHAT: The fashion designer's master suite oasis in her Manhattan penthouse apartment. MOST LAVISH DETAILS: A linen-draped pavilion bed, a clouded sky wall mural, and a faceted sky roof. _6 WHO: Valentino Garavani WHAT: The fashion designer's maximalist winter garden in his Asian-inspired château near Paris. MOST LAVISH DETAILS: English chinoiserie mirrors, marquetry doors, and a botanical tole mirror. Photographs: Roger Davies For Architectural Digest, Floto + Warner for Dwell, Roger Davies for Architectural Digest, Grey Crawford for Jeff Andrews Design, William Waldron for ELLE Decor, Roger Davies for Architectural Digest, Francois Halard for Architectural Digest, Simon Watson for Architectural Digest